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Chevy epica rear brake clunking - 2004 Chevrolet Aveo

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SOURCE: will clunk hard when accelerating slowly, and then

Is the clunk noticed as soon as the brake pedal is released? Your brake shoes engage in the rear drum when the brake pedal is pressed and then release as the brake pedal is released. Your shoes may be worn and might be "hanging up" for a brief period, that would make a clunk sound your describing

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use the key in the lock cylinder on the drivers door.

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