At higher speeds there is a rattle that comes from both the driver's door and the front passenger's door. If I place a little pressure on the window, with my hand the rattling stops only to return when I release that pressure.
I have had this fixed under warranty before and I believe that they said they replaced the bead seal. Now that its out of warranty, I need to find a fix myself or pay big bucks to have the car dealer fix it again.
Remove the window trim at the rear of the front door. (There is a screw on the inside of the door frame at the top of the door. ) Place 3 or 4 thick beads of silicone adhesive on the inside of the trim piece. Don't put the adhesive on the alignment tabs. replace the trim and let the silicone cure overnite. I've had no problems for 35,000 miles since I did this.
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I had a similar problem on my 2007 RX350 and it was from the plastic gas tank protective cover under the SUV. There is a small portion of the cover that extends forward beside the gas tank, and usually has a rubber piece attached to it to stop it from hitting the floor under the car. The rubber had come of mine so I had to replace the rubber. This stopped it from hitting the bottom of the car at higher speeds. Worth taking a look at?
Go to the Hyundai tech website: www.hyundaiusa.com
Register and log in, them go to technical info, then to service. Use the search. There is an exploded view showing the screw locations. There are also some snaps that can be pried with a wide screwdriver. Good luck! (it comes off pretty easily)
I agree with philip, i have not studied the electrical system. but to my best guess the electric fans are tied into the engine cooling system. when the engine is not requesting the fans to come on. then their is very little air passing threw the cooling package. When their is no cool air passing by the condenser this will not draw the heat out of the refrigerant leaving excess heat in the system and when the cab fan blows this is were the excess heat is getting dumped. then at higher speeds their is enough air passing threw the condenser and radiator to cool them both.
remove front door window trim and place 3 or 4 beads of silicone adhesive on the inside of trim to hold it to the door frame. replace the trim and let the silicone cure overnite. It's a design flaw. I had the same problem, the dealer kept replacing it and it still rattled. After I put the sealer on it, I haven't had any noise for 35,000 miles. Good Luck!!