Q: When I drive there's a rattling noise coming from the driver side , I took it to the mechanic and they said everything looked fine

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When I drive my cause there a noise making on the side of the driver side, I took it to the mechanic and they said everything looks fine but yet still made the noise , most of the time when I take it to the shop it stops making the noise until I leave

My car has 400000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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