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  1. Fixing dashboard rattle - near side air vent Had a rattle coming from the passenger side vera the air vent 'behind' the dash somewhere - which sounded like plastic to plastic - driving me mad. Cured it as follows: 1. Remove the dash end plate. Use a credit card to carefully prise the 'rear' end out from the dash, revealing two plastic spigots that locate it Pull the door seal away from the flange adjacent to the end plate (just makes the job easier) Pull the end plate towards you (i.e. to the rear of the car) and you will dislocate the two tabs at the front end of
  2. Had a rattle coming from the passenger side vera the air vent 'behind' the dash somewhere - which sounded like plastic to plastic - driving me mad. Cured it as follows: 1. Remove the dash end plate. Use a credit card to carefully prise the 'rear' end out from the dash, revealing two plastic spigots that locate it Pull the door seal away from the flange adjacent to the end plate (just makes the job easier) Pull the end plate towards you (i.e. to the rear of the car) and you will dislocate the two tabs at the front end of the end plate 2. Check the vent ducting There is a plastic elbow
  3. Am getting near to changing my Bridgestone RE050As. Since we're not getting the Michelin Pilot Super Sport N-rated, I'm stuck with extended warranty acceptable N-rated tyres. The PZ Corsa system gets good 'A' ratings for wet grip, and so I was looking for experience to confirm this. I'm not worried about the higher wear, nor colder weather grip as have a set of Sottozeros for winter. And, if not the PZCS, then what next?
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