A few days ago drove my car through a deep puddle and ever since I, sometimes, can't get my car to crank, and when it doesn't, it won't even turn over. I read that it could be moisture in the distributer cap. Does this sound right? How do I get to the distributer cap to dry it out?
Where is distributer cap located? on 2001 Toyota Camry
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