Good to know. I have 700 miles I notice it around 500.My started at about 800 hundred miles. I did talk about it while I was at the dealer getting a replacement key programmed. The dealer told me to bring it in and they will repair it under warranty. Haven't done it yet, but plan to do so soon.
FWIW, I notice if my steering wheel is tilted up as high as it goes, the noise disappears. The noise returns as I tilt the wheel back down. My guess is something in a wire harness is out of sort.
Bring it in before it's 12k/12mo and tell them the tires are wearing. An alignment is covered under 12/12. I just did mine. It was .27per side, aligned to .06 degrees toed in. Much better tire wear.I plan to mention it when it goes for an alignment at its first birthday.
Clock spring is for the steering noise? If so they must know about this problem if they where able to give you an answer asap.I brought the Metris to the dealer today as I had a leaking tire pressure sensor. I mentioned the steering noise and they are ordering a "clock spring". They also had to order the kit for the tire pressure sensor so I will have a loaner for the next few days.
Thanks Robb, I did ask the SA if alignment is covered under the warranty and he asked if it was pulling. I told him that it was more like a slight drift to the right as you would expect on a crowned road but it also drifted to the right when I tried it on the left side of the road. He said that he would try to work it in.Bring it in before it's 12k/12mo and tell them the tires are wearing. An alignment is covered under 12/12. I just did mine. It was .27per side, aligned to .06 degrees toed in. Much better tire wear.