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there is a technical bulletin of the front trans mount at the radiator area. first an inspection of the mount of flex and sloppyness. also the rear if the flex is excessive the mounts needs to be replaced first before diagnosing internal transmission issue.
how are the mounts ?
what i would like for you to do is to loosen the mount bolt from the bracket to the mount and then retorque the mount and then retry to see if the clunk is still there
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is the vehicle awd?
there is no cv joint in the rear . so it has to be a brake or something loose in the rear like a shock , spring broken etc....
my fault. i have read your explaination the wrong way!!
if you lift the side that you hear up and turn the wheel slightly is there play on the shaft axially? is the brake pads loose? please see the anchor that the pads hold them in is there any play there?
you may have to take the wheel off to really see
yes it is easy . remove the 2 strut bolts to knuckle and then pop the axle out and replace.