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When i slow down to 20 mph as it shifts down it clunks. and as i am parked and i try to put it in gear it makes the same clunk sound.

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It sounds like you may have a bad universal joint in one of the drive shafts,more likely in the main shaft that runs from the transmission to the rear differential.

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