Whistling Hymer

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  1. Redjumpa

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    We have a 91 Hymer 544.

    When we get to around 40mph we get a whistle from somewhere high up on the offside (LHD) and it's driving us mad!!

    I wondered if anyone has encountered (and solved) a similar problem?

    I thought it may come from the channel fitted for the screen covers but despite plugging the ends it still persists.

    Any ideas??
     
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    Bump

    No takers??
     
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    In the trade its called Rodger Whitticker syndrome:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
    What tune does it whistle:Doh:
     
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    I can see why.................. it's really annoying:Doh:
     
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    Hi ,

    from the Hymer Club International site .. dunno if it's your whistle or not

    Wind noise caused by hang down mirrors

    On some models of Hymer the wind noise is caused by the gap between the mounting bracket and the swivel of the mirror. filling this gap with silicon sealant of similar should stop the noise.
     
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