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This is a discussion on Dash RAttle within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I have the Trim plate next to winshield, rear seat belt upper slide mechinism, rear seat back latch, factory subwoofer, ...

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    Registered User Trypsin's Avatar
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    I have the
    Trim plate next to winshield,
    rear seat belt upper slide mechinism,
    rear seat back latch,
    factory subwoofer,

    rear something ("trunk monkey" as djrez4 would say,)


    Aw hell it's a damn rattle trap, I may as well attach a hook and try to catch a bass on it.

    I dont mind to much i just put the pedal to the metal and my grin comes back.

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    Originally posted by Trypsin

    I dont mind to much i just put the pedal to the metal and my grin comes back.
    Same here, but it's when I got passengers that it bugs me, because it bugs them and they start thinking it's an overpriced car
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    I understand what you mean but my desisions were not made upon fit and finish, but on the driveline alone.
    This is an enthusiast car, you take a lot and give a little.

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    I've got that left side vent area rattle BADLY now. It started off as only being occasionally, but now it does it ALL the time. I swear to god it irritated me so much today I almost smashed my vent in frustration!

    I've also got this irritating rattle from the driver-side seat-belt pillar that's driving me ballistic.

    Those are the only two, and boy are they driving me mad.
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    Guys...Tutorial section has many useful threads, such as this one....

    Silencing the VIN Plate / Defroster Panel rattle
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    williamg,

    that left side vent rattle, is actually coming from the thin piece of trim in front of the dash closest to the window. if you take a little rubber grommet and stuff it next to that piece, it should go away. mine did.

    good luck.

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    Thanks Ecruz....I'll try that this weekend.
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    i'm actually going to try to pull it all of the way out and fix it for good, like the link that djrez4 posted. it looks easy enough. i'll let you know how it goes.

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    i'm actually going to try to pull it all of the way out and fix it for good, like the link that djrez4 posted. it looks easy enough. i'll let you know how it goes.

    E-

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    I had some noise coming from the dash on the driver side and I think I found the problem. If you look under the dash, you'll see a bunch of wires and connectors. There are two green ones in particular tha make a lot of noise when then hit something solid. I used some zip ties and electrical tape to secure them to big wire bundles and so far it has worked fine.
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