So im heading home yesterday and it was pouring cats and dogs, viability was about 2 cars. Roads were were alittle flooded, nothing to be concerned about even with a CAI. But then when I go to make a right-hand turn onto another street, flooded like crazy (about 2 feet deep). So I try to coast thru it with minimal throttle when I started to come to a stop, about 1/3 into the turn, my car died...just shut off..no power what so ever. Pushed it into the nearest parking lot (while standing in 2 feet of water). First thing I did was feel my CAI filter....soaking wet. Let the rain die down, let thing dry out a bit (wires), and try to turn it over...real weak battery. Get out the jumper cables, let charge for 5 minutes...1 crank and dies. 10 more minutes...2 cranks and dies. 15 more minutes...2 cranks and dies. Call a flat bed and towed to my house (out of road side assistance period). Put a fan on it for a few hours and tried to jump it again...after 30 minutes of charging 2 cranks and dies. Radio stations reset and driver side window; non-auto. Pulled dip stick and normal oil consistency. So I dont think I hydro locked (/me knocks on wood). The battery doesnt seem to want to take the charge. So now it has a fan on it drying out more until I get home (9 hour duration) which should be fully dry by then. If it wont take a jump; get a new battery.......any other suggestions?