The engine is getting more fuel than your ingnition system can light causing raw fuel to be dumped into the exhaust.I would suggest you have a mechanic check for fuel injectors staying open,if that is not the problem have an analysis done on your ignition system to check primarily your spark.Make sure you get your vehicle checked as soon as possible,this is extremly dangerous.
No. A bad head gasket would cause water to come out the tailpipe. You will see white smoke. Leaky rings would cause oil to come out the tailpipe. You will see blue smoke.
leaky valve seals
no but it may cause it to stall if exhaust is blocked
Head gasket or cracked head
black is excess fuel
May be a bad fuel pressure regulator.
If you have sparks coming out of this pipe call a licensed electrician or your local building inspector right away.
Often that can be the result of a sticking injector that puts too much fuel into the engine. The fuel will eventually burn somewhere, and that may be when it comes out the exhaust.
White smoke is a symptom of a blown head gasket.
engine coolant getting into an engine cylinder from a bad head gasket , cracked or warped head
It could sink. (The metal's density is greater than water.) It could turn into a ball of flames. (If you dropped a chunk of sodium into graduated cylinder, it would react with flames or sparks.)
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.
wat the #@$!& is a valve cover ...who cares about sparks!!!!
bad plug wire
Yes. It also depending on what kind of stop leak and how much is used.
A broken piston ring is the most common cause of water in the exhaust manifold. A bad valve in the cylinder head can also cause the problem.
what kind of gasoline are you running? and what color is the smoke?
no way your clutch is going to cause smoke from tailpipe i am a toy. tech 15+yrs you may have more than one problem one of them being your mechanic
Inflammable ( and flammable) means something can easily be ignited- like gasoline. Workshop may have sparks or flames that would ignite that material, causing a fire.
A cracked engine block
my guess would be bad piston rings
i would say Jordin Sparks has 8,000,000 dollars
Blue smoke is burning oil.Blue smoke is burning oil.
Water is a by product of the combustion and is normal.
I would say no. It sounds like water is entering the combustion chamber from maybe a bad head gasket.