Funny Fisker recommended Anti Seize before the lug nuts came out .Makes me wonder why then did they produce the lug nuts if just cleaning worked . Only thing we saw in the field that worked was new lug nuts . Just cleaning isn't going to fix the clicking noise but what do I know I only was told to replace all the lug nuts on customer cars that had clicking noises . At $120.00 a car to replace one more well thought design and repairCleaning procedure will mostly solve the issue, even without new coated lug nuts. Anti-sieze is not recommended. If you have a responsive dealer they can order new lug nuts from FA Anaheim. See attached pics.
Travis thank you cant say thank you enough .. bmw and porsche dealer both suggested to replace caliper.. how do you do it ??:huh:you didn't even even hear the noise and your diagnosis 100% correct .. torquing down the front lug nuts the clicking noise gone i had them on both side but the right turn thee worseTry torquing down the front lug nuts to 160 ft pounds.
thank you ,, both noise gone,,,If the clicking is still there Fisker has a fix for that replacing the lug nuts with a new style coated lug nut . If you can't purchase the new style lugs nuts you can remove the front wheels a d place a small amount of anti sieze compound between the rotor hat and rim .
am about to replace the tires any suggestion ? if I show this to tire shopCleaning procedure will mostly solve the issue, even without new coated lug nuts. Anti-sieze is not recommended. If you have a responsive dealer they can order new lug nuts from FA Anaheim. See attached pics.