Water from your tailpipe could just be condensation, it is caused by a difference between the exhaust temperature and the surrounding air plus the presence of humidity. If it is coolant ( smells sweet )and you are losing coolant from your radiator you probably have a bad head gasket. Overheating can cause a head gasket to blow which can be caused by a bad water pump so in a roundabout way yes.
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.
you could have a hole in one of your pipes or hoses that the water went throw.
I would check and make sure that isn't just water. Condensation occurs on the inside of the tailpipe as the vehicle warms up... If you had gasoline coming into your tailpipe you would experience backfiring, extreme backfiring.
That water is from condensation which is normal. However, if it is engine coolant you have big problems.
white smoke=water. probably the intake or intake manifold.
condensation when hot exhaust meets cooler outside air
Steam from the tailpipe, and water in the oil means you have a faulty head gasket. Not a good thing. The steam is the antifreeze/water coolant leaking into the heads (bad gasket) getting heated by the engine and coming out as steam. The water in the oil is the same deal, but it;s collecting in the oil so it isn't coming out of the tailpipe. You need a new head gasket. I promise.
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?
cracked heads, water and oil are mixing
Very normal. It is condensation. Very normal. It is condensation.
Its water in the gasoline mixture. When the car is first started, the engine temperature is not high enough to evaporate the water in the gas, so the water travels out the exhaust pipe
Typically, it would be due to condensation formed when the hot exhaust gases come into contact with the much cooler outside air. Worst case scenario, it could be the result of a blown head gasket (although water coming out of the tailpipe wouldn't be the only effect from that).
small amounts of water coming from the muffler is normal but if its antifreeze its not
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.
Water is a by product of the combustion and is normal.
your moms vag juices not water
If only when cold--probably condensation NormalIf when hot probably head gasket starting to leakAnswerThe water coming from the exhaust system/tailpipe is simply condensation, and is normal on all automobiles.
if it is lowering oil and water both and is not leaking it may have a blown head gasket and it is going out the tailpipe
Blown head gasket. Imagine a cylinder with 4 slots around the outside of the cylinder, and then put a cap on the cylinder with corresponding slots so the slots all meet at the top but are kept separate to the cylinder and then you fill the slots with water, you could say you effectively have a "water jacket" around the cylinder. In order to keep the water out of the cylinder, you must have some sort of material to stop the water leaking in. The material is called a gasket. When it no longer seals, you then have a problem. The gasket is inexpensive but to get to it is time consuming and , thus expensive. Sorry. --------------- Actually, it is normal to see water coming out of a tailpipe. That is merely condensed water vapor as a by-product of the combustion process. Look around on a cold morning and you will see water vapor (white smoke) coming out of most cars. As the car warms up,the exhaust heats up ant the water vapor/water stops coming out of your tailpipe. Unles you smell or see anti-freeze coming out of the tailpipe, dont worry about the water.
Water is a normal result from an internal combustion engine.
Water and carbon are byproducts of combustion. Its all good...
Yep. Don't run it this way. This means that water is also in the oil and will ruin the engine. I found out the hard way.
water in the tailpipe is normal. if you are trying to get a bunch out, just drive quickly up a steep hill.