When I go through a car wash I get steam out of the front why

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Asked by Jan 20, 2011 at 04:58 PM about the Ford Mustang

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When I go through a car wash I get steam out the front why

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cold water + hot engine = steam

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ummmm really lol well your moter dose get hot and when water hits it it will put out steam so their is nothing wrong with it its normal

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Thank you

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It's the cool water hitting your hot engine and turning into steam.

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Your weather seals under the hood,located at the top if the inner fenders on both sides of the hood need replacing.A very cheap fix.Take the vin # of your car to your local FORD dealer and they can look up the part # , they are probably less than $12.00 each.

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