Brand new 2019 Trackhawk, have about 1,300 miles on it now and it has developed a distinct clunk sound when putting the car into drive or reverse and lightly pushing the gas or accelerating.
Sounds like it is coming from the drivers rear, pulled the wheel off to check the wheel nut, upper and lower control arm bolts and bushings, roll bar end links, got under the car and checked body mounts, rear end pumpkin mounts, driveshaft bolts for rear pumpkin etc. and nothing seems to be loose, don't see any wear or binding. Sometimes I can hear it while driving as well, but can always replicate it when putting the car in reverse and a little torque is supplied to the driveline, then placing into drive and applying torque to drive away and clunk again as soon as it starts rolling.
What gives? Anyone else run into this or notice this clunk noise? Thank you!