Originally Posted by SewerRat114
I work for a water treatment facility and part of my job is going out to the wells and lift stations and I use my jeep for it. With the 10+" rain just this month the roads are unkept and rutted so when I splash through I kick water up on the belt and pulleys and loose charging and power steering....is there a skid i can add or do I have a different issue to look into?
Doesn't sound right....................
The radiator shroud on the jeep is a lot deeper than a lot of cars these days, and there is a flexible rubber that is secured from the radiator shroud to the side rails and covers the front part of the engine to keep water / mud from splashing up on the engine!
With that said, we've had both our 95, 96, and 98 jeeps in water deep enough that the fan bladed were hitting the water, with no effect on the jeep operation.
Maybe you should consider checking the tension on your belt, or replace the belt ans see what happens!