What ASE said is usually the case. There always seems to be electrical issues after a vehicle has been in a flood. If the water was that high, I'm surprised it is running if it got to the air filter. You should check the differentials, transmission, transfer case, make sure there is no evidence of water mixing with the engine oil. If everything is serviced and working properly, the only main concern is the electrical system. What happens, like ASE said, electrical components seem to corrode, short, or just stop working. It may not happen all at once, but it always seems to happen.
I wish I had better news for you, but that has been my experience. If you have other questions, let me know.
Wednesday, October 12th, 2011 AT 2:26 AM