Q: Honda pilot 2013 making noise "woodpecker" like while we are trying to charge the battery. Thd noise stops if push on the brake.

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Honda pilot 2013 making "woodpecker" noise, while we are trying to charge the battery. The noise stops if push on the brake. What's causing the noise?
My car has a manual transmission.

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