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What is meaning of clunking under my car sometimes while driving?

Just trying to record under what conditions, i.e. turning, accelerating etc. causes the sounds. Appears to be from area close to tranny & towards rear of engine.

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It means you keep doing what your doing,
as no one can guess without the car

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