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Gear shifter moves to the right when taking off in first gear with the truck along with a klunking noise

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It's either a motor mount or transmission mount, depending on milage sometimes it's better to replace all of them at once. I would look at the trans mount first because it's easier to get to, take a floor jack and out it under the trans and put a little pressure on it to see how much it moves. -Jared

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