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Rattlin' noise for a 2001 civic coupe

My civic seems to rattle whenever I'm drivin at low speeds (less than 60km). The noise seems to be fron underneath the car and engine. I'm not sure what it could be.

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Check your exhaust heat shields, they usually rust around the bolts that hold the upper and lower together.

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