So this weekend I drove through a pretty big puddle. About half way through it my car died. It wouldn't start so I just figured that the ignition pack had gotten wet and called a friend for a ride home. Went back the following morning and it still wouldn't start. I took the air filter assembly apart and my filter was soaked. Appearently I had sucked water into my cylinders, (Yes, this was a pretty big ass puddle, and yes I am stupid for driving through it.) I changed the oil and it fired up, but was running like ****. I got it to my dad's house and started troubleshooting. I hooked a scanner up to it and it said Ignition Pack Secondary Voltage failure and Cylinder 1 Misfire. I put a brand new ignition pack on it and that didn't help at all (there goes 60 bucks.) I replaced the cylinder one plug and that didn't help either. Anything else I might try or am I just screwed? I feel so damn stupid. BTW it is a 97 Intrepid with a 3.5. Right now I just have Cylinder 1 misfire on the scanner and the check engine light actually flashes instead of staying on solid. Thanks in advanced, any help is much appreciated!