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I have a clunking noise under my vehicle towards the middle help please

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  • karlschihl Oct 20, 2008

    I had an inetrmittent rattle underneath my tracker- at first I found the exhaust plate had broke loose at one bolt and clamped it- the noise went away but now is back almost all the time. Almost sounds like it is coming from the transfer case now....

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The problem ended up being the skid plate- it rusted around two bolts and broke loose. I removed the two bolts, added some large washers, rebolted and the problem went away. Thanks

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Have you checked the stabilizer bar ball joints? I had one come undone and it made a hell of a clunk.

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