My boyfriend ran my 2005 mustang thru deep water now it leaking oil what did he ruin?

Asked by Jun 21, 2015 at 02:20 PM about the 2005 Ford Mustang GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Not a nice avatar. And you want us to research for you with that attitude

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Check the oil pan for damage. If he ran over some unseen hazard like a large tree branch or rock it may have damaged or put a hole in the oil pan. Just one reason not to drive thru a flooded roadway. BTW, Fordnut is right, please get a new avatar. Thanks. HTH. -Jim

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The Avatar is funny in another venue but not for carsguru.com, that is something young people would post on facebook for a laugh, not use as an avatar on a respectful car info help site so yeah, toots, get on that now.........did he run it through deep water on purpose or was he in a flash flood or did he not see the 4' of water in an intersection or ? a mechanic needs to look at your car ASAP.....send bill to boyfriend.

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