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I think you will need to be a bit clearer with your description of the problem. Are you saying ... It runs bad until you hear this thud then it runs good. But it is still slow taking off from a stop? Or ... when you take off from a stop it is very slow until you hear this thud then it takes off as normal. Are you certain this thud is coming from the engine. Does it sound like it is coming from any particular location under the hood? For someone to be able to help you on an online site like this you need to be very detailed in explaining the problem.
Posted on Nov 28, 2013
Testimonial: "Hi Damon sorry not a car buff! car starts and drives fine no noises etc. then with no warning I get the Thud, it is comming from under the bonnet I belive on the drivers right hand side. It doesn't lose power prior and there is no other noise associated with it. it is now making intermitant clanking sounds from the same area"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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i would check the u-joints they could be bad
Posted on Feb 18, 2011
Testimonial: "I will chech this tomorrow morning - I completely forgot about the u-joints - thx a lot - will mail back if this was problem"
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