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I think my radio (of all things) makes an irritating creaking noise when I hit some hard bumps. Very irritating.

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Old 04-11-2009, 09:45 PM   #16 (permalink)
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I think my radio (of all things) makes an irritating creaking noise when I hit some hard bumps. Very irritating.
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Old 04-11-2009, 09:57 PM   #17 (permalink)
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i hear a low pitch humming/ringing sound when i have the radio off while driving
im not sure if its from the pod gauges

also hear some sort of garggling sound from the rear...fuel pump maybe?
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Thanks for the update, +rep.
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I'm still trying to identify my rattle in the hatch. It's the only one I have, seems to be worse on days that it is hot outside and the car has been sitting outside in the sun (85-90 degrees or more). best I can tell it's the rear plastic panel that covers the hatch. I pulled it off last night, tightened everything down but this morning the same rattle is there. starting to drive me nuts. about to remove everything from the rear hatch one at a time until I can narrow it down... unfortunately the sound isn't constant so it's somewhat hard to reproduce (again, unless it's 90 degrees outside)
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