AFC Wimbledon's Luke Moore and Exeter's Jamie Reid both scored twice in an entertaining draw at Kingsmeadow.
Reid struck from outside the box to put the visitors in front, but Moore levelled after Exeter failed to clear.
And Moore was on hand to equalise again with a low shot shortly after Reid had netted from a tight angle.
Wimbledon are three points above second-bottom Torquay, whose game on Saturday was called off, while Exeter are a point outside the play-off spots.
VIEW FROM THE DRESSING ROOM
Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale told BBC Radio Devon:
"There was a huge amount of effort from the players, total commitment from both sides in horrendous conditions. It was a really hard game of football.
"Jamie Reid wasn't expecting to play, when I announced the side in the dressing room you should've seen his face. He's capable of those type of strikes, he was so positive today.
"Bradford have got a game against Rotherham on Tuesday, we're hoping that our old boys David Noble and Daniel Nardiello will help us out this week."