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  • Rear door squeak

    Does anyone else get the rear cargo door squeak?

    I'm sure I've narrowed it down to the plastic fittings about half way up , that seem to be an apparatus to stop the rear door dropping when it's closed?

    I've hit it with WD 40 and Silicon spray and even some cruddy old axle grease but it doesn't take long for it to come back

    1. Is there a better long term fix that I should employ?
    2. I was thinking about trying to find a white grease lube stick

    Do Supercrap or Autobum have something like that ?



  • #2
    Mine just started doing it the other day.. 2016, 48k km... How irritating


    • #3
      Check the black plastic part next to rear wiper. Mine was lose and making noise. So i put the double side tape and fix. No rattle after that.
      Pearl white kakadu rolling on fuel hostage 18" with 285 60 18


      • #4
        Place some duct tape over the male and female part of that black guide thing.
        2010 GXL 150 TD, Auto, Graphite, ARB Bullbar, OME Suspension, Safari Snorkel, Coopers AT3


        • #5
          Flip the metal latch on the body (U shaped piece). I suspect the coating has worn away and it's metal on metal. Swapped mine today, and squeak solved.
          [SIZE=1]2010 150 GXL Ebony Diesel | ARB Delux Bar | ARB Bashplates | GME 3450 UHF | Bilstein/Dobinson lift | SA LED Lighting 185W Spotties | Bridgestone D697LT | Wet Seat covers | LeighW's Voltage booster | Tin75 Pet barrier | 3D Mats'n'boot protector | Onboard ARB CKMA12 Compressor | Rhino Pioneer Platform | Roadsafe Recovery Points | Airtec Snorkel[/SIZE]


          • #6
            Not a squeak, but mine has started a slight knock/tap sound sometimes when I turn left on an incline/decline or certain bumps. Cant work out if its the rear door or a suspension part. Mines a 2014 GXH with 29K.


            • #7
              My son's 150 developed a rattle from the rear cargo door that took him a while to diagnose. It turned out to be a small piece of plastic inside the actual door lock mechanism that had broken off. A new door lock fixed the rattle but was it costly at over $300