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I would think that depends on the part. At one extreme, I wouldn't be concerned about a tail light housing being flooded. At the other, I wouldn't want to touch a seat that was soaked.

You'd have to think about the part and how it would be affected by being submerged in salt water.


In this case I would disagree - most of this damage is salt water or brackish water. Car parts + salt + water = epic fail
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