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Old 03-06-2005, 01:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello, i have a 96 328 and today i noticed a lot of water dripping out of the tail pipe and since its relatively chilly a white smog is coming out too, it seems like steam, well i hope it is since there is a lot of water. Is this okay, or is something not right, the last thing i had changed was a pcv valve a month ago, i dunno if that has any relation. I would appreciate some help.
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its normal.. everycar i have ever seen does this!!

its just the warm exhaust, hittin the damp cold air, which is causing condensation to build up... then drip out!! no biggie!
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Originally posted by Cruzin 323is@Mar 6 2005, 01:07 AM
its normal.. everycar i have ever seen does this!!

its just the warm exhaust, hittin the damp cold air, which is causing condensation to build up... then drip out!! no biggie!
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It doesnt seem bad your right but it is new, which is why it seems peculiar, bc i havent seen this before on my car..and the water is like a leaky faucet, like a puddle formed with in a few min...but if its normal then thats cool, thanks man.
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in a combustion reaction, like the one going on in your engine, there are two products at the end of the reaction. the first is carbon monoxide and the other is dihydro oxide or in other words, water.
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