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make youself a cardboard adaptor to fit side window cut hole in it to fit shop vac or equal vaccum cleaner hose end tape hose into hole you cut with duct tape as well as card board jig you built to insert into window insert the other end into shop vac on the blowing side of vac body turn on vac take a garden hose and very soapy water around all windows and doors look for soap bubbles to form this will tell you if any body parts leaking and windows if you find any seal with ge clear silicone sealer ,if not the drain tube could be stopped for the ac ,see dealer or ac garage , good luck
That is your distributor cap. It either has a crack or isn't tight. The rubber seal could also be shot. Condensation from outside moisture builds up inside your cap while it sits. It wastes the spark on the water droplets instead of your contact points. Next time it happens, take the cap off and wipe it dry on the inside. Don't take the wires off. If your going to change it, label each wire starting at 1 mark. Hope this helps.