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MY 2001 SABLE MAKES A CLUNKING NOISE WHEN I STOP COMING FROM THE REAR END. WHAT IS IT?

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Let's start with the obvious one: junk moving in the trunk. Check that
Next check for loose parts:rear bumper, hood, silencer, taillights, even a hubcap
Worst case: a suspension bush is worn out.

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