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Why would a 1993 Ford Taurus engine stall when the weather is humid and hot?

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Answered 2008-05-10 17:07:25

Ignition wires and the distributor cap need to be checked for cracks that allow cross flow of electricity from one wire to another. At night spray water on the wires and cap to see the sparks while engine is running. Replace wire set and cap as needed..

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