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So it just started today. When I slow down and am turning I hear a clunk coming from underneath me. Seems like tranny. could it not be shifting out of gear or something? Or could it be rear diff?
 

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Just while turning? If so check the ball joints.
 

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u-joints = stop and put it in neutral then put it into gear do you hear it then?
 

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Sounds to me like the intermediate steering shaft is worn. GM released about 5 different revisions for it and the most recent one a couple years ago. They lose their lubrication and knock on turns.
 

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could also be a hub.... need more info...where are you hearing or feeling it?
 

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it sounds like its coming from right underneath me. i dont feel it i just hear it...but i havent heard it in like 2 days which is weird it did it for two days and then stopped..
 

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I would check U joints Kyle. Crawl underneath and grab your driveshaft and try to spin it back and forth and if its feels sloppy or loose you need new U joints.
 

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stupid ujoints!! im on my 3rd set! stupid pieces of junk u joints
 

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dang...or does your slip yolk need to be greased?
 

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I was getting the same clunk but i narrowed it down to suspension front left never figuered it out. But it seem to only happen when i was running 17 in rims im running a diffrent set up now and no clunk. Let me know if this helps
 
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