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Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: Orange County, CA
Vehicle: 2008 SLK 55
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Sounds like a loose OEM rear Lexan draught stop.
The triangles (w mesh) are inserted from the rear of the vehicle and not from the cabin/cockpit side. The Lexan draught stop or windschott is inserted downwards with the release buttons facing the cabin (smooth side facing rear of vehicle).
I haven't noticed any sound when going over bumps or uneven surface. It is quite stable even near 100 mph and my OEM rear Lexan windscreen is about 3 years old.
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