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My 997 is dead quiet, except for a 'rattle' that sounds like a marble or a ball rolling around somewhere to the right of the driver seat, when I go even slowly over soft bumps. I can't reproduce the sound from the seat, the buckle, the glovebox or the console cubby box. Any suggestions?

Patriot

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Loose coins dropped inside the center console?

Might be - I'll check on that. Thanks for this and any other suggestions.

Patriot

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Loose coins dropped inside the center console?

Checked it and you're right. But the quarter wasn't dropped - it was in one of the coin slots in the console, and it would move horizontally, causing the noise. My bad - thanks for the heads-up!!

Patriot

'05 911 Carrera (Arctic Silver/Black)

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Loose coins dropped inside the center console?

Might be - I'll check on that. Thanks for this and any other suggestions.

Patriot

I'm happy you found the cause of the rattle. But believe me there are many a coin rattling around along the full length of the console in many cars :(

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