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Old 07-07-2013, 08:23 PM
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YIKES !!!

Just guessing here
anything cloth is gone, seats, carpeting, headliner, sound deadners under the hood
wiring may never be the same
computer likely will never work right, if it works at all
fuel tank will have water in it, almost impossible to seal the cap area
all fluids & filters will have to be replaced, including the transmission, unless it is a standard shift
if the whole truck was under water, water will have entered through the air filter

I have made flood vehicles run again, but that was way before they had computers &
parts were plentiful at wrecking yards back then

we recovered vehicles after this & got them running again
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&s...mg.MIcyxbyj_d8
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