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  1. Lazy_B

    Lazy_B TPF Noob!

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    you know when you decide to wash the car... well here's a novel way to actually get the underside washed to

    step 1... drive in slowly

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    step 2

    don't be scared.... floor it and hold on tight !

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    Step 3

    check pants, start breathing again and continue driving

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    10 minutes out of town has saved you about a hour's worh of cleaning :lol::lol:
     
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    manaheim Jedi Bunnywabbit Staff Member Supporting Member

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    ummm... is that a creek/river? :lol:
     
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    bullitt453 TPF Noob!

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    Unless the starter gets flooded. :confused: Not a smart thing to do at all.
     
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    Thats something I would do with my 4x4 Truck, not a car.
     
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    Step 3 grind to halt

    Step 4 fish around the boot for a can of WD40...

    :)
     
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    Wait.. Starter.. Flooded... what?

    The main thing that you would have to worry about is if you're engine is hot, and the sudden splash of cold water cracks your block. And if by chance the OP had a CAI in his car.. It could suck up water and cause a hydrolock, but i seriously doubt the OP has one.



    OP, Funny post. Just wondering.. is that vehicle AWD?
     
  7. TamiyaGuy

    TamiyaGuy No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Lol, nice. I wouldn't trust that with my dad's car though...
     
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    actually guys the water was only about 3 inches deep and about 2 metres wide....... crusied through it at about 40 odd kph.. so i knew what i was doing. and i knew i wouldn''t have much risk of damaging anything that important
     

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