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Old 01-07-2001, 05:21 PM
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Rattling dash in 92-94 F150?

I have the solution! Go to your Ford dealer and get part # F4TZ-1504366-A. It is a metal bracket which replaces the plastic one in your dash that is probably broken.

My dash rattled terribly until I put in this bracket. Took me about an hour start to finish. It comes with instructions and the rivets that you need. All you need is a socket set, screwdrivers, a drill, and a pop rivet tool.

Thanks to Wish for giving me the tip about this. Just wanted to post it here in case anyone else has the same problem. Oh, and the part only cost me $14 or so.

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Rattling dash in 92-94 F150?

[font size="1" color="#FF0000"]LAST EDITED ON 07-Jan-01 AT 08:13 PM (EST)[/font][p]my dad needs that bracket for his 92 flareside, it hops up and down like this green guy Oo


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Rattling dash in 92-94 F150?

Haha, yeah mine rattled pretty good too. If I looked over while going over a bump I could see the dash bouncing up and down!


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Rattling dash in 92-94 F150?

are you talking about the right hand side or passenger side
of the dash.
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Rattling dash in 92-94 F150?

The right side of the dash IS the passenger side, and that is the side that used to rattle on mine.



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