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What happens if water went into exhaust pipe of truck?


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2008-11-28 03:32:43
2008-11-28 03:32:43

blown head gasket or cracked block blown head gasket or cracked block

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go to the back of the truck and find the exhaust pipe, point a flash light into the pipe. they are at the end of the pipe

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Not much. When the exhaust pipe is cold, water vapor will condense as the exhaust cools on the pipe. After the pipe heats up, the vapor will not condense. Remember that the combustion of hydrocarbon fuel produces both carbon dioxide AND water vapor as a normal part of the process. All gasoline engines produce water vapor and all water vapor condenses if the exhaust pipe is cool.

moisture builds up in there it happens no big deal Water is a byproduct of combustion which is expelled with the exhaust. -LubeExpert

It is in the exhaust pipe up by the engine exhaust manifolds.

To dump the exhaust on a truck you first need to cut off the straight pipes that make up this system. You can then attach a curved pipe to direct the exhaust downward from the vehicle instead using a tailpipe.

EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) look for it to be attached to the exhaust manifold or a pipe from the exhaust manifold

An exhaust pipe is used to excrete the co2 from the gas that has been burned in the engine it is usually snakes to thw back or side of the truck so that it is out of the way. If you get a bigger exhaust pipe than the stock one you can usually get some more power from your engine. You can also get an exhaust kit with a switch the can change the amount of exhaust exiting the pipes.

Water comes out of all tailpipes no matter how minimal. The combustion reaction of burning gasoline (C8H18) and oxygen (02) produces carbon exhaust (Cx) and water (h20) thus leaving water in your tailpipe. Water can also appear in an exhaust pipe due to condensation. Water in an exhaust pipe is perfectly normal and is of no harm to your vehicle, or any vehicle.

with water and towels. but remember to use an exhaust plug so you don't get water inside your exhaust pipe.

Carbon dioxide and water are the products of burning.

Start at the exhaust manifold and follow the exhaust pipe toward the rear of the vehicle and you will find the O2 sensor.

It will either blow out or the car will continuously stall.

it is on under the truck on the exhaust pipe right under the drivers door

For some reason the gas is not completely combusting causing water to be expelled in the exhaust pipe.

Unburned fuel in the exhaust system causes the backfire from the exhaust pipe.

On a 5.2 L dodge ram 2 wheel drive, underneath the truck on the exhaust pipe there are two of them. One is directly in front of the Cat. converter, the other is directly behind. They are on the top (truck side) of the exhaust pipe, so they are hard to see, but you will see wires from them. The only wires that you will see leading to the exhaust pipe. Warning, extremly hot exhaust pipe(s) can cause severe burns, be sure the pipe(s) have cooled down before replacing these O2 sensors. A special tool may be needed to remove the sensors.

In the exhaust pipe, near the engine.In the exhaust pipe, near the engine.

The black gunk that comes out of the exhaust pipe when starting the car is probably carbon buildup within the exhaust system. Carbon buildup happens when the engine is not burning fuel as efficiently as it can.

water coming from the exhaust pipe or water in the oil.check dip stick for this.

In the exhaust pipe, at the back of the engine.In the exhaust pipe, at the back of the engine.

It is in the exhaust pipe on the back of the engine.It is in the exhaust pipe on the back of the engine.

put in dual exhaust or a bigger pipe that should give u the result ur lookin for

under truck passenger side before cat on top of exhaust pipe

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