That and the hot air inside and cold air outside. I think.kokopop said:As I posted on XOC. I too have notice more water, but I am thinking it is due to the winter blend gas that is common in the Northeast.
Bingo! And when the temps change, you get more of this, same thing happens inside your gas tank, so that is why it's good to keep it on the full side, = less water to form in tank. Mufflers make more because they heat up and cool down so much. MClifeinthesouth said:There's a actually a small weep hole in your muffler designed to let the condensation escape to prevent corrosion.