It did handle as close to a dream as it could, but then I took into a dry river bed and found water that may have been 30" deep, went over some bumps and the vehicle is now dead. I had to get my CAT 299 D3 XE to pull it out of moving water. I haven't had time to take it to the dealership yet to find out the exact problem, but I can't get the engine to turn over / on.
I can't imagine anything getting into / under the hood, but I keep reading about all of these sensors and that night, it was rapid fire of every sensor going off. The lights stayed on all night, radio worked fine, but the engine wouldn't budge and the power steering would go in an out.
We've had serious rainfall here and extremely dry weather patterns this summer, but that can't be the reason this vehicle isn't moving right now.
It pretty frustrating.
Thankfully I have an '18 FRAPTOR (F150 Raptor) that is always ready for a good time (still 100% stock minus the tires and air filters)