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Wind noise by passenger mirror


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This is driving me crazy. Noise starts about 55 mph and continually gets worse. I have put masking tape on every exterior gap in an attempt to find the source. Adjusted the doors and other things. I cannot find the cause of this. any advice.

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Has anyone had  any luck fixing wind noise issues. Mine is on the drivers door and it sounds like coming from around the mirror. 

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I own a 2021 RST and the whistling starts aroun 35 mph. It’s very soft sounding and appears to be closer to the drivers rear tire. That said, I saw were someone stated that it was from a “too small” gas vent tube that flattens and then gives off the whistling noise. I’m going to the dealer today so they can give me the fix or just waist my time as usual. Service sucks these days no matter what industry involved and the auto industry may be the worst. 

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