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      08-01-2018, 08:23 AM   #1
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Interior buzzing sound (fixed) [came from boot trim]

Greetings i have recently encountered a small buzzing noise coming from the passenger/rear right side,i do not know exactly where it is coming from ,i have assumed that it might be from the central tunnel so i have removed the rear air vents console which clearly feels like an inferior plastic and put felt tape all around it and on the clips (now i can finally put my elbow on the armrest without any worries ) but it doesnt seem that the buzzing has stopped,is it from something else or do i need to put additional felt tape on the sides of the central tunnel? PS:i have wobbled the doors to see if they are the culprits and tries my best to wiggle the seat system but it doesnt seem that the buzz is coming from either of them
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Hi All

First time post.
I have a mad rattling sound on both front doors driving me to distraction. The garage have had the door panel off, water seems to stop the rattle as does the windows being down the tiniest fraction. Window cradle is not loose.
I'm hoping you Guys have a fix in mind

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Hi All

First time post.
I have a mad rattling sound on both front doors driving me to distraction. The garage have had the door panel off, water seems to stop the rattle as does the windows being down the tiniest fraction. Window cradle is not loose.
I'm hoping you Guys have a fix in mind

Jonny
Hi Jonny,

You chose the right author but a wrong thread. Here you are: Driver door/window creak (fixed) (now its back).
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Turns out the sound came from the plastics surrounding the boot area,i have disassembled all the platics and turns out that 3 white arrowhead clips were moving inside their designated stations,i have applied cloth tape around the base of the clips (all arrowhead clips) and reattached them into their designated position and have also put some tape around the places where the plastics ends of the ornaments stick into eachother....there is also a cable which is already covered in tape that doesnt make any noise when touching it but the 2 clips (not arrowhead clips) that attached to it did make a small noise when touching them.....(clips hit body) i have put tesa tape under the clips.
The noise is gone now,hope this might help someone in the future...

This is how one removes the trims it is fairly easy.


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