Interior plastic panels

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  1. Moose

    Moose New Member

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    The door panels, center console, and dash in my car just seem kinda rickety.
    The door panels are loose, the dash peices don't fit very tightly together..etc. I'm gonna go around to each screw and tighten everything up, but what else can i do?

    I was thinking about applying a foam layer to the back of all the door panels to dampen any rattling/looseness..but that would take some real work

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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    What kind of car?
     
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    94 probe gt, i've heard that the door paneling is just shit from the start, the best thing would be to swap it with a 97 probe's panels. :dunno:
     
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    are you speaking from personal experience? this stuff looks :cool:
     
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    deusexaethera OT Supporter

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    It's great stuff. My father actually put it in his minivan so his 300W stereo wouldn't buzz so much. :rofl:

    Speaking of the minivan, Mitsubishi engine + Mobil 1 oil = 230000 miles with no rebuilds. Those first-generation Chrysler minivans (84-95) are amazing.
     

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