I'm loving everything about my 09 Coupe, except the annoying rattling sound coming from the passenger side. Is this common? Am I the only one having this problem?
I keep the stereo at a high volume and I drive through rough roads on my way to work.Your question is so vague. What are the driving conditions when the rattles occur? Rough roads? Stereo set at high volume?
I know my passenger side panel vibrates when I crank the stereo high.
That may be why. Sometimes, I find that the door speakers generate too much bass at high volume (usually when the volume is at 15 or above), to the point where they start rattling the panels or it sounds like the speaker cones are rattling from the bass. The only advice I have for you, is to turn the stereo down a bit. That or you can redo your entire audio system (or at least get a processor of sorts like a jbl ms-8 to retune the stock system) and whatnot, but I don't know if that is something you, yourself want to do. I do not know my car audio stuff at all so forgive me if my advice is redundant, but that's just how I think the problem can be solved.I keep the stereo at a high volume and I drive through rough roads on my way to work.
X2 on my sedan. But I can't keep the right side buckled all the time.uhm, i get it aswell.. i found out that its the seat belt hitting the door beam or the seat... i know when i buckle it in i dont hear it...
anyways, the car has a lot of rattle from the rear deck and the boston g2's i just got, its going to be even worse, so im preparing to dynamat that shit!
I have a 2009 exl v6 sedan and a 2011 exl v6 coupe. Neither one has ever rattled. Lucky I guess. One time my sun glasses in the glasses holder rattled a little but I hunted that down. The vcm on both work smoothly too.I'm loving everything about my 09 Coupe, except the annoying rattling sound coming from the passenger side. Is this common? Am I the only one having this problem?