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Clicking noise when decelerating on 2006 Nissan pathfinder

I just heard my Nissan pathfinder (2206) make a ''clicking'' noise when I decelerate from around 60 - 40 km/hr.and then the noise dissipates and then stops completely. It is not present when the car idles or accelerates.

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