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Inspect the coil wire running from the ignition coil to the distributor and see if it is cracked,rubbed through or damaged needing replaced.This was a common fault for this issue here in humidity or rain faults.If this is or was already checked and found o.k. let me know so we can continue from here.
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Issues due to rain are the coil wire,coil itself breaking down with the moisture or the crank sensor at the bottom of the timing cover.I have seen these affected by moisture in the past before needing replaced for this issue here.Inspect the engine wiring harness on top of the engine as well for any damage,chafing or cuts in it as this can also be affected with moisture needing repaired or replaced.
You might have the fault codes checked as well with a compatible scan tool to see if any codes set.If any codes set this will help in locating the fault needing repaired for this issue here.
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Are you asking where the ignition coil is located?