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Old 04-01-2010, 04:03 PM   #1
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yesterday after driving for about 30 mins stopped in a parking lot checked my exhaust muffler was leaking still. Noticed too that water was dripping on to the ground from my exhaust pipe. was 7 inch diamater of water spot on the ground from the the water coming out of the exhaust.

Is this normal for a v8? Would I have to do a air intake manilfold gasket or head gasket repair?
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Old 04-01-2010, 04:29 PM   #2
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There's a good chance you've got a head gasket leak and you're buring coolant. Does your exhast smell sweet? If so, you're buring coolant.
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Depend on outside temp. It could be just condensation, but check the coolant level and look at oil dipstick. If the oil is "milky" then time for "head job".
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Your thinking to hard, I dought very much it has a coolant leak(head gasket) problem. Depending on outside temp, exhaust system temp , and driving habits this all sounds about normal. Incidently that is why the manufacturers put drain holes in the mufflers in the first place.
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Try running a bottle of HEAT through it. Also try a different gas station.

I use to have some dripping that looked like more to normal to me, put a bottle of heat through it and I have been using only Shell Gasoline.

Havent seen a drip in some time. Could have been something else, also if you're running AC doesnt water come out the exhaust?
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