Question about Chevrolet HHR Panel
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sill?..ohh ok......seal ..no.. the one you see is mainly a dust seal, meaning internal seals have failed due to wear of seals and metal tolerances out of spec now ...cheapest and easiest to replace with rebuilt rack...well.... yes to answer you ..you could take it out and rebuild it yourself with new internal seals provided critical metal areas are not worn
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: noise from top rack
common problems with all top rack, you can do what you doing to keep the vibration down or remove the rack and place a little of rubber silicone or electrical tape wrapping twice tightly, using silicone do not use too much of it, stick enough of it on each end of the rack and it will keep the vibration down from making that noise. The rack get worse when you use it, you tend to strength everything out out of place. I just leave it the way you have it, rearly anyone look at the top of your vehicle.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
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