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Wind whistle noise

I love my 2004 tiburon but have an annoying wind whistle noise coming from ? vent system, windshield, difficult to tell where from - sun roof has been investigated with no change. This occurs at speeds above 80 k, and varies in severity. Can anyone help ?????

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  • Eddie Oct 22, 2008

    I have the same problem, the wind whistle is coming from my drivers door, the passenger door sits over more than the drivers door, how do i move the driver door over a inch or 2 to stop the wind getting in?

  • Eddie Oct 22, 2008

    Wind whistle is coming throw my drivers door, how do i move the door over a inch or 2 to stop this from happening?

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To determine what's making the whistle, try putting some tape over anything that might be causing it. I'd tape over any trim or moldings to try and find out where its coming from. You might try a wide roll of tape over the window edges, and trim points, if the whistle stops, take off a section at a time and recheck until it appears again, and you know what's causing it. Try to keep the tape flat, or you might create some new whistles! Let me know how you do. countrycurt0

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