My bmw runs fine but I have alot of water coming out of the tailpipe.What could cause this to happen and how can I fix it.Thanks RW
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1992 BMW 325i Question: Water coming out of tailpipe
Bret Bodas from RepairPal Test Shop, May 27, 2009, 09:59Master
Water from the tailpipe is normal while the engine is warming up, but will eventually stop as the engine reached operating temperature.
Reply1234567r, May 27, 2009, 12:34Rookie
Bret I have ran the car for 4 hours and it is still coming out.I have no water in the oil no oil in the water very little white smoke everthing seems fine.Can a car put out that much water on its own? Thanks for the reply rog
ReplyBret Bodas, May 28, 2009, 16:15Master
As long as the coolant level is OK and it's not dropping, it may just be normal. If everything is operating normally then I wouldn't worry about it. Heck, we are going to need some water out here come summer, just bottle it up and send it our way!
Reply1234567r, May 28, 2009, 20:19Rookie
You where 100% right I did more checks and found I was wrong thanks Bret.Rog
Answer #2Desertradiatorguy April 16, 2010, 22:06Enthusiast
Carefully monitor your temp gauge and note any additional water or antifreeze added. Write it on the radiator- next to the filler cap if you have to.
You don't even want to think about tearing down a BMW for inspection or repair.
If you have that Aluminum Engine, the whole lower block - not just the heads - you'll have a nightmare if one the bolts strip out while being REMOVED.