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I'm having front passenger side window wind noise that seems to be coming from the top edge of the window. Has anyone had this problem? Any solutions found? It could be that the window isn't returning as high up as it should after the door is being closed; after lowering for door opening. Is this a manufacturer defect? Thanks to all. I love this website and my Fisker!
 

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If you put the window in the close position and hold the window in the up position with your fingers that sets the window in its highest position .If you still hear wind noise their is some fixes out to help this concern which involves adjusting the glass and or the door seals
 

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Attempt to push the window up with the door closed? Or immediately after closing ithe door when the window slides up a few mm?
 

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Hello Eric, I had this issue too. It's is probably a small mis-alignment (the slightest of which can create a turbulence/noise). Your dealer should be able to fix this for you. I had this on different parts of two windows and they managed to fix them all.
 

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Basically what Dutch said. There's a couple different fixes for the wind noise, just depends on the exact cause. Your dealer should have no trouble taking care of it
 

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Basically what Dutch said. There's a couple different fixes for the wind noise, just depends on the exact cause. Your dealer should have no trouble taking care of it
It was fixed by Fisker service. The passenger window needed a simple adjustment
 

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I am new to this forum, it's been great that they are many owners and Fisker Technician here... I am having exact same issue with Eric's front passenger window noise... "I'm having front passenger side window wind noise that seems to be coming from the top edge of the window. It could be that the window isn't returning as high up as it should after the door is being closed" Eric how did simple adjustment worked? was is seal? or window needed to go all the way up like on driver's side.

I drove 13hrs round trip to Fisker dealer, they said it seems normal, but it's not... I have them checked my Fisker, might as well... came out everything was in great shape.
I maybe too sensitive about the noise but this noise started give me headache sometime.

Paul

Tried to adjust two bolts on bottom of the door, but did not help... seems like window is not going up all the way with seal.
 

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I am new to this forum, it's been great that they are many owners and Fisker Technician here... I am having exact same issue with Eric's front passenger window noise... "I'm having front passenger side window wind noise that seems to be coming from the top edge of the window. It could be that the window isn't returning as high up as it should after the door is being closed" Eric how did simple adjustment worked? was is seal? or window needed to go all the way up like on driver's side.

I drove 13hrs round trip to Fisker dealer, they said it seems normal, but it's not... I have them checked my Fisker, might as well... came out everything was in great shape.
I maybe too sensitive about the noise but this noise started give me headache sometime.

Paul

Tried to adjust two bolts on bottom of the door, but did not help... seems like window is not going up all the way with seal.
Take a dollar bill and open the door slide the bill over the glass and close the door. Slide the bill out and see how tight or how hard it is to pull the bill out. Do this in a few different places.
If the bill is really loose that's the reason for the wind noise.
You can check if the glass is going all the way up by holding the window switch in the close position for a second after the window gets to the top.
If the window doesn't move up the glass needs to be adjusted you need a special tool and two people to properly adjust the glass.
The two nuts you played with adjust the glass pitch against the seal.
 
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