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Busted shock! That's what it sounds like you can look under it to see if there is oil on your shock if so it's busted
Posted on Jan 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the first thing i would check is the sway bar bushings they usualy go first. you have a bushing out somwhere. ive replace many struts because people have requested new struts and when we install them they come back and complain that the clunk is still there and all it needed was a bushing kit for $20
hope this helps
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
I agree w/ Dave, if u have a part time system, u should not use 4wd on dry pavement, if it's full time 4wd, there are 3 couplings that shift torque to different axles to to allow wheels to spin at different revolutions, and u should not experience the 'driveline wind-up' ,or torque bind. If u do, the system needs to be inspected for problems.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
It is probably a relay clicking that is going to go out in the near future. If you have a problem with the chevy down the road, first thing to do is check your relays under the dash with a cheapo ohmmeter or muti-tester and check for resistance
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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