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Passenger side rattle

When I am holding the break and idling, and some times when I turn the wheel, I can hear a rattling coming from the front end passenger side of my 2000 civic. It seems occur normally when the car is in drive and not so much when the car is in park. Any ideas what it might be? From the symptoms I'm thinking it might be something with the power steering or hopefully just a loose bolt or something, but I haven't found anything obvious.

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Definately not a llose bolt. check engine mount.

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