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2002 subaru forester first CV joint now hub and bearing?

Just had a broken CV joint replaced last week, after metal rubbing together. Now same shops says that it is hub and bearing problem on same side. Is it there fault or should they have seen it? About how much should it cost?

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They should've checked everything when they had it apart for the CV...Go somewhere else (NOT THE DEALER) and have the work done. Estimate ($135-175)

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