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Old 09-17-2013, 02:04 PM   #1
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Dolphin 5355 Rattle while in motion

Have any oif you Dolphin 5355 owneers experienced any "rattles" the seem to be coming from the front of the MH while driving? We have checked the engine and the suspension and it does not come from there so we are puzzled. We could use the experience of any Natiuonal owner on this issue and your help will be greatly appreciated.



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We experienced annoying "squeaks" that were fixed by tightening all the screws along the windshield curtain track, along with associated screws in the overhead trim.

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I read somewhere in another Dolphin Forum that they some issues with the welds coming apart up front just below the windshield aka, the firewall area. Now as far as my Dolphin has more rattles then a baby toy, but i blame it on the roads. Once i'm smooth roads, no more rattles!
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Like I said, ours was under the dash. The dash was banging on the steering, making it sound and feel like it was coming from the front suspension, but it t'warn't!
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Like I said, ours was under the dash. The dash was banging on the steering, making it sound and feel like it was coming from the front suspension, but it t'warn't!

My dash seems to be suffering from the ratles as well. How did you solve the problem and what exactly was the issue ie the welds???
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