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Old 06-27-2011, 10:12 PM   #1
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How could I stop the noise from headliner near passenger side sunvisor?

There is noise like the sound of static coming from the headliner near the passenger side sunvisor on my 1993 Honda Accord EX-R sedan when the car is in motion. The noise is gone when the car is not moving. Does anyone know what could be contributing to the noise? and how could I stop the noise?
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Something loose around that area? Do you have a sunroof? Maybe its the wind fluttering something around.
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Old 06-27-2011, 11:01 PM   #3
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I don't know if something is loose around that area. I have a sunroof, and the headliner was making the noise when the sunroof was open. Maybe I should check to see if the headliner makes noise when the car is moving with the sunroof closed. If it's the wind or the sunroof causing something to flutter, does anyone know what might be causing the noise? if yes, is there any way I could stop the noise? if not, what else could be causing the noise? and how could I stop the noise?

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Old 06-28-2011, 12:09 AM   #4
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check your passenger side door. When i had my 97 civic, the door kept on making squeaking wind noises when i drive on highways so ya..it's just wear and tear. You can't expect an 15 year or older car to be perfect. How i dealt with it?, i usually turn up the music and it was fix!
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