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  1. Hi all, I have a strange intermittent noise coming from the rear of the car - when driving around it can be heard from the rear of the car (dont think its actually inside - maybe wrong) - its like a rumbling/buzzy type noise. The noise can sometimes happen when stationary too if I rev the engine and the revs drops it can sometimes be heard (maybe the engine is vibrating the rear of the car) Another way I sometimes can make it happen is holding the car on the biting point and slowly release clutch to cause the car to judder slightly (again the engine area vibrating i guess). Any ideas w
  2. Just wondering on my newish car done aroun 1000miles I ended up running out of gas (stupid i know) - just wondering if it does any damage to the car? The dealer assured me it didnt..... Thnx
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