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Old 09-27-2010, 09:28 PM
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Hi I have a 98 K1500 350 Vortec and when it rains and the morning dew The cap collects moisture and need to know how to prevent this as Ive done it all so far, changed the dist, cap, rotor, wires plugs, all and im at my wits end with it whats the recomended solution or trick. Thanks Brad
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Old 09-27-2010, 10:29 PM
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Hi I have a 98 K1500 350 Vortec and when it rains and the morning dew The cap collects moisture and need to know how to prevent this as Ive done it all so far, changed the dist, cap, rotor, wires plugs, all and im at my wits end with it whats the recomended solution or trick. Thanks Brad
what I do Is to fill the screen in the bottom of the distributor with sealler, and stop the madness, kind of a BS idea any way!!! put a vent in the bottom??? gm sure listened to ford on that one
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Old 09-28-2010, 08:01 PM
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Ok not to say your wrong but I was told not to close them off because then it woudnt vent properly but I never dealt with this before and its about to **** me off because Ive dumped tons into this truck for it to be something stupid make me get rid of it. If pluging them is whats recomended Ill try it.
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if the moisture is causing your truck to miss one thing you can do is spray a thin coat of cooper seal inside your distributor cap. when i was told about it i didnt think it would work but it stopped mine from missing.
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