My car has developed a creaky groan in the steering that sounds like a rubber bushing kind of noise. It seems to be coming from the right front and I only hear it at low speed while the wheel is actually being turned. In other words, the steering wheel has to be moving. There is no noise when the steering is held steady in a constant radius turn. The only out-of-the-ordinary thing I did right before it started making noise was washing the engine compartment. Other factors could be control arm bushings, which I was told were on the way out when I bought the car 7 months ago, and colder weather. Any obvious things to check first? The car is a 2009 R-design with 107k miles.