I'm hearing a clunking sound after shifting from drive to reverse and or reverse to drive. The motor mounts are in good shape. The struts aren't leaking. The sway bar links and bushings are good. The brake calipers and brackets are tight. The upper and lower ball joints are in good shape. I had ujoints put in rear driveshaft. The front driveshaft isn't being used because the vehicle isn't being driven in 4X4. The front drive shaft isn't turning while in 2WD. This is normal isn't it so how can the noise be coming from the front driveshaft as stated by this local shop. Can the problem be the strut mounts on this vehicle? Everything is tight underneath the vehicle that I can see and feel. What on earth could be the problem? Can it be the front differential? There are no leaks. Or can it be the transfer case which isn't being used? I really don't know much about 4X4 vehicles and how they perform while in the AUTO 4X4. It isn't activated per my control lights. The only thing I have found is a loose left rear brake pad bracket which holds the pad to the caliper; The noise is coming from the front of the vehicle. Thanks for any assistance, appreciate it.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013 AT 2:49 PM