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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-02-2006, 11:00 AM Thread Starter
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loud noise in cabin

when ever i open one window while driving 60 mph and over. it creates a loud deafining noise inside the cabin. it sounds like a loud bass from a monster speaker. but when i open another one it goes away. is this normal? my crv does not do this at all but ofcource i got ventvisor on it.
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It's normal.

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My 00 Impala did it also. Over at the Freestyle forum on Edmunds, they have a dozen or so posts of the same effect. Apparently it is now common on most cars but I don't know why it didn't happen in the old days. Some have said it is actually painful as the air coming in waves of compression reaches the ears. I opened my moonroof on my Pilot and watched the headliner shake! You can usually stop it by opening a front window. Haven't heard of opening the other rear window helping any.

Like Jay said, don't worry, its normal.

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would it help i have ventvisors on them?
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yes, visors will help, but personally, and this is only my preference, I don't care for the look of them. If you have a moonroof, tilting it open will help, or opening the opposite back window slightly should help too

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