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Wind noise in a 2004 chevy tahoe at 40-45 mph+

Torwards the bottom of the windshield

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  • shannlee23 Feb 05, 2009

    I have the same problem on my 02 Tahoe and my friend had the same problem with his 02 pick up. We thought that this noise was caused by the rubber flaps that are located near the hood hinges. That these were slapping the winshield at high speeds. Whie on a long drive the noise was unbearable so the flaps were removed. Well, the noise persisted, other site state this as a design flaw but I cannot imagine that a design flaw would continue over several years. But then again this is Chevrolet that we are talking about.

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It sounds like your winsheild gasket has a leak. There is a small rubber gasket that goes around the windshield. If it is leaking air, it may wind up leaking water, rain...etc. There not cheap. It would cost around 100 or so to replace.

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