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Rear differential clunk when accelerating

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Rear Diff Clunk. Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by PackCon, May 21, 2018. Post Reply. May 21, 2018 at 9:47 AM #1 #1. ... the truck is overloaded the axel does some weird shit underneath and you get that clunk sensation after braking and accelerating. I only notice this when I'm camping and there is a lot of weight in the bed. ... i am now 30 days.

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96 Posts. #18 ยท Dec 22, 2009. BAC5.2 said: The trademark Subaru Diff-Clunk occurs when the differential rotates on it's mounts, and causes the differential subframe to bottom out on the body of the car. It MOSTLY occurs in manual transmission equipped cars when driving hard (fast shifting).

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This happens when accelerating around corners, such as T Junctions, after slowing or stopping for the intersection but will also clunk when coming off a beach onto a hard surface, for example. Its nothing to do with tyres or the rear diff, even though it fells like the rear diff has a tooth missing on the crown gear when it happens. It happens only occasionally, specifically when I start to brake, accelerate or sometimes when I let go of the gas. When the clunk happens, it seems to be coming from either beneath the floorboard or from the rear of the car. Sometimes it causes the car to pull back, almost like a transmission kick or a backfire.

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Only show this user. I had the same strange clunk for about a year, and I finally changed out the gear oil in both differentials (front and rear), and changed out the ATF fluid in the transfer case, and that fixed it! Nice and smooth acceleration now, with no clunks at low speed. I have about 105,000 miles on my 2013 Dodge Durango Citadel.

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