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Sway bar bushings
One of the motor or transmission mounts? Does it clunk when putting in gear from park?
You have either run something over or your car is due for a service
Worn CVC joint. Could be bad struts causing the spring to bind. Depends how severe the clunk is. If it is struts, it sounds like the floorboard is getting hit by a sledge hammer.
I had the same problem. The dealer replaced the engine mounts at $550.
The Transmission needs SERVICED A.S.A.P Hope This Helps.
The first thing that comes to mind if the "clunk" is only on starting is worn or broken motor mounts. Something is moving and allowing things to hit each other. A clunking that is intermittent while running may be a ball or roller bearinng going bad.
It could be that the transmission fluid is low, or it could be that mechanical parts have worn down. If so, it may be time for a replacement.
Vrrrrrrroommm If the driver puts his foot down. Brrrr-clunk-rrrrr-clunk-rrrrrrrrr With added gear changes.
It could posibly be a bad transmission mount or a universal joint on the drive shaft or even maybe loose torque converter bolts
Just out of curiousity, how is the transmission in this vehicle. Could the transmission be out of sync with the engine? This has happened to me when i had the transmission replaced in a dodge caravan, Good Luck
If the ticking is in time to wheel speed and most noticeable on turning I would suspect an outer CV joint. An inner axle joint might clunk when shifting into reverse. Maybe they're on the same axle. Other possible causes of clunking are worn-out motor mounts.
the thing that causes a clunk when you turn means that the break pad isn't turning all the way with the car tire and it is slightly knocking on the inner tire or something along those lines
If the clunk is most noticeable at takeoff or when coming to a stop, the u-joints on the drive shaft probably need to be replaced.
could be bad mounts on either the tranny or engine?
Check control arm bushings and other suspension parts specifically front swaybar bushings- these were a known problem for Chrysler- your dealer stocks them
The rubber isolators in the engine mounts have worn out or the CV joints in the drive shafts are worn out.
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Don't switch on the fly, that's just stupid. You'll need a whole system overhaul.
You may have U-Joint problems
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I had this problem on my 940. It started as a slight shudder when I braked, and then there was an intermittent clunk. Then, without any warning, both of the front brakes fell off (Completely. They were dangling by their cables!). It turns out that the bolts holding the brake system on had vibrated themselves out. Try tightening the bolts and see if that helps.