Have any of you totally eliminated door and rear deck rattles on your Bonneville'*? I plan on buying a Bonneville later in the summer and the ability to install a great stereo in the car is extremely important. Right now in my Buick I have Infinity speakers in the front doors, and in the dash, no 6x9'* in the back, and pioneer subs. This setup as great sound quality, gets really loud, and makes enough bass that the rear view mirror will point down after listening to it for a while. My tail lights even flex about 1/8" to the bass.
anyway, my point is that inside the buick there are no rattles at all. The fit and finish of this car is great.
My bro has a 92 Bonneville with Kenwood speakers all around, the 5.25'* in the front doors, and the 6x9'* in the back.. His system does not get very loud at all, and still there are so many rattles in his car that it sounds horrible. The front doors rattle really bad. THe plastic the speaker is connected to rattles, the door handles, the power windows switch pod, all the trim panels on the doors, etc. If you get some sound deadener, have you guys for the most part been successful in getting out all the rattles? Most of the Bonneville'* interior seems to be made of plastic. The LeSabre I have now used a type of cardboard material it looks like for the door panels. (thus it doesn't rattle at all.
) This probably sound stupid to most of you, it'* just I love the great sound of a stereo, and I want to make sure you can get rid of all the rattles on the bonneville.
anyone know how to fix the rear deck too? The rear deck rattles really bad and the 6x9'* don't put out too much bass, they just make a loud farting noise. The speakers are totally sealed off, I made sure of that.