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Making a loud "clunk" when put in reverse, from "park"...and the whole car seems to shake/move. 1995 Saturn SC1 - automatic

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Hello. You need to get your saturn up in a lift to check out the universal joints. One of them most likely needs to be replaced. Don't wait too long or you will be sitting on the side of the highway waiting for a tow truck. J.

Posted on Jul 09, 2010

  • ahmco Jul 09, 2010

    Are you possibly talking about a CV joint?

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