Why is water comming out of carb 98 Pontiac

Asked by Aug 22, 2014 at 05:34 PM about the Pontiac Bonneville

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Water?

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It does not have a carburetor. The last American car sold in the US with a carb was 1990 and the very last was a 1994 Suzuki

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So I am assuming you mean the throttle body, and you didn't give an engine size so I am guessing . It could be a failed intake manifold gasket or even the manifold itself.

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That'd be my guess too, tennisshoes. Many vehicles have a coolant passage that runs around the throttle body to keep it warm in cool damp weather. This prevents throttle plate icing. HTH. -Jim

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