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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-03-2013 Thread Starter
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Interior Rattle

I have subwoofers in my trunk and have my whole trunk dynamited. Howver the interior of my car rattles like crazy when the subs hit. its mostly the rear passenger walls. Any idea how to fix this?

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I bought a 1/4" thick x 1" wide self-stick closed cell foam garage door gasket at Lowes that I use to cushion parts like that all the time.

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those panels are pretty easy to remove just pull the back seat and the panels and strategically place some dynamat on them you don't have to do the whole panel usually 25% or so. I did that with the door panels but only put in a 12" sub this weekend so time will tell if i need to do more panels.

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There's nothing you can do. If you stop one thing from rattling, 2 others will come along. I fabricated extra support for the map pockets because they were causing a ton of vibration. Now that I can no longer hear the map pockets, my door locks rattle and there's nothing I can do.

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