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Clunking noice coming from rear end passenger side

2002 Chrysler Sebring, when driving on a gravel road or not to level road there is a constant clunking noice coming from the rear end passenger side. It sounds like something in the trunk possible behind the seat area or ofer the tire area. We can't pin point it. We've secured the jack and spare tire thinking that might be the problem but that's not it. The strut seems to be ok, we had to fabricate a new strut mount as Chrysler had a huge back order for this part which we could not find anywhere. We had to fabricate it ourself or not drive the car at all!!

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