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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Good Evening-

My question is in regards to gasoline that leaks and drips from
a(Tacoma)tailpipe with clutch. Is it wrong or is it right?

I will be grateful for any general information that you can send.

-Oscar


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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
When the engine is cold, it is common for water vapor to condense inside the
tail pipe, and drip out.

You should notice other cars in the morning that are still cold and are
blowing out a very light vapor of white steam. The drips you are asking
about are condensed vapors. It's the same thing. It is normal.




"Walt" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Good Evening-
>
> My question is in regards to gasoline that leaks and drips from
> a(Tacoma)tailpipe with clutch. Is it wrong or is it right?
>
> I will be grateful for any general information that you can send.
>
> -Oscar
>
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> Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com
>
 
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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
On Thu, 28 Dec 2006 19:30:41 -0500, "Walt" <[email protected]> found
these unused words floating about:

>Good Evening-
>
>My question is in regards to gasoline that leaks and drips from
>a(Tacoma)tailpipe with clutch. Is it wrong or is it right?
>
>I will be grateful for any general information that you can send.
>
>-Oscar


If you're sure that it is not condensate from the muffler system but actual
fuel, then it is -=definitely=- WRONG!
 
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