Clunks going over bumps is often Sway Bar bushings, and there has been several threads about this and how new sway bar bushings fixed the problem. And other tall Chrysler vehicles are the same, like the mini-vans, their forums have similar threads about fixing clunks with sway bar bushings.
My '99 Neon R/T has had the rear "Drum-in-Hat" e-brake lock up from built up dust that wedge between shoe and drum-in-hat. When it happened, it felt and sounded like the opposite side front tire had gone flat. It was more than noise it was vibration also. It took a while to figure out, because it felt and sounded like a front tire, NOT rear, and every time I'd pull over to check it out, I'd find nothing wrong. Finally I spotted the rear brakes and wheels were red hot.
Pulling the rear rotors and cleaning out the dust from the Drum-in-Hat in e-brake, adjusting the rear shoes kept if from happening again.
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