Why Won't My Car Start When It Rains?

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Cars that wont start when it rains are usually caused by moisture in the ignition wires to the spark plugs. Open the distributor cap and spray WD-40 to the contacts. This will keep moisture at bay.
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The most common reason for a car not starting in the rain is found in the spark plugs. Wire insulation can wear thin and this causes the voltage to arc to the metal of the car engine
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There could be many reasons as to why your car won't start. Without having the car in front of me to look at, it would be hard for me to tell you the exact reason why. It may be something
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Because it is wet. It is probably in need of new ignition wires.
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