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Just spent best part of 2 days under mine replacing the alternator after a recent deluge and the resultant 12" rivers.

An alternator's designed to suck air through its casing, so show it some water and it'll get a pretty good flushing, bearings and all

I'd suggest avoid anything deeper than 6"..look up the threads on alternator replacement...it's not nice!!
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