Well I was driving my '98 Wrangler Sahara TJ on the beach last month and drove into an 18 inch deep tide pool going about 30mph. My jeep stalled and died in the tide pool. I had to wait 3hrs for a buddy to come pull me out and the tide was coming in makin the tidepool deeper and deeper eventually reaching over my right fender but not to my intake. (The left side was much higher out of the water than the right) My interior electricals all stopped working but my exterior electricals all worked fine. I had to be towed 27 miles down the beach back home. I pulled the air filter and it was dry, sprayed WD-40 in the distributor and dried everything out for 3 days, installed a new starter and alternator. A week later it still wont turn over. Tow it to a 4X4 shop. Wires under the underhood fuse box have corroded in half from the saltwater. Replaced underhood fuse box including harness and all fluids changed. Jeep still wont turn over but now all the electricals in and out work fine. Mechanic is puzzled and suggests experimental engine surgery. What the heck is wrong with my Jeep?!? Did I kill it?