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clonk

  1. boddamese

    Front propshaft clonking on over-run

    My S2 109" is clonking quite badly from what sounds like the front prop when slowing to a stop. There is a bit of play in the sliding joint so I suppose that confirms it. Question is: Although the FWH are engaged, so the prop is turning, would you still expect a prop to make a noise like this...
  2. M

    A new friend, the 'clonk'

    I find on my trip to work I now have a new friend to share the trip with, a 'clonk', definitely not a 'bang' or a 'clunk', it has a more or a hollow quality to it so 'clonk' feels about right. It occurs when driving over bumps in the road, both with the clutch in and out and only occurs at...
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