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    Help! What's this noise?!

    Ok, I have a 3 month old 2014 wrx and it started making a high-pitched grinding noise from the left-front wheel
    Kind of like the sound of resurfacing rotors. Whenever the wheel is moving it makes the noise. Whats worse is when
    I'm turning (+~45 degrees) it makes a clanking sound. The dealership is closed Sundays. I'll be stopping there first
    Thing in the morning. But does anyone have insight? Has this happens to anyone
    Else?

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    My 2013 (6000 miles) did this a week ago and earlier today, then it stopped after I drove over a bump. Let me know what you find out.

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    It was a rock stuck between the rotar and the metal plate behind it.

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    I figured that was what mine was too as I heard the rocks break free and then the noise disappeared.

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    yeah this has happened to my already, its just a rock in the breaks

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