This was being discussed in another thread. I believe its the ANC that is causing the noise. Even if you turn the radio off, the ANC is still on. You could go into the diagnostic menu and disable the ANC and then test to see if the whine disappears.Hello all... New to the forum… I have a 1600VIN RTL-T that has a high pitched noise \ whistle \ whine when driving over 70MPH. It does not seem to be coming from the Radio or HVAC as I have turned both off. Is anyone else experiencing a similar issue?
Did you check with your dealer...I read somewhere that there was a TSB issued for this....Has anyone made any headway on this issue with their dealer?
Yes. I hear nothing out of the ordinary near 70 MPH and above. The only "noise/whistle/whine" I have is a very faint, occasional, high-pitched "electrical", vehicle speed-related whine around 45-55 MPH that is present whether or not the radio or HVAC are on. A 2015 CR-V I drove earlier this year did exactly the same thing, but the 2016 CR-V I bought didn't.Are there any people out there that don’t have the noise?
Can you elaborate? I have FWD and have the noise. So it is definitely not an issue with the transfer assembly/rear dif, or whatever Honda calls it.What is a transfer assembly and have they done anything to fix the noise?
You can follow the history on this in the thread below:Can you elaborate? I have FWD and have the noise. So it is definitely not an issue with the transfer assembly/rear dif, or whatever Honda calls it.
If this is what the dealer is telling you, they're grasping at straws.