Question about Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
Check for a wet cap and rotor problem, if that's what you have. Sometimes you can spray the outside with silicon spray to water proof it.
If you have coil packs instead of cap and rotor, this may indicate the need for new spark plug wires.
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