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Old 08-17-2016, 06:18 PM   #1
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HI Guys
This my first post on this great forum . I live in Ireland there are very little rvs
here . (no help) So when i drive my rv there is a loud tuning fork type sound coming from the front but for the life of me i can't find it its not there all the time and i can only guess that its caused by the wind. Can anyone help me with this please &thank you. BUBBLE.
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Old 08-19-2016, 12:18 PM   #2
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like is it a constant sound? If it were wind, not only would it be constant but it would seemingly change in pitch as speed increases or decreases? Is this the case?
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HI guys
yes the pitch changes in both volume and consistency sometimes i think its coming from the drivers side then other times it seems to be coming from the passenger side its most annoying and thank you for listening to me cheers
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You need a 2nd person to drive or listen for the noise moving. Isolate it to a area. It can be anywhere, inside or out. Put tape, insulation, on whatever looks suspicious, ie over holes. It may take several attempts.
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