its at the top of the fire wall as it is. And i would think the radia over flow and wiper cleaner would stop some of the splashing. Ive put bags around it and everything. but if im in deep water, and the mud is thick and put stress when underwater. The next time i go to start the truck, its a nice comment . S h i t not again.
sorry to bust your bubble (no pun intended) but bags won't keep water out. It needs to be in a solid *sealed* container. Water is a sneaky substance, it will find a way in otherwise.
are you positive you're not just getting your distributor wet anyways? If it gets wet, your Jeep wont run well at all, it can be cured by removing the cap and spraying WD40 in it, put it back on it should run fine again.
btw, if you're going in water deep enough to fry the ICM, have you raised your vent tubes as well? I saw your thread where you added a snorkel, but without raising the vents too, you will be ingesting water into your driveline and contaminating your oils.
If you've neglected to change the oils in a timely manner, you will be hearing all kinds of neat noises in short time.
a Jeep is a not a submarine by design, it takes extensive modifications to numerous components to allow one to handle deeper than normal water, a snorkel is only the tip of the iceberg in that department
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2007 Jeep Liberty - Mother's Jeep, BFG ATs and....mud?