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Old 04-16-2013, 02:21 PM   #1
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First problem: is it common for my car to make a pop sound after I break from my car being in park? For instance, I start my car up before I leave school and put it in reverse and pull out. I can break in reverse and no pop...So I shift it into drive and get to the end of my drive way and apply the breaks and it makes a big POP sound, like a metal sliding out from metal sound. After applying the breaks it doesnt pop anymore.

Second problem: When I'm driving I can hear a slight rattle coming from the passenger door/glove box area. It only makes a noise when the car is moving. Also, when I hit a small bump, I hear a chirping sound. By a small bump I mean the smallest bump, still makes a chirp. Not sure if it could be 1 thing making both sounds or not...Any clues?

Notes: Car has a 100,000 mile warranty on it. 38,9xx miles as of today.
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Are you applying the e brake when u park?


Let somebody else drive and u sit on the passenger side and find that noise.
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Are you applying the e brake when u park?


Let somebody else drive and u sit on the passenger side and find that noise.
No e brake
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Alot of mustangs make a dash rattle in the passenger and driver sides. I know theres a TSB for it. I belive its TSB 08-24-10. Hope that helps
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Alot of mustangs make a dash rattle in the passenger and driver sides. I know theres a TSB for it. I belive its TSB 08-24-10. Hope that helps
But it had never rattled before. And what is TSB?
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TSB is Technical Service Bulletin and the date its issued on. I have rattling in the passenger side dash also, but only when in park or have come to a stop. I would like my car so much more if it could be fixed.
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Alot of the dash rattle people get is because Ford put some like felt pads in the sides of the dash. After some time, the pads wear out and causes the dash to rattle. One time my passenger sun visor thing was making a lot of noise and it was driving me crazy. So sometimes the rattle is in a place you least expect
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