That is called condensation. When you start the engine the exhaust system/pipes are cold. When the heat from the engine exhaust passes through the exhaust it makes it sweat. That is normal.
That is condensation due to the exhaust system being cold and the heat from the engine makes the exhaust system / pipes sweat. As the exhaust system heats up then that will stop. Now you said WATER not antifreeze. If you had engine coolant running out of the exhaust then it would be the color of the antifreeze and it would be steaming WHITE and then you would have an engine problem, MAYJOR. You said water. Drive it you have no problems. That is normal.
Water condensation coming from the exhaust is normal when the vehicle has been sitting in a wet area, but should stop once it is warmed up. Water from the exhaust after it is warmed up and white smoke from the exhaust is an indication of a blown head gasket.
If this happens only when engine is cold it is a normal condition If this hasppens when engine is at normal operating temperature it may be a sign of head gasket leakage Check to see if oil is getting into coolant or coolant getting mixed with engine oil
water coming from the exhaust is normal not lots but some
White smoke at start up is due to moisture in the exhaust or on a diesel it can be normal due to the engine being cold.White smoke at start up is due to moisture in the exhaust or on a diesel it can be normal due to the engine being cold.
This is normal (condensation) as long as it is not engine coolant dripping out.
It is normal for the exhaust to get hot. It is the result of an internal combustion engine. If the exhaust is red hot then there is a problem, perhaps from excess fuel or incorrect timing.
If the engine is diesel, no that is normal. If the engine is gasoline, yes it is probably burning oil.
if a small amount of water is dripping it is normal condensation from running an engine
You will see steam come from the tailpipe in the winter which is caused by the hot exhaust coming from the engine making contact with the cold metal in the exhaust system. This is normal and no cause for alarm. However if the white smoke does not dissipate almost instantly and seems to continue you may have a blown head gasket. If the exhaust smells sweet you almost certainly have a problem and the gasket is blown. A blown gasket will destroy the engine in time. If you are not sure have it looked at by a professional.
Flames shooting out of race car exhaust pipes is caused by unused fuel passing from the cylinder into the exhaust system and lighting by the heat of the exhaust. Race cars run a different grade of fuel than a normal passenger car so this is common. You have to really soop up a normal car engine for this to happen on a normal car.
exhaust sytem making contact with underside or engine mount damaged/worn, the sound will resonate inside the car but not outside.
Aftermarket? No. Engine has to be manufactured with this built in. The air intake and exhaust is routed differently than a normal non-turbo engine.
This is normal. Water is a byproduct of the combustion reaction that powers the engine. This is normal. Water is a byproduct of the combustion reaction that powers the engine.
corsa 1.5 diesel lumpy at start up with white smoke from exhaust returning to normal after a couple of minuets
When an exhaust pipe is cool, the exhaust will start to allow water vapor to condense. If the exhaust is white you're seeing a vapor cloud; it's normal and unavoidable. Once the engine and exhaust are warm, the vapor cloud should stop.
Water is a by-product of the engine exhaust - in other words: it's normal
Carbon dioxide, CO2, is a normal byproduct of the combustion process in a automobile engine.
Some water/moisture is a normal by product of combustion. Excessive amounts are usually caused be a failed head/headgasket.
fumes in car,louder then normal engine noise,no power (collapsed muffler or clogged catalytic converter, buzzing noise in exhaust. what did i win? g
All header pipes that comes out of the engine on four strokes will glow in low light from the heat. Its normal
Due to the type of metal used in the production of the exhaust pipes, it is very normal for any motorcycle exhaust pipe to turn red when running, especially at an idle. When the bike is moving the air cools the pipe. That is why the street bikes have chrome covers, so you don't see the red/blue pipe.
The cooling fan is coming on cooling the engine. Very normal.
Well for me it is normal.