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Old 08-19-2013, 10:33 PM
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First and foremost, glad you made it out ok. Second, if you didn't power up the truck, you could have saved the electrical by lettng everything dry out completely. But since you turned it on, it will be an electrical nightmare as one thing after another will begin to fail or will eventually fail because of the shorting out of numerous sensors and circuits. Sorry bud but it will be a tough but not impossible fight to find every last drop of water in that electrical system.
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