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Old 26 Oct 2004, 12:55 pm
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Just returned from dealer for my first check-up. They were unable to fix the persistent rattle in the rear part of the headliner (not sound system related). They said there was a TSB on the problem but offered no solution. Has anyone found a good (easy) method to cure the problem? Is the interior light the only way to get in there? Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Old 26 Oct 2004, 01:14 pm
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Do you have a sunroof?
Think you have to get tough with the dealer - they didn't take the headliner down, did they? How did they expect to find the problem without doing that? What TSB? Ask to see it.
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Old 26 Oct 2004, 07:25 pm
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hey !! i had the same problem !! is loose styro foam above the headliner, brought it to the dealer and took the tech for a ride he heard it, i left the car and about 2 hrs later all was fixed and is still great thank god!! i hated driving it with the rattle!! it drove me nuts!! the guy said it wasnt that bad of a job
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I also had a headliner rattle although I thought it was coming from the rear bumper area, not inside the car. The dealer fixed the headliner rattle under warranty. I only noticed the noise when the inside moonroof sliding cover was opened, not when it was closed.
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