We drove through a puddle the other day and my Charger stalled out and died and wouldn't restart. We were told that the engine got water in it and hydrolocked and it's now in the shop getting a new engine. The owner of the tow service and our insurance adjuster both told my husband that Chargers are notorious for this issue because of a flaw in the engine because something (the air intake? I'm not even sure) is at the bottom of the engine. I've tried to research it but haven't really found anything to validate what they say. Is this actually an issue with Chargers more than with other cars?