So i drove thru a puddle that was little bigger than I thought and my 62 shut off... The distributor and wires did not get wet... Really the driver side got wet.... It cranks but will not fire.. Any ideas?? Thanks in advance for your help!
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I doubt it is water related & from your description of a quick shutdown, probally not fuel related either.Ok so today i switched out the distributor cap with another, put in new plugs (just cuz the old ones looked bad) and still won't start.... I checked that i do have spark. I do have a dry distributor, and i'm thinking its fuel related.... The cruiser died after driving thru a puddle that was only about a foot deep on the driver side. It splashed up and the engine shut down.... Could i have shorted something with the fuel pump??
It's a 1989 FJ 62..... I looked at the fusible links at the battery this morning.. They were dry but a sprayed some WD40 in them..... No start... Does any on have a photo of using a paper clip in the diagnostic port to see if the fuel pump is getting power?