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Old 09-21-2014
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A question needs to be answered

Ok, first time posting here so forgive me if I posted this in the wrong place.

I have something I would like some insight on, I just recently picked up a 2007 Ford Ranger Level II and after the endeavour of learning to drive standard, I noticed that when ever I engage or disengage the clutch, there is a clunk that can be heard. It sounds like the flywheel itself but I'm not entirely sure. It only happens when I push/release the pedal slightly faster than I normally do (usually when I'm trying to get into the flow of traffic without getting rear ended, lol)
Any insight would be great, thanks in advance.
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probably the infamous drive shaft slip yoke clunk
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Old 09-21-2014
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Yes, reads like drive line issue.

Get under the truck, SAFELY, and move drive line manually to see if you hear that same clunk
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