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Old 22-10-11, 07:23 PM   #1
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hi guys i need help please, i have a rattle from the rear of my 407 hdi 2006, its not the boot or window , just had the tie bars rubbers replaced and the rear drop links and its still there , but i have found when the car is put on a ramp and lifted by the body work and then put back on ground the rattle gos for a mile or so please please help its now doing my nut in , many thanks
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Old 22-10-11, 07:38 PM   #2
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Check the brake cable that bends just in front of the rear passenger wheel in case its hitting against something.
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ta bud will have a look , do u think it could be the strut ????
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Will probably be very hard to pinpoint , but heard the back suspension on these are quite good and don`t give much bother.
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I vaguely remember reading that most 407's have a rattle from rear compartment behind the seats, something due to something hiting something and that something needs more spot welds. Helpful, eh?
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Ah, there we go. Hope any of this helps:

407 body noise
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thank u battlestar , will take photo to garage and see wat he has to say , just dont get it when its lifted by body it gos , and then comes back ?????
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Hi, I understand this is an older thread but would be keen to know how you got on with a fix for this issue - I have the same rattle in my 06 2.7 Hdi SW. Thanks.
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Hi, I understand this is an older thread but would be keen to know how you got on with a fix for this issue - I have the same rattle in my 06 2.7 Hdi SW. Thanks.
hi , i tied the brake cable to body work as it comes out by rear wheel and there is a rubber gromet but mine had fall out so the cable was rattleing there ,and it worked thank god as it was doing my nut in lol
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Thanks for that - cheers,
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