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Door *****

the roll to the windows rattle from the bass from the speakers in the door. How would you fix that?
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Turn the volume down.
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still do even with it down but not all the way down. I still wanna have bass but not by a sub yet becuase i dont have the money for one.
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mine do that too....annoying as hell...there the only things in the whole truck that rattle and it sucks. not sure how u would make it stop.
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i thought about trying to tape something to it that will make it more solid like a piece of foam or medal?
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the roll to the windows rattle from the bass from the speakers in the door. How would you fix that?
Put in a sub...

Cured mine.





Or get brand new window crank handles.
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yeah i dont have the money right now but im gonna wait tell summer or a job that will last to get one.
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With a headunit that has a sub pre-out, when it senses the amp and sub being there, it'll change the amount of bass being sent to the door speakers. At least that's how i figure it. lol. I had the same problem with rattling crank handles....then in went the sub and hearing the rattle is a thing of the past.

New cranks are only like $15 from the dealership brand spankin' new. When that 'roller' is loose from use over time, it's what rattles. Going new, they are tight and have very little play.
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im gonna go the sub way but i need a job first so i can pay for 2 12's im getting a new headunit for christmas
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Go to your GF house get a those THIN hair ties. snap one around each roller... no more rattle.. and enjoy
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i didnt know our trucks had door *****
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or, take them off of the truck, and put a short screw in the back of the hole to expand the plastic fingers and tighten the space out
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