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A clicking sound when accelerating or deaccelerating

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If it is front wheel drive, it may be the C-V axle joints . Does it get louder when you turn? If so you may need to grease them .Depending on the make , there should be a grease fitting. If it keeps doing it they need to be replaced . You don't want them to break while you are driving.

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