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A rattling noise dont know the location but it feel like i am riding over a pavement of gravel then it stops like i am on a smopth road

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Rattling Noise is due to the following reasons:

1. Engine Rubber Mounts (Solution: Get them replaced)
2. Constant Velcoity Joints---CVJ (Solution: Get them replaced or greased---there are steel balls in it which may rattle)
3. Steering system (Rack & Pinion): Check for loose Inner Ball Joints as well as Torn Rubber Bellows (which means there is dust, foreign particles between moving parts)
4. Steering System(Column): Loosened parts.
5. Engine Tuning Out.

These are primary reason, eliminate one by one and you will come to know the root cause.

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Hi, grinding noise when you driving you should check the condition of your brake pads.

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