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    Hi folks
    My car is going into the dealers tommorrow,the problem is that the pin hinge on the boot (hatch back) has got some play on it so when i go over sharpe bumps it rattles,It also does it when reversing out of the garage from the vibration of the zorst.Just wondering if anyone else has had a problem like this.
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    no, but I did have a rattling boot lid on my old Vec B, was the rubber stops at the bottom of the hatch not high enough. Adjusted them and all was fine again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ste View Post
    no, but I did have a rattling boot lid on my old Vec B, was the rubber stops at the bottom of the hatch not high enough. Adjusted them and all was fine again.
    I also had that with my vec b also rear window glass had to be re-bonded.

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    If its the tailgate rattling, probably just needs adjusting.
    I had an annoying rattle from the rear and it turned out to be the parcel shelf rubber missing: http://www.vectra-c.com/forum/showth...rubber+stopper
    Hope the dealer sorts it for you.

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    took the car to dealers and have been told that i need some more rams for the boot its only 1year old and they are worn out,hope the pair they fit next are better!!

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