It probably is the bearing in the hub in the right rear wheel.
My car is doing the same thing after I got my rear bearing changed. I'm guessing that the screwed up. It's your bearings. It cost me almost $300 not including alignment.
Apparently it is the rear air "blender" ( whatever that is(?)) My 2003 Explorer was making the loud clicking sound from the rear driver side above the rear left wheel. I lived with it for a month before I just found the answer on the net. I turned off the rear fan control (from the front controls) and the clicking has stopped. I guess there is no more air from the rear now but the clicking has stopped- Car is long been paid off and I'm happy again.
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