Thanks for visiting Just Answer, the first thing you need to do it either let the vehicle dry out and check it later to see if it clears up once it dries out. OR go ahead and have the codes scanned. Most auto parts store will do this free. If you can get the vehicle scanned and bring back the codes that are stored I can provide more info.
going to try to get it scanned
is there a way to bring this back to you directly when I know something or do I just go back into this program for another 15 bucks? (I'm willing to do that if I have to)
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Tim, the codes (2 of 'em) say 1.) ignition fault - wires, plugs, coils, etc and 2.) crank angle position sensor. Does this sound like it's caused by the rain storm?
codes were PO304 and PO316
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