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There was some flash flooding today and I had to drive through deeper water than I have before. I'm not sure how deep it was, but it was just enough to cover the sidewalk, so maybe 6-8" for about 50 ft. An oncoming driver hit me with a wave which I definitely felt, maybe as high as a foot.

Anyway, I didn't stall or anything. I'm just wondering if there's something I should now be on the lookout for. I've heard the biggest risk is water in the air intake, but I'm not sure where that is on my 2003 Corolla. I know where the filter is and connects to the throttle body, but I don't know where the intake is that feeds through the filter. Should I be concerned?
Thanks.

Edit: Oh, dunno why I had a hard time finding the intake before. It's right behind the top-right of the radiator if you're looking at the car from the front. I seriously doubt any water got that high. Phew!
 
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