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Rattling Noise while driving over a rough surface

Hi, My GT has recently developed a rattling noise while driving on rough surfaces, I at first thought it was a loose lug nut on a tire, checked that, then though it was the divider between the trunk and the rear seats. still no, am now thinking it could be either at the muffle is loose, or the shocks need to be worked on. The Tib is still factory and is has around 89k on the odometer.

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    rattling noise, quite loud---rear, right end of !992 Mazda 323. Checked lug nuts and they're tight.

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Does the rattle come from inside or outside?

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Possibly a rattling heat shield

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