It ran for two days afterward. Then did not start. I have power. The starter will turn over with its own power. I have no ignition or power to my fuel inj. My relays seem to be working. Also the vehicle would not communicate with my scan tool.
I cleaned a large wire harness terminal located in cab. Located on left side panel next to drivers left foot. It was green and corroded . All looked good, so I hoped I found the isue. So I installed computer I purchased at salvage yard.
Immediately I had a running truck again. BUT, then it died like it ran out of fuel. I restarted it four times and then I had nothing as before.
This is a 2005 liberty with 3.7L and automatic trans.
This is a troubling problem for sure. I use a product called Strike Hold. It is some amazing stuff for penetrating lubricant, displacing moisture. The military kept this a secret for quit a while. It may help you with your electrical problem. I would start with disconnecting every electric connection that got wet, dry it and spray it with Strike Hold... This stuff is amazing..Oilburner http://www.strikehold.com/
When the pavement ends, you better have some ground clearance!
I suspect moisture got in. how dry are your interiors now? keep the doors open and leave it in the sun todry. as far as electronic parts, there are break pedal sensor and accelerator pedal sensor. Under the gear shift harness there are few more electronics and sensors, not sure if they were under water or moisture got in, you may need to open that and dry/clean. I would use deoxit or contact cleaner to keep the moisture away for the connectors