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Rattling by driver side tweeter

RicEeyEs

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Does anyone else have/know where rattling by the tweeter comes from? It’s usually just when I’m bumping music pretty loud. If I shove a couple fingers in the space between the door and air vent it seems to stop for a brief moment. I think that’s more where the sound is coming from rather than from the tweeters



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Check the a-pillar plastic cover. That rattles on mine since I installed hasport 85a motor mount. If I put my hand on it it stops. Havent done anything to secure it better yet.
 
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Check the a-pillar plastic cover. That rattles on mine since I installed hasport 85a motor mount. If I put my hand on it it stops. Havent done anything to secure it better yet.
It’s not a huge deal but there are times when I just wanna fold up a piece of paper and shove it in there lol I don’t care if it’s just temporary
 

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It’s not a huge deal but there are times when I just wanna fold up a piece of paper and shove it in there lol I don’t care if it’s just temporary
Yeah it's annoying, only happens for me at high idle with cold start.
 

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This started happening to me too since I installed the 27won rmm. SUPER annoying.
 

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I pulled the a-pillar covers off and put felt furniture pads on all the high points that make contact with the cover. Seemed to do the trick.
 

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I pulled the a-pillar covers off and put felt furniture pads on all the high points that make contact with the cover. Seemed to do the trick.
Nice, thanks for sharing that. I was trying to think of what to use.
 

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Theres 1 screw behind the air bag tab then pull off. I used pipe insulating foam. Any foam or fabric that compresses should work. Don't use paper.
 

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