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Rattling noise in front of 2007 Sienna

Yesterday our 07 sienna started making a noise in the front end - not sure if it is the front end or internal (sounds like maybe the ******). it is not there while the car is stationary but starts once you get moving. It sounds like a baby's rattle, very noticeable in 3-4th gear but totally disappears in 5th gear, you can literally hear the change to silence when the car shifts, which is why I think it is something in the ******. Shifting, however, seems to be ok, it may be a bit late going into 5th sometimes but i haven't driven it long enough to know for sure. Scheduled to go into the shop tomorrow and i'm not optimistic about what they are going to say as the car is 2,000 miles past the warranty (but whats else is new, right?). Any thoughts, suggestions, etc? Thank you.

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