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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-20-2017, 11:40 AM Thread Starter
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Sun glasses holder rattle?

Anyone experiencing an issue with their sun glasses holder rattling? I'm not sure if it is because the foam piece in the corner is kinda cock-eye'd or if there is something loose where it is mounted.
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Some people had rattles from the roof liner and solved it by pushing up around the dome light or console. Maybe try applying pressure around the console/sunglass holder to see if anything needs to pop back into place.
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Sounds good. I will give that a try. Thanks.
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The rattle is from your glasses touching the roof of the compartment.
I put some self stick rubber strips across the top of the compartment and it cured the rattle.
I used some weatherstripping that was about 3/16 inch thick and about a half in wide.
Three strips was enough and it is soft, so it doesn't put pressure on the glasses.
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The rattle is from your glasses touching the roof of the compartment.
I put some self stick rubber strips across the top of the compartment and it cured the rattle.
I used some weatherstripping that was about 3/16 inch thick and about a half in wide.
Three strips was enough and it is soft, so it doesn't put pressure on the glasses.
I'll give that a try. I don't have sunglasses in the compartment though.
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Anyone experiencing an issue with their sun glasses holder rattling? I'm not sure if it is because the foam piece in the corner is kinda cock-eye'd or if there is something loose where it is mounted.
I have the same problem I have nothing in the compartment. It's almost as if there is a wire or something hitting the compartment above. If anyone knows how to drop the overhead panel down please post. Mine is 2015 Canyon SLE.
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I wrapp my sunglasses in a small microfiber towel that I'd normally use to remove minor smudges. Works great in stopping this too.
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