2001 Windstar Dripping water out exhaust

What might this mean? Very clear liquid, had run the air conditioning if this would matter. Thanks for any help!!
Dean

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wrote:

lmfao ever take chemistry??
its water its a product of burning hydrocarbons
lmfao u go girl
hurc ast
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On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 23:23:07 GMT, snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com wrote:

What the resident idiot is trying to say is that if it is just a little bit of condensed water running out as the system warms up you've got nothing to worry about. (i.e just a few drops / not more than 1/2 cup).
However if it continues to do so when the engine and exhaust is hot you may have to get it inspected.
PS A/C water tends to run out near the condenser (at the front of the vehicle.
Good luck, likely it's nothing to worry about.
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Dean Caudle wrote:

Internal combustion engines create water when running. The water is created in the form of steam. However until the exhaut system heats up, the water will condense in the cool muffler and liguid water can and does run out the exhaut. After the muffler heats up, the water vapor doesn't condense and exits the exhaust system as steam.
Ed
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