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Old 29-10-2015, 07:40 PM
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So, love the car, but the dash is rattling on road that's not 100pc smooth. Think it's the rubbing of the plastic surrounding the tachometer. Anyone else having any issues with it? Also noticed that the side passenger airbag protudes a little bit? Not smooth....

Keen to hear from anyone who experience the same? I have a 3 yr unlimited km warranty, surely they will cover this?


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Mine doesn't have either of these issues so it might be worth getting checked out hey. The alarm has been giving me grief, sat nav is a pain and the brakes have a weird noise that they can can't figure out but otherwise I love the car!
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Will do will most probably do it the next service, no rush i suppose.
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My 2015 WRX has some vibration in the dash, but I suspect it is because of the speaker grille that has warped (shrunk).. Last time I took it to Subaru they just put the dash mat over it.. lol
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My 2015 wrx speaker panel also shrunk and kept popping out so a tad spot of super glue fixed tht but I do have a bad rattle from parcel shelf when car is coming to a stop under decel
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Will do will most probably do it the next service, no rush i suppose.
Let the dealership know as soon as possible. I think rattles are only covered for 6 months.

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. Anyone else having any issues with it? Also noticed that the side passenger airbag protudes a little bit? Not smooth....
No issues with those areas - I did have some in the rear parcel shelf (brake light) and front door handles.
Solution: DYNAMAT ALL THE THINGS.

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The alarm has been giving me grief, sat nav is a pain and the brakes have a weird noise that they can can't figure out but otherwise I love the car!
Had the alarm loom replaced on mine, still had intermittant alarm issues (not disarming, etc) - after the 2nd complaint they replaced the alarm with a completely new model.
Haven't had any issues since.

Don't even get me started on the sat nav system....its rightful place is the bin....
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Had the alarm loom replaced on mine, still had intermittant alarm issues (not disarming, etc) - after the 2nd complaint they replaced the alarm with a completely new model.
Haven't had any issues since.

Don't even get me started on the sat nav system....its rightful place is the bin....[/QUOTE]

Tell me about it! It's the worst sat nav I've even come across in any car. Doesn't even find 80% of the street addresses you enter into it which is the entire point of it's existence!
I'll keep the pressure on them about the alarm as it's still playing up. Thanks for the tip.
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I've only had mine 2 weeks and whilst driving I could hear this rattle coming from somewhere in the middle to left side of the dash, so I'll let them know asap.

I've also noticed with sat nav that some of the speed zones are incorrect and some streets don't have the speed displayed. Today in Geraldton it told me to turn left prior to the service station, they're never has been and never will be a service station on that corner.
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