My 1994 Toyota Camry won’t start on wet days. If
it has rained for two days the car just refuses to
start even with the use of starting fluid. Any ideas?
I know in the case of the ‘68 VW bugs it was a
moisture problem with the rotor cap.
Most likely, it's a cracked distributor cap and plug wires let moisture in and this saps electricity. Fouled plugs, leaking coil, and a bad battery can exacerbate the problem. Find a dark place, open the hood, and have someone crank the car while you look around the engine. You'll see sparks where there's a problem. One trick: spray WD-40 where you see sparks. This lubricant seals cracks and restricts transfer of moisture & spark. It's temporary, but at least you can use the car.
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