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Old 08-03-2009, 09:06 PM
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on bumps downshifts going from stoped it clunks it sounds like something hitting plastic inside idk what it is i cant figure it might be rear differential tranny or u joints idk
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on bumps downshifts going from stoped it clunks it sounds like something hitting plastic inside idk what it is i cant figure it might be rear differential tranny or u joints idk
I have been having a similar problem for quite some time now. Does anyone know a fix for this?

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I got the exact same problem, but not on recall purpose. What can I do about this ??

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