Sunk my truck, ingested water...now what?
Wassup guys, i was doing a little trail down by the river, and drove my truck off into a pretty deep hole. The truck stopped about 2 feet into the hole and shut off. We tried to start it but ended up having to trailer it home. I pulled the plugs and turned her over and spit all the water out. There was small pieces of sand in between my plugs so i blew it out and reinstalled the plugs. She started back up spitting and sputtering and it threw a code for the TPS. I replaced that and the air filter, and its still running like s**t. I have no low end power whatsoever and i cant even take a hill and hold speed, i have to drop to 4th and sometimes 3rd on hills i used to could take in 5th without problems. Its skipping and sputtering and i have "dead" spots in the rpm range...it takes alot of clutch slippage to even take off. I have no more codes and havent a clue on where to start. I flushed the oil 2 times and ran about 4qrts of clean oil thru and finally replaced with my regular Mobil 1. Any ideas on what else i should do, and what could be causing me to have no power?? Its not smoking, and all the fluids are fine( ie: no oil in coolant or vise versa)...Please give me tips!!!!
85 Bronco II, 2.8L, fm146,BW1350
4.5" lift, Duraspark'd, Holley 350cfm, 30x9.50 Wild Country Mxts, Panasonic CD player, Autometer Temp guage, Sway Bar disco's, Removable door pins, Rock lights
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