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cluncking noise #171005 18/02/07 12:56 AM
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I have a 85 cj-7 when I back up i hear a cluncking noise, does anyone know what it maybe. I am a newbaby to the jeep community but a long time fan. Oh it is a 5 speed manual.

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Re: cluncking noise [Re: laxxer] #171006 18/02/07 12:58 AM
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too funny

Re: cluncking noise [Re: laxxer] #171016 18/02/07 01:46 AM
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I'm curious what that has to do with mIRC. confused

Beyond that, if it makes clunking noises while backing up, you might as well get rid of it because you'll spend a lot of money to fix it.


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Re: cluncking noise [Re: laxxer] #171023 18/02/07 03:45 AM
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/me buys a new car!

Re: cluncking noise [Re: laxxer] #171058 18/02/07 06:07 PM
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It sounds like your harddrive may have a bad magnetic inductor. It's causing the armature to move too far one direction and slam into the casing.

However, you say it only happens when you backup your files? It could be that your backup software has a serious bug in its program with is somehow causing the HD armature to try to access areas of the platters which don't exist.

:P

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Re: cluncking noise [Re: genius_at_work] #171077 18/02/07 10:39 PM
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You *do* know he wasn't talking about a hard drive, right?


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Re: cluncking noise [Re: laxxer] #171080 18/02/07 10:56 PM
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It could be your transmission?


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Re: cluncking noise [Re: Jigsy] #171081 18/02/07 11:02 PM
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...Or a problem you REALLY should see a doctor about! grin

Re: cluncking noise [Re: laxxer] #171270 22/02/07 03:52 AM
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lol, How do you get "jeep community" out of "mirc"? This leaves me... have you been drinking?

Re: cluncking noise [Re: laxxer] #172504 11/03/07 02:24 PM
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lol wtf! -edit-

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Re: cluncking noise [Re: laxxer] #173970 01/04/07 12:12 PM
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The 85 cj-7 was originally fitted to a jeep in the year 1410. one of the first i might add. The clunking noise is probably some screws have come loose and your losing your marbles. The marbles are critical for correct functioning. The 5 speed manual has since been replaced by a one speed auto, much better as you can now read text at your own speed whilst driving the jeep. However laws now require you to pullover whilst operating the 85 cj-7, as it is considered dangerous to surf nets whilst not concentrating properly. and besides you need to drop a fibre optic into a toilet in order to get started ( the jeep that is ).
please see http://www.google.com/tisp/faq.html for further details on toilet connections.