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Knocking at rear when going at 70mph

Only happens when i travel at 70mph or more,only had the car just over a mth,and just recently had a new clutch

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Hi, Sounds like the clutch plate or converter is starting to go.
At 250 K. It is time for a new one.(clutch and/or converter).
Another thing which I hope it isn't. Water in gas. If it is dump some alcohol in the tank, sold at many auto shops.
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