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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-11-2013 Thread Starter
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Dash itch

Has anyone had a dash itch between the upper dash pad and front windshield? Something is rubbing between 65 and 70 mph. It's driving me nuts . Maybe wiring harness itch or panel itch? I have moved everything within reach while driving even hit with my fist everywhere, no help started at 19,000 miles.

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Nothing for me or my buddy's 2011.


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Are you sure it's the dash? I narrowed down a noise that I thought was coming from the dash. Turns out it's coming from my rear view mirror. Certain textured roads and lane delineators cause it. Just trying to decide if it's annoying enough to have it looked at under warranty.


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