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So I have to go pick up my son from daycare during a rain storm and the main street through town was flooded, about 6 to 8 inches of water on the road. I keep on rolling at about 25 mph, hit the water and that was all she wrote. lights flashing, steam billowing and then nothing. Dead in water literally. I could crank it but it would spit and sputter then stall if I even thought about giving it gas. After multiple starts I was able to inch it off the road and into a parking lot. Once there I let it idol for a while till it finally cleared up and straight back home I went. As for my son, I watched my wifes little Escape shoot through the flood to go pick him up like it wasn't even there...
 

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Sounds like a set of ignition wires would be in order to me? Any other opinions? Pretty humbling I bet.
 

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Welp either you got your fuse box wet or your coils wet....let her dry out and then crank her up...and take your maf out and blow it dry but carefully
 
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