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Could you nr a bit more specific about where the noise is coming from? If the noise is coming from your engine compartment I would guess you have a large vacume leak. If it is coming from say the very back of your car it may be that your exhaust has been damaged or blown a hole in it which could create that noise. Or it could be something as simple as a wind whistle noise I have seen many times where a plastic cover underneath the car has come loose or had clips broken not to where it will fall of or drag but it will catch the wind just right to make a hell of a lot of noise. Just a few things to check that come to mind. hope this helps

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