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Old 04-10-2017, 02:01 PM
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Default Rolling Noise Under Passenger Seat

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During decelerating, accelerating, turning, pretty much any movement, it sounds like something is rolling around in my interior, like a marble. At first I thought it was something in the Seat Mounting Tracks, but it wasn't there. After some testing and such, I believe there is something under the seat, under the carpet, under where the wiring box is under the seat. Problem is, There is no easy way to access it. Is there any easy way to get under the carpet there without tearing out the entire carpet? I'm not about to completely take out the carpet just to get rid of a (somewhat) minor rolling sound.

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