If it's fine then why the problem?
If you mean you keep swapping the same parts following a damp night
then the parts may all be bad. Try some new parts. Or you could wait
until next time and spray the parts with silicone or WD-40 and see if
it starts then. That would prove the theory that the old parts are
picking up moisture and grounding out your spark.
In the end, it sounds like you need new parts, not previously owned
It must be nice to be rich enough to be able to swap out everything,
every time it doesn't start instantly. If it's foggy/damp every night
for a month, that's 30 sets of wires and 240 plugs. Do you get a
discount for buying so many?
If there's moisture condensed on those parts from the "foggy/damp"
nights, then WD40 (Water Displacement formula #40) works great.
And what can cause things to short out? WATER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
not every time it's "damp". after a night of heavy fog the truck wont start.
i burned a starter once because i cranked it too much. we only get heavy fog
maybe 2 times per year.
so, could it be just the coil wire??
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