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How do I fix a clucking rear end of a 95 1500 suburban

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The clucking at the rear you are hearing is most likely the rear u joint on the drive shaft. Place the vehicle in park and set the brake. Slide under and inspect the drive shaft. If you can move it up and down or rock it side to side the joint is bad.

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