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Clicking noise inside when braking

My 2004 jeep has a weird clicking sound when I apply the brakes. I replaced the rotors and pads on both front and rear but I still hear the noise. It sounds like it is coming from the inside of the car around the shifter. I do not see anything under the car. Can anone help?

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From your description it sounds like you have a bad CV joint, in the front.
This example shows what the CV joint, and axle together, looks like for the Drivers side. (Not advertising for these people)
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