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Old 10-09-2013, 07:56 PM
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2013 Radio Bezel Buzzing

Any other 2013/2014 trucks have a buzzing sound coming from the silver trim piece around the radio? If I hold my fingers and push in slightly it stops the buzzing/vibration noise that I'm experiencing. Told the dealer, noise seems to be louder now after they took it apart.

How do I take this piece off? I'm going to try and put some type of dampener (felt,rubber) to take care of the noise.

Thanks for your help. This noise is driving me crazy - can be heard with radio up.
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Pop out the cig lighter piece and the ac plug piece. There is a small slot at bottom of each to pry the black plastic surround out. Then behind each there is 1 small screw. After the 2 screws are out, gently start pulling the trim outward at the bottom below the up fitter switches if you have them. Work your way up towards the radio. The trim is also attached to the black trim above the radio that is the front portion of the dash iPod storage. I pull on that gently too so I don't break them apart
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Once these are removed, even just one time, they will never stop buzzing!
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Mine has been out several times including yesterday and mine does not buzz or make any noise. Im sure if you break some of the clips you are correct tho.
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Is there anything you would recommend that could help with buzzing? I'd like to have an idea of what will work before I pull it off. Since it is fastened with clips, what might help tighten it up? Thanks for the help!
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Old 10-13-2013, 02:19 PM
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I think the factory uses the stick on felt pieces but you want to find where the noise is coming from before you open it up. I would push in various areas to narrow it down.
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