Is it a boom? If so, then the car is getting too much gas when you start it. Check the fuel injector(s) and the carburator.
If this noise is like a loud ticking at a fast pace, it would be your starter going bad. If the noise is a loud boom/pop sound from the rear of the car, it would possibly be that the exhaust is backfiring..... not sure how to fix that aspect to fix the issue.
experts said to much gas at starting...they all were wrong.car had a old battery..put in a new one and problem fixed
A bad axle will cause that sound
The gas making the popping noise is hydrogen.
could be the CV jopints of the car
A leaking manifold seal on the intake will cause a popping noise on the 1996 Honda Accord. This can heard most clearly on days when the weather is cold because the seals tend to shrink.
It can be a defective CVC-joint or other things. Have it inspected by a qualified mechanic and they will find the cause of the popping noise.
A front popping on the left of a 98 Blazer could be the brakes, steering, or wheel bearing. Check all three to find the cause.
The popping noise can be caused by a bad year in the rear end. The popping noise can also because by a bad you joint.
Replace the speakers. Adjust the Fade/Balance and listen to find which speaker is popping. The popping noise is most likely from a broken cone in the speaker
Possible causes of popping/grinding noises when turning:Wheel bearingsCV joint / axleBrakesSee "Related Questions" below for more
One cause of a popping noise from the front end while backing up in cold weather is the drive shaft. A mechanic can help find the problem.
If it pops when turning it is most likely the CV joints.
If by "popping noise" you mean backfire, it could be crossed ignition wires, or some sort of misfire.