Question about Subaru Loyale
If you get a clicking noise then the joint in the axle is damaged and will require replacement of the axle. The benefit is ease of replacement and they come with new c.v. boots on the inner and outer joint. Replacing the boot and repacking the joint in grease will not eliminate the noise.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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