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i have some vibration/noise on the driver door i hear something making noise but i can t find where exactly come from cause it only makes noise when i m driving, it comes around the door and the frame, does anybody have this problem? need some tips
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I have something simular to what you are saying.
I believe that my noise is coming from the rubber around the door. It seems like when I go over A hard bump in the road the door rattles A little. Its been getting pretty cold around here and I believe the rubber around the door is starting to get A little hard.I took some silicon spray and put it around the door and so far no problem.I dont know if thats the same problem your havin but thats whats been happining to my truck anyways
 

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silicone spray is one of the first mods I do to every vehicle I get, it seems to keep the rubber alot softer(especially in the cold) and it actually cut down the wind noise on my wife's scoobaru because the seals formed to the window a lot better.
 

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k9mrussell said:
I have same thing gong on in the passenger door. I just turn the CD up until I can't hear it!!!1 LOL
Now there's a guy who knows how adapt to different environments... :lol:

Edit....I'm thinking ex-jarhead perhaps???
 

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firecracker said:
No problems here. Give that silicon spray a shot, it may work for you, too.
so where do you use the silicon? how do you apply it? i hear a noise in the door what i don t know exactly where it is, should use the silicon in the whole door pannel?
what brand you use? any other tips?
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any brand spray silicone will work, and you only want to apply it to the rubber door seals themselves. it's easiest to spray it onto a rag and then rub it onto the seal.
 

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I usually use 303 (armor all would do the same thing) on my rubber striping.
 

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I try to stay away from armor all, in my opinion its like heroin for vinyl. The vinyl becomes addicted to it, and it seems to dry out real bad and look like crap without it.
 

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NateL said:
I try to stay away from armor all, in my opinion its like heroin for vinyl. The vinyl becomes addicted to it, and it seems to dry out real bad and look like crap without it.
I don't use it anymore either, I use the 303. I know in the past though, I have always used it onn my door seals, and it kept them very soft.
 

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Wont know till you give this a try. Let us know what happens.
 

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alohaarg said:
but guys do you really think that the door seals are the reason of the noise?
I think it is more trying to give you a list of options to try. A process of elimination, through educated guesses. When trying to solve an unknown problem, you want to try the most obvious, easiest, and cheapest solutions first. It would really suck to go and tear your door apart looking for the problem to find out later it was just the rubber seal being too stiff.
 
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