Q: I accidentally drove through 2 feet of water, I have replaced several parts but the car still runs poorly

asked by on November 07, 2016

check engine light came on had 2 replace the coil engine light turnd off replaced plugs and wires changed oil and egr electrical plastic senceor melted replaced all above no engine light still runs horabal

My car has 220000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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