So I've noticed a rattle coming from the passenger side area I'm thinking somewhere around the seat belt area, has anyone else experienced this?
If your dealership happens to figure out what the culprit was I'd love to know.I have this same rattle. The TLX was in the garage twice to try and fix this but it is still there. Next time I am in I will mention again. It seemed like they fixed it, but came back within two weeks.
Have the dealer do this. You have a new vehicle with a 4 year warranty (or more if you bought more). This material you speak of is a common fix to rattles (as found in the assembly line).Wow andleigh, very good suggestions.
Mentioning fabric gave me an idea. I'm going to add some stick on velcro (the fuzzy side) to some of the surfaces that might be most prone to plastic on plastic contact and see if it helps. I've seen it done on the seat belt buckles of my dad's Jeep and figure that rattling might be the reason why.
I know what you mean. For a while it's only been higher end dealers like BMW and Mercedes. I recall most Honda/Acura owners having to rely on rentals which at times aren't all that great especially since they give you a car equal the value of yours or less with the latter being much more common.I scheduled a service appointment tomorrow to have the issue checked out. What a relief that Acura has loaner cars (first car I've owned that offers this). I'll report back with details on what the technicians discover.
I have this now. It is the seatbelt receptacle that vibrates rapidly and hits the arm rest. I have the launch kit with Michelin super sports, I think they create undo vibrations for some reason. What tires do u have?? I am taking it in to see if tires are the issue. I can get it to stop by moving the seat belt thing to another position. Hope this helps. J