Q: Q: Rattle noise

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Hello, so while im driving there is a rattle coming from under my jeep. I dont think its the exhaust as it should do it at a stop as well, correct?. It only rattles while im driving. Is there anything else that could be causing it. Also it sounds more of a rattle/grind noise.

My car has 90700 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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