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This is a discussion on Defroster Plate Rattle? within the Maintenance, service, and repair forums, part of the Tutorials & DIY category; I was wondering about the "defroster plate" mine rattles from time to time. I've read that you can remove it ...

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    Defroster Plate Rattle?

    I was wondering about the "defroster plate" mine rattles from time to time. I've read that you can remove it and fix the clips to silence it. I did a search but found nothing. Also my top left vent sounds like it has a sort of rattle in it as well. Thanks in advance.
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    Okay I just searched one last time and something came up.. Odd.
    luxury is 1.00 BAR+ of boost and the inability for your passenger to touch the dashboard

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    Silencing the VIN Plate / Defroster Panel rattle

    It's in this same forum, about half way down the first page. Didn't even have to do a search.
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