Originally Posted by badtziscool
It's most likely the drive yoke not being greased. It happens at at complete stop like what you're experiencing and eventually it will happen when you accelerate from a dead stop. It happened to me around 6k miles. Took it in and dealership took care of it nth ray pretty much knew what it was. Regreased it with new grease pack and all symptoms went away. Now we'll see if this lasts.
Thanks for the reply, looks like I'll be taking it in to the dealership. I am surprised however that the drive yolk will still clunk when stopped. I know little to nothing about the drive yolk, but I assumed the drive yolk stopped spinning when the wheels stopped turning. I'm not doubting you badtziscool, just trying to understand a little more about what goes on down there. Also, I forgot to mention, it only does it when the engine is at around a 1000 rpms at idle then drops to around 5-600. Once it drops down is when the clunking starts. I doubt this changes anything but just realized I left that part out in the original post.