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This is a discussion on dual bezel rattle within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I have an Autometer dual bezel holding my GReddy 52 mm egt and boost guages Ever since I had this ...

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    dual bezel rattle

    I have an Autometer dual bezel holding my GReddy 52 mm egt and boost guages

    Ever since I had this put in, it has been rattling, and now I am fed up, I have tried stuffing foam behind the bezel with no luck.

    Has anyone else experienced this? Anybody have a fix or any suggestions? I can't take it anymore.

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    The bezel itself is rattling? I Got a rattle because of the tubing to the boost gauge got kinked and caused the gauge to rattle, but I never had the bezel itself rattle. Did you install that crumby bracket that comes with it? If it were loose I could imagine it rattling.

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    I have the Autometer bezel pod as well with no issues. Maybe put a spacer on the bracket?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemeanie
    I have the Autometer bezel pod as well with no issues. Maybe put a spacer on the bracket?
    yeah i think it has something to do with the bracket

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    I got one a long time ago. At the time the screw provided didn't fit into the bracket. There was discussion as to whether or not you need the bracket at all. I ended up drilling the hole in the bracket out and using the screw they provided. Many people just ditched the bracket all together. It didn't seem to matter.

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    I have no issues with mine. I have seen where some people put it in without the lower brackets. When sitting still, it would be fine.. but under road forces, I would imagine it will wiggle around a bit.

    Good luck finding the rattle....

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