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In a 1994 probe and its raining and you have a cold air intake and you hit a puddle of water and your car died do you think there is water in your engine?

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2006-06-20 00:49:52
2006-06-20 00:49:52

How big was the puddle. If u dont have a bypass valve then yes u have water in your engine

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