The last time I was in the SC I asked them about this, and they said I'd have to set up an appointment (I was there to get the front console installed). So for now I'm just living with it.
I had the same problem which turned out to be a misaligned set of window tracks on the left rear door. I isolated it by having my wife drive a constant 75-80 while I moved around the back to find the sound and the air intrusion. The service center fixed it in about an hour and it's been fine ever since. Above 80 or so, there's a fair bit of noise though.Anyone else experiencing high wind noise in their Model S?
I picked up my speed this weekend to pass some slow moving traffic and the wind noise was so bad I thought I accidentally rolled my windows down.
When I used to work on ICE problems I'd use a plastic tube held to the ear to explore around for where various sounds were coming from.I also brought my car in to have the wind noise fixed. They said the cause was the small, front triangular windows. They readjusted both sides, but I still hear the wind noise above 70 mph. I'm still trying to isolate where the noise if coming from, but not sure how. Does anyone know some sort of a scope/sound meter that can detect better than my ears?
My last trip on Alligator Alley I noticed no noise at all at 125mph :biggrin:, but I cannot say what might happen at a higher speed. BTW, I don't notice wind noise in my car at any speed. Some tire noise is it for me.You would fit right in on the Sawgrass Expressway and I-75.
My last trip on Alligator Alley I noticed no noise at all at 125mph :biggrin:, but I cannot say what might happen at a higher speed. BTW, I don't notice wind noise in my car at any speed. Some tire noise is it for me.