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This is a discussion on water coming out of exhaust? within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Ok so i just recently put on a sti axle back for my 02 wrx. After driving a few miles ...

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    water coming out of exhaust?

    Ok so i just recently put on a sti axle back for my 02 wrx. After driving a few miles i noticed that light white smoke and water drops were coming out of the tip. Should i be worried? It has been raining here and it could've been outside could that also be the cause?

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    Water is normal. Exhaust is heated, absorbs moisture, then cools and condenses.

    Did you use PB blaster or WD-40 during the install? In all likelihood, this is the source of the smoke.

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    Thanks for replying so quick! Yeah you just solved my problem thanks!

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