my 69 chevelle makes a loud clunking sound when pulling off but only when you turn and it shakes the car, it sounds like its coming from the axle

Lee Campbell
5

Asked by Lee Oct 28, 2012 at 03:24 PM about the 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

6 Answers

Brad Waller
85

Sounds like the Positraction needs lube. If it is quite when you drive straight, but makes the noise and feels like it is grabbing and releasing when you turn, then it is the differential.

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Rucko
2,545

yeah check your differential oil .

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Denis Sagendorf
365

ALWAYS LOOK AT THE SIMPLEST, STUPIDEST THING FIRST, THAT'S USUALLY IT. I AGREE WITH BRAB & RUCKO IN THIS CASE CHECK YOUR GREASE{GEAR OIL} LEVEL.

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ljk32
85

yep check your rear end oil

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ratquick
125

just drain it and fill it up with synthetic gear oil.

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Denis Sagendorf
365

YOU WILL WANT TO PUMP GREASE IN THE DIFFERENTIAL. AND IF THEY MAKE IT FOR GEARS, HIGH TEMP. LIKE BEARING GREASE.

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