I posted the following video in another thread about seat clicking noises, but I believe almost everyone posting in that thread has older (not Next Gen) seats, so I thought this probably warranted its own thread. Recently I noticed a new metallic clicking sound coming from what sounded like beneath my driver's seat when driving over anything but the very smoothest of roads. The frequency and volume of the clicking varies, depending on the road surface. It can be quite annoying. I made the video below, to attempt to demonstrate this noise for the service manager at my service center, and sent it to him last night. I haven't heard from him yet. The video shows me putting pressure on the base of the seat with one hand, which also causes a sound. That's not the clicking sound I hear while driving. The sound I hear while driving is the sound you can hear on the video when I release the pressure I'm putting on the seat. The sound is not as loud while driving as it is in some of the examples in the video, but it is the same sound. My guess is that because I'm being more precise with the pressure point in the video than I am with my backside when driving, the sound is louder. Putting pressure on the passenger seat exactly the same way does not result in the sound. Does anyone else have a Next Gen driver's seat that makes a sound like this? Does anyone have any idea what it could be? I did look under the seat with a flashlight, and couldn't really see anything obvious, but of course I really didn't know what I should be looking for. Thanks!