!!!SOLVED!!! Loud clunk when stopping hard and accelerating after the clunk Recently at about 84K miles my 2004 2nd Gen Prius has started exhibiting a "clunk" sound coming from what sounds and feels like is the left side of the car. I am able to reproduce it most times by breaking relatively firmly with heavy steady pressure on the brake. After the "clunk" happens, which I can feel with my foot on the floorboard something actually moving/shifting. When I accelerate after the "clunk" happens, it always happens again, like something is moving back into position. This also happens often times when making a left hand turn, I haven't heard it when making a right hand turn yet and it has been about 3 weeks of the same symptom, although it has gotten more frequent. I have seen another post about bolts or looseness in the steering shaft, although I don't have any steering loosness that I can detect. I am hoping someone else can shed some light on what my problem might be and if they have experienced anything similar. Items I am considering are the steering shaft/linkage, bolts for the steering, CV half shaft, ball joint, brakes and suspension. I poked around under the car about a week ago and didn't see anything loose or obviously wrong. I am mechanically inclined and have rebuilt engines, transmissions and am very familiar with cars but this eludes me so far. Thanks for any help you can offer. Fellow Prius fan.