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Clunking noise when shift into 4 wheel drive are there U joints in front end

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Yes there are u-joints in the front axle they are called constant velocity joints and they are in the turning point to replace them you have to pull the complete steering hub to get to them

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My chevy 2500 clunks only when driving in 4 wheel drive


May want to look at the front axles. If the boots are torn and the joints are dry, the axle is causing the clunking noise. Also,check the transfer case fluid level,low fluid level can cause the noise due to dry or damaged gears.

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What's your problem?noise when in 4wd


if its the noise that happens when you shift it from 2wd to 4wd that is most likely normal, unless it is continuing on after the shift to 4wd,The other that it could be is a universal joint that is sloppy/loose on the front slip yolk or the front wheels.to check it you nee to jack up the front end just till the front wheels are off the ground,and support with jack stands and chalk the back wheels,then try to move the front wheels from side to side to check if its a tie rod making the noise,then move the wheels up and down to see if the wheel bearings are bad or going bad.then spin the wheels seperatly 1 at a time and look and see if the u-joint is loose.you can also check the front drive shaft/slip yolk by doing this.

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Heard clunking noise when turning took wheels off started motor put in drive turned stering wheel heard noise did not see any movement at drive shafts did see motor shifting frount motor mount wore out...


bad motor mounts will cause some issues, bad CV joints will also cause and issue. You will need to check for both. Being a 99 you will also want to check teh front differential for the proper fluid level, this is not the same as the transmission.

Aug 14, 2011 | 1999 Chrysler Town & Country

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Front end makes noice when turning while engaged in 4 wheel drive


check front axle shafts cv joints one might be bad. also if you turn on a dry surface when 4x4 engaged it will bind and make noise. Jack front of truck up and try to wiggle wheel up,down all around as you may also have a bad wheel hub bearing that is clunking when turning.

Feb 04, 2011 | 2003 GMC Sierra 2500HD

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Dear sir yes i ment cv joint & no it does


CLUNK NOISE YOU HEAR IS WORN CV JOINTS.

May 26, 2010 | 2003 Saturn VUE

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CLUNKING NOISE DRIVERS SIDE ONLY WHEN BRAKING


look under the seat for a bottle under it -

have your front end looked at -
Check your wheels - make sure - 100% that they are not loose by getting out the tire tool and tightening them just a little bit - or a lot if real loose.


Jan 28, 2010 | 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab

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Clunky noise sounds from front end on 98 ford expedtion 4 wheel drive not always there just had new tranfer case put in.Not able to tell when he does sometimes and lower speeds or just when acclerating....


Fords are known for having Ball joint issues. they can cause noise if they are extremely loose. Sway bar links also can break causing a clunking too. I'd take it to a shop and have them do a front end shake down. 1/2 hour labor rate.

Oct 12, 2009 | 1998 Ford Expedition

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Clunking front hubs


usually the noise in the front end is the u-joints or cv joints out towards the tires.

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