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recently i found out my challenger has big wind sound when I drive fast. especially on my driver side. you can hear the wind blow super strong, does anyone know how to fix it?

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recently i found out my challenger has big wind sound when I drive fast. especially on my driver side. you can hear the wind blow super strong, does anyone know how to fix it?

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Depending on the year challenger, there was a TSB regarding wind noise.
https://www.challengertalk.com/forum...5=#post6244273

I can post the full procedure for you when I get access to my home PC.
@Peter ZH here you go.
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Welcome from California Peter Give us some info on your car, year and model would help. How fast?

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thx for your info, but it is not that problem. when car speed under 140mph everything is fine, only over 145mph the wind notice suddenly super loud between back seat small window and door window.
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2015 dodge challenger scat pack. 145mph.
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At 145 mph my noise comes from the right front seat area. My wife.

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yeah, bro, my passenger side has wind sound, but its still acceptable, but driver side just like my door gonna blow out. super scared.

how to fix it.
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At 145mph you must also listen for noise coming from the rear window area.
It's usually associated with red and blue flashing lights in that area as well
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