Question about 1997 Chevy C/K Pickup 2500 Block-It 380 Truck Cab Cover
Just cranking it.
I would suspect bad spark plug wires; they leak worse when damp or wet. Bad coil wire for example, can leak so much that the spark never gets to the distributor.
Generally, I have found that good high voltage (plug/distributor) wiring will even work well with a hose spraying water on them; whereas, bad wiring will cause miss or even a stall.
You can watch the wiring at night and bad wires frequently show up with a glow or spark [stay clear to avoid belts, fans, etc.] I have also run a grounded screwdriver along each wire. However, if one is bad --- replace ALL of them.
Posted on Feb 12, 2015
Well i tell u that i have had cars and trucks that do this! Why i am not sure . Check and make sure that the seal is around the back part of the hood Is not displaced . (above the distributor) If water is leaking directly on to it that could be your problem! Also make sure the cap is good ! Need more info? So let me know if i can help!! good luck
Posted on Dec 18, 2014
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