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Old 01-31-2015, 01:23 PM   #15
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Dash squeaks are hard to find and often times are fixed without finding the actual issue.

I've seen guys use grease, oils, or just take it apart and reassemble it. But what I used to do was every place I saw where two pieces met but didn't have a screw actually holding it down I would put a piece of cloth there. I've used bits of grease rags, but good felt works best. A little glue to keep it there, and you don't want a lot as that will make it hard to assemble.

It takes time, but it will never squeak or rattle again.
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Old 01-31-2015, 07:59 PM   #16
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Dash squeaks are hard to find and often times are fixed without finding the actual issue.

I've seen guys use grease, oils, or just take it apart and reassemble it. But what I used to do was every place I saw where two pieces met but didn't have a screw actually holding it down I would put a piece of cloth there. I've used bits of grease rags, but good felt works best. A little glue to keep it there, and you don't want a lot as that will make it hard to assemble.

It takes time, but it will never squeak or rattle again.
It doesn't bother me but it's good to know how to fix them. I worry more about if something is coming loose..
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