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Klunking noise in back when turning

(1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager)
in Louisville, KY on May 24, 2012
Have replaced the rear shocks, made sure the rear wheel bearings are good and tight. When I turn a corner or turn and twist the frame a little, there is a klunk in back. Sometimes you can feel like something is moving just a little. That is why I thought it could have been the shocks or the wheel bearings. Does anyone have an idea about this???
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on August 30, 2012
Don't happen to have a bowling ball in the trunk?
on August 30, 2012
No, no bowling ball. I have figured ou that the rubber bushings on the leaf sprig mounts are dried and allows the body to shift on the springs just a little.
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