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Yes.....what you don't want to do when fording water with Exaust submerged is let the rpms drop back too low, such as an idle ....the engine will most probably die and may not start....use low range .....don't go too deep to draw water into the engine or CVT intakes...

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I don't like doing it but I have on occasion let the engine idle when the exhaust was submerged on my Outlander while I helped the guy in front of me get moving again...the Commander I'd imagine is the same but if it stalls you only have a second or two to start the engine again before it gets swamped.
 
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