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Old April 9th, 2016, 12:17 AM
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1/ I'm new to the forum and what better way to start than asking if anyone can help me with a VERY annoying chirping and tweet coming from my dash.

It's not related to the motor or running gear but seems like a dash noise or panel rub on the drivers side.chirping comes in on mildly bumpy roads(most rods) and anywhere from 5-120km/hr

Iv'e removed most of the dash and a/c but cant find anything.

2/ LOOSE WIRE found in dash from ABS box going to?? The wire is short and coloured orange with green stripe - any ideas?

Many thanks, Dave
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CHIRPING fixed!

ended up being the bonnet hinges. unbelievable! i could have sworn it was behind the instrument panel.
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ended up being the bonnet hinges. unbelievable! i could have sworn it was behind the instrument panel.
did you read the recent chirping thread
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