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I was wondering if anyone is experiencing a rattling noise when the car is on Drive and brake are pressed. The car has only 400 miles. I just noticed today when I drove the wife car to get her windows tinted.


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I have a 2018 Touring and mine does this as well. You can actually hear it outside the vehicle while it is running. It seems more noticeable when its colder, but still makes the noise consistently. It seems to be coming from the Drivers side front area. Honda had it for 2 hours and said they found nothing, and of course when we drove it with the service guy it didn't make the noise.
 

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I have a 2018 Touring and mine does this as well. You can actually hear it outside the vehicle while it is running. It seems more noticeable when its colder, but still makes the noise consistently. It seems to be coming from the Drivers side front area. Honda had it for 2 hours and said they found nothing, and of course when we drove it with the service guy it didn't make the noise.
Check tranny fluid level. Most of these vehicles come from factory with fluid level barely in safety range! Just like your antifreeze is barely above the min mark. Only thing I can think of is they can save money on fluids to barely in the safe range. Just a thought. Good Luck!!
 

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Someone here had a similar problem and found it to be a heat shield under the floor that was rattling against something underneath the car on the drivers side. Can't remember all the details but I think all he did was bend it back out of the way.
 

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