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Transmission when i put the trans mission from park to reverse, i hear a noise from the transmission with loud engagement. This happens everytime i back out from my drive way. IT drives good all the rest of the time. i took it to the dealer and they say it is normal. But it doesn't sound normal to me. What do you think? i have a 2006 dakota 4x4 quad cab. auto. 34,200 Thank you for any help that you can give me. Darrell Smith

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    2006 dakota 4x4 quad cab 4.7l with a "not quite" uv joint problem sound from the rear end. this is my sisters truck, i laid under it when she came over to look at the uv joints which seem to be fine. when i had her shift from park, it was more like the rear end is trying to cease up, a "grinding" noise ending with the well known "clang" uv joints give when worn out.

    please email me @ gshelley@watkinsautobody.com any help would be appreciated

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Did you take the driveshaft out of the truck and check the u joints ? some times its hard to tell with the driveshaft still in the truck.

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