Please fill out the following to ask a question. MAKE: Hyundai MODEL:Sonata YEAR:2011 MILES:82000 ENGINE:2.4 DESCRIBE ISSUE....I have an intermittent "clicking" sound coming from the front left wheel area. It only occurs while the vehicle is moving. The frequency of the clicking increases with the speed of the car. The slightest brake application will cause the clicking to stop. It happens most often when the vehicle is first driven, however on occasion it will begin while at highway speeds. It does not occur every time the vehicle is drive. On a recent ten hour drive from NC to Fl it did not occur at all. The next day the clicking started again and lasted for 70 miles. My local garage has driven the car, heard the "clicking" and then could not find anything that might be causing the sound. I have read on other forums of owners of Hyundai Sonatas, Elantras and Velostars experiencing the same "clicking" sound. They have, in some cases been able to stop the clicking by having the axle nut loosened and re-torqued to specs. Some have had the CV axle replaced. My local garage loosened and re-torqued both axle nuts with no change to the clicking. I have come across a Hyundai TSB: 14-DS-001-1 that has to do with replacing the CV axle. However I don't have access to the details as to what the problem the TSB addresses. Question: 1. What might be causing this "Clicking?" 2. Do you have access to the TSB, and if so, is it applicable? 3. If the CV axle has to be replaced would that come under the 100,000 mile Power train warranty? I have an audio file of the sound, but can't seem to upload it.