Hey halla...I still have the whistle. I've tried a few things, but can't seem to locate the source. I plan on asking the dealer about it on the first oil change. There have been many similar complaints and I'm sure the dealer is aware!I noticed I am getting a hight pitched whistling sound when I get up around 60mph or higher. I did not have this on my 2012 Sport and it is really annoying. I am thinking one of the doors needs to be adjusted.
Does anyone else have this issue currently? Thanks for the help.
Hit the recirculate button, and see if it goes away or changes. If so, same problem I had. Take it to the dealer, they'll replace the air intake housing under the dash and that'll fix it.i get this whistling noise from the passenger side at freeway speeds ONLY when the AC is on. seems to be AC related.
Mine did that, too. Dealer had it for 5 days, resealed the windows/doors/windshield but was still happening The air intake housing replacement mentioned above sounds like the right fix so I'll do that if/when I need to take it back to the dealer. But also as mentioned above if you turn the recirculation off it will probably go away. Its a band-aid but it worked for me.I see this is a older thread, but I picked up a new Rebel last week, and noticed I have the same noise that starts at about 55 mph. At first I thought it was the deer whistle I put on it, but when I removed it , the whistle / air noise was still there. Any results on getting rid of the noise other than bad trim?
I had the same noise about 20 years ago when I had this style of antenna on my Dakota. So I it off and went for a ride, and the noise was gone. I am surprised I remembered this quick fix.lol, if only all whistling problems can be solved by shrink tubing. How did you figure out it was the ham radio antenna?
Heat Shrink = The New Duct Tape ! >>Well, believe it or not, I found my noise. It was self induced, and I fixed it. It was an open coil in my ham radio antenna that was whistling. I covered it with hear shrink tubing, and the noise it gone.