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WHEN YOU TAKE OFF OR STOP THERE IS A THUMP NOISE FROM REAR OF TRUCK WHAT IS THE PROBLEM THE DEALER SAID DRIVE SHAFT REPACK

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Hi,
If your vehicle is rear wheel drive, It sounds like the universal joint might be going out.
It would be best to replace this before you lose a drive shaft while using the vehicle. They aren't so expensive, and a shade-tree mechanic can replace it :o)
Hope this helps... Good luck!

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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