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I have a 1996 GMC 1/2 Ton Pickup, 4.3L V6, Auto, 2WD, that cuts out and sometimes won't start. The problem seems to be related to how much it has rained...it just rained several days straight and it was running rough, and today it won't start. This happens every time it rains, and when it's dry for a long time, it's hardly ever a problem.

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It would be something to do without wire harness housings, make sure all wire clusters are waterproofed, wrapped in tape or covered in plastic one or the other, make sure the contacts on your starts are covered up and check for any type of corrosion on all the contacts including spark plugs and distributor, tell me how everything works after doing that and i will help you from there

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