Not my 2008. I just have 2.jpark said:This might be a stretch, but on 2007 and older E/M/Ts, look at the liftgate license plate. Ford (finally) made four license plate screws standard on 2008 and newer models, but older models leave the lower part of the license plate unsecured, and it will usually rattle with a sub.
Nay.dust4 said:thanks for all the replies. for now just a stock sub...which sucks. but i have a jvc KD-AVX2 deck, hopefully a new sub soon where should i put it. thinking maybe on the floor in the middle of the back seat? yay?nay? dont realy know.
..check out my other post...its better 0 replies tho
A solid system in this vehicle begins with a decision. Do you keep the stock deck, or do you change it out? That then sets the path for the rest of the system.dust4 said:im serious about making it sound better. i am on a bit of a budget. but let me know what u are thinking about im very interested.
I understand. I don't build SPL systems, I build SQ systems. Sure they get loud but they never lose their composure. Good equipment doesn't have to be big, you just have to know how to get what you want with the least amount of space loss. On the older Escape style you have a spare tire that isn't there on the newer models, so things are different for you. you might want to stay tuned to "The J's" system I'm helping him put together. Fully stealth, just like your model year too.dust4 said:Wow. thanks for the very in depth approach. Maybe a little bit to technical for me even tho you spelled it out as much as you can. i appreciate it very much and honestly think i should just wait until i do have a bit more money. i have a jvc kd ax2 deck in. maybe ill just stop the rattling for now. cause i think what mim looking for is gonna cost me because i dont want my subs and amps to be huge and noticable, id rather them be subtle and BUMP.
Define rattling. Because a leaking sub box makes for a noisy box. Also the sub could be rubbing its voice coil.SteveT said:That can cause rattling? When I built it, I sealed it with silicone sealant so I dont think it should be leaking.
Air leaks can do a whole lot. There's a lot of pressure being built up and then instantly reversed in a sealed speaker box, up to hundreds of times a second.SteveT said:I installed my old box and there are absolutely no rattles. How could a box make so much noise?