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Vibration noises from the windscreen at speeds above 50mph

I have a 2006 ford transit and suffer from vibration noises from the windscreen at speeds above 50mph

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SOURCE: roaring noise when speed gets about 50mph

could possibly be a wheel bearing.

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wheel bearings usually dont go at once, they progress. i would say to do it as soon as can so as not to risk ruining other parts like the wheel hub which is pressed into the bearing to support the wheel. approx. cost is $150 for bearing and about 1.5 hrs to complete. (all dependant on shop)

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I had a problem with a whistling car after 50 mph and it turned out to be the front window gasket. I put silicone on the trim and problem solved.

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