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Clicking sound coming from wheels when moving

2005 Corolla S type, @83,000 miles, automatic. Persistent clicking sound from at least the driver side wheel(s). Frequency goes up & down according to miles per hour. Does not seem to be the hubcaps, & it might originate from a belt under the hood, but it's difficult to diagnose as it seems to need to be moving.

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Cv joint needs replaced

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