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Wind buffeting sound

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Anyone have a wind turbulence buffeting sound like you get with a single window open but when all windows are up? I have been getting it periodically. Might have to tell the gf that the fix is just put louder exhaust on to cover it. We all know that if you have louder exhaust, you need to throw a tune on there (and maybe an intercooler)... to remove the fake engine noise... yeah. thats it. ;)
 
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Nope. Pretty quiet. Is it speed related? Any of that effect at a standstill? I recall someone having that issue related to malfunction of the subwoofer.
 
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I don’t remember. I’ll pay attention to what’s happening when it occurs. My gf said she didn’t hear it when I told her about it in the car.
 

Stradt03

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I've had that in my last 3 cars. If you don't know what it is, you haven't experienced it yet. It literally sounds like your head is inside of a drum with rapid pressure changes. It is completely bizarre. Funny thing is that I don't ever remember having that buffeting issue when I was a kid in my parent's cars.
 


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