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What is causing my 2004 honda recon to whistle when it is revved up. Sounds like the wind whistling

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SOURCE: whistling noise under the hood of my Honda civic.

Thhis noise could be a mutitude of issues. If you have some dash board spray, try spraying some on the top pully staying away from the fans and belts. Also position your face away from the expected spray. Water can be used but it not as affective. Then let me know what happened. Later DRRXR :)

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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SOURCE: Whistle Noise

Check your air intake manifold hose if is crack this cause whistle noise replace the hose.

Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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SOURCE: whistling noise coming from engine compartment on 2004 toyota sequoia

How to replace belt idler pulley on 2002 seqouia

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

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SOURCE: when i give my car gas a whistle comes from the engine. It's a high pitch continual sound. When i let off the gas the whistle stops. It sounds like it's coming from the top of the block.70k miles Thun

Sounds like a vacume leak, chk. for a cracked or broken vacume line or maybe one came off. Does it idle ruff? With it running open hood and listen for a low pitch whistle you may have to rev it up a little.

Posted on May 31, 2009

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SOURCE: When I reach a speed of 30MPH I get a whistling noise

It is now sorted somehow the window had become slightly open and caused the wind noise.

Posted on Dec 05, 2009

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Whistling sound coming from right rear


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I have a 2004 pontiac grand am and it is making a whistle sound when I drive what is wrong?


It whistles because it does not know the words. Common experience tells us that whistling comes from sucking or blowing air or other gas, not a liquid, through an orifice. Lots of orifices on a car so start by having someone listen under the hood, after opening it, as it idles and even with some revving up and down a bit. Some clue may be given as to the location of the whistle.

If you look closely under the hood you will see many small diameter hoses, usually black, which transfer engine vacuum hither and yon to do work or throw switches as the car goes about its business. Following each of these hoses to their ends and making sure they are still connected could lead you to a whistler.

There is a large wide black belt under the hood called a serpentine belt, these have been known to screech as they age and/or become loose. If the whistle noise is actually a screech, then I think you could use a squirt gun to spray some water on it as it spins and if the noise briefly goes away until the water dries, you may cure your whistle with a new belt.

Someone who knows what they are doing is most likely going to have to put their eyes and hands on the car to figure this out.

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this sounds odd but mine did this when i replaced the wipers. it seems the design of the wiper frame was making a whistle at higher speeds. the freestar wipers are exposed on the window cowl and not hidden so they endure the winds at high speed. it is worth a shot.

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this means that your door weather seal is not doing its job two reasons door gasket could be torn or lost its seal the other reason is the door frame has been bent maybe by triple a guys with their air bladders to open the door or some other way,it should still be under warranty see the dealer.

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It is now sorted somehow the window had become slightly open and caused the wind noise.

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To determine what's making the whistle, try putting some tape over anything that might be causing it. I'd tape over any trim or moldings to try and find out where its coming from. You might try a wide roll of tape over the window edges, and trim points, if the whistle stops, take off a section at a time and recheck until it appears again, and you know what's causing it. Try to keep the tape flat, or you might create some new whistles! Let me know how you do. countrycurt0

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I have a 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT. About 2 months after purchase, I noticed a whistling sound emanating from the right corner of the dash/windshield when driving 60 mph. The whistle was steadiest...


Hi, 2possible suggestions that will help you, when dealing with a wind noise it is almost always visible in the affected area by seeing a redich resedue caused by entering dust particles,

you could also use''masking'' duckt tape to seal off all your suspect areas(starting with the r/h section of the windshield) then by trail and error systematically remove piece by piece of this tape untill your noise is located, then you can decide on what to do with the ''leak''

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