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    sti driven then shut off and dripping sound

    I got a 07 sti and Ive been hearing alot of noises but most of them are normal. After I drive the car and turn it off, I hear something is leaking on something metal. I checked underneath the car and the oil level and found nothing wrong. It sounds like its coming from underneath or maybe near the engine. But nothing is leaking to the floor. It stops after like 5-10 mins. Any1 know if this is normal?

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    My 07 makes some noises after it's turned off. Mostly popping and crackling (heat in exhaust).

    Without a more descriptive description it's hard to tell. If you have doubts just take it back to the dealership.
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