Hey guys, Found a few threads on this specific issue before, and it's not the fuel control module by the rear axel, I think it may be something specifically getting wet in the engine bay due to the cowl openings. I popped the hood (thankfully it limped home) and it looked like water was coming in on the driver side vent, where those connections are (by the coolant overflow tank). I have been googling to find any specifics but no one seems to really clearly identify known causes on other forums / websites. What would suck, is if I have to block off that vent opening to prevent water getting on things. Makes me really wonder why even bother with the opening in the hood at all, if the water is getting into the bay like that to begin with. Anyway, figured I'd start a new thread on it seeings how it's september and raining like hell up here in the northeast (and very humid) and hopefully get any at all new clues I can go off on, rather than going through each connection and seeing which is which. Should be noted after when I got it home, turned it off (it was still raining just not as hard) it would start and immediately want to die, even applying gas to keep the rpms up. No codes on the dash are there, but I could see if something was logged with a scanner later on tonight. On dry days, it runs perfectly fine. On humid mornings there's a little bit more pronounced of a stutter when she kicks over, but she evens out, which I wasn't concerned about. Appreciate any discussion on this, I'll be continuing the battle tomorrow (more rain inbound) and she needs to get back on the road.