A tip from (Tim Hogard): Tighten the the two nuts that hold the dash in that are on the engine side of the firewall. Q: My doors/hatch/vinyl squeak over bumpy roads, especially when cold?

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A tip from (Tim Hogard): Tighten the the two nuts that hold the dash in that are on the engine side of the firewall. Q: My doors/hatch/vinyl squeak over bumpy roads, especially when cold?

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• “Lubricate” the door seals with Talcum powder or ClearGuard. “Lubricate” the rest with ClearGuard or Silicone spray. You may also want to adjust the doors so they close better by first loosening the strike pin and moving it either in or out. The rear hatch lock can also be moved a bit, but it’s easier to adjust those black knobs on either side of the hatch. They screw in and out. • My suspension groans when I go over a speed bump/other bumps? • Check for squeaky muffler hangers, and sway bar bushing! Squeeky Muffler hangers sounds like: eee-eee-eee as you drive along. Sway bar bushings squeek when you go over a bump slowly, e.g., a speed bump. It sounds like: eeee–aaaa, eeee-aaaa. Start with Si-spray. It usually cures the noise temporarily, but at least you will be able to identify where the noise is coming from. For a more permanent sway-bar bushing noise solution, especially if you have an aftermarket sway bar with polyurethane bushings: try the following: • Check the alig

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