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Sunroof Wind Noise/Air Leak-- Input needed

Below 50MPH the cabin is quiet, but above 50MPH and especially above 70MPH there is a huge amount of intermittent wind noise coming from the sunroof when it is "closed". It seems pretty obvious that there is an air leak somewhere. Tesla tried to swap out the seal around the sunroof in the front aspect, which did nothing to improve it.

I've seen some posts about having Tesla Service adjust the height that the windows go up to better seal the cabin. I'm awaiting the next step from Tesla Service and wanted to see if anyone has encountered similar wind noise (unacceptably high, obvious) at higher speeds and how they had it fixed.

Any information would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Sam

Just took my P85 in for sun roof noise for the second time. They have learned quite a bit now since my first visit with this problem.

Tesla no longer has to replace the seal, or mess with the tab, it is a matter of repositioning the seal and getting it to stay put.

My car is dead quite now thanks to the good work at the Costa Mesa Service Center.

So happy to have my car back I could kiss them all :)

ziggy;
dead quiet is quite quiet. The sound must have quit when they quosed the quack! :)

I've had my non-sunroof S for a week and have noticed intermittent wind noise that appears to come from behind my left ear--suggesting the driver's-side window. I've tried opening and then closing the window but the noise is intermittent anyway. Hard to tell if it is the front or rear window or door.

Otherwise, what an experience to drive an S! I didn't drive one until I picked ours up. Now I just need to find the forum where one suggests software enhancements (I'm a UX guy.)

My pano roof developed a very faint whistling noise - like a far away tea kettle. This noise would only happen at freeway speeds, and only if driving into a headwind or heavy cross winds. Service center identified that air leak was coming from the fascia panel directly in front of the pano roof opening, it's the rectangular glossy black plastic piece that sits between the front of the sun roof and the top of the windshield. Service bulletin requires the installation of brackets to pull on and apply downward force on the fascia panel, giving a better seal.

The whistling tea kettle noise is gone after most recent service.


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