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SANCHEZ 10-30-2010 05:48 AM

lots of noise
 
I have an 08 dodge ram and i have lots of wind noise coming from the door as if the window was cracked. Any1 have any tips on how to fix this

RamTech 10-30-2010 09:25 AM

Depends on the cause. It could be a bad seal, misaligned door or even a problem with the mirror.

SANCHEZ 10-30-2010 11:22 PM

i believe ut maybe the door because it started doing because one windy day the door slipped out of my hand a flew open hard. How do you realing it

darkraven72 01-29-2011 11:07 AM

I have this issue with bot doors on my 08. It seems to be misaligned door. The problem occurs when there is a cross wind mainly. If I squeeze the door at the top it goes away. I also noticed that the last time it rained here (months ago), I was getting a drip on my knee.

I need to take it in, I'm at 33500 right now.

megaram06 03-22-2011 06:44 AM

im experiancing this same problem on both my front doors of my 06 1500 mega cab. its very annoying but im starting to get used to it. will be nice if someone figures something out

mgdunn 11-25-2011 02:39 PM

I have an '07 Ram 1500 Quad, with the same cross wind noise problem. I have taken into dealer several times over the past several years, & they keep replacing the drivers door gasket & channel. Even when I show them the problem, & the fact they have already replaced the gasket & channel, they just keep replacing them! Last week the service manager said there is nothing they can do, and they washed their hands of it, and so did the Area Manager for Chrysler Dodge, who won't call me back. The local boby shop says they see it all the time with Rams.
If this is an "Inherent" problem, would there be a service bulletin?
Thanks, MG


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