I have a 2003 saturn ion that is now making a rattling noise underneath the e-brake. Any idea of what it can be?

Asked by Oct 25, 2014 at 09:58 PM about the Saturn ION

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My 2003 Saturn Ion is making a rattling noise underneath the e-brake. I looked inside but didn't see anything there that could be the cause. Could anyone give me an idea of what it could be?

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Exhaust heat shield? Catalytic converter guts rattling around. Does the e brake work?

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The e-brake works just fine. That's where I was confused....it gets louder when I have to speed up and then quiets down when I use my brakes

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Hhhhmmmmmm.... I would still check the heat shields and maybe it has a broken hanger?. Take a look at the dust shields behind the rotors and drums if it has them.

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