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I have 2007 TCH with 43000 miles. I hear an increasing noise in the cabin from the road when going over 60 mph. Does anyone have the problem? What can be done to fix it?
 

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I dont hear much, but when my radio is turned off, i do hear some speaker hiss coming from the left side, does anyone else hear this?

I have bluetooth and navi
 

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It probably is your tires' increase in noise as it is being worn down.
 

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I have found that cabin noise is pretty high in my car. However, I have found the solution, I turn the radio volume a bit higher and I hear nothing but music.
 

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But Tires are (Michelin Destiny) which I just had it installed last week.
Again, tires are a likely culprit - there are some combinations of tire, chassis, and pavement that 'sing'. If the noise increase is coincident with a tire swap, then the tires are the most likely suspect. Now, it could be that on some pavement surfaces the tires are OK - but if the noise level is unacceptable over the surfaces you drive on, talk to the place you bought the tires from for alternatives.

Many tire manufacturers and retailers will give a very short-fuse 'ride guarantee'. Quite often, the tires don't start 'singing' until well after that period has expired.
 

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i also thought the hissing was from the front left speaker, but came to realize it was actually coming from the air vent. check that out.
 
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