I have been trying to figure out what I am hearing from the front passenger side of my Compass. This is been going on for weeks now. The temperature doesn't seem to affect it too much. I notice it when I go over small bumps or uneven pavement or potholes. I never hear the noise when going over a bigger bump or when both sides of the front suspension are affected. It's only when the passenger side moves. I've also noticed it when backing out of my garage or my parking spot at work. Once I've finished backing up and I start to move forward, in that first foot or two moving forward, I hear the same noise. We have lubed the sway bar bushings. We also removed the passenger side sway bar link and the noise was still there. If I know a bad spot is coming up in the road, I can usually slow down enough to make the noise not appear. However, the noise pops up at the strangest times - over spots in the road that you wouldn't think would create any noise. Spots that would almost seem completely flat. So I can't always avoid the noise. I don't know if just the fact of slowing down over the bad spot or applying the brakes is something to consider when trying to diagnose what this noise is. A lot of times it seems that if I just let up on the accelerator a bit over the bad spots, the noise will not be created. I am stumped. I could take it to the dealer but I'm sure that will end up being multiple appointments of them saying "it's normal" or "we can't hear it" or whatever. Or tons of parts being replaced. I'm not the type that has patience for that. I'd rather try to figure it out myself and then bring it to them with the problem so they can fix it. Or just fix it myself. I will try to attach a video of the noise. It may be hard to hear but it shows up between 15 - 17 seconds into the video.