The brakes and transmission were replaced in my car. It also needed a new starter because the key would not come out of the ignition. So I took my car to the dealership to get these replaced. While there, the catalytic converter started making a popping noise. I felt like the ones working on the car were just guessing at the diagnosis because they didn’t fix the problem. I’ve been back several times, but I still need help. Could you please tell me what you think will solve these problems?
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The exhaust would need to have been removed when the transmission was done and may have been installed back on incorrectly or is misaligned causing the popping noise. A popping noise is usually due to a leak in the exhaust connections. If you want to have this verified, a certified technician from YourMechanic can come to your car’s location to diagnose the noise and proceed with the appropriate repairs.
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