creaking rear interior panels @ 70mph
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    creaking rear interior panels @ 70mph

    So like the thread title reads, I've been experiencing some creaking noises coming from behind the rear seat around the plastic panels that house the speakers. haven't been able to zero in on the exact culprit of the sounds but it seems to only occur when i'm on the highway going around 70mph. Kind of strange...think something's loose. anybody else have this problem?
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    Yes I hear it but it depends on the materials of the road surface. Seems like the rear panel is rattling.

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    this occurred while driving on the highway. concrete, flat
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    Its the panel, happens to me in idle and if I have the volume at 20 with sub second to max on any song with a bass. Only if I really pay attention I can notice it because the music is playing lols. But I will eventually check it out and see if anythign is loose or need dyno.

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    I would imagine that one or more of the clips are broken that attach the rear panel. You need to remove the side panels first. Also, did you get your windows tinted?
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    ust turn up the music or put in a sub and your will never hear it agianlol

    also add dynomat

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    I have this same issue... it is a big part of why I want a decent sub. The plastic side paneling in back rattles/creaks during some drives.
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