I'll leave the lawyerese to FoMoCo's lawyers; however, speaking from experience... Took my Gen 2 Raptor off roading with my BIL's Gen 1 Raptor. In what can only be described as unfortunate, he stuck it in the muck (highly fluid mud) over the lower door sills. Not only did water penetrate the seals (flooded the cabin), it also (coincidentally) "shorted" the electric front differential motor ... leaving the Gen 1 immobile until towed out (this resulted in 15 minutes of prolonged exposure to muddy water → flooded cabin). Could this be the result of turning it into a submarine or keeping the truck's lower door seals submerged for 15 minutes?