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post #9 of (permalink) Old 01-29-2012
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I hear ya.. The only things that seem to vibrate right now is my rear view mirror and the trunk lid. If I push on the trunk lid, the vibrating sound stops. sonicelectronix has a 9.99 dynamat kit for the license plate. lol.

I'm just wondering if doing the top trunk lid will be enough since the vibrating stops when I push down on it?

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Hey Guys, chasing those rattles can take alot of trial and error. I have dyno matted the entire bottom and back (interior and exterior of where the tailights go), top of the trunk lid, removed my rear bumper and done along those edges, and I still am getting rattle from the tail lights and even more from the pedastal spoiler. I think I have spent close to $500 in dynomat.

Goodluck, let me know if you find a better way to keep those tail lights from making noise, perhaps using some kind of a foam would be better.

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