Posted this in my introduction thread, and the car is at the dealership now (small dealer - not official Chevy) trying to find out what is wrong. I'll post them here so it gets better exposure.
Clunking noise from the front end, mainly the left front. Happens over any size bump and makes a sound like the shock is having problems dampening the impact. Sounds like it's bouncing up and down a few times. I thought bad shocks, but after some reading on here could be a number of things. I didn't see anything wrong with my eyes, could be missing something.
With the A/C running, when I come to a stop and press the clutch in, the RPM drops to idle, dips and/or bounces around a couple times then the car stalls.
While driving over a hard bump like the separation in the pavement when going over a bridge, or railroad tracks, the car cuts out really quick. It recovers OK, and has only happened a couple times. Bad MAF?
So far neither 2 or 3 have popped the CEL on.
Bought this car used with 110k on it (2006 LS) from a small dealer, really hoping I didn't get myself into a lemon.