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Old 12-16-2019, 07:18 PM   #1
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Steam/vapor from hood scoop

I just picked up a 2019 Z06, drove to work this morning. It was under 50 degrees and humid, we had rain the other day and condensation on the car this morning.
As I approached the gate of the base, I drove over some rumble strips and then I was in a line of traffic waiting for my ID check. As I idled in traffic a light mist of steam started flowing out of the hood scoop. Engine temps were spot on, car has less then 150 miles on it.
I am assuming water droplets fell onto the radiator or broke free inside the radiator fan ducting and the radiator vaporized it to steam.
As soon as I got moving it was gone and I never saw it again.

Am I correct in my assessment, or am I heading to the dealer for a check??
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I'd drive it and forget it. A dealer could never replicate what happened anyway
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