Question about 2006 Toyota Highlander
We just purchased a 2010 Toyota Camry (our 4th Camry). We have two dogs; one which likes to have the back window open for whisker blowing. When one or both back windows are open, the wind buffeting noise is enough to drive you nuts. The only solution so far is to open one of the front windows just a crack, but I don't always want my front window open. Never had this problem with my other Camrys. I might also add that I am a noise freak; I like things quiet whether it be in my home or in my car.
That is just the way the car is built, the newer cars with the aerodynamics set the way they are will have a buffering sound if only front or only rear windows are open, like you said the only way to negate that noise is to open the front windows a crack, its a characteristic of the vehicle, many new cars do that.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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