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Plz help I have a 2012 Toyota Camry se every time I back up and hit my breaks I can hear a clicking sound which sounds like metal hitting metal my car jus has 14,000 miles on it plz help me firgure this out before it drives me insane lol Ty Karena

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It could be lose brake calliper or if the rear brakes are drums maybe brake shoes are lose in the rear drums

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Is it from the rear, and does your Camry have drum brakes-

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