Rattle in front driver side door/ suspension area

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  1. rollingshi59

    rollingshi59 Well-Known Member

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    Has anyone experienced rattling noise from the front driver side door/suspension area? It sounds like a plastic and feels like it's making a noise from inside of the panel. Any ideas?
     
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    Is it this ?

     
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    Go to “Auto Fanatics” YouTube channel. Scroll back about 18 months and he addresses the problem. I have it. I live with it because it comes and goes.
     
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    Check this quickly in 10 seconds. Reach your hand up under the lower rocker trim and into the cut-out wells. Make sure all of the push pins are solidly in place. There are 7-8 on each side. When loose they make a horrible racket.
     
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    Thanks. One of the push pins were loose, but it would not go back in as it's supposed to be. Does it need to be tightened up with screw?
     
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    No, just push straight up. they are simple push pins, no tool required. It may be misaligned or need to be replaced. Even just 1 loose pin will rattle your brain at the right rpm. Use a mirror and look up there to see what may be going on.
     
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    Could be the black foam insert in the fender that is contacting the door. You can just push it in more.
     
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