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    loose rear deck

    Anyone know how to tighten the rear deck? You know, the piece of plank or wood, whatever it is where the rear speakers are? I took apart my rear seat this weekend, and found the rear deck is very loose, which has probably been contributing to my rattling/clunking noise. I didn't see any screws or anything, and even after I put back the seat, I could still poke it from the trunk and it'll pop up.
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    Re: loose rear deck

    I think the speaker screws hold it down. Your screws should be long enough to go through the speaker housing, deck piece and into the metal body and quick clips. Those flat backing plates for the screws. The edges of the deck should also fit snuggly up against and under the rear window seal and the the front edge is wedged up against the seat. Also, there should be a layer of insulation/padding under the deck piece that keeps it from rattling.

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    The sound is usually the high-mount brake light


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