posted on Apr, 10 2014 @ 11:21 PM
reply to post by lovebeck
You have got to be kidding, it is called steam / condensation. It is hot exhaust fumes and moisture in the exhaust pipes. If it is blue, it is oil,
white could be coolant. It is because when cold out, it does this from moisture and air temps. You may even notice water dripping from exhaust tips,
or any leaks in the exhaust.
Though these idiots above could be right, but unless it is blue or white and does it all the time, it is what every engine will produce in colder
weather. I have a 94 VW Jetta, with a 96 VR6 engine, and 99.5 trans. Even a brand new car, in front of me, at a red light, will do this. It has
nothing to do with your engine being broke or worn, it is physics. Like a cold bottle of water on a hot summer day, it will collect moisture on the
outside because of air temp difference, so your exhaust on a cold day does the opposite with hot exhaust gases flowing through. You would touch a hot
exhaust pipe would you?
edit on 4/10/14 by SixX18 because: (no reason given)