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Old 03-16-2010
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Icon2 some clunking?

Recently my trans has been hard to shift into 1st and 2nd. Even with the clutch engaged i have to slam it into 1st. The clutch lets out really close to the floorboard too??

Also in the mornings especially, when i back out of the driveway and then pull forward i get mad squeeking from the front driveshaft? any ideas?

And i get some clanking from the rear too when im driving and let off teh gas and then press the gas the pedals kinda sitcks and then engages then the rear driveshaft clanks?/

Any ideas on this guys?
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Dustin, you're having all sorts of problems aint ya man
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Old 03-22-2010
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check the hydrolic fluid in the clutch!?!
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