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Windscreen Wipers | No Sound Version?

  • Could someone make it so it doesn't play the obnoxious sound when it's windscreen-wiping? It's loud and annoying.

  • Anybody?

  • @mrwallace888
    Do you have the Windscreen Wipers mod installed?
    It's just I've never noticed any windscreen wiper sounds in my game?

  • @mrwallace888
    I'm presuming you were talking about the Windscreen Wipers mod? If so, you may be interested to know that v1.6 now appears to have the sound removed. :thumbsup:

    Removed Sound due to Smuggler's Run DLC added sound to Bomb Bay Doors"

    If the sounds were coming from the game & not from that mod then read on as I maybe have a solution for that too:

    I recently messed about with my sound settings to try to get the engine/exhaust sound of vehicles a bit louder. It worked very well but an undesired consequence of using loudness equalization is that I started to hear clunky windscreen wiper like sounds (actually suspension clunks or something like that) when I was driving vehicles about. Unwilling to lose the lovely rasping engine sounds I now have I decided to mute the unwanted clunky sounds.

    The sounds I muted are these in 'collision.awc' (Note: 'collision.awc' not 'collisions.awc') here:

    ...\Grand Theft Auto V\mods\x64\audio\sfx\RESIDENT.rpf\collision.awc

    The sounds are:

    If your annoying wiper sounds do indeed come from the game, have a listen to those 'collision.awc' files above in OpenIV & see if we are talking about the same sounds? :thumbsup:

    If they are the same:
    There is a totally silent wav file in this mod that you can rename & use to easily replace those '.wav's listed above once you use OpenIV's 'Export to openFormats (.oac)' to export them (right-click 'collision.awc' > 'Export to openFormats (.oac)' & then choose a directory to export them to). Replace the listed files with muted ones & then drag & drop 'collision.oac' back into 'RESIDENT.rpf' to replace the original. :thumbsup:
    Note: Make a backup of 'RESIDENT.rpf' before you do anything as GTAV can be a bit funky when you edit sounds (or anything really).
    Any issues or if you need more info, give me a shout :thumbsup:

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