Don't want to doubt you, but I'd definitely check to make sure it feels lightly oily or even soak some a few drops into a paper towel and see if it ignited (careful of course). Assume it's not running rough / missing occasional firings, right?
This can also be caused by a defective fuel pressure regulator. (Ford Ranger)
When a weird noise comes from the exhaust after stepping on the gas pedal, it could mean that there is a hole in the exhaust pipe. Sometimes the exhaust pipe will rust and need to be replaced.
potato with in whistle in it, jammed into the exhaust pipe?
That would depend what is being exhausted from Natural gas/ OIL # 1,2 ,4 or 6 HUH?
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Exhaust of an engine is a gas.
If its smells like gas, you are putting too much gas in the engine and some is unburnt and going out the exhaust. Exhaust underneath means there is a leak in the system somewhere. If there is no louder noise or hissing, I would expect the catalytic converter is leaking. Have it checked and get a tune up. http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?UseCase=S001&UserAction=viewSimpleDiagInfo&Parameters=info answer bad exhaust pipe
incorrect engine timing so that it misfires
Many people make the mistake of thinking when they see moisture or liquid drip from their exhaust pipe that it is gasoline or petrol. It is only condensation (water) from inside the exhaust. There is nothing wrong with the car.
Exhaust Gas Recirculation. A small amount of exhaust gas is fed back into the cylinder to lower combustion temperatures and lower tail pipe emissions.
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.
CHECK FOR PLUGGED CATALYTIC CONVERTER, MOST OF THESE ARE IN THE LOWER SECTION OF EXHAUST MANIFOLD, IF ITS IN THE PIPE, LOOSEN THE HEAD PIPE ALLOWING THE EXHAUST TO BREATH, RAN INTO MANY OF THESE. GOOD LUCK, BRIAN
Exhaust is an automobiles tail pipe. Emissions are submitted through this pipe into the air. The emissions from the exhaust (tail pipe) is pollution. You can find the exhaust on a vehicle in the rear half of the car sticking out. The exhaust is connected to the engine and the burnt fuel is now in the matter of a gas (emmisions) and it comes out of the exhaust (tail pipe.) The exhaust will be sticking straight out the back, in front of the right rear wheel, or from behind the right rear wheel. Alternatively it can also mean to use up or wear out
Flames will come from the exhaust when raw gas enters the exhaust then ignites. run computer codes for the engine to look for a problem causing the gas to not burn completely.
EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) look for it to be attached to the exhaust manifold or a pipe from the exhaust manifold
For some reason the gas is not completely combusting causing water to be expelled in the exhaust pipe.
The purpose of the flex pipe is to give the exhaust some flexibility. On front wheel cars since the motor is mounted crosswise, when you give it gas the motor rocks and would over time break the exhaust pipe or even the exhaust manifold. On rear wheel drive cars, the exhaust pipe can twist which gives the needed flex. As far as components, it is just a woven metal sleeve over a piece of pipe that isn't attached to the ends of the flex tube. The outside woven part allows the exhaust to flex.
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The opposite side of the exhaust pipe. If its dual exhaust, whatever side works best for manufacturing.
no lol its just louder it adds 50 hp what if the twin exhaust is the some size of the single exhaust
Condensation forms in the exhaust system while it is cooling and as gas fumes pass through the system it bound to smell that way. If large amounts of water come out of the exhaust it may be a sign that there is a blown head gasket, cracked head or block causing water from the cooling system to enter the cylinders.
Depending on if you do the cheap... Kind where only one exhaust pipe is actually being used then nothing... But if you get a legit type of exhaust, a.k.a. FlowMasters, O-flow, Magna exhaust, etc. Then you would have to pipes hooked up to the engine... Which means more exhaust, which can sometimes make it harder for the engine to generate heat which would take up more gas not a lot but it would take up more gas...