Drive Shaft Subaru Forester Reconditioned Driveshaft CV Joint (Constant Velocity Joint)
When you turn the steering wheel and hear noises such as a clicking sound or popping sound, it’s very likely you have a broken or worn CV joint. You can test this by doing the following:
Shift the gear into reverse
Turn the wheel all the way to one side
Step on the gas pedal.
You will be going in a circle, so make sure the area around you is clear. As you move backward in a circle, the popping sounds should get louder if you have a bad CV joint. You’ll either have to replace the joint or the entire shaft assembly.
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