Why is my car making a popping noise when I change the gear to drive?

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Asked by DSSS Apr 07, 2015 at 11:01 PM about the 2014 Hyundai Accent GS 4-Door Hatchback FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car has been making a popping noise when I change the gear to drive and accelerate.
This only happens if I haven't driven it for at least 1 day. It is a 2014 Hyundai accent with
15,000 miles.

5 Answers

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Sound,s like the throw out bearing in the tranny is sticking,it,s under warranty ,go let hyundai deal with the issue.Or you may give it a little more time to wear the bearing in at this milage,but if it continue,s ,,go have it fixed.

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T_S_T I always use the emergency break when parking the car. Could that be causing the problem? When I change the gear to drive the car doesn't roll, but once I start accelerating it makes the popping sound and starts moving.

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110,985

That help,s,,yes using the emergency brake may be causing the brake,s to stick,,

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Thank you for your help T_S_T!!

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