seems you had the problem I actually have.
Unfortunately your videos aren't online anymore that is why I am asking you,
if you could click the following link and take a look at my last
at LOTUS EVORA PROBLEMS
Do you alread know what it was, did the noise come back after replacing the tyres ?
Many thanks for your help in advance ...
Yeah I took the videos down as a matter of routine.
I saw your video and it indeed appears to be the problem I reported on this thread. I had the dealership did not do much to diagnose the problem. First they blamed it on the tires kicking up dirt and causing the sound. Despite the fact that I demonstrated it to them at a very slow rotation, similar to your video.
Anyway I have no hope in my dealership in actually spending more than a minute diagnosing something before giving up and just coming up with a reason out of thin air. All they did was they took the wheel off, cleaned the dust off and put the wheel back on. This did little to fix the problem. it helped a little bit, but it was still evident. Ultimately when I replaced the rear tires, the fixed the problem. Or so I thought!
I have since driven about 6 or 7 thousand miles and noticed two weeks ago the sound had come back as I rounded a right hand turn at about 5mph in my parking garage. same exact problem.. sharp clicks at regular intervals, every few feet. I expect it to get louder, as it did last time.
It's a shame it wasn't the first set of tires that caused the problem, as I had suggested a few months back on this thread. I suspect the source of the sound is somewhere in the wheel hub, and that removing and reinstalling the wheel may help. Give that a shot. I can't explain why it would help, but that's the only thing I can think of that happened to help in my case, as in both cases where my wheels were removed and reinstalled, by the dealership and the tire shop.
Anyway, good luck.. Let me know what happens. Also, if you need my video as evidence that this is a common problem (at least for two cars now), let me know and I'll put it back up.