Anyone have problems with their ignition coil getting wet and failing to fire after doing a water crossing? I've had it happen twice this year, just last weekend crossing this little number. About a 1/2 a mile after the water crossing my bike just died and wouldn't start. So I went to pull the plug only to find the base of the ignition coil where it connects to the plug was wet. So, I pulled the spark plug and it was dry, turned her over, kicked her to make sure there was no water in the cylinders and it was dry. I just don't get how water is getting inside the coil, it seems to have a pretty good rubber seal on it and it definitely seems to be coming in from the top. It is the original coil I got with the bike and it's got well over 1500 miles on it now. Anyone get wet coils on water crossings? Any ideas to seal it a little better?