Athump in the rear can be alot of things, it can be a loosesuspension part or the driveshaft hitting the floor due to weak springs. When you just said they had to put 4 different ones in to get he right clutch, that leads me to beleive that they could have the incorrect one in there. Or there is a part that isn't operating correctly with it. Your best thing here is to have aprocheck this car out by inspection and give him all the problems youare having with it. Make sure he checks all the fluids as well as you may be low on some. Gears normally shouldn't "pop" when added weight is put to a vehicle nor shoud it sound like something hitting the floor. You could have a bad shock or strut in the rear causing this. SAVE yourself some money and have a pro check this, then you will really find what you are up against and have it corrected. Popping out of gear in a trans is an indication of soemthing worn in the trans and usually those things have to be removed and tron apart for any real diagnosis.
Tuesday, June 21st, 2011 AT 12:32 PM