Question about 2002 Toyota Celica
Water vapor coming out of an exhaust pipe is normal especially when car is cold and pipes are cold. After complete heat-up vapor will appear clear.
It is unlikely that any water could get in your crankcase but you took the extra step to ensure the oil is clean. There was a lot of water in the engines intake and that is what you concentrate on. Dry the top of the engine in the hot sun, after removing all the pockets of water in the intake air system. Add some dry gas and injector cleaner to the gas tank and drive the car enough to clear out any latent moisture. Only if the water damaged a MAF Air Sensor will you need to buy or replace anything. It should start clearing itself up.
Posted on May 26, 2010
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