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Humming sound in my 1998 Plymouth Neon

I just bought my car a week ago. It has been babied all it's life. The previous owner has maintained it very well and it has only got 130km's on it. I noticed on the way to work that it has a humming sound. It seems to only start after I have driven the car for a little bit. I am the second female owner and would like to know if someone could please help me out as to what it might be so that I don't get ripped off at a Mechanics Shop. It has had a new head gasket in 2005 and a new timing belt as well. Puzzled in Alberta Canada

Cheers, Cindy

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Check the exhaust cover & exhaust pipe, all the way to the tip of the muffler. u might have an exhaust leak somewhere

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