30 years ago driving in Quantico, VA on a very damp and rainy winter night
drove through a large puddle of slush and the engine died. Water snow and
slush had shorted out the distributor and ignition wires. Got out my trusty
can of WD-40, sprayed everything and was back on the road in minutes.
Anyone know what the WD in WD-40 stands for?
On Thu, May 15, 2008 at 1:35 AM, gary brierton <email@example.com>
> This will make for a great tech session.
> >From 1964-1970, driving two new BJ8's in a row, no road side
> stuck in a Chicago snow bank once or twice! In 1977-1979, no failures in a
> different BJ8. It was totaled while sleeping one night in front of my
> house. Since 1996, the Silver Bullet has gone over 40,000 with very few
> break downs:
> 1994 Delco alternator failed in the Rockies on the way to Park City
> 1999 Fuel pump failed in the St. Louis Conclave Rally.
> 2000 Loose coil wire on a local rally.
> 2007 Remember that alternator replaced in '94? The Delco replacement
> in heavy traffic on the way to Burlington Conclave.
> 2008 that little bitty wire in the distributor failed on the way to a
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