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Clunking when puting my truck in gear- hear a noice like a brake raddling when i drive next to a building. this noice is comming from my back wheels or under my truck can you help

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Try replacing the universal joint. if the problem presists take it to nissan and get them to have a look at it.

Posted on Jul 31, 2008

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