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They are definitely super slow to disengage, check your lines for vacuum leaks may help this process speed up but I believe the pump runs for almost 60 seconds at times, not sure how long they estimated the actual engagement/disengagement should take.
Click from the rear would depend how far back, could be transmission, u-joints, rear end, anything that moves as you go back. Can you get a buddy to help you by doing the shifting if you are underneath it and figure out where it is coming from?
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