Hey Tomas try some Dynomat or something like it on the speedo I did mine and it hasn't rattled yet. It works better then the Scion TSB fix of using felt everywhere. Felt is great but the reason Dynomat and other product like it work so well is cause it has weight to it. That weight might help a little too.Tomas said:The speaker grills on mine buzzed with the music (and occasionally at about 3000RPM) and were fixed with felt stickums.
Recently my speedo began buzzing at times, and has been temporarily 'fixed' with a tiny bit of balled-up paper until I get in there and do it right.
(Mine hasn't had the 'pipe buzz' from the firewall, and the 'rear plate rattle' was taken care of with two tiny bits of 3M double-sticl trim tape.)
I just did a 1200 mile round-trip from the Seattle area - Hamilton, MT - Seattle area and had no odd noises other than the speedo (which explains the piece of paper in there ).
Hope you used the Dealer's business card. At least they're good for something when it comes to rattles. LOLhawaiiguy said:folded up a business card 3x and inserted into the right side of the dash where it meets the front/right pillar...
noise gone...dealer couldn't diagnose it, but guess they were lazy to try to in the first place...
why do you have makeup sponges??? just wondering...backseatchris said:what i use for my rattles is a makeup sponge. Those things have some weight to them and you can squeeze em as thin as a dime. Then they expand up to an inch, with a reasonable amount of pressure, but not too much. I use them all over the place and i have not heard any rattles anywhere. Best part is that they expand to grip the piece they are up against, so you dont need to use any sticky stuff