Question about 1995 GMC Safari
Check the distributor cap for cracks etc. You can usually tell it has a crack as there is a "carbon trail" on the inside. If the cap is cracked then it needs to be replaced.
When condensation forms inside the cap due to rain the electrical arc will travel across the water inside the cap instead of going to the spark plug. This is usually the most common culprit.
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Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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