Hoping that someone might be able to lead me in the right direction with this... I have a 2002 Accord (V6) which keeps making an odd "squeaking" or "scraping" noise from (I think) the left front wheel. I thought it was my brakes, but I does not happen when I apply them. It does not sound like the common brake squeal though. It happens mostly when I go over a long patch of rough road, but I can make it happen if I just go over anything that shakes the cars front wheels vigorously, continuously. I also notice it seems to happen more when I turn right, and there is somewhat rough road. I do not have to turn to make it happen though. I tested the sound by driving the left side over the small, yellow bumbs that are used to divide a road, and I heard the sound every time I hit them. It does not happen when I go over speed bumps though. It also only seems to happen after I drive for awhile. I am wondering if it might be a brake indicator, a suspension part, or a wheel bearing..? The car has 87K on it and has never had any problems what-so-ever (I drive like an old man), so I am doubtful it is the suspension... Any ideas what might be causing this? :huh: Thanks in advance!