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1993 CHEVERLET Z71 MOTOR IS A 350 WHAT THINGS COULD CAUSE WATER OR GAS TO DRIP OUT OF THE TAIL PIPES

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That would be water caused by condensation.When your exhuast pipes are cold and you start your truck motor is getting warmer it causes condensation to form then its pushed out the exhuast.HOPE THIS HELPS!!

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A little water is normal to come the exhaust. condensation. Gas would not come out of the exhaust, it would blow out the exhaust as in boom

Posted on Apr 27, 2011

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