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Old 11-29-2008
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Would a bad cv shaft cause 4x4 to clunk?

Would a bad cv shaft cause 4x4 to clunk? My left front cv shaft clicks when i turn and when the truck is in 4x4, there is a loud clunk coming from the front of the truck , mainly when i turn but also sometimes when i'm going straight. Would the cv shaft cause this?
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it could, i'm assuming you still have the vacuum hubs?

that would mean the CV shafts would only be spinning in 4wd.
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mine was due to a busted t case but only done it in 4 lo
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