Silicone the top of the lid to the supporting brackets, alot of the time the sealant that was originally put there has gone brittle. This usually helps alot, next step if u want it alot better is sound deadening materiel, the heavier the better.
mmm, i'm guessing i'm going to have to do this at some stage.
silicone certainly sounds like the best option.
my door trims vibrate/rattle or something so i have to work out a way to get them nice and solid, sick of the noise!
1995 EF II Falcon GLi: Heritage Green, 4spd Auto, AUII 17" Rims, Custom BA Front Bar, Lowered, Gas Research LPG, Clear Indicators, JVC MP3 Headunit, Phoenix Gold 6.5" Splits, Coustic 481QE Amp, Clarion 12" sub, Leather Seats, Power Window Conversion, 3.45 LSD, Pacemaker Comp Extractors, 2.5" Exhaust, Mandrel Bent Intake, High Flow Filter, Wade 1004 110 cam.
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check that it's not the door lock knobs (on the trim, not the boot of course)..... I also have an EF and when the stezzas up a bit the lock knobs rattles.
trust me its the boot! lol i mean the whole boot rattles really really bad, ive got 146db inside the car from the woofers, the boot wont even stay up when i open it now, it is fa*ked. the whole back of the car rattles really loud, not that i can hear it in the car though..
Take the subbies out and put the rear springs back in
Just had a look in your website!
that could be a good alternative.. lol
but i think ill try the silicone alternative first..
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