Question about 1993 Jeep Wrangler
I have a 1993 jeep wrangler yj with 4 cylinder 2.5l and i got it stuck in a creek and spun the tires and flung water into motor and shut down... i turned key and fuel pump runs, gauges turn on and i try and the starter relay ''clicks''.. bought new relay.. nothing.. so i took out plug, layed under it and crossed starter and no spark. took off dist. cap and sprayed in WD40 and still nothing!?
You have likely fixed this by now but if not, you will have to use some dry rags and dry off everything!!!! Use compressed air wherever you can't get to (or at the least, a tire pump) Vehicles are not designed for use in the water. If ;you want to do this, get with some off road clubs that can give you tips on waterproofing stuff!!! Just to somewhat "wheatherise" my stuff, I wipe down ignition components with a rag saturated with wd40&silicone spray. I don't think this will work in deep water but it sure helps in very damp or rainy weather! You can also make splash guards out of very heavy tar paper or sheet metal that you can place under the front, but be careful where and how you place and secure it so nothing interferes with steering etc.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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