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Re: Long and winding road with E39 (archive)

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Posted by Kevin Kekoa on September 25, 1998 at 10:52:10:

In Reply to: Re: Long and winding road with E39 posted by jeff c on September 25, 1998 at 10:15:16:

I'd check the moonroof area as well. I notice there's a lot more wind noise when the sliding headliner open.

: you might look at the sunroof gaskets. I had a problem with this also. I had the sunroof seals repalced and the problem went away. Its very hard to determine exact origin of sound. I though it was behind me, but it was above
: jeff c

: : Have anyone got disturbed about a high wind noise/level
: : from somewhere near B-pillar ? It sounds like something wrong in aerodynamics and can raise up to noticeable/disturbing levels.
: : Every thinkable rubber list/sealing in doors is already replaced.
: : I have tested E39 98' and did not hear that kind of heavy wind noise.

: : Comments appreacieted

: : //Leo




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