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.... or so I thought. I was ready to take my Nox in to the dealer and discovered that the noise was coming from another place. It was my windshield wipers in there normal set position.

It was misting rain when I put wipers on the intermittent cycle. The noise would stop everytime my wipers was in the up position.

Has anyone had a similar issue, and what actions were taken to stop the issue if so.

The noise also seems to be more prevelant when drive into a slight head to full head wind.
 

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you mistook wind noise from your wipers as a slipping belt?

must have been windy as hell out!

try different wipers if it annoys you that bad

some of the newer single pressure point wipers are more aerodynamic...
 

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you mistook wind noise from your wipers as a slipping belt?

must have been windy as hell out!

try different wipers if it annoys you that bad

some of the newer single pressure point wipers are more aerodynamic...
I once mistaken a formation of UH-60 as a flat tire haha
 

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gar187er said:
you mistook wind noise from your wipers as a slipping belt?

must have been windy as hell out!

try different wipers if it annoys you that bad

some of the newer single pressure point wipers are more aerodynamic...
I have the same wipers on my Acura TL w/o any issues. 5-10 mph winds. I'm going to tape the holes in my wiper arm to see if that has any effect the noise..........
 
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