<VV> At work with a delimna
bryan at skiblack.com
Thu Aug 12 10:44:10 EDT 2010
Yes on the moisture, but I generally think of this as an ignition problem - wires/points/cap/rotor/coil. The water makes it easier for the spark to go to ground instead of the plugs.
On Aug 12, 2010, at 8:49 AM, Charles Birchwood wrote:
> So last week, I was coming home driving my '65 Monza coupe; I pulled into
> the neighborhood and the engine died. Started it back up and pulled into the
> drive running extremely rough (been sitting out in the rain a couple days so my
> Dad suggested moisture in the carbs). 2 days later, I took a look at the car,
> started it up and it ran a little rough at first, but was then fine, so I
> assumed he was correct about the moisture.
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