Question about 1997 Chevrolet Camaro
Change spark plugs and wires make sure no water got into the air fliter.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
I have a '97 and the same thing happened to me. more than likely water is getting in through the lining just below the left wiper(driver's side) and gets to either of the three ignition coils, where the wires coming from the spark plugs meet. you could put a piece of cowhide or other type of resistant material on top of the ignition coils so water won't reach them, or you could also put some silicon on the lining that's intended for that in the first place.
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