Originally Posted by TYFO
Did this resolve your issue?
That sounds a lot like the rotational clicking that I have as well. Mine seems to be coming from the front left of the vehicle, heard best with the window down inside parking garages (where you can hear echoes off the walls, but happens outside too), and corresponds to speed of the vehicle - the clicking sound happens slower when I'm at slower speeds, and the sounds speeds up at faster speed. It pretty much sounds like a stone in the tire, but it is not.
I've had it to the dealer a couple times and they can't figure it out. Kind of frustrating for only having 1500 miles on it.
I have this same issue on my '14 JGC Overland. It's definitely rotational clicking. It was initially very faint (when my Jeep was still <300mi young) and I could just ignore it. Over time though, the sound has increased and is now annoying and causes concern.
More detailed description (skip if not interested): Clicking sound. Clicks get faster as vehicle speeds up. Sound disappears on corresponding wheel when steering is rotated fully towards left or right. Clicking is continuous as long as vehicle is in motion (so not only during shifting gears). Sound is far more audible with the windows down and beside a wall or in a garage (to reflect sound).
My 'research' points to the following possibilities (in order of likelihood):
1. The cotter pin on each of the front wheels
2. A spring from the brake assembly catching the rim
3. Some foreign object caught within the assembly
4. etc (more guesses go here
I am currently >50 mi from my dealer so I'll have to live with the sound for at least another week
But if any of you guys confirm and resolve this issue, please ping me.
Thanks and good luck.