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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-06-2017, 11:05 AM Thread Starter
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Hello everyone!! My Certified 2016 Macan S with 13k miles on it (that I just got yesterday, shipped from Cali), makes a squeaking, humming like noise at around 30mph. It is annoying and very noticeable. It goes away after that, but is very consistently there. Seems a little better when the car is warmed up. Any thoughts?

Also, there is some condensation in the headlights??
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Condensation in headlights is normal, as they are not sealed.

No good idea on the noise...can you pinpoint more closely where it's coming from? (wheels/tires, drivetrain, engine compartment, etc)
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You didn't mention if the noise was inside, outside, front or rear, but since you said the vehicle was shipped, I did have an issue one time when a car was shipped to me ... the way the shipper chained the vehicle down ended up damaging front suspension components (ball joints and/or control arms, don't recall). Perhaps something like that happened here?
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