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Old 01-14-2019, 02:18 AM
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So my rear hatch is rattling and I wanted to replace what seem to be worn out bump stops.
Does anyone know the official name for these of have a part number?
I have been searching Google and have not found anything.


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Old 01-14-2019, 02:38 PM
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If Iam not mistaking according to what you described this what you are referring to.....
https://www.sparksparts.com/oem-part...w0LWdhcw%3D%3D
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If Iam not mistaking according to what you described this what you are referring to.....
https://www.sparksparts.com/oem-part...w0LWdhcw%3D%3D
Actually I was looking for the lower ones but this definitely gets me going in the right direction.

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I THINK you need Item #6, Door Shell Bumper, Part No. 90084-54012

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... wanted to replace what seem to be worn out bump stops.
If your bump stops aren't melted or bent, self stick furniture pads will stop the clunk.
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Originally Posted by 62Fender View Post
If your bump stops aren't melted or bent, self stick furniture pads will stop the clunk.
Please do explain where would one install that on the hatch because I've been battling this for years with to no avail. All the DIYs I found were utterly useless and didn't solve my issues because there some slight design differences over the years during the first gen Scion tC.
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I installed the furniture pads on the rear bumper cover. Look for the circular or semi circular divets (where the lower hatch bumpers rest against the bumper cover.) The furniture pads should help keep the upper, hard-rubber hatch bumpers from clunking together.
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I installed the furniture pads on the rear bumper cover. Look for the circular or semi circular divets (where the lower hatch bumpers rest against the bumper cover.) The furniture pads should help keep the upper, hard-rubber hatch bumpers from clunking together.

I did the same but screwed them on which worked well for a while but ended up ruining the part.

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I did the same but screwed them on which worked well for a while but ended up ruining the part.
Ruined your bumper cover or the hatch bumpers? I've had the self-stick type since 2012 and they're still stuck tight.
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Originally Posted by 62Fender View Post
Ruined your bumper cover or the hatch bumpers? I've had the self-stick type since 2012 and they're still stuck tight.
Ah, just realized you said bumper cover. No I did not do that. I put them on the hatch bumpers

So my question is do these hatch /cushions/isolators wear out? Wondering if I need to buy new ones or save money and get some at the salvage yard and put better stick on pads on those.

For anyone questioning the parts I am looking at, referencing the pic above

#2 67281-21020 Lift Gate Stopper
#4 67893-21020 Lift Gate Upper Insulator

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According to MR_LUV, you need item number 6.
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OMG...i have an 08, why would you even need to replace these "bumpers"??? whichever ones you are talking about...just curious (i dont understand)...what the heck are you doing to them that requires them to be replaced???

edit: i gotta know...

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He screwed furniture pads to them.
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But...WHY???
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The lower hatch bumpers are too short to prevent the upper rubber bumpers from clunking together.
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Anyway, thankfully it will be 40 degrees tomorrow (50-60 this weekend) and will stop at the junkyard tomorrow and get this rattle taken care of . It is a lot worse with this polar vortex :-)
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Got the parts at the salvage yard. Put them on, added some furniture pads and ahhhhhhhhhhh hatch rattle gone on drive to work today.
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Good to hear. If it's like mine, now you'll be able to hear he other rattles.
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Good to hear. If it's like mine, now you'll be able to hear he other rattles.
Hahhaha. It's funny because it is true :-) In my case it is the strut mounts at low speeds. One thing at a time (and warm weather)

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