I assume you mean smoke and water are coming from the A/C vents. I suspect you are seeing steam and coolant. You probably have a heater core leaking.I assume you mean smoke and water are coming from the A/C vents. I suspect you are seeing steam and coolant. You probably have a heater core leaking.
That "mist" is more than likely coolant steam coming from a leaky heater core. Replacing the heater core is your best option.
The air is off.
If the vents are inside the cab of the truck, this could mean you have blown your heater core.
It mean water evaporate from the heat.
i would get some one to check that out it sounds pretty scarry! i would stay out of that room for a while.
Fuel level, heat or air conditioning up, both high and low, high only, floor only. Center vents are for air conditioning output only, no heat. Heat is designed to blow out side and floor vents only. NOT center. Center is only for air conditioning or summer vents.
Boiling water has a lower latent heat than steam. Steam is the transition from liquid to gas for boiling water. If by boiling water you mean liquid water at the temperature of 100 degrees Celsius then yes, steam has a higher latent heat.
Generally, with that smell- the heater core has gone bad.
heater core is shot and you have to get a new one
From the vents or from an AC line? If you're tracing your lines, and you feel heat coming off of the smaller lines, that's normal... refrigerants gets heated and superheated as it cycles.. the operation of AC is a series of heat exchanges.If you're getting it out of your vents, then there's a condition in your system which is preventing the AC system from providing sufficient cooling. It could be a number of reasons why, and AC diagnosis really isn't a do-it-yourself task.
if it's coming from the tail pipe or an exhaust leak, it means you have a blown head gasket!
Essentially, it means you are screwed. Shouldn't have bought a jeep.
Bad blend door, blockage in the duct system, or defective blower motor are all possibilities.
One definition is to remove unwanted creasing in clothes by the application of pressure, heat and steam.
Steam which is small
If you mean nuclear fission, then this does not generate electricity directly. The energy released is essentially light/heat energy and this is used to heat water to produce steam. The steam is then used to drive turbines/generators to produce the electricity.
Steam in Spanish is "vapor".
"light energy." If you mean the heat coming from light, it's "thermal energy."
I think you mean the heat coming from the light. If you are trying to ask this, then its the process of percipitation.
If you mean "Is steam a gas", then yes. Otherwise...What?
If by dry steam you mean superheated steam then dry steam because it has a higher calorific value
Jammed blend door or blockage in the ducts if you mean to say air isn't blowing through at all.
You mean how much heat energy will be lost/transferred as you are losing Joules here. All in steam, so a simple q problem and no change of state. 2.67 kg = 2670 grams q = (2670 grams steam)(2.0 J/gC)(105 C - 282 C) = - 9.45 X 105 Joules ----------------------------------- This much heat energy must be lost to lower the temperature of the steam.
This means your cat could be coming into it's heat.