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Q: Noise when a 2015 vehicle is started

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The car sometimes when I turn it on, just go "chi, chi, chi." I've changed the spark plugs. It's a 2015, 6-cylinder.

It’s a 2015, so it should still be under warranty. Take it back to the dealer and let them fix it for free. If it’s cranking and not starting, and it’s a 2015, then that’s not your problem. Let the dealer fix it for free under warranty. If for some reason they won’t help you, YourMechanic offers mobile technicians that will be able to diagnose and repair your starting issue.

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