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I quit the Chrysler dealership aroung 2001, so I am not familiar with that model, however dodge/Chrysler did have issues with sway-bar links/ball joints/tie rods over the years. your clunking could be from any of these items or from the upper strut swivel plates. hard to tell without my assometer in it.
I have 06 daytona with same problem clunking noise front passinger side Master Mechanic's checked steering and suspension components could not find the source. Problem is that sometimes noise stops then comes back. I will try to find the source myself tomorrow let you know what I find.
Im not saying this is a definite answer, but since I worked at a dealer 90% of these cars had an issue with the lower control arm. it is exspensive but by simply haveing a person watch your tire movment as you shift from fwd. to rev. with your foot on the brake you will see the tire actually move back and forth when you shift it.