Car was idling to dry off after washing the engine when sudden it died . I thought it ran out of duel but determined it hadn't. It will not start back up. Any ideas ?

Asked by Jul 28, 2015 at 01:00 PM about the 1994 Mitsubishi Eclipse Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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254,805

Water must have gotten into one of the wiring connnections. Let it dry out. One of the reasons I never wash my engines.

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I always warm up my engines before I wash them. Then they dry out faster. Wash a warm engine not a hot one.

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