Question about 1990 Nissan 300ZX
Would that screw up the pistons? It started to smoke
How did it get in there, and how much are we talking? Did you ingest a bunch of it through an aftermarket air intake? Or were you changing spark plugs in the rain and got a little in that way? The amount that made it in will matter a lot in this case. Water doesn't compress the way a fuel/air charge will, so any signficant amount of water in the engine can cause serious trouble. If it's just a very small amount, don't sweat it - it'll likely burn off during regular combustion.
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