post #1 of Old 12-05-2012, 10:13 AM Thread Starter
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clanking sound

My 97 4.0 Tj has been making a clanking sound from the front passenger side of the jeep. I have a 6 inch lift and 33's that were on it when i bought it. When i first bought the jeep there were no such noises. Anyone have any ideas what may cause this. If i go under 25 there is nothing but once i get some speed going it sounds like a gremlin is under my jeep beating it with a hammer.

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post #2 of Old 12-05-2012, 07:09 PM
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Engine noise or chasis noise. Time to isolate. You could crawl under and take a look at driveshaft and axle u-joints, exhaust nbot rubbing front driveshaft and the cat is not banging on the T-case skid. Could be almost anything but the exhaust is always a player.

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post #3 of Old 12-05-2012, 10:44 PM Thread Starter
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Its not engine when im not moving there is nothing if i rev nothing. Its only when i am driving. And i just redid my rear u joints ball hub and shaft.
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My 97 4.0 Tj has been making a clanking sound from the front passenger side of the jeep. I have a 6 inch lift and 33's that were on it when i bought it. When i first bought the jeep there were no such noises. Anyone have any ideas what may cause this. If i go under 25 there is nothing but once i get some speed going it sounds like a gremlin is under my jeep beating it with a hammer.
It's probly your flywheel commin lose
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