Just after a few opinions on an annoying noise I am experiencing on my S320. So first some background. The previous owner had spent fortunes on this car, the history confirms that it has had loads of work done by a MB dealer on various things, including the gearbox, steering suspension etc. He also tells me that the "noise" that I am referring to has been there for a long time and the dealer had failed to diagnose it but swapped various suspension and steering parts under warranty in the process of rectifying the problem. Last week the car had new discs and pads on the front and the garage checked the hubs etc, nothing untowards was reported. To keep this short and sweet here is a summary of the symptoms. 1 The noise can be described as a soft rumbling or rubbing noise which seems to be coming from the front offside of the vehicle. 2 It is always worse when cold, and virtually disappears once the car has warmed up 3 It does not seem to be relative to speed although its most noticeable around 30mph 4 There is no steering wobble, or any issues with the steering or general handling 5 I am not getting any malfunctions on the computer 6 The sound is not noticeable when driving straight, turning left or right does not seem to change things Whilst the problem has not yet caused an issue, I don’t like driving with a potential problem un-diagnosed. I would appreciate any views, comments or combined wisdom from the members maybe so I can at least give the next technician that looks at my car some pointers! Cheers all, happy new year!