If the distributor IS wet, inside or outside, that's where your handy can of WD-40 comes in. Guess what-it's NOT a lubricant-it is for (W)ater (D)isplacement-it's made to 'drive off' water on anything you spray. And it won't hurt electrical components but 'dries' them right off. Most likely your spark plug wires are also going to need to be pulled (one at a time) and sprayed, then put back on.
Any of you guys know how to get my 4 wheel drive working? Transfers into gear, but the front wheels don't have any power...
Personally, I'm not up on knowledge when it comes to the 4-wheel aspect.
Try a search on the forum. If you can't find a similar thread about your problem, start a new one. You'll likely get members to answer who can steer you in the right direction. Not likely to get much help under the title of this thread.
Seeing as it's a '95, you'd probably want to start by replacing your spark plug wires (covers are probably cracked, dirty, worn which will allow water access. For the cap, you can create a silicone gasket (I think red silicone would be best, but get other opinions). Since I try to avoid water, others may know of better mods available for getting your electrical system water tight.
Most common problem is water in the distributor cap. Take off and make sure it is dry inside.
Originally Posted by 99Wrangler4x4
A little brake cleaner or WD should displace the water, if you use brake cleaner, make sure it dries and dissipates, or you will blow the cap off the distributor, lots of bad, but pretty to watch...
and if that doesnt work, try pushing your Jeep backwards through that same puddle, should un-do your issue...