Nice find!!silverarrow27 wrote: ↑Sat Jul 18, 2020 4:24 pmOnly one I found...450 mm.
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I've driven through some fairly deep streams without a problem...yet. You could easily buy some tubing and run breather lines wherever, or install one of the ARB breathers that will accept multiple lines (best solution). Real reason I'm replying is because of your "evap system" comment. I spent most of today pulling out my evap canister and blowing out copious amounts of dust from inside it. Every time I have driven off road the last few years, I also get the P0448 code, which references a short circuit but is actually dust/dirt ingress in the evap crap. All of that is located on the driver's side just behind the rear wheel. No way in hell would I want to hit water deeper than that location.silverarrow27 wrote: ↑Tue Jul 21, 2020 1:54 amI've been doing some light reading about wading in our vehicles as well. There seems to be a mix of information on the rear diffs. I've seen a member say his info from a Nissan Tech is that the rear diff is sealed while other members say the rear diff's breathing tube goes up behind one of the wheels? And then the evap system in the rear also?
Alternator is definitely understandable as my brother with the FJ Cruiser had firsthand issues with his after going through a fairly deep puddle. Might be good to always carry tools and spare suspension components and alternator when going out into the wilderness.