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A piece of my van's AWD was found in the driveway (husband has van)

The piece is as big as my fist and is made out of hard rubber. It's oddly shaped, looks like the rubber part of a gas pump nozzle. It has the markings FN 2 and 4684758AB around the collar and AWD on the other end.
What is this piece?

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  • clivem70 Nov 27, 2008

        My '03 Grand Caravan AWD front end has been making a clacking noise even over slightly bumpy roads. Dodge service claims they see nothing wrong but I've driven other vans with no such racket. I suspect the dealer doesn't want to own up to his share of extended warranty repairs. 
         Help, anyone !




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Your cv shaft boot it keeps grease in the axle inside thats what it sounds like to me at least

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