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Hi guys...I got my Bullitt #1409 2 days ago...my rear seat or something back there is squeaking on bumps and stuff...sort of annoying...anyone else have this?? If so, did you manage to find out what it is?? I'll continue the search tomorrow...
 

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I also had that, but it went away after about 1500 miles...now it's silent. Except now my brakes have started to squeak under light braking... :razz:
 

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My brakes squeak as well and the dealer told me there is nothing he can do about it due to the metallic pads they are forced to use. Is this true or was he blowing smoke up my a$$ so he wouldnt have to take the pads off and lubricate them?
 

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I started to hear clinking back there and
finally figured out what the problem was!
The hoods of my Revell 68 Charger R/T and
68 Mustang GT were popping up when going
over bumps! The models are mounted on the
back deck. I stole some Silly Putty from
my 3 year old daughter and put some under
the hoods to remedy the clinking. :lol:
 

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On 2002-01-18 15:46, PY wrote:
I started to hear clinking back there and
finally figured out what the problem was!
The hoods of my Revell 68 Charger R/T and
68 Mustang GT were popping up when going
over bumps! The models are mounted on the
back deck. I stole some Silly Putty from
my 3 year old daughter and put some under
the hoods to remedy the clinking. :lol:

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I think i have the same problem!!!
 

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Mine used to squeak too, but has stopped in the past month. My guess is that it is something plastic that has just worn away.

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<TABLE BORDER=0 ALIGN=CENTER WIDTH=85%><TR><TD><font size=-1>Quote:</font><HR></TD></TR><TR><TD><FONT SIZE=-1><BLOCKQUOTE>
On 2002-01-18 15:46, PY wrote:
I started to hear clinking back there and
finally figured out what the problem was!
The hoods of my Revell 68 Charger R/T and
68 Mustang GT were popping up when going
over bumps! The models are mounted on the
back deck. I stole some Silly Putty from
my 3 year old daughter and put some under
the hoods to remedy the clinking. :lol:

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those Mods of yours are certainly causing you a lot of problems! Didn't they crash a while ago?
:lol: :lol
 

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Yes! That was the Charger model that broke
loose while I was taking a corner.
I still have not installed a remedy for
high lateral g's. :lol:

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Modifications:
BULLITT chase scene recreated on rear dash
with Revell 1/25 scale 68 GT 390 Fastback and
68 Charger R/T metal body models. Unfortunately
the hub caps don't come off the Charger.

<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: PY on 2002-01-22 10:31 ]</font>
 

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They must all squeek...mine did. 1) passenger seat was 1/4" too close to the door and was rubbing a bit (craftsman tooltime). 2) passenger seat head rest staff was vibrating because no weight is in the seat (push it down).

I've never actually gotten in the back seat to check, but i bet there is some metal on metal under the seat...I'll check this weekend.

On a back seat note...did anyone else notice the silly fabric that is drapped over their speakers on the rear deck? When I found it I cut it off and immediately felt like I could hear the highs more clearly from the speakers.
 

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Ok guy’s
I did have the same problem with my 99GT
I turn out to be the rear seat (flip portion) bolts was not tight
Just remove the lower portion of the back seat and check the retaining bolts
You might also check the bolts of the rear trunk separation panel
I hope this is clear
Anyway I will try to get digital camera and take pic of it
 
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