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Door rattles


nbristow01
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Hey guys, when I shut my doors, hit bumps etc I get a lot of rattles from inside the door. I am sure plenty of plastic bushings etc are dead. I searched but could not find a post specific to rebuilding the door insides including window mechanisms. My windows roll up and down fine and solid. Just the rattles are getting old

Any help or aim me in the right direction will be appreciated

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I had rattles too and this post helped me. I think it was the first job I tackled when I got the car since I was in the doors anyway to free up the stiff lock mechanisms:

http://www.bmw2002faq.com/component/option,com_forum/Itemid,57/page,viewtopic/t,322956/highlight,grommets+door/

Searching the forums for "grommet AND door" will yield good results.

Poor tiptop

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