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Hi, just found this forum and saw people posting about noise issues and though I'd post mine as well in case someone else has the same problem.

I have an AWD Limited 2020 model.

Just recently, maybe in the last couple of weeks, whenever I hit ~63/65 mph, it starts to sound something like being in a wind tunnel or just a dull, echo-y noise. What I noticed, though, is that if it put my arm up against the door, the leather area up by the window, and press into it, the noise stops. Pull my arm away, noise happens again.

I left my Palisade at the dealer so they could look it over and after three days in the shop the only they said they didn't notice anything. A couple days later, driving down the interstate in my area, the wind sound is back, and very, very loud. Taking back into shop today.

If anyone else has experienced this, let me know.

Thanks!
 

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I have the same issue. Whistles bad in a cross wind on the interstate. Several others are reporting this problem. I haven’t had a chance to get it back to the dealer, but turning the ac/heat to recirculate eliminates the noise for the moment.
 

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There's a TSB regarding this, and also a 10-page thread discussion:
 

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I mentioned the TSB when I got to the dealership and the service guy was just like "oh, ok", and that's all he said. Oh well, we'll see what the service department can do now that they have it.
 

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Just got a call from dealership service department; they said they were able to successfully recreate the noise issue. They've ordered a new "Front Window Run Channel" to replace a "mal-fitted" installed one. So here's to seeing if that fixes things. Part should be delivered in the next day or two.
 

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Just got a call from dealership service department; they said they were able to successfully recreate the noise issue. They've ordered a new "Front Window Run Channel" to replace a "mal-fitted" installed one. So here's to seeing if that fixes things. Part should be delivered in the next day or two.
Did they happen to tell you what the part number is? I understand that the part(s) needed for the Wind Noise TSB are back ordered. May take quite a while to receive, but I hope this report is not true, and in fact arrives in a few days and fixes your issue.
 

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Just got a call from dealership service department; they said they were able to successfully recreate the noise issue. They've ordered a new "Front Window Run Channel" to replace a "mal-fitted" installed one. So here's to seeing if that fixes things. Part should be delivered in the next day or two.
After you get the car back and confirm whether the wind noise is gone, would you kindly do the rest of us a favor and post a photo or scan of your work order if you get the chance? We're interested how different dealers are handling these repairs, what kind of parts were used, etc. It's helpful to others who haven't had these repairs done, or those whose idiot dealers are not able to properly address the problem.
 

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Just wondering do you all get loaner car when you keep your palisade at the dealership? if you do what kind of car they are giving. sorry going off track .
 

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Has the wind noise problem been corrected at the manufacturing level? I know Palisades built after July 27, 2019, no longer have the vibration problem. Is there a build date after which Palisades no longer have the wind noise?
 

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Not sure about any others or it is just mine. Mine was built Nov.11, 2019 and I have no wind noise.
I've only had it 1 week, but listened to it with radio off so I could see if I would hear it, answer was no more than you might expect on any vehicle.
 

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My SEL is Oct 10 2019 build and it has the wind noise at 60mph or above, at least on driver's side, but i haven't sat on passengerr side yet at highway speed. It is not the high pitched whistle that was on a loaner I had for a few days while waitng for mine to be delivered from another dealer. Dealer has ordered the window trim seal.
 

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Yes. Mine was build on Oct 12. There's no whistle sound but you can hear the wind when even going around 40mph. Dealership tech said it's normal which is bs cause my 2013 rav4 dont have sounds. They didn't do anything. Will need to being it to another dealership.
 

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My October 26th build does not have a wind noise problem. But I think there is still some variation at the factory with the installation of the unforgiving window seals.
 

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After you get the car back and confirm whether the wind noise is gone, would you kindly do the rest of us a favor and post a photo or scan of your work order if you get the chance? We're interested how different dealers are handling these repairs, what kind of parts were used, etc. It's helpful to others who haven't had these repairs done, or those whose idiot dealers are not able to properly address the problem.
There seems to be no consistency amongst dealers as to the cause and fixes. I've been to my dealer 5 times and they only agreed to work according to TSB after I filed complaint with Hyundai Consumer Affairs. Even with that they claim that they isolated the noise coming from the mirror and they will replace when it comes in from back order, so..wait some more, even after they asked and I TOLD them it was coming from the B pillar/window seal area. If I have to return 20 times I will require them to perform EVERY repair step in the TSB until it is fixed. The proper thing would be for Hyundai Motors to issue a recall and REQUIRE dealers to complete ALL of the repair steps in the TSB, not just selectively at their discretion.
 

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Hi, just found this forum and saw people posting about noise issues and though I'd post mine as well in case someone else has the same problem.

I have an AWD Limited 2020 model.

Just recently, maybe in the last couple of weeks, whenever I hit ~63/65 mph, it starts to sound something like being in a wind tunnel or just a dull, echo-y noise. What I noticed, though, is that if it put my arm up against the door, the leather area up by the window, and press into it, the noise stops. Pull my arm away, noise happens again.

I left my Palisade at the dealer so they could look it over and after three days in the shop the only they said they didn't notice anything. A couple days later, driving down the interstate in my area, the wind sound is back, and very, very loud. Taking back into shop today.

If anyone else has experienced this, let me know.

Thanks!
After reading this thread I was curious if my Palisade would have this defect; It did not. I’ve only driven below 70 MPH and have not experienced any wind noise at the driver’s door. The defect may have perhaps been corrected during the assembly of my Palisade, after the TSB was released.
 

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This is the reason why I am at this forum, GM dealers finally wore me out on the TSB repairs they do not want to perform on my brand new Yukon, while I was crossing the street from GMC dealer, it looks like Hyundai learned from GM the model of warranty avoidance :) Attorney General used to work with some class of Lexus dealers but I am learning as of late Attorneys General are no longer the consumer hawks they used to be, too fat, too lazy to fly :)
There seems to be no consistency amongst dealers as to the cause and fixes. I've been to my dealer 5 times and they only agreed to work according to TSB after I filed complaint with Hyundai Consumer Affairs. Even with that they claim that they isolated the noise coming from the mirror and they will replace when it comes in from back order, so..wait some more, even after they asked and I TOLD them it was coming from the B pillar/window seal area. If I have to return 20 times I will require them to perform EVERY repair step in the TSB until it is fixed. The proper thing would be for Hyundai Motors to issue a recall and REQUIRE dealers to complete ALL of the repair steps in the TSB, not just selectively at their discretion.
 

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Here is the fix for the wind noise, no TSB, or parts replacement necessary. Stop the dealers and their incompetent service departments from wasting your valuable time. I used a flexible foam/caulk filler purchased from Home Depot for $ 2.98, took no more than 10 minutes to fix BOTH driver and passenger door window noise/whistle. The product is Frost King grey poly foam caulk saver. It's a 3/8 in round foam strip, 20 ft in length.

From the inside of the driver's door window there is a Black rubber seal/gasket that runs the entire length of the window from the A pillar, near the mirror to the B pillar near the door frame next to the drivers seat. With the window closed, and from inside the vehicle, if you lightly pull the rubber gasket towards you away from window you can create a small area of separation to insert the foam. There is a channel that runs inside gasket around the entire length of the window that is hollow .The 3/8 foam fits PERFECTLY within that gap. Insert the foam into the channel and push the gasket back into place. The foam will not be visible and the gasket will be deformed in any way. Open the window and go to the outside of the vehicle. Just on the OUTSIDE of the window channel/felt lining there is another hollow channel in the door frame surrounding the window from the A pillar to the B pillar. Push the foam caulk saver firmly into the channel from one end to the other. In this step you can apply more pressure because your pushing directly into the metal frame. If done correctly the foam isn't noticeable on the outside of the window. On the inside of the window it is hidden under the rubber gasket. I applied the foam in this manner to BOTH driver and PASSENGER front windows. Not only did this COMPLETELY stop the whistling noise it reduced the outside road noise considerably. The cabin is NOTICEABLY more quiet, and you can hear the difference in the air pressure when closing the doors. Sorry that pictures came out too dark for me to post but hopefully this description is detailed enough to follow. Trust me, you will notice the difference!
 

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Do the windows still go up and down just as fast? I would be concerned that the additional pressure on the window would either slow down the up/down operation or add an additional strain to the motor.
 

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Here is the fix for the wind noise, no TSB, or parts replacement necessary. Stop the dealers and their incompetent service departments from wasting your valuable time. I used a flexible foam/caulk filler purchased from Home Depot for $ 2.98, took no more than 10 minutes to fix BOTH driver and passenger door window noise/whistle. The product is Frost King grey poly foam caulk saver. It's a 3/8 in round foam strip, 20 ft in length.

From the inside of the driver's door window there is a Black rubber seal/gasket that runs the entire length of the window from the A pillar, near the mirror to the B pillar near the door frame next to the drivers seat. With the window closed, and from inside the vehicle, if you lightly pull the rubber gasket towards you away from window you can create a small area of separation to insert the foam. There is a channel that runs inside gasket around the entire length of the window that is hollow .The 3/8 foam fits PERFECTLY within that gap. Insert the foam into the channel and push the gasket back into place. The foam will not be visible and the gasket will be deformed in any way. Open the window and go to the outside of the vehicle. Just on the OUTSIDE of the window channel/felt lining there is another hollow channel in the door frame surrounding the window from the A pillar to the B pillar. Push the foam caulk saver firmly into the channel from one end to the other. In this step you can apply more pressure because your pushing directly into the metal frame. If done correctly the foam isn't noticeable on the outside of the window. On the inside of the window it is hidden under the rubber gasket. I applied the foam in this manner to BOTH driver and PASSENGER front windows. Not only did this COMPLETELY stop the whistling noise it reduced the outside road noise considerably. The cabin is NOTICEABLY more quiet, and you can hear the difference in the air pressure when closing the doors. Sorry that pictures came out too dark for me to post but hopefully this description is detailed enough to follow. Trust me, you will notice the difference!
pictures? I don’t see them
 
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