Humidity killing my engine

stalling
toyota
camry
sparkplugs

#1

My 92 Camry was recently choking and gagging during very humid weather. But now it runs fine (now that the humidity is lower). What could have caused this?



2 years ago I had the entire distributor, coil, wires, cap, plugs, etc. replaced because it was choking and gagging. the mechanic did a less-than-stellar job out of the gate and I took it back and they fixed it “for real” and I haven’t had any issues since. But now it’s happening again, and only during the extremely humid days recently… But it’s only been 2 years. These parts aren’t supposed to wear out this fast, are they?



What gives? Should I start throwing rocks at the mechanic or should I blame myself?