Question about Dodge Intrepid
First thing I would do is make sure that the fluid you are seeing is not brake fluid but I suspect you would notice a spongy brake pedal. If not then it sounds like what you are seeing is probably water leaking out of the weep hole in the muffler. Modern day catalytic convertors are designed to reduce the emissions coming from the engine into carbon dioxide and water before it leaves the tail pipe. Occasionally this water will condense inside the muffler and leak out of the weep hole. What you are witnessing is most likely normal operation for the vehicle.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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