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This is a discussion on Rearview Rattles within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Has anyone had a problem with their rearview rattling when bass hits? It can get pretty annoying, but I know ...

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    Rearview Rattles

    Has anyone had a problem with their rearview rattling when bass hits? It can get pretty annoying, but I know its the source because I can grab the mirror and it will stop the noise. Any suggestions on how to stop this?

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    dude, mine gets really bad in the summer when the mirror heats up a little, unfortunately i haven't figured out a fix short of super gluing the two pieces together, i tried electical tape, and stuffing paper between the seam, nothings worked so far.

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    Mine does the same thing. It is a rattle inside the mirror so taping dont work. We probably need to take it apart and fix whatevers rattling inside.

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    turn down the bass

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    Does anyone else know how this may be fixed?

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    i took mine apart and put a little bit of double stick foam tape in spots, it worked for a couple months

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    why not open it and fill it with expanding foam , lol just don't spray to much

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    Ha don't even have to open it for that. Just pry the edge apart, stick the tube in, and have at it!

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    If the problem isn't the inside of the mirror, some cars have little rubber wedge things that support the arm that holds the mirror up. Try moving that around. If you don't have one, steal one from a Honda. Thats what I have.
    Hahaha.

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