It appears to come from the rear seatback or headrest right side
(opposite driver in US)
It's not a thump like a rear shock mount...and it's not a loose wheel
lock in the trunk's tool box.
Anybody have experience in this item?
I have unlatched the seatbacks where you can look straight into the
trunk and it still persists
The rear window latch is not loose at all and the window is closed.
Just read today that a company here in the UK have developed a CD with various
tones that tend to reproduce real sound waves that occur in a car when driven.
Preliminary reports mention that getting the right volume helps as too high and
the sound is distorted and too low it is ineffective.
On Jul 13, 4:57 pm, email@example.com wrote:
RattleBuster - Will Not: Pin-point "Road-Impact" induced rattles, for
example: "A rattle caused by the sudden impact energy absorbed whilst
driving over a pot-hole in the road". Be clear about what sort of
rattle you are looking for.
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