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Old January 21st, 2014, 08:47 PM   #1
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Question Alternators burning out

How does everyone keep their alternator working after they have been underwater? Are they aftermarket or is there a trick?
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Old January 22nd, 2014, 07:33 PM   #3
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LOL However; seriously what do I need too fix this?
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LOL However; seriously what do I need too fix this?
Tell us what happened first.
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Tell us what happened first.
He was bogging his Suzuki samurai in da swamp
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First thing is stop doing that.
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First thing is stop doing that.

AMEN stay out of the water and mud...

Mud spelled backward is DUM

ive killed 2 or 3 alts from runnin in the mud... not to mention the shower you et the minute you pull the trigger on the impact when your working on it...

and dont give me the line about pressure washing afterward... it doesnt do any good! LOL

mud and water and the worst thing for any electrical system. no way you can stop that really. especially if your submerging it
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Spray some of that water repellant spray on it, should be good from there. Haha
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Camp Dry FTW! HAHAHA
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