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Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Willis, MI
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The engine is most likely full of water. That is why it will not turn over. I suggest you drain the oil and all the other fluids, Then attempt to turn the engine over by hand.
I dealt with this alot when I was in the corps. Dang drivers would forget to switch the deep water fording valve and fill the engine up with water. I would drain the oil, remove the glowplugs and crank engine by hand. Then I would drain the fuel tank and refill with fresh diesel. Then I would refill with oil change the oil filter, install the glowplugs and attempt to crank the engine over with the starter. Most of the time the engine would fire up and run ok with no problems.
Was this salt water or fresh water?
Good luck I am sure techs will give you all the info you need to get your van back up and running.
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