That's exactly what it is, water. The products of combustion are water and carbon dioxide. While the exhaust stays hot the water comes out as high temperature steam, usually you don't even notice it. When the exhaust pipe and/or outside temperature is cold enough the exhaust will cool and some of the water vapor will condense into steam and possibly even water that drips from a weep hole in the muffler. If you're seeing a little water drip from the muffler, everything is working as designed.
Coolant leaking out from exhaust is bad news, probably a cracked head or bad head gasket or both. Be sure it is coolant that is leaking and not just plain water. Plain water is normal to drip out the exhaust, it's caused by condensation.
Not to worry. That would be dirty water from condensation leaking from a weep hole in the muffler. This is normal.
Sounds like water pump needs replacing The main pulley is near the top of the engine. The water pump is toward the front of the engine. It is possible that water appears to be leaking from this pulley, but there is a manifold gasket right above it. Double check to find exactly where the water is exiting the engine block. My first hunch is a leaking gasket.
possibly the exhaust has a hole in it allowing the emmissions water which normal runs out of the tail pipe to run out rusted hole in muffler or exhaust pipe system. Does your truck bed have water in it from a recent rain storm ? The only other thing back there is the gas tank itself, but you would smell gas if that is leaking in liquid form.
Hose leaking Water pump leaking
Perhaps water pump is leaking?
This could be numerous factors, however, the most likely of factors would be either the TP valve leaking or the hot water heater irtself is leaking (burst).
Are you referring to a loud exhaust sound? If so, it could be (Going from the engine back to the tailpipe) a cracked or leaking exhaust manifold - a leaking exhaust pipe - a leaking catalytic converter - a leaking muffler. That covers the exhaust system. If you are talking about a noisy clattering sound in the engine, you could possibly need a valve adjustment.
A hole in the muffler would cause a knocking sound in your muffler. A loose exhaust pipe can also cause a knocking noise.
the lead that goes to radiator came out, when l put back in would not hold and now leaking, water pressure was low and water is funny colour (kinda red)
maybe your radiator is broken and you need to get a new one or just get a reparation if the radiator starts leaking when is in use it may be leaking because of the pressure of the water.
A perfect running car produces power by changing fuel into water and CO2. The engine is warm enough that the water is normally vapor. Cold engines on a cold day may spit some water. Condensation in the muffler also causes this issue to an extent.
is there any formation of aquaregia inside a vehicle muffler..? any answers..!! I assume you mean from the tail pipe. Water is a bi-product of combustion & is expelled with the exhaust. -LubeExpert
This would be caused by a leaking heater core, or a leak in the plumbing associated with it.
Roof leaking, wall leaking, soffit leaking from ice buildup on roof. First thing would be to go into attic and see if there is any signs of water, if there are no signs of water that means it is coming from the outside wall .
the water then appears coulerless
just if your worried buy a new muffler. but i would say not to bad. it will dry up. It really depends how much water you are talking about. Was water placed into the muffler say during a car wash? Or could it be coolant from a blown head gasket? Most modern mufflers actually create water through a chemical reaction. So if you are seeing a little drip out of the drain hole you are probably ok.
Find another mechanic.
well one thing i would cheak is you muffler it could be leaking out there if so you have a craked block --- I had a '93 Passat with a bad head gasket. The water was leaking into cylinder #1 and evaporating into the exhaust, completely bypassing the oil. The VW mechanic said this was not uncommon. The car passed the coolant pressure test, but when the mechanic pulled the spark plugs he could see the coolant in the cylinder using a flashlight.
start with your head A muffler with holes in it would sound like a muffler with holes in it, terrible. Drilling holes in the muffler would increase the chance of getting exhaust fumes in the vehicle which is a bad thing.
Some moisture (water) is a normal combustion byproduct. Excessive amounts, with a sweet smell, is an indication of an engine burning antifreeze.
Leaking from the water pump at the back on the passenger side.
Where is it leaking from? Could leak from the radiator, hoses, or water pump.
It is already available.
Faulty pump, return it for another.