Originally Posted by plex07st
There's another place where it might make noise. Actually it's the same line as the original poster showed in their pics. Follow it to just under the rear passenger door where it goes through a loop type of bracket/holder. In my situation, the loop wore right through the rubber covering and was rubbing on the metal. I slipped a short piece of rubber tubing through the loop and ty-wrapped in place. No more squeek!!!
hi, you may have seen that i tried that too. a couple of times, going so far as to jam screws and glue in that holder loop. still had squeak. the reason that helps the issue is because it keeps the hardline that I am discussing from moving...if you follow that rubber line, it turns into that hardline that goes to that bracket. so securing that at the loop place is just a stopgap...the real issue is further up the line, at the bracket.
if you think about it, that rubber would not make a squeak like that..it does not move back and forth/side to side...it just would bump in its holder. the squeak comes from the metal...trust me, and the others, when you find his spot, you KNOW it is that...it sounds EXACTLY like the
noise we hear in the car.
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