Are you able to identify where it's coming from? Windshield? Door seals? Also above what speed are you noticing the sound?
You be they will, unless the dealer you're going to is known to be good and factor in all the possibilities. Always found that establishing a relationship with a service advisor always goes a long wayi have the same issue!
but i got aftermarket tint before being able to fix it at the dealer.. now im afraid they are gonna blame it on the tint :serious:
let us know if u get it fixed and what the issue was!
I think chances are high they'll find it, it's not like one of those sounds that random goes away once you take it into the dealership. wind noises (from past experience) are quite consistent.I am dropping it off Friday. I hope they will find the noise and repair it.
If they're not going to fix it and if it's an issue spread across enough production models then i'm sure at some point someone will identify it and have a DIY fix.The dealer told me that everything is to spec. It is a Toyota design issue with either the window trim or the side-view mirror. It is not that bad, so I am not worried.
These days it seems like you have to put car makers in the spot light just to have them address issues like this, much like what one Kia owner did about his Soul, after going viral, I think Kia took action.Anyone with this problem needs to tell the dealer to inform Toyota of the issue. Also, go to Scion or Toyota's site and send an email with the complaint. If enough people complain, maybe they will fix it.