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Old 01-31-2024, 08:07 PM   #1
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2012 Winnebago Adventure 35P front window noise

purchased our new to us "12" Winnebago Adventure 35P, (we switched from an 5th to A Class) our first trip was from Canada to Key West Fl in December. Great trip, no major issues other than a wind noise from the passenger side. Its either the front window or the passenger window? Any other experiences and suggestions for a fix. Had to have wife talk really loud to communicate.

Thanking you in advance, I am too new to find other comments on this issue if any.

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Old 01-31-2024, 09:25 PM   #2
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Itís likely missing a window weep hole cover on the passenger side. They can fall off and even one missing sounds like an open vent window.

They arenít expensive to buy online and snap into place. I put silicone sealer on the edges of mine to keep then from disappearing. Put a strong piece of Gorilla tape or similar on the opening as a temporary fix.

There are lots of threads on this. Hereís an old one:

https://www.winnieowners.com/forums/...em-233857.html

Look for a row of plastic covers below the driverís and passengerís window. Youíll see one or more missing.
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Itís likely missing a window weep hole cover on the passenger side. They can fall off and even one missing sounds like an open vent window.

They arenít expensive to buy online and snap into place. I put silicone sealer on the edges of mine to keep then from disappearing. Put a strong piece of Gorilla tape or similar on the opening as a temporary fix.

There are lots of threads on this. Hereís an old one:

https://www.winnieowners.com/forums/...em-233857.html

Look for a row of plastic covers below the driverís and passengerís window. Youíll see one or more missing.
Thank you kindly, I checked and all the covers are missing. I appreciate your advice and experience.
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Make note, they come in both Left and Right part numbers. They are not interchangeable.
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