I have a 2015 6 MT SS with 30.9K mileage. For the past month or two, I've heard an annoying rubbing sound whenever I turn the steering wheel in a stationary or low speed [like parking] situation. I assumed that the steering wheel assembly might be rubbing against the stationary part of the steering column [how/why I don't know]. I have been too lazy to check to see if indeed the steering wheel were rubbing anywhere. This morning I took the car to a local garage to have the oil changed and the tires rotated. To my surprise/horror, when the mechanic backed my car out into the lot and turned the car around, this same rubbing noise could be clearly, fairly loudly heard from 25 feet away. Both the mechanic and his father the owner opened the hood and looked and listened all around. The owner even brought out a stethoscope type device to listen. He thought that there was a bearing in the firewall for the steering and that was what was making noise. I'll set up an appointment in the near future to go back. Any ideas on what this might be?