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06-11-2013 12:31 AM
tarasalex On mine, it's the air intake. It's loose and sometimes rattles,, and when I rev the engine, the rattling stops. If it is, all you have to do is screw a metal piece between the engine an the filter and it should hold it in place. Hope this helps.
05-19-2013 05:51 PM
bluenotefab I replaced my mounts with the poly dog bones and the rattle disappeared. Now my oil pan is rusty and rattles.....
04-26-2013 07:03 PM
spurtis55 mine was the end links to the front sway bar they went bad...replaced and cured the rattle...
04-22-2013 12:47 PM
SVTisRight4me i have this problem. mine is the heat sheild between the car and the exhaust. look at that to see if its loose before u do a bunch of other work.
hope i helped:)
04-22-2013 12:28 PM
XxSVT VENOMxX
Rattle noise

Same problem. It's either coming from the shield by the transmission or it sounds like its coming from under the motor.
04-22-2013 01:25 AM
KeepinitRIL
I believe it was this guy in the picture



Im pretty sure it was this guy. The top nut was a B!#^H to get to


PS: not my car
04-22-2013 01:11 AM
Bogey Which bolt?
04-21-2013 11:45 PM
KeepinitRIL
Problem Solved!

While doing an oil change Friday, I was laying down and bumped a bolt on the cross member and it made the same rattle noise. So I poked around and found it
So I am STOKED no more annoying god-awful rattle noise
04-21-2013 10:02 PM
JKane Lower Trans mount is always a suspect, can't hurt to upgrade it!
04-02-2013 01:13 AM
KeepinitRIL
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Originally Posted by nvmaddog View Post
That cat bracket and the heat shield are a lot of the times the cause of a rattle. Even if it is simply cracked it will still rattle.
The heat shield on the cat did make a rattle noise at 2100RPM, but I took the cat off. Yay RT Cat


I replaced the trans and passenger side mounts. I still have the rattle :/
Im going to put the stock dogbone back in and see if that does it.
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