(FIX) Passenger Side Door Rattle - Ford Mustang Forum
 
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(FIX) Passenger Side Door Rattle

I've always had a slight rattle on the passenger side "door" and was never able to find it until I ripped out my entire interior for an audio install. Turns out it was never the door rattling, but rather this little seat belt bracket.

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This little bracket was loose and rattling, so I took some of this heavy duty butyl tape, and taped around it.



no more rattles from the side "door" :nogrinner


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Nice fix! Looks like kind of a cheap design from Ford on that part. I suppose they had to cut corners in some places though...

I'll keep that one in mind in case a rattle develops.

Thanks for posting!


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