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1997 Tahoe makes clunk noise whilw accelerating.

I feel as if there is some resistance as I am driving. Almost like the parking brake is on. I do hear a low rumbling noise as I drive.

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Check oil level in trasfer case front and rear dif . front calipers could be sticking reardrum brakes could be frozzen dose the truck pull to one side if brakes are aplidded hard with no hands on stering wheel

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