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Re: Thanks.. Harris (archive)

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Posted by D Kang on December 15, 1999 at 06:22:42:

In Reply to: Re: Thanks.. But, posted by Harris on December 13, 1999 at 18:07:25:

: If your installer cannot locate the problem, what makes him think that dynamat will fix it. In order for dynamat to be effective against rattles, it has to dampen the rattling part. So the dynamat must be adhered to the rattler.

: The bottom line is that installers don't care about your car. When I used to do installations back when I was 19, the saying in the installation bay was, "not my car".

: I would ask the installer to look again. Otherwise, crank up the system and get back there and poke around to find the rattle. It's not rocket science.

: Good Luck
: : I noticed rattles from the rear deck when I play music little loud. And, I have made my installer to check with this situation. But, they could not find the solution. That's why I though of getting Dynamat in first place. I have installed 10" sub firing through ski bag. Also, I have installed a/d/s/ 336is in rear. Does anybody has this kind of experience? And if anyone has solution for this matter, I'd be appreciated.

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