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Old 07-23-2013, 01:34 AM
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Is the clunk being felt in the steering wheel? In the seat? At your feet?

Sometimes that can help determine what it is.

Additional things to check are the body mount bolts.

Get a helper that will turn the steering wheel while in PARK and you are laying underneath to look and listen to things.

Note that the ball joint on the tie rod to drag link tends to be missed in how it can contribute to steering feedback. That joint may appear cosmetically sound, but it gets worked alot over the mileage since it gets pulled in all directions over time.
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