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Old 09-22-2012, 07:16 PM   #1
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Problem...

Just picked up my jeep yesterday. Discovered a problem.. water spiting out the tail pipe..


More than normal. What can it be? And I dont know all the terms and abreviations so could you explain what it means in dummy talk..


Jeep has a full Banks Power exhaust (tubular headers and eveything to the tail pipe). Hope its not the header gasket....

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Old 09-22-2012, 07:24 PM   #2
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Just condensation...put your hand under it and smell just to make sure

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Old 09-22-2012, 07:27 PM   #3
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Header gasket won't cause that. It's quite a bit, but I've seen that much condensate come out of a tailpipe. How's was the humidity that day?

If you see it spitting, taste it. I don't mean guzzle the stuff, just get a little on your finger and touch it to the tip of your tongue to see if it's sweet. I'm sure someone will chime in about how that's bad for you, but I've been doing it for years and O͛ͬ͂̄̓̀͋͑̈͑̍̚҉͠҉̷͔͍̬͍͇̮̰̗̞̮͔̬̙̱̘H̍͗͌̅̍͒̇͐͑̇ͩͥ̾̐̒̄͡ ̶̷͔͍̼̤͍̥̘̫ ̴̵̲͔̜̙̞̯̱͓̭̅ͧ̀ͪ̾͗ͨ̔̋̀̅̾̉̿̔͢͜G̶̶͕̱͉̯͆͋ͦͩ͛́͞O̓ͯ̏ͯͦ͒̐ ͞҉̢̗̳̹̙̤̜̙̹̲̝͖͈͉̀͞ͅD̷͛̑͛ͣ̅͒̃ͤ͊̆̎ͥ̅̆ͣͯ̃̒͏͏̛͇̮̖͇̣̣͙͡ ͎͎̬͓̣ ̢̡̤̭̱̺̹̠̤̥̟͔͉̯̦̱͇̱̞̆̐ͮ̎̀̕͝W̧̜͉̼̬̰̙̰̤̖̼̼̽̎̅̽́̍͌̉͜͡ͅ ̞̟̻̹̭H̴̶͚̹̼͉̬̻̩̲͙̄̆̍ͩ́ͦ͆̓ͭͤ̽ͥ̍̓̚͠͠͝A̾͂̎̾̅̃̃̅ͪͣ̌̊̌̕ ̸͔̖̤̞͍̖̦̼̗͇͟͞T̸̵̶̜̞̗͕̗̹̘͖̩̖̪̣̎̌̆̊ ̡̋̀̾͌̿͋̿̅̿͗͋̽ͪ̿̿͆̄̚̚͝͝͏̺̞͖̲͉H͚̰̤͍̖͓̹̦̞ͪ̿͋ͦ̍͋ͫ͛͘͘͢͝ ̝A̢̟̖̲̦̭̘̥͖̳͈͈͈̘̤̘͋ͮ̆̑͛ͥ̏ͥ̍͞ͅV̨̫̺͇̭̪̻͒̈ͦͯ̑̔ͥ͋͆͘͝E̅ ̴̻̮̲̠̝͇͇̪̩̖̱͔͈̠̤̼͗̾̃͊͂̏̾̚̕ ̈́ͦ̂ͣͨ̿̅̎͟͏͙̪͇̱͇̙̺̟͕͖̝̩̣̗̦̞̗̮̀͞I̷ͯͩͥ͂͛͛̔̕҉̝͖͍̺̲̰̬͔͉ ̮̙͙͍̝ͅ ̶̹̼͇̭̪̮̭͇͉̻͙͎̦͈͚̖̓͆̏̍̓͌ͨ̍̈́̉ͣ͊ͧ́D̶̼̪̖͍ͣ͐͂̒ͮ̌̌͆͆͐̅́̕ ̯̺͉̙͇̩̠̣͚ͅͅO̴̶͎̮͉̜̲͉̹̰͈͇̩̘̻̣ͣ̏̂̆̓͛͋̅ͯ̔ͅͅN̘̤̊̅ͭͨͨ͟͝ ̘̙E̟͕͓̩̙̥͚͉̳͇͔͓̙̗̖̟͖̣̾ͦ̔ͬ̾ͥ͟͠ͅ
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Thats alot just for condensation, and it has happened evertime i turned it on (3 times today). No loss of power. I will taste/smell it tomorrow morning.
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