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first time posting here I hope I describe everything correctly, I have a 2012 Genesis coupe r spec.
For a while now I've been able to notice a clicking noise coming from my rear passenger tire, I have not been able to find out exactly what is causing it yet, but I do know that giving the car / letting off of the gas will cause the click. sometimes it's just one click sometimes it's a few smaller ones. I can only hear it if the windows down so it's not super loud but it definitely is noticeable. Speed doesn't make it go away, I could hear it from going from a dead stop to moving, and it is also there if I'm going down the road at a cruising speed and let off the gas or give it some gas. Has anyone else had this issue? Being that it doesn't involve breaks at all I did not think it could be a brake pad issue but I'm open to any suggestions at the moment.
 

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Firstly, check to see if there’s a rock stuck in the tread. This can cause a clicking sound. I know from experience.

Check your lug nuts. Might not be the tire, but the hub. I had a clicking noise when one of my lug nuts wiggled itself loose. I blame aluminum vs steel. But the imbalance can cause a slight grind that sounds like clicking in motion.

If you’re sure it’s the tire, I’d check it to make sure of no leaks. Leaks at high speeds can sound like clicks, although you’d notice if your tire was flat.

Lastly, I’d see if the tpms sensor broke off. This would likely cause the tpms light to go off, but who knows. Take the wheel off the hub and move it around to see if you feel a lose object.

If none of this, then best of luck. I’m out of ideas.


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Does the speed of the sound change with vehicle speed or when you apply the brakes??
 

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Not really no. It all seems to have to do with the gas pedal in what causes it. Giving it gas (little or a lot) and letting off of the gas pedal is what causes it. I haven't been able to figure out what makes one click or multiple, it seems random in the amount of clicks. I don't think it's gotten worse but I definitely can hear it still. It's been going on for about 6 months. I've made sure all the lug nuts are tight as well.
 

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first time posting here I hope I describe everything correctly, I have a 2012 Genesis coupe r spec.
For a while now I've been able to notice a clicking noise coming from my rear passenger tire, I have not been able to find out exactly what is causing it yet, but I do know that giving the car / letting off of the gas will cause the click. sometimes it's just one click sometimes it's a few smaller ones. I can only hear it if the windows down so it's not super loud but it definitely is noticeable. Speed doesn't make it go away, I could hear it from going from a dead stop to moving, and it is also there if I'm going down the road at a cruising speed and let off the gas or give it some gas. Has anyone else had this issue? Being that it doesn't involve breaks at all I did not think it could be a brake pad issue but I'm open to any suggestions at the moment.
i have this exact same issue been on going for years. When i go slow front and black it clicks on my reardriverside wheel Only happens going slow like taking off first gear. Im getting the rear axles replaced. Part was about 1200 from hyundai
 
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