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I have a clicking noise coming from my rear passenger side tire or axle houising. I looked at the rear axle and it seems like the axle housing is coming out from the rear differential. I can see a little wear where the housing maybe was rubbing something. I am not a car expert by any means but i can tell something is wrong. The amount of the clicking noise increases in speed when i drive faster. Please help. What is wrong and is it safe to drive on?

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