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2004 MINI rumble noise from underneath. Have checked everything. Suspect noise is from gasoline tank, maybe inside the tank?

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Hey, take this to an exhaust place and get them to check your catalatic converter. they shouldn't charge you for looking. If the noise is a motor noise from the tank it may simply be the fuel pump. I am not sure about this type of car but that may be the design of the pump. Good luck

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