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Rattle issues!

I've got the shaker 500 with two 12" subs in the trunk and a pioneer head unit the rattling was bad after I got the two subs now ita worse with the new head unit. Is there certain spots on the mustang that y'all found rattling? I've been feeling around for spots but just noticed the trim pieces on the headliners edge. What did y'all do to fix this?


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Turn your stereo down.

More seriously though the car is prone to rattles, especially after untrained people mess with the interior. I bought mine from a guy who installed after market stereo and door speakers and I spent hours working out the rattles by removing trim panels, cleaning out loose coins and screws, then applying small dabs of urethane caulk in certain places and an assortment of felt furniture pads in others. All the rattles aren't out but most of them are.


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