I'm sorry if this is covered elsewhere, I don't really have time to look atm, so thanks for not crucifying me. Just hoping to get some quick guidance.
Sandy got the better of me, while I thought my truck was in a safe spot, the water level had different ideas. The water level never got higher than mid-rear wheels, and slightly lower on the fronts. Was not running or moving in the water at all, just sitting as the tide came up and went back down. Obviously not great for the brakes, but not really sure how bad it would be for the diff and axle components.
What kind of issues should I expect? Aside from hosing the underside down to try to get as much of the salt off, should I expect water to have made it into the rear? So I should not drive it, or is it likely no big deal since the seals and all should have held everything out. fwiw, its a stock 2012 dcsb.
Again thanks for any help