A lot of the moisture is from combustion, more noticable in colder weather until everything is warmed up when it shows up as vapor.RNOX said:I keep my Nox in the garage the other day I backed out and had to get out and pick something up. I couldn't believe the amount of water coming out of the tailpipe. I don't remember if I hadn't driven it for a few days. Must have gotten a lot of moisture in the exhust system. Far more than my VUE ever did Going to take it on a 3 hour drive this weekend on the NYS Thruway and Northway. This will be the longest drive so far.
Terra-Nox said:A lot of the moisture is from combustion, more noticable in colder weather until everything is warmed up when it shows up as vapor.
Looks like we may have a weather event coming up this weekend, hope you don't run in to much slow traffic.
I think the water was coming out of a weep hole in the muffler. My garage is warmer than last year when I had the VUE since I changed the doors to an insulated pair. My have something to do with it.bballr4567 said:Keep in mind as well that the Terrain has a fairly large muffler and it takes a lot exhaust to heat it up to start to turn that excess water into steam.
On my G8, I get a huge puddle the first time I take off in the morning if I do it hard enough to launch the water out the tips. My wife really thought something was wrong one day when she was following me home from her work.