01 Cherokee makes a thunk thunk thunk noise as you drive it happens in 2and 4 wheel drive its not the cv joints?

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Possibly the wheel bearings
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Is it proper English to say thunk or thought?

"Thunk" is not proper English at all. It is used either humorouslyor ignorantly. The word is "thought." Thunk is a sound made by a falling or thrown object when it hitssomethi

What would cause a thunking noise in your car when you turn?

If the noise is only when you turn or accelerate hard it is most likely a half shaft joint has gone bad. To check, lift the front of the car and place it on jack stands. Reac

Your 2002 clk430 cabriolet makes a thunk-grinding noise under the driver seat when you drive over a bump on the diagonal what is it?

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Are cv joints turning on a 4 wheel drive but in 2 wheel drive?

The Answer is Yes! The CV joints are connected to each of the front axles! (some SUVs and 4wd or AWD vehicles also have rear CV joints as they have rear axle shafts). These jo

What is the origin of the phrase 'Who'd have thunk it'?

In the early days of radio and TV, Edgar Bergen (yes, Candace's dad) had a ventriloquist act which featured a dummy named Mortimer Snerd. Mortimer was pretty dumb, and most of

Is thunk a past tense of think?

Yes, " thunk " it is the past participle of think . It reminds me of " snuck, " which can be used instead of sneaked . But, most people don't use either, it sounds w
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Is it correct to say who would have thunk it?

No, "thunk" is not the past participle of "think". It is not even a word. The correct form would be, "Who would have thought it?" Sometimes "Who'd have thunk it" is used for h