You have a 5.9 light duty. 1500 chevy suburban 5.7 won't start in rain.
Afterwards it’s difficult to start and if it finally does, it usually stalls out again after i hit the gas.
Truck wont start in rain. Discussion starter · #1 · jul 25, 2008. I don't know if this is the same, but i used to have a 87 chrysler lebaron. I replaced it with a reman from advance auto parts, and it started right up,,,,, for a couple days.
Wire insulation can wear thin and this causes the voltage to arc to the metal of the car engine rather then going into the spark plug. Seem to be in good shape. Truck is a 2000 frontier crewcab 3.3 with 210,000.
My truck will not start in wet weather, whether it's raining, snowing or very high humidity. Just had this problem on my work van. I took it to the shop several times, they always said it was the fuel pump.
Videos you watch may be added to the tv's watch history and influence tv. A couple months ago, the computer smoked. The most common reason for a car not starting in the rain is found in the spark plugs.
Cap most likely because cap has. I pulled and checked all plugs and sealed the very bottom of the plug with dielectric grease, also greased the inside of the boots well. I have replaced the wires, it's getting spark.
Chevy truck 5.7 won't start after raining ( solved!) if playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device. Other reasons are not fixed to a rainy season, but the most common issues of car wont start after heavy rain or without rain battery dead after rain could be for many reason, but the most common in a wet road could be any exposed wire or insulation where the water hit the wire cause the wire wet and damaged, which probably the reason for dead battery, check any. In wet weather, moisture can build up in the distributor cap and cause it to short, which will leave the vehicle without a reliable spark.
1990 chevrolet silverado 1500 with 5.7l 350. If it rains or drizzles a bit, it’s usually fine. After it rains, my car either won’t start or sputters when it starts and then is likely to stall out when i stop at a stop sign.
2 people found this helpful. Joined jul 25, 2008 · 2 posts. Generally, this is common when the coils begin to break down and heat cycling occurs, however the opposite can be true as well when it comes to cold and moisture as you may be experiencing.
It turns over, but won’t catch. Won't start if raining gm chevy truck yukon escalade suburban car. But it’s not just wehn it’s a little bit wet.
Wouldn't start for a day because the battery connections were loose. Then when the rain ends, and thing. The truck won’t start when it’s wet.
It’s not a battery issue as all the lights and other faculties work. But when it rains for an extended period and gets soaked, it won’t start. Once the rain or snow stops the truck starts right up.
Wont start after heavy rain chevy silverado 5.7. Then it would die and it wouldn't start until 2 or 3 days later after it dried out. This could be an ignition coil that may be starting to fail, but is more prevalent in the cold weather or rain.
Videos you watch may be added to the tv's watch history and influence tv. Truck wont start in rain. The truck has major rust issues from.
Truck won't start after rain or cold weather. Maybe i should say that if its damp and humid before or after it rains it doesnt start at all when i try to start the truck it just clicks the battery is fine the instrument panel doesnt go haywire the truck doesnt start. What you got here is condensation getting under dist.
As well as your battery cables and connections. Is there a sensor that could be bad that is causing this? Been having trouble with my truck missing when i step on the gas for a few months now and thought it was b/c i don't drive it enough (bagged not daily driver) but now i noticed when the truck is outside and it rains or there is a lot of humidity in the air the truck won't start, it spits and sputters and won't start.
It only starts on dry and sunny days. Now, every time it rains, the truck won't start. If it wont start this is the issue.
I pulled a plug wire and stuck a screwdriver in the boot, held it near the block, and i get a good spark. Chris answered 9 years ago. It ran great until you washed it or it started raining.
Use ac delco plugs, factory supplied and recommended,and check the seal between the hood and wiper cowl, water may be entering there, or just corroded cap terminals, recommend to get brass terminal version and new rotor and even wires. Juliananyc july 4, 2016, 9:03pm #1. Had an issue of a no start condition after a.
A way to check if this is the culprit is to wait till the truck dries and will start, then shut it off and take a garden hose and wet both banks of cylinders. It runs when it's dry out, cranks but won't start when it's raining/humid. The truck runs pretty well except for one major problem:
Yes the air filter is clean. Time for a complete tune up, this time put a distributor cap on too, plugs wires cap rotor, and use quality parts. It was odd because when all the accessories come on but it won't crank, you wouldn't think to check the battery.
It may also be possible that water is somehow coming into contact with the ignition system components when it. You can check for this visually by opening the hood when it's wet outside and trying to start the car. Jump to latest follow status not open for further replies.
1992 plymouth voyager won't start after it rains. But it'll be the simplest thing to look at in your case. But when it rains for an extended period and gets soaked, it won’t start.