My 1993 GMC Jimmy recently started not starting in and around when we have big rain storms. I replaced the fuel pump a few years ago, and just recently we replaced the ignition coil. The next day it rained, and it wouldn't start. I've also tried stuff to remove water from the fuel and spray-on stuff to dry off wire connections in the engine.
problems with starting on 1993 GMC Jimmy
by mpilon1 in Ann Arbor, MI on June 22, 2009
1 answer 1 comment
ANSWER by racergrl on June 23, 2009
Have you inspected the distributor cap and rotor for corrosion?
COMMENT by mpilon1 on June 26, 2009
Yeah, got the distributor cap and rotor replaced last year.
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