Hi, this is a pretty common problem on this motor. If you haven't replace the caps. rotors and ceramic plate under the rotor I would suggest doing so. If everything has already been replaced I would suggest drilling an 1/8th" hole in the bottom of each cap to allow the moisture to vent.
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Hi Jeff, I have seen that round ceramic plate underneath the rotor actually sweat. Replacing the plate seemed to help. Also, if the car is not used often these cars are just prone to this. Starting the car and bringing it to operating temperature once a week would help.
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