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Missfire Hello Guys! I have a PONTIAC MONTANA 2000 with 250,000 km. After a normal driving last night I tried to turn on the engine this morning but, was not possible. The battery is OK since it is reacting as it is supposed to. In the instrument panel is not showing smth. anormal. I filled in half the tanker with gas the day before. I realized that ever since is raining hard I will have a problem with my car and last night was one of these nights. Is there smth. related to wet or smth. is going wrong in other areas.

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Replace the ignition cables, check if you have any water around any of the electrical components, or fuse boxes.

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