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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old Jan 20th, 20, 10:41 PM Thread Starter
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Rattling and squeaks from the rear

It's not always there. I hear it loud, when driving on uneven surface, and sometimes at idle.

It sounds like it's coming from behind the rear interior quarter trim (passenger side). Noise is from the inside, not outside. I checked everything, but can't figure out where it's coming from. It's like something is loose.

Here's a video. Any idea what that could be?? thank you


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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old Jan 21st, 20, 04:40 AM
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Re: Rattling and squeaks from the rear

take the back seat out and have someone back there to look and listen

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Re: Rattling and squeaks from the rear

sounds like exhaust pipe tapping the floor to me
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Re: Rattling and squeaks from the rear

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sounds like exhaust pipe tapping the floor to me
Could be, although I remember still having that similar noise in the past when I had the exhaust pipes exit from the rear sides.. before I extended my exhaust pipes straight to the rear

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Re: Rattling and squeaks from the rear

Could it be coming from the quarter window regulator, maybe it's loose.....just a thought
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Re: Rattling and squeaks from the rear

I had something like that when the inner core of a muffler broke loose inside.

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Could it be coming from the quarter window regulator, maybe it's loose.....just a thought
I'd have to remove the rear door/window trim to check correct?

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Re: Rattling and squeaks from the rear

Trunk lid torsion rod?

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Re: Rattling and squeaks from the rear

id bet a Nickle its an exhaust pipe or muffler tapping against something
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Re: Rattling and squeaks from the rear

Loose exhaust, shock bushing?

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Re: Rattling and squeaks from the rear

+1 on lose or broken rear shock mount or exhaust hitting floorboard

If not the window regulator but if window goes up/down freely not likely that

...or a oops some body guy left something inside the rear window 1/4 area that is bouncing around
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Re: Rattling and squeaks from the rear

He just changed springs and shocks. I think he said this noise was going on before that. I'd bet exhaust first.

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