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2004 rav4 clicking noise in the rear end

I have a 2005 toyota rav4 and there is a clicking noise when i stop and it sounds like it is coming from the right side rear end. it only happens when i brake but i have had the brakes checked and it is not brake related. i am very perplexed. can you help?

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    i have a 2010 rav4 that all of the sudden i lost sound from my radio. display works but no sound. the amplifier is supposed to be in the right rear corner of the vehicle... but its not there??? any ideas of where it might actually be? i checked the left rear and its not there.

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