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.
A cracked head could also at fault.
sounds like you need a new head gasket
It could, depending on the cause of the misfire.
Could be the header pipe which usually contains a catalytic converter.
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.
Probably coolant in the oil from a blown head gasket which might also cause excessive steam from the tailpipe and hard starting. The coolant also could get into the oil through a crack in the engine block.
Yes. White smoke is an indication of a coolant leak which could be caused by an intake gasket
supercharger seals could be bad
here is hoping it is a head gasket. it could also be a cracked block,or a cracked head.
Depending on the location of the blowout or crack, it could seep water into the oil, or oil into the water. In some cases, the blown head gasket could seep water into the exhaust manifold, which will cause steam or water to come out of the tailpipe. If the blowout or crack is in one of the cylinders, you will loose compression and cause your engine not to start.
Clogged injector, burnt valves, blown head gasket, bad intake gasket. spark plugs.
they have elected a pope? in cold weather it is normal to see white smoke coming out of your tailpipe. the one you have to worry about is the black or the blue smoke
a bad head gasket or intake manifold gasket.
black smoke means your burning oil and the head gasket will go sometime soon
It could be multiple problems. check your coolant level, it could also be your Lower intake gasket or even a head gasket.
A leaking head gasket could cause this.
maybe you are burning it in you cylanders?
It could lead to it indirectly, but it won't be a direct cause.
No, only a blown head gasket or cracked head will cause coolant to mix with the oil. A leaking valve cover gasket will only cause oil to leak onto the engine block externally.
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).
Yes it sure can.
Yes it could.
Your head gasket could have let go. If that isn't it then a valve or piston has broken.
Thare are a number of things that could cause compression loss, Like bad valve, rings, or the head gasket.