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I used to have a car that wouldn't start when the humidity got over 70%, so once a year, usually in the spring, I bought a can of WD-40 and sprayed everything connected with ignition, including the inside of the distributor cap and the inside of the distributor itself. This stuff displaces any trace of water and effectively seals it out of the ignition related stuff. Give it a try, if it doesn't help you're just out the cost of a can of WD. It has lots of other uses, like the door hinges, inside the locks, and if it's a hatchback, hit the back parts as well.
Posted on Apr 10, 2015
This usually is a sign of ignition. check the condition of wires and distributor cap if it has one, also check all electrical connections for looseness and dirty/corroded connections.
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