recently it has been getting fairly cold and damp with temps ranging from low 30's to upper 40's. the first cold day it had a little bit of trouble getting going but it eventually started. the second day it didnt want to start at all.
i have replaced a worn distributor rotor but not the cap/wire/plugs as of yet and heres why.
i pulle a plug to test for spark after changing the rotor and it had a firm spark.
there was also gas getting to the engine because i could smell it and see it coming from the plug hole when i tested for spark, but whether thats the correct amount of fuel or not i have no clue except that it used to start just fine.
here is a youtube video i took of the problem: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kNYjPecZ6c
have the same problem?
Wednesday, October 14th, 2009 AT 10:42 AM