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There is a clanking noise and some vibration when slowing down or speeding up. What would cause this?

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A number of possibilities exist, based only on the brief info posted. Start by examining all of the engine and transmission mounts. Make sure the rubber is not broken on the mounts. If noise is more prevalent on turns then check the boots on CV joints for leakage. There could be weather cracks or tears on the rubber boots or loose/missing clamps.

Posted on May 27, 2010

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