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I have a new 2012 V6 Mustang with the Performance Package, with just over 1,000 miles.

I recently noticed that when I turn the wheel to the left while moving very slowly I get a consistent "clicking" or "ticking" sound coming from the suspension as the car moves. If I am moving faster the sound speeds up, if moving slower the sound slows down.

It only makes the sound when the car is rolling forward or back. If I have the clutch engaged and the engine revving, I can't hear the sound over the lovely din of the engine. But I'm sure it's still making the sound nonetheless.

Any idea what might be causing this sound? Something loose?

Thanks in advance!
 

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one of your wheels could be rubbing... i doubt anything is loose...if something was loose you would hear more of a "clunking" sound and there would most likely be some nasty vibrations... go to the dealer and find out what it really is
 

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The 2010+ Mustangs are electric power steering right? I'd say take it in to the dealer as well.
 
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