It could be a head gasket or a cracked head. Look at the exhaust manifold for each cylinder on the side that has the white smoke, the cylinder that has the leak will cause that port on the manifold to get super hot. One way to quickly identify which port is to spray some cheap black (or color of choice) paint on the exhaust manifold and fill the radiator and start the engine. The paint on the bad cylinder will burn off first.
You have a blown head gasket. Open your radiator while the engine is running. You should find exhaust coming from it.
There could be a couple of reasons why water is coming from a tailpipe. There could be a blown head gasket on the car or a cracked head. A small amount of moisture is a normal byproduct of the burning of gasoline in the engine.
This engine is running extremely rich. This can be caused by many things. Have it repaired ASAP. Serious engine damage will occur if you continue to drive.
Low oil pressure Low cylinder pressure Anti freeze coming out of the tailpipe (sickly sweet smell) Water in oil Oil in water Frothing or bubbling in radiator
Consider replacing your radiator cap . .
because there is a crack in you engine and its runing over in to it
No I don't, but if you do, you need to have it repaired, or it'll seize the engine
No, the engine exhaust is what comes out of the tailpipe.
look for antifreeze coming out of the radiator as the engine warms up after a cold start.
That water is from condensation which is normal. However, if it is engine coolant you have big problems.
you could have a hole in one of your pipes or hoses that the water went throw.
No. The top hose goes to the engine. The bottom hose feeds from the engine to the heater core back to the radiator.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but if white smoke is coming out of your tailpipe with the engine warmed up it sounds like you are getting engine coolant into one or more of your engine cylinders . ( bad head gasket / warped cylinder head ) Is the coolant / antifreeze mix also going into your engine oil )
Blown head gasket
You've more than likely overheated the engine and cause a head to crack, or you've blown a head gasket and it's going out the tailpipe. Is there steam coming out of the tailpipe?
you should find it attached to the radiator & the water pump. if it is missing, that's where you should put the new one. radiator at the front of the vehicle, engine behind it, water pump on front of engine, with hose, or short metal tube coming out of the bottom of it. the radiator will also have a hose or short metal tube coming out of the bottom of it also,(the radiator should also have another hose coming from it at the top)
The smoke may be because you are overheating the engine. There are several causes for this. Check your fluid level in your radiator. Make sure it is full. Check your thermostat. Change it if it is weak. Check your radiator cap. This needs to be the correct one for the engine. Check all moving parts for your water system. Like the water pump, hoses and fittings.
In the engine and radiatorIn the engine and radiator
Water (condensation) is a normal condition with a cold engine as stated below, but not oil?? Perhaps a bad head gasket/cracked head/ or block Water coming out of the tailpipe is not uncommon. You will probably see on a lot of cars on humid days with water coming out of the tailpipe usually it goes away once your engine and exhausts have warmed up. Check out the links below for better explanation. It also depends on how old your truck is. Trucks with less than 1000 miles on them sometimes have an oily residue exit out of the tailpipe. During maunafacturing of exhaust pipes, lubricants are used to prevent rust. Check the oil with a blacklight because a dye is usually added to initial oil in the engine. If you have a diesel, then you may have oil coming from the engine, loosen the exhaust pipe from the turbocharger and look for signs of oil exiting the tailpipe. If the turbo is leaking oil you probably have worn bearings in it and possibe wheel hub replacement.
Engine overheating, white smoke from the tailpipe, coolant in the oil, air bubbling from radiator with cap off engine cold and running. A compression test will verify if indeed the gasket is blown.
Water coming out the tailpipe means there is water in the exhaust. This is not uncommon when the engine is cold and the exhaust is condensing. That situation should stop when the engine warms up. If the exhaust continues to have water in it after the engine is warmed up it could possibly indicate a leaky head gasket or cracked cylinder head.
Blown head gasket or cracked block.
You have a blown head gasket or cracked head. STOPdriving this vehicle immediately or you will destroy the engine. You must have this repaired.
Pressure test system to observe leak