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Old 04-24-2002
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How has been your experience driving in the rain:
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great...no problems at all
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I had a little problem after washing my car one time. I have no idea if it was related to the cai or not. Other than that, no prolbems whatsoever.
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ITS FINE....JUST DONT GO THROUGH WATER THATS HIGHER THAN YOUR BUMPER
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which if you did that anyway your car could float away and you'd have flood damage
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In the second link Bryan talks of just heavy rain causing his enjine to seeize.
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the whole filter has to be in water in order to suck the water...so u dont have to worry...Check Here
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there really should be any problems because the filter is well concealed. i haven't had a problem with mines. rain really shouldn't cause a problem unless it floods your car, then you'd have to worry about sucking water into your engine.[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-tongue.gif[/IMG]
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