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I've got a 2006 Tundra with 73K. Just had it cold weather serviced at 60K. Prior to the service there had been a pronounced clunk that developed when taking it in out of 4HI anywhere above 40mph. They changed fluids, and said it would resolve the issue. It did get better, but it is still there. Anyone have any ideas as to what could be going on here or gone through this?

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Are you under load while pushing the button? Let off the gas and go in a straight line until it engages, it will make a little noise. I'm thinking your on the gas while doing this, be sure to coast while engaging. Also be sure your 4x4 has been serviced correctly including the pilot shaft lube, and torque. Are all universals tight? Cv boots full of grease? Many have complained and found issues with the pilot shaft, some used a mobile one synthetic product with mixed results, do a search you'll find alot of info, Good luck.
 
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