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Sometimes the engine doesn't start and the spark plugs are wet

When it rains and humidity is high I have problems with starting my Honda Accord's engine.I replaced the spark plugs, it was OK for some time,but the same propblem(engine flooded)occurs.

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Also try replacing the main relay. Once I replaced that I had no problems starting it in hot or humid temperature.

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Change cap & plug wires. If emergency before wire & cap repalcement, spray wires & cap with WD-40, let sit a few minutes & try it. WD-40 displaces moisture. Don't keep doing that though, its dangerous, just replace wires & cap.

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