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Stop a rattle in the boot of a volvo v70 2003 it sounds like plastic trim.

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Romove door panel on side of rattle.its usualy the regulator seperated from one of its clips

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I had a similar problem with my V70. The cause was oil on the plastic catch.
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Our 09 developed a loud rattle up toward the windshield. Turned out to be the plastic "cowling" that the wipers sit in which runs the length of the engine compartment. I think some servicing requires the cowl's removal so maybe it wasn't reinstalled correctly. Open the hood and along the seam where this cowling attaches to metal trim below (via snap in plastic links), squeeze a thin bit of weather stripping. I actually used a couple of plastic hose nozzle washers in the gap as a test and the rattle disappeared!
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Just take a small screwdriver or a knife with a good tip and pop out the center piece that looks like a screw,when you put them back in,you just press them with your thumb.

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