Re: 02 F150 water in fuse box
WD40 (WaterDrying) might help you. Don't forget the fuses/relays under the
hood, and be sure your truck didn't ingest any water through the air intake.
Pulling the plugs and turning the engine over (hitting the starter) to be
sure there's no water in the cylinders would be good insurance against a
bent rod, or worse, when it starts.
Good luck man,
"AJ Zambito" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Friday night I was four wheeling and flipped my truck up onto it's
> side. Semi roll into mud hole. Tried to put it back on wheels while
> listening to stereo. But, couldn't get it back down. So, turned off
> radio and lights and left it.
> It layed sideways in hole for about 10hrs. By that time, fuse box was
> soaked. Eventually, got it back on all four wheels and towed out by a
> buddy to a place where a flat bed could pick it up and deliver it home.
> Truck has barely a scratch - I am astonished. But, self praise isn't
> what this is about.... it's about my wet fuse box.
> Truck has no power.... but, if I try to jump start it. All lights come
> on and the starter clicks real loud - like a machine gun.
> So, the question to you other Four Wheelers is:
> WHAT THE HELL DO I DO TO GET MY TRUCK STARTED?
> Will it air dry and then just electric contact cleaner?