Jolo86

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Was concerned as well but then got to the end of the comments. Seems like it will be corrected. Lived down in baja for 6 months and had a 2001 4runner 2wd didn't rattle as bad and it was twelve years old at that point. Will deal with it if it does. Yeeeew!
One other thing. That's the video I have been waiting for.
 

got_G.O.A.T.?

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Thanks. So then the people that are saying the sound is being “pumped in through the stereo by Ford” might be wrong then. I really the final production models sound like that, specifically mine. 😉
I'm not sure about other Fords or the Bronco, but my Focus ST has what Ford calls a Sound Symposer which amplifies the engine sound in the cabin. There's literally a pipe from the engine to the dashboard that's electronically controlled and opens when I get on the gas ('aggressively accelerate' per Ford). Not sure of the whole point of it, maybe Ford wanted to heighten my driving experience 🙄. It's not that annoying and there are plenty of AM parts to remove or 'delete' the symposer.
 

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