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I have a mitsi legnum 2.5lt 4wd, with the 6a13 engine, i have started having a loud clunking noise when i am turning at low speeds, it feels as though something is binding up and then with a loud bang the pressure is released, it only does this when turning but not all the time, could this have something to do with the transfer box, if so i have another one. how hard would it be to swap them over

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Hi, yes he is right cv joints.

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This would be worn CV joints.

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