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Old 04-03-1999, 01:48 AM
Fred Berry
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Does anyone know how I can make the interior of my '92 500SEL quieter? Has anyone experience in Dynamats, thicker carpets and replacement door seals?

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Old 04-03-1999, 08:53 PM
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I have experience with Dynamat in regards to car audio systems. Dynatmat does work, and is fairly simple to install on large surface areas, however a product by Cascade Audio is better, as dynamat peels easier and does not deaden vibration as well. They make a small aerosol can for tight nooks and crannys that deadens sound also, this might work for specific door areas, however I think you are looking for an overall lower db level. Have you checked all your seals? Is it wind noise? vs Road noise? Engine noise? Type of Tires?
Old 04-03-1999, 09:34 PM
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The only excessive noise Problem with the model Benz you have was wind noises. Mercedes issued a S.I. dealing with the problem. Several modifications were covered in the S.I. Door seals are part of the Mod.

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