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I have a 2002 subi outback. I have just replaces the drive shaft to eliminate the shuttering and now I here a ticking noise coming from the rear. It appears to only happen when I turn slitely to the right. It is not engine RPM spacific but speed spacific. I was wondering if it could be the bearing of the Rear CV joints.

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