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Clicking noise under the Toyota 1998 Rav4

I have a 1998 Toyota Rav4. I hear clicking noises under the car (seems directly under the engine) when I am driving. I changed front shock absorbers last week hoping they were the problems. I hear less noise but I still hear noises, especially when I driving over rough roads. Any insight? Thanks!

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Mcdevito75 here, It could be inner tie rod ends or most like ly worn CV joints in the front axles. Have your auto repair shop check these items for you.

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