Im loosing water from exaust
You really need to give more details. Are you losing cooling liquid? In other words, does the vehicle overheat at any time, or do you have to replenish radiator water regularly?
Seeing water emitting from the exhaust is natural. Gasoline is a hydrocarbon compound, and it is the hydrogen in the molecules that explode in the combustion chamber when oxygen is drawn in from the atmosphere through the air intake and intake manifold, compressed in the engine and ignited by the spark. When hydrogen and oxygen are combined they release explosive energy, which is what makes the engine go.
These gases also form water when they combine, in the form of steam, which is blown out through the exhaust system. The exhaust system is designed to allow the exhaust gases to cool down before releasing them back into the air, and if conditions are right, especially if the air is cool, the steam condenses to water which drips, or even sprays, from the exhaust. This is quite normal.
Feb 21, 2015 |
1992 Toyota Celica