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if it does it when the a/c is on than its moisture/condensation from evaporator ---if it comes out of exhaust moisture from air being condensed and being pushed out by exhaust dont confuse with steam if steam white cloud which could mean engine /head gasket problems
It means that everything is working as intended. One of the byproducts of engine combustion and the catalytic process is water. It is perfectly normal for small amount of water to drip from the exhaust.
Try by using a hair drier. Remove head light assembly from vehicle. Remove the bulb for the head light, Use the hair drier through the bulb hole to remove condensation. If water gets in the head light. Drill a small hole on bottom to release the water. Some times you can remove the condensation from the head light if its not bad by using the drier on the outside of the head light, with out removing it. Good-Day!
A tiny amount of water when you first start the vehicle is normal, as the catalytic converters will condense some moisture.
If it spews water or steam constantly, I hate to tell you... it's a head gasket or cracked head. SORRY! :(
You have water getting into the sump. Have a compression test done to check the head gasket and cracked head.. The water may be coming in from pin holes (Corrosion ) behind the water pump impellor in the aluminium housing
means theres moisture or water in your oil
if the car is running okay and not shown any problems then its okay
moisture build up could be from short runs and the car never really warming up enough
a long run should get rid of all the moisture evaporate it
HI. It is normal for a car to drip some fluid out of the tailpipe when first started and for several minutes after, as well. The fluid is condensation (water) that occurs. Sometimes, it can pick up some black soot from the tailpipe, which would give it a dark color. This is not a problem.