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I hit water yesterday car stolled discover from coil module a little spark to distributer from distrubetur no sparks to plugs

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Open you distributor cap and dry the water out. it got wet. It's no big, it just happens. A can of distributor cap spray(at your auto parts store), or a can of compressed air(any office store(much cheaper)), will get rid of the water or moisture. hope this helps

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