Wife came home the other day and said there was a noise when she turned left in the 2014 Chrsyler T&C Minivan. I drove it around a parking lot and confirmed a scraping/metallic rubbing sound from rear wheel (I thought left, she thought right) when turning fairly tight left turns about 10-15 mph. Didn't sound clicky or robust enough to be the wheel bearing. Sounded to me like the brake dust cover rubbing, since I had one bust loose on a truck one time, and this was really similar.
I took a screwdriver and gently pushed the dust covers back a bit, just through the wheel holes. Test on turns and the noise was gone, so that was definitely it.
However, I'm wondering if this is just the first symptom of a bad wheel bearing. If I understand how the stuff is put together down there, the dust cover is attached to an assembly that's independent of the wheel and rotor, so that the shifting of mass during turns may be angling that wheel enough to cause that rub.
To be clear, I don't get any other typical wheel bearing symptoms -- which in my past experience were all a lot more obvious. But I wonder if I should just get ahead of this one and have it replaced.