I would ask the dealer to check the C/V Joint. It's the constant velosity joint where the front axles connect to the front wheels. These don't make noise until usually high mileage or a broken boot which allows dirt to get into the joint. There may be a chance that the c/v joint is defective. Usually the noise will get louder if you cut the wheel to the left or right all the way and drive in a circle. You can hear usually at a slow speed. It's worth a shot to check it out.GMoney said:Anyone hear and feel (thru the steering wheel) a slight clicking when turning at slow speeds? I experience this mostly when I am making slow turns. ..ie parking.