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Date Registered: 09-2017
TOTAL POSTS: 2
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Re: T31 Rattle Source


Hi I had a rear door rattle> Found it was the rear door latch/lock assembly. Replaced the lock assembly with a genuine Nissan part and fixed the rattle. Took about 30 minutes to remove back internal panel, replace lock and refit panel. There are a few tricks to remove push in clips and refit. One important thing to watch is the connection for the rear internal light ...take care before you remove the panel you need to remove the light unplug the wire connector and remove the bottom hand grip. Not a big job but a repairer will quote about 1 hour labour.

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Date Registered: 06-2012
Location: Estonia
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On my 2012 2.0 dci auto I have something like resonance at 1900-2100 rpm at the instrument panel and steering colum. Even when it park and holding the revs.

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Model: T31 II 2012 Diesel Auto, LE
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