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2006 DTS at high speed 70-80, loud intermittent whooping sound comes from under dash or under hood. Seems to be on passenger side. Very annoying and sometimes lasts for a minute or more. Goes away when speed is decreased, but comes back when speed is increased to 70 or more. Any idea!

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