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I have seen a few wagons (including mine) which are left with broken 'insides'. According to the mechanic, the clip that holds the internal padding to the tailgate was broken. And the only one way to settle this (according to the mechanic lah) is to replace the whole internal padding. If there are left status quo, it would make an extremely annoying noise whenever the road surface is not 100%-flat. The vibrations.

However, when I bought the car, i noticed that there were two oversized screws (that looked like they do not belong there) drilled from the inside to the metal door. Of course, needless to say, the two screws helped to alleviate the vibrations, but not totally though.

My point is, better not your problem escalate to the level where the internal padding breaks.
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