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Date Registered: 08-2017
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Rear hatch rattling


Hi all, anyone have any advice or tips on what might be causing a rear hatch rattle? It seems to be latching securely?

Pretty annoying on coarse chip roads, keen to resolve.
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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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The rattle is caused by the number plate bouncing against the tailgate, so try and secure the number plate a bit more firmly and the rattle will go away emoticon

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Ah thanks, it's really secure, but perhaps a bit of foam behind might be the cure. Cheers
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Hi again Jalaski, def not number plate, padded with foam and no way it can vibrate and rattle now, so def inside rear hatch. Any components of rear hatch know to work loose?
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Maybe it's not the tailgate that's rattling after all. A loose rear seat pull pin on the side of the rear seat can cause that rattle sound too, so check that out emoticon

Failing that you will have to remove the tailgate lining to have a look at what has come loose.

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