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I've noticed an annoying rattle, mainly at the rear door on passenger side. Noticed this day before yesterday (see pictures), so readjusted the sun blind to correct it. The rattle still persists. Will book my car in today.



 

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From the photo looks like your blind has tucked itself under the door trim. It sits just above resting in a little recess in front of the glass. I tend to keep the blind pulled up as my child has thought about posting items down into the door itself from the gap the blind leaves when it is down.
 

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bigboss said:
I've noticed an annoying rattle, mainly at the rear door on passenger side. Noticed this day before yesterday (see pictures), so readjusted the sun blind to correct it. The rattle still persists. Will book my car in today.
I had a very similar problem and found it was the clip of one of the middle row seat belts, which tended to slip between the side of the seat, and the door and then rattle there. I've tucked it behind an arm rest of a booster seat which has solved it but... its something which could have been designed better.
 

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Thanks, I'll check tomorrow.
 

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dalglir said:
bigboss said:
I've noticed an annoying rattle, mainly at the rear door on passenger side. Noticed this day before yesterday (see pictures), so readjusted the sun blind to correct it. The rattle still persists. Will book my car in today.
I had a very similar problem and found it was the clip of one of the middle row seat belts, which tended to slip between the side of the seat, and the door and then rattle there. I've tucked it behind an arm rest of a booster seat which has solved it but... its something which could have been designed better.
Thanks! Seems that was indeed the problem!!!
 

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dalglir said:
I had a very similar problem and found it was the clip of one of the middle row seat belts, which tended to slip between the side of the seat, and the door and then rattle there. I've tucked it behind an arm rest of a booster seat which has solved it but... its something which could have been designed better.
On mine there are two moulded plastic tabs which hold the middle row seatbelts fixed still when not in use. The design ensures no rattles.
 

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bigboss said:
Thanks! Seems that was indeed the problem!!!
Phew! Glad to help :)
 
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