13 Posts. Discussion Starter · #1 · Sep 14, 2003. I have a 2001 sable w/ only 11,000 miles. When I shift to drive it's as smooth as can be. When shifting into reverse, there is a slight clunk. It's not too bad, but I don't understand why it's happening at all.
The motor mounts could be worn and your engine isn’t well secured to the crossmember, causing the clunking sound. Have these parts checked, too. But if it's your.
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I can't make the turn in one attempt. Anyways, I notice a distinct "clunk" sound then the car is reversing. It happens just before the wheel makes the stop for the hard left. It's repeatable for definitely this left wheel reverse, and I think it happens on right wheel reverse. Just curious if anyone has noticed this sound before.
Also, the fact that your truck is 4x4, you can expect that it is going to clunk more often, and/or louder, than a regular 2 wheel drive. There is a chain, and 2 sprockets, and bearings, and bushings, and shift forks, and other various components inside the t-case that will present additional slack that has to be taken up as soon as the trans is placed in gear-either forward, or reverse.
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