During hard cornering maneuvers, a rhythmic clicking noise may be emitted from the rear axle hubs.
This noise is a non-hazardous, non-destructive characteristic of the vehicle. The root cause is the relative
movement of the wheel and brake rotor against the 5 drive pins of wheel hub. This tiny amount of
movement produces vibrations that are propagated through the rigid suspension joints and carbon
fiber reinforced structure of the vehicle. Improper wheel nut tightening or trace amounts of lubricants,
debris and corrosion between the hub, brake rotor and wheel all can facilitate this movement.
Procedure: If the clicking sound becomes unacceptable to the customer, repair actions may be attempted that
may provide at least a temporary solution. These should be implemented in two successive scopes
depending on severity and reoccurrence.