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It's really cold out...but dry on the roads. I had my car parked after a nice fast drive, and noticed there is a big wet patch under the exhaust pipes...about mid car. I could not get under the car, but there is a joint that has a lot of moisture around it on the exhaust pipes.
Is that normal? Is it condensation, and if not, what could be leaking there? I recently lowered the car (eibach pro) and have draged the underside a couple of times...but not really badly (or so i thought).
 

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Iv'e seen drain holes in mufflers that drip to let out the condensation but if yours is leaking at a joint you may just have to snug up the clamp a little
 

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I think this is where the water run off from the rear window ends up. I havent looked from inderneat, but noticed it seems to drop out right around the mufflers. Just what I noticed when washing.
 

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A service writer at the dealership I go to said that there are weep holes in the mufflers to help drain condensation. This is perfectly normal.
 
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