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Old 09-06-2016, 11:35 PM   #1
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Seneca wind noise in cab

Hello all, I am getting a wind/whistling noise in the cab of my 2015 Seneca 37ts around 50mph on the drivers side. Freightliner had it in for a week and could not figure it out I've seen previous post saying it's the mounting holes for the mirror. Is it any inparticular or has everyone covered or plugged them all? I think I have learned more reading the forums than from any of the basic manuals. Thank you

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Old 09-07-2016, 04:28 AM   #2
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I covered my top mirror bracket holes with black Gorilla tape cut to match the contours. Been on for thousands of miles and numerous washings with no peeling. Stopped all the whistling caused by air passing over the holes, sort of like you would blow into a pan flute.

I also put plastic grommets I got from Lowe's in the lower bracket holes, cleans up the look and would prevent noise there too if they were inclined to "sing".

Also make sure the shifter cable is not adding to the cab noise, there was a TSB on that noise Freightliner had to do to my 2014 to keep it quiet. Its noise was RPM-related, kick it out of overdrive and it would go away. It was easy to tell it wasn't wind noise, but drivetrain in origin.
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Old 09-07-2016, 09:11 AM   #3
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Thanks for the response and clarification and pics, I'll be fixing this immediately.
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