Just started noticing a slight "rubbing" noise from the front end of my '17 Touring Sedan. The sound is noticeable at very slow speeds. It kinda sounds like maybe a dust shield, but I've raised the front wheels off the ground and spun them by hand and didn't hear any noise. The sound is not constant and only happens once or twice per rotation of the tire and goes away when turning left. It's the same while coasting in neutral and drive at less than 20 MPH. I have checked both front tires for foreign objects and found nothing. I have not jacked up the car and ran it in drive with the wheels off the ground for fear of setting a code. I may try this after pulling the ABS fuse if there is one. I hav not bothered checking the rear wheels since it sounds like it's coming from the front and turning left makes it go away. Can't hear in in reverse. I have had the car to the dealer for rattling from the transmission/engine area under light acceleration and was told they couldn't find anything out of spec. Not sure if this noise is related or not; it's definitely different. Is there anything else I can check before I take it the dealer?