Driveline Clunk

silverado13

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I have no input for the clunk, but I will say that forums in general are a excellent resource. I know I have used the help of other many times before. From simple things I was overlooking to stuff that I didn't even know was possible.

thats is why i boost DYI, because if not for us fixing our own stuff, we wouldnt ever learn anything
 

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thats is why i boost DYI, because if not for us fixing our own stuff, we wouldnt ever learn anything

I agree, I try to do it myself unless I get stumped or it's over my head I'll check the forum first then go for professional help


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Food for thought...Drive line clunk could be your slip yoke in the transmission sticking. Sometimes a little anti seize will stop it. I believe there was a recall or a bulletin on this issue. My 99 Tahoe did it. I cleaned up yoke and used anti seize and now over 50k miles later no clunk.
 

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