I'm starting to get really frustrated with cabin noises which are back again, so much so it can be a decided factor on keeping a car or not. I don't always like to have music on to drown it out and I feel like I've almost exhausted all efforts to eliminate the noises which range from squeaking, creaking, buzzing and rattling. 1. The front two A-Pillars, they are both loose which I assume is because it's part of the air bag system. I've put a small felt tab in between the front tweet and them which seems to have eliminated the noises they were making and also shouldn't effect their operation. 2. The N/S/R door area makes a buzzing noise. I wasn't sure if it was the car seat (there was a sticker on the side which I've removed) but the noise is identical to a buzzing that comes from the drivers door near the B-Pillar. Could this be that plastic stuff inside the door trim? The rear buzzing drives me insane and I've tried with the car seat so it can't be that. 3. Central console storage. I've already got two felt pads at the point where it makes noise which eliminated it but any kind of vibration (such as low revs when pulling away) causes large vibration noises from it. I can live with this though as it's only really when I don't give enough revs when pulling away - not often and I can sort that. 4. The worse bit: front dashboard instrument panel area. This is doing my head in big time. Why is the front dash made up of so many parts instead of one big moulded piece? I removed the front plastic cover where the instrument display is and found five screws inside were all loose. I've tightened it up and also put a felt pad between this trim and the main dashboard above and it's stopped noise from there but there's still annoying creaking coming from the back part of the curved instrument panel dash where it meets the main dash. Feels like my window is going to fall in! lol Any advice? It's the one thing my Mondeo never did was rattle, buzz etc inside.