OK, I'm hoping someone will shed light on this - maybe you've had some experience.
As you may know, my 2000 SE is currently stock - mods to come, but that'* a discussion for another time.
I warmed up the car this morning and came out to go to work, and noticed some liquid on the ground behind the car. Upon closer inspection, it was water, directly underneath the muffler (no biggie, I understand condensation is normal.) But it usually comes out the tail pipe, n'est-ce pas? This was coming from the opposite end of the muffler (I know - I had to climb under the car to find it). It also seemed that there was more wetness around the frame of the car and toward the catalytic converter. Is this indicative of a problem with the muffler (puncture/rusting/incorrect installation) or maybe an issue with the catalytic converter? On appearance, the muffler seems to be the original on the car (only 45,000 miles) but there'* no outward signs of rust, just normal age.
Whew, sorry to be so long-winded on a Monday morning. Hope someone can send me in the right direction. Maybe if it'* a big enough issue, it'll force me to dive into the mods....