Ummm I'm absolutely not giving the OP false information
. There have been a number of people who have mentioned or complained about rattles on this site. As far as the intake goes, the installation is not a problem as my particular rattle is coming from inside the dashboard. It has become more pronounced since I added the intake but this is likely because of the increased sound. The rattle doesn't bother me enough to bring my car in to the dealer so I just live with it. Loose or even missfitting panels aren't rare in mass produced cars and are likely the cause of the problem.
We can agree on one thing though, 3 weeks is excessive for a diagnosis.
Just because a bunch of people on the most biased form of commenting system in the world (a car forum) have rattles in their interior does not make it in any way shape or form normal. Rattles are not normal on ANY new car, let alone a relatively well built Mustang.
I personally don't understand how a rattle can get louder when you install an intake that should drown out the rattle in the first place :?::?:
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