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This is a discussion on Glass Bottles Clanking Together within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I've had this car since September. It's an '02 WRX Wagon, with full exhaust and some brake work. When After ...

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    Glass Bottles Clanking Together

    I've had this car since September. It's an '02 WRX Wagon, with full exhaust and some brake work. When After I have been driving around for a while, and I get to a bumpy road (thank you New York), I sometimes hear this noise. It sounds like glass bottles clanking against each other, except a little more metallic. I'll have to try and get it recorded, maybe tonight If I can recreate it. Sometimes it happens when I get home at night and shut my hatch, or the rear doors too. Actually that's when I first heard it, at night closing my trunk. I though it was the exhaust, as it does sound like it's coming from the rear of the car, but the exhaust seams nice and sung. I really have no I dead what it could be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiffonade View Post
    I've had this car since September. It's an '02 WRX Wagon, with full exhaust and some brake work. When After I have been driving around for a while, and I get to a bumpy road (thank you New York), I sometimes hear this noise. It sounds like glass bottles clanking against each other, except a little more metallic. I'll have to try and get it recorded, maybe tonight If I can recreate it. Sometimes it happens when I get home at night and shut my hatch, or the rear doors too. Actually that's when I first heard it, at night closing my trunk. I though it was the exhaust, as it does sound like it's coming from the rear of the car, but the exhaust seams nice and sung. I really have no I dead what it could be.

    Are you 100% sure you dont have anything in the trunk/spare tire well /jack area that could be causing the noise?

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    I tried the spare, it's nice and tight. I'll check the jack again though.

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    So the noise happened today after I pulled into my driveway after school, and it is the exhaust. Is this normal, or do I have to tighten something?

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