Well, my first time I actually got stuck, and boy was it a sucky reason. My fuel pump wiring got wet because the clip to connect it to the fuel pump is broken. Anyway, the truck just shut off and didn't turn back on.. BigGray pulled me out of the woods and to the road, which was somewhat fun. But, after a while of sitting there, waiting for the wiring to dry, I started it up, but it ran like crap. Obviously something between the ignition and spark plugs got wet. The engine would only work right after it got to a high RPM. So, I was stuck on the highway in 2nd gear, doing about 40, with my 4 ways on. The truck just started running right today. Is there anything I can do to stop this from happening? This has been the worst incident yet with this "missing" B.S. It has happened before, but has been mild. It only happens when I go fairly fast through the mud puddles. BigGray thinks the distributor is the culprit since my body lift allows the water to splash inbetween the inner fender and the frame, almost ontop of the motor. What can I do? There was a rubber flap inbetween my frame rail and inner fender when I first got the truck. I didn't know what it was for, so I took it out. Should I replace that? Also, anyone know where I can get a new clip for the wiring for the fuel pump? Oh yeah, I learned a valuable lesson.. never EVER follow closely behind someone who has swampers.. otherwise you won't be able to see! <A target="_blank" HREF=http://billybob.coloradok5.com>http://billybob.coloradok5.com</A> If it ain't leaking oil, it ain't my truck!