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I have a 2001 Corolla that makes a clicking sound on the passenger side when the car is moving. The rate of the clicking increases with speed. Any ideas on what it might be?

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First it could be anti-rattle clip on the brake pad clattering. If it's louder when you turn, It is likely the CV joint needs replacing.

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