Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2002 10:56:23 GMT From: Selkie9nopsamzzzzzzztyaho.o.com Subject: Re: rattling noise - 94 900S
On Sun, 17 Mar 2002 19:40:09 +0800, "Glenn" <splitscreen58nopsamond.com> wrote: >Could Be bottom of the mudflap these often need a screw to stop rattles. >Where in Australia are you. >> This is a weird one. We have a persistent rattling sound coming from >> what sounds like the pillar next to the front passenger door >> (left-hand side, this being .au). Sounds kind of plastic-y, if I had >> to characterise it by material. >> Has anybody else experienced this, or have any idea what it could be? >> >> Ta, >> >> Selkie9 Am in Melbourne Victoria. Would the sound be likely to travel all the way up the car like that? When either of us are sitting in the passenger seat, it sounds as though it's right *there* in the door pillar, though a cursory look has revelaed nothing obvious. Selkie9 .. The problem with explosives is that if you screw up, you're not just history, but biology, geography and modern art as well.