Re: Wind in the willows (cabin noise) - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
DickT, that's a rather humorous Saab Story, there! And all the way from our "Swedish cousins"!
Thanks for all the tips, gents.
I haven't tried the gasket conditioner, but I did try closing the sunroof and pushing up. Seems to have worked, a bit. My sunroof is the metal kind- no sliding door and glass.
I think the car, in general, is just "windy". For 209,000 miles, though, it could be worse. Ironically, I'm barely able to hear the engine or turbo- which are the sounds I'd prefer!
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