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Driver side plastic rattle

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I just bought a 21 Silverado RST and About 4 months after purchasing it I have started to notice a rattle/squeak coming from the driver side door frame. It is extremely loud. I have tried shaking different pieces of plastic but I have not been able to recreate the noise. It only happens when driving over bumpy roads. I am wondering if anyone else has experienced this and if so, were you able to find the source of the noise? I am assuming it is a piece of plastic that needs to be tightened.  Thanks. 

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On 3/14/2022 at 9:21 AM, Muddturtle1231 said:

Also, check your hood release.  Mine started rattling within about a month of ownership.  It just needed a simple tightening.

The hood release inside the truck or under the hood? 

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On 3/15/2022 at 2:24 PM, crj19 said:

Thanks, I will check that, but the noise sounds like its coming from outside the driver's door.

Did you ever figure out what was going on? I have the same problem!

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10 hours ago, tpettigr said:

Mine is the drivers side mirror. It’s apparently two separate plastic pieces and one is just loose enough to rattle in the wind

Mine sounds like the mirror also, how did you fix it?

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