Question about 1996 Toyota T100
Does the rattling occur whilst you are sitting still, and run the rpms up? Does it come in at a particular rpm, and then go away? If so, the heat shield is the problem. I see this quite a bit. If you can get it to do it at a specific rpm, have someone slide under the truck and, with a large screwdriver, pry on the front pipe and the converter shields. See if the vibration changes.
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