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2005 dodge durango noise

I have a 2005 dodge durango and when It is windy and I reach speeds up to 70 mph or more there is a noise coming around the windshield. It almost sound mechanical like a steady beeping or whining. I know there are two speakers on the dash and I turn my radio off and the sound still comes through. Can anyone help me? Do I have a hole in my winshield seal or does anybody else have this probelm?

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You have a bad seal around windshield call a autoglass shop or your dealer

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