Question about 2005 Honda S2000
I would guess your cylinders are full of water,you need to take the spark plugs out and carefully turn the engine by hand via the crankshaft pulley bolt to expell any water in them if you can`t turn the engine you have probably damaged the con rods(bent under hydraulic pressure),the only good news is you should be able to get a new engine through your insurance as it is classed as an accident on a fully comprehensive policy.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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