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I have a 91 Subaru loyale 4dr sedan. 1.8Engine. I am told that the right CV joint and boot needs replaced. I am having a hard time finding the part and any repair info on it to see if I can do this myself. Can anyone help me determine what I need and where to getthe parts? It clicks when I turn especially under power....

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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.

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