If the previous evening was damp, or condensation occurred (which would
evaporate during the warmth of the day), it may be the ignition wires or
distributor cap. You can get a spray to waterproof them, but it's better
to replace them if they're old and porous.
Condensation can occur at sunrise or sunset when the air is cooled to the
point where the dew point and the temperature are equal (100% R.H.).
That's when you see dew on the car surfaces (or frost if it's below
Date: Thu, 16 Jul 1998 12:28:46 PDT
From: "Keith McGahan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Won't start in the morning
I thought that I had fix the starting problem from I had a few weeks
ago, but now I have a new starting problem. In the morning when I go to
start the car, the engine will turn over but it won't start up. In the
evening when I go to start the car it starts right up. I believe that I
have checked all the wires, plugs ect. Does any one have any
TR4 64' CT31334L