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#1 Old 09-06-2011, 11:00 AM
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clunk when from drivetrain in stop and go traffic

Hi, i have noticed a clunk sound while in stop and go traffic. It happens when I release the gas pedal slow down a bit then reengage. It sounds like a clunk as if the U joint is bad. Has anyone experienced this or has any idea what it could be. I have a V6 citadel AWD...............thanks
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I agree, it sounds like a Ujoint or transmission reingaging. I would have it checked out- the Ujoint shouldn't be bad already, but better safe than sorry, and, your warranty is your friend.
Did it always do this- did you notice it on your test drive?

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No, Did not notice on my test drive as the vehicle was from another dealership. please let me know if u find out anything. thanks
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Have the same issue along with alignmetn being off. Bringing it in this week.
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Hi, was wondering what was the outcome of the clunk . Thanks
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