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When I play the gangam style too loud in my car the bass sound shakes all of the plastic parts. what can I do to avoid it?

Can I just super glue the plastic parts to the metal beneath them? I hope there won't be a problem with such a solution since I have a lot og ganga ash in my car and it might prevent the glue from sticking

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If you have this problem only when listening to the gangam style I would suggest listening to more appropriate music. However if the problem do continue even with white folks rhythms I think the best solution would be to completely remove the plastic parts, sandblast the interior metal chassis , vacuum the whole thing and then glue the plastics back using epoxy glue

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