My 1995 Ford Windstar van has a place along the exhaust system ahead of the muffler which allows water (resulting from combustion) to drip out. I don't see anything similar with the 2007 Sienna van I just bought. Does this mean very short drives would leave water in the exhaust system and rust out the muffler? I realize longer drives would heat up the system enough to evaporate the water; also the combustion process would be more efficient after the engine reaches normal operating temps. I also note that temperature stays around the middle of the gauge all the time on long drives with the Sienna, where as in the Windstar, the temperature would get very high, then drop quickly once the two fans came on. This was supposed to keep the engine running most efficiently.