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Old 04-20-2011, 01:19 PM   #1
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Wind noise drivers window, or back window?

It's driving me nuts, its a small wind noise, but cant pinpoint it. Is this common guys? Am I just being too picky?

Also, my truck is 4x4, its my first 4x4. Sometimes when Im driving, it feels uh, clunky... like when I accelerate quickly it feels like Im on a gravel road, tiny bumps, (not slippery). Is this at all weird?

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my truck gets the same wind noise from drivers door/window. if you push on the window when driving it goes away a little bit. not sure if getting thicker weatherstripping will help out or not. i usually just turn the music up but it is annoying knowing its there.

my 4x4 feels fine.
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Old 04-20-2011, 01:23 PM   #3
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I have a little wind noise but I thought it was my ventshades so I live with it.
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Old 04-20-2011, 01:24 PM   #4
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I hear wind noise as well. Sounds like it's coming from the rear passenger side, possibly in the split rear window, but I can't pinpoint it. There's no leaks when it rains, so I just turn up the radio.
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Old 04-20-2011, 01:28 PM   #5
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I believe they all do it... Both of my 2nd Gens have done it. A friend of mine did have a problem where the seal in his windshield started to separate. The noise was very loud though.
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ive been wondering if its the little metal like tab on the rubber window ledges on the outside, above the door, below the glass, theres one on each window, and they are bent a tiny bit out, so I am wondering if thats it? Like a damn whistle, lol
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ya i got it too. i only hear it when the front driver window is halfway down
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I had a wind noise that sounded like it was in the passenger front door, near the door handle.
It was louder when outside temp was lower.
Looked, pushed, wiggled....finally a friend of mine riding in the passenger seat squeezed the mirror trim tighter to the door frame outside-presto! Noise gone.
Turns out, the black plastic mirror housing has separated slightly from the door frame.
I ran a bead of clear silicone caulk in the gap and the noise is gone.
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i've got the noise coming from driver window, if i push on window in upper left corner it goes away. not sure how to get rid of it, it is annoying.
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Had the wind noise as well. Sounded like a kazoo on the freeway at 70+. Just had the windshield resealed last week and so far it seems to have fixed the problem.

Not sure about the "clunky" feeling you're describing.
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Driver door window [on DC] for sure...

Starts at about 40mph and noise increases with speed. It's definitely not the roof rack which has it's own [expected] at highways speeds. On my list to have the dealer check out next time I'm there.
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I am taking mine in today for the same annoying wind noise in my 2011 DC from the drivers door.
I have siliconed every crack and used extra weather stripping to no avail
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