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Old 06-20-2008, 09:18 PM   #16
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Old 06-21-2008, 02:19 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by Mystikal View Post
I fixed mine a few weeks back, in about 3 mins.

First, don't bother with the full disassembly of the rear of the car just yet. Get 2-3 old shirts and crawl into the trunk. There will be like 4 rectangular ports that lead into the rear deck (they're obvious when you get in there). Start jamming the shirts into the holes, pushing them up and in different directions. I got 2 t-shirts and like 3 socks up in there.

Result? Completely silent. Yeah actually removing the deck (which involes the seatback, the c-pillar covers, and breaking a few clips along the way) and placing foam is the proper way, this one works just as well functionally, and the ghettoness is hidden from view.
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