Where can you get such tape?aurelio said:If you are inclined to take care of those noises, there is a product called BSR tape.
It's Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene in tape form. So you may see it labeled as UHM or UHMW tape.
To use, you put a layer of it between surfaces that rub or hit against each other.
It works really well.
While you are at it, you can also use this tape around the house. I used it to fix a dresser with stubborn drawers.
earthworm said:I just use silicone spray on the rubber seals every 6 to 12 months..I have no squeaks, rattles, vibrations..I can even drive with the hatch not locked(just closed) and nothing rattles unless I hit a spped bump at 60 mph...:cheesy: .
The old VW Golf had a horrible temperature and RPM dependent vibration that I finally cured with Great Stuff expanding foam. But I sold this car; we will never know if the "repair" was permanent...The body metal is too thin in many cars, this is a problem unless all else is perfect..