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hi all,

i have rattle noise when closing 2 front doors ( after lowering door glasses). No noise when glasses are all the way up.

i feel that the links ( of the closing/locking mechanism ) are touching the glasses, because i think i lost some of the insulation on the links.....(foam or felt insulation.....?).

how should i fix it?

thanks a lot.

don

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hi all,

i have rattle noise when closing 2 front doors ( after lowering door glasses). No noise when glasses are all the way up.

i feel that the links ( of the closing/locking mechanism ) are touching the glasses, because i think i lost some of the insulation on the links.....(foam or felt insulation.....?).

how should i fix it?

thanks a lot.

don

remove the door panels and see what the problem is...........

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hi all,

i have rattle noise when closing 2 front doors ( after lowering door glasses). No noise when glasses are all the way up.

i feel that the links ( of the closing/locking mechanism ) are touching the glasses, because i think i lost some of the insulation on the links.....(foam or felt insulation.....?).

how should i fix it?

thanks a lot.

don

My 94 LS driver door rattled with the window down, removed the door panel and found the bottom bolt missing from the glass run channel. Put one in and no more rattle. Thats why I said to remove your door panels and LOOK to see what the problem is, rather than have a bunch of guys guessing.... find out what it is, then ask for help if you need it.

my 95&97 are quiet, windows up or down, just a solid sound closing.

Cheers, bp

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