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Do you hear the clunking while driving on flat roads? or just on bumps or what?
If the clunking is random and does not increase and decrease with vehicle speed then then the two things are not likely related at all.
The TPMS issue could be a couple things. First thing would be to make sure you have adequate tire pressure (over 35 psi). If the lights don't clear after that you may need to have your dealer or a tire shop reset the TPMS and see if that fixes it. Wrst case scenarion the TPMS needs rebuilt or replaced on one of the tires.
Generally when customers experience a clunking sound while driving it happens at times when they hit a dip or bump in the road. Usually this can be contributed to a a bad strut or strut mount or the spare tire being lose in the trunk.
If the exhaust was loose or contacting something the noise is usually more distinct with a metal on metal sound.
can you describe the clunk a little better?
location and description of the sound in detail?