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Clanking noise heard when braking at low speed and taking off

My 2002 lexus rx300 makes a clanking noise when I'm braking at low speed and also makes the same when I try to go after I stopped. The problem is erratic in some way, because sometimes I hear it, and other times I don't. What can that be? Can you help me?

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Clanking? Im Guessing Brakes But Please Clarify The Sound. Is It Off And On Or Continuous When Its Doing It?

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