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Old 11/7/07, 10:29 PM
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No, there is not even any reason they should open the hood.
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Old 11/9/07, 10:11 PM
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Mine got warrantied with Bassani long tube headers, off road x-pipe, C&L Race intake, and 91 Race tune from Bamachips. But hey, my best friend is a senior tech at the Ford dealership in town. Good luck.
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Old 11/12/07, 06:19 AM
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thanks for the TSB I'm going to have it checked because I have faintly heard the same thing thinking it was the speaker. So glad to hear its something fixable.
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Old 11/12/07, 01:19 PM
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Originally Posted by CAL View Post
May sound funny... My left door base speaker was making a small rattling noise / vibration.....took it in to dealer.... Wife had put a couple of ball point pins in the door "pocket" / storage area....hence the rattle.....

Probably not your problem, but check those storage pockets ----- lest you feel/look like a "#$%@#" at the dealer......Actually, I had them check it during a routine oil/filter change.... Oh yeah, after removing the couple of pens in there --- Shaker 500 has been fine.
Too funny - I had a pen in my side pocket as well! I put it in there 1-2 days after I bought the car. I was going to bring it in to the service dept, when I thought I'd just check to make sure it wasn't somoething I did. Boy - would I have been embarassed!
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Old 11/12/07, 02:13 PM
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Anyone get a rattling noise coming from the back speakers by the rear windshield? It is bugging the out of me
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Old 11/12/07, 08:31 PM
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If anybody on this forum needs info on a TSB for their vehicle, just let me know. I work for Ford and have access to their protechnician intranet site.. The speaker vibration was definately a problem - The dealers were replacing a lot of speakers in the beginning thinking they had been blown. Problem turns out to be the wiring in the door -
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Old 11/14/07, 11:04 AM
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Originally Posted by 07stangKD View Post
Too funny - I had a pen in my side pocket as well! I put it in there 1-2 days after I bought the car. I was going to bring it in to the service dept, when I thought I'd just check to make sure it wasn't somoething I did. Boy - would I have been embarassed!
Yes, glad I could save you the embarrassment. As I felt like a 6' 2" p_n_s (you fill in the blanks). Thank god I was at the time bringing it in for routine oil change. It's a little drive to the dealership from my house. Great service people at the dealership -- was very cool about it and told me it happens all the time.......

Now if I could just figure out why my right A/C vent is rattling....can't blame it on a pen in there...
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Old 11/16/07, 02:18 PM
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Is there a TSB out for a loose passenger seat?
When I'm out on the highway my passenger seat rattles.
Kinda weird.
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Old 11/15/17, 07:25 AM
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Resurrecting old thread

Originally Posted by Stormbringer View Post
Got this from a guy over at s197forum:

Tsb 07-17-06 Buzz/rattle
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2005-2008 Mustang

ISSUE:

Some 2005-2008 Mustang vehicles built before 8/2/2007 may experience a buzz/rattle from the door panels when using the radio/CD player at elevated volumes or bass levels or voice broadcasts. This may be due to the window switch bezel vibrating against the door trim panel. This can often be incorrectly diagnosed as an audio speaker buzz or a bad speaker.
ACTION:

Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition by applying foam tape to the window switch bezel.
SERVICE PROCEDURE
  1. Remove window switch bezel from door panel and separate the two piece bezel.
  2. Install three (3) pieces of PVC soft foam tape 3/8" wide by 1 3/4" long (10 mm by 45 mm) part number 164-R4901 from the Rotunda Squeak and Rattle Repair Kit part number 164-R4900.
  3. Reinstall window switch bezel and verify proper operation of the window switches.
WARRANTY STATUS:

Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage
IMPORTANT: Warranty coverage limits/policies are not altered by a TSB. Warranty coverage limits are determined by the identified causal part.

Thanks for for sharing this. I just inherited my dad's 2006 GT and this was driving me nuts, mostly on the driver's side. I tossed some foam under the window control trim and was good to go, thanks to finding this thread.
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