It is almost certainly an ignition problem. inspect coil wire, coil, dist. cap, rotor for arcing... a great easy test to try... while engine is idling, use a spray bottle to spray a light mist(water) over the ignition system, this will likely expose the culprit.
it would start raining heavily
i would replace the distributor cap it is probly cracked
In olden times people threw rubbish into the street. In amongst the rubbish would be cats and dogs which would be washed along the street during heavy rain. Hence raining cats and dogs. Of course, they are not literally raining from above!
Because it is raining, we cannot have a picnic today.
Perhaps spark plug wires have become porous due to age and are misfiring when they get wet
Replace your distributor cap, it probably has a crack in it.
It could be as God only knew when it would start raining.
Because, strangely, you need gas to start a car.
To say 'it's raining' you would say 'es regnet'
On the open road with light traffic. Never use it in heavy traffic, when it is raining, or when there is ice or snow on the road.You would use cruise control when driving on the open highway in very light traffic where you wish to maintain a constant speed.
The most useful object to carry when it is raining outside would be an umbrella.
under what headword would you find the idiom raining cats and dogs?
Your distributer might have a crack in it and moisture is getting in to it and grounding it out,inspect it,wipe clean and check.
You would know that you were in the troposphere if it was raining on you.
A likely origin comes from the 17th and 18th century England, where heavy rain would occasionally carry dead animals through gutters.
yes she do sing the raining sunshine. if it wasn't she then who else would?
Liquefaction turns soft soil into mud and then the building sinks. If it were raining, then it would make soil and mud more muddy and more buildings would collapse.
ok if ur telling one at night and u look outside and it is kind of raining then u start it like this "One stormy night, like tonight"
I would be very happy. ;)
mostly when there is thunder or when it is raining
plenty of things could be a starter, alternator, ignition switch, bad spark...
3.5 0r 3.7 qts i would start with 3.5
The expression 'raining cats and dogs' means that it is raining really hard, so people figured that if animals were coming from the sky they would be coming down really hard too.
No, hyperbole is an exaggeration. "Raining hard enough to wash the town away" would be hyperbole. "Raining cats and dogs" is an idiom because it makes no sense when you translate it literally.
That would be raining ash