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2001 Mustang Interior Squeak

I am at wits end with this noise, does anyone else ever experience a constant squeak in the cabin?

Its a convertible. sounds like sound is coming from behind the dash on passenger side, its only does it at speed though, not idle...almost like metal is rubbing glass. thats the type sound it is.

FYI> Not suspension, or fan related.

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  • Patrick Cowan
    Patrick Cowan Mar 03, 2009

    yeah its leather, it does it in all positions

  • Patrick Cowan
    Patrick Cowan Mar 18, 2009

    not what im looking for, but thanks for trying

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There is a tsb for that concern but with the noise originating from the passenger seat. One question leather seats? If so or if not try moving the passeger seat in diffrent positions and test drive. good luck

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