When it rains, my car will not start for days afterwards? it happened before and i waited a few days and it started, i figured it just dried out? now it has happened again and it has been plenty long...
Hi my name is Tom and I have your answer.
It is either all your plugs are bad, your distributer has a crack in int , or your plug wires are grounding out on the engine. I suggest you call up a friend and have him drive you to the auto parts store and get the following parts:
Distributor, rotor, spark plugs, a good set of high resistance wires. If you do not have any tools, ask the clerk what you will need to do a tune up.
Replace all of these items and you have a car that will start. You may be asking why not replace the cap only. I will bet the Cubs winning the world series that there has not been a tune up for a long time. It is not worth the grieve and aggravation to replace just one part.
Now, if the car does not start I will come to your house and repair the car myself. Let me know how things turn out and if I need to book a flight.
Also, please answerer the question of how helpful I was to your problem. This is the only way I can improve my skills in helping others.
If you need further help pleases call or email me.
Jun 30, 2010 |
2000 Hyundai Sonata