Originally Posted by Tripintaz
Its not possible to hydro lock your engine in 2 inches of water, which isn't deep in the first place. I live is south Florida where it rains a ton. It is not uncommon for streets to become flooded. I just choose not to drive down those streets. ::shrug::
If you drive slow you shouldn't have a problem with any puddles under 6 inches deep.
Maybe not hydrolock but water a small amount of water can still mess up the Sensor. Just letting the OP know a potential issue if flooding is an issue in their area. Driving slow is the key but takes away the fun in drivng in the rain... though I still prefer the AEM