Fine..That removes one possibility, most likely. And, I believe you said
that you had new spark plug cables
I still suspect something in the ignition, but dont recall any sort of
sensor that would be likely to be so
If you have the HEI ignition, I would pull the coil and check it carefully
for arcing. I have seen this happen
a number of times, and it can kill the ignition, some of or all of the time.
Can you replicate the situation with a mist bottle when there is no rain?
If so, can you check your spark
to plugs, maybe using a cheap spark gap plug tester, before and after
misting around the engine compartment.
I know how frustrating this can be. And sometimes the trees obscure the
Does your car have a distributor cap? That;'s another potetial source of the
problem. You can also try buying a can of 'wire drier' at your local car parts
store. When the car starts acting up, spray the part you think might be
causing the problem. If the car starts, then you probably found the source fo
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