Q: Rattling on drivers side front area.

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When im driving at any speeds the rattling comes somtimes and sometimes it doesnt. Maybe a wire or somthing is lose. The dealer said everything looked tight under. They coupdnt re create the problem. But the noise came that same day and was so loud my mom could hear it in the passenger seat.

My car has 380 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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