Just on the subject of that snork cap, one of the little jobs you should think about, (especially if that cap has been off for any length of time) is getting the filter out and having a look and then cleaning up the tin drum it lives in! Mine had some nasty rust. It is well made so even big flakes dropping off like on mine were not too bad, check all the seams, water seems to run down and pool around the seams, I cleaned all the rusty bits first with a screwdriver to get the chunks off and then with a wire brush, after which I greased it all. Its no good thinking all is Ok then going into deep water which gets in through a rust hole hidden under the filter drum causing ££££ damage. Just on the subject of the odd water splash, I note that there is a rubber (leaf/debris collector in the bottom of the filter drum and I,ve seen vids of SBU,s in deep water with the fans/pulleys throwing water all round the engine bay and out through the filter side of the grille!!!!!! doesn,t water get sucked through the rubber thing into the engine???? or when going through deep stuff is there a blanking cap????? I check my filter often enough that I can live without the rubber thing and I am going to blank it off. Is there a special reason why I shouldn,t blank it off?