Q: Car got flooded

asked by on January 26, 2016

My car got flooded and doesn't start.

Hi. It’s very likely the electronics on board need going over, I would suggest having a certified mechanic like one from YourMechanic diagnose your electrical problem, it might just be a simple fix.

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