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    what is it? :(

    I hear that voice from the rear, it can be the diff, brake shoes, braking plate, e-brake shoes or anything, I can't understand. It vas much less but now after 10k km it sounds louder

    YouTube - subaru rear voice

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    Sounds like a bad wheel bearing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brfatal View Post
    sounds like a bad wheel bearing.
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    I have installed new brakind pads, new rear wheel bearings and changed diff oil wit eneos 75w90. No result at all :-(
    I have checked wheels and they cant tuch anything up there. Wheels are yokohama s.drive 205x50 r16 with facktory rims

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    can it be the CV joint? I know how sounds dead front cv joint but what about rears?

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    You know what else sounds like that ?

    Do you have directional tires ?
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    yes, tires are directional, yokohama s.drive.
    I don't know what it can be. at first it started annoyng sound on when cornering hard to the left. now I hear it on any cornering and a bit when driving straight

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    Quote Originally Posted by bako View Post
    first it started annoyng sound on when cornering hard to the left.
    From this statement I would say it sounds like Passenger Rear Wheel Bearing.

    If the rear CV joint failed it would make the same noise as a failed front CV joint when going strait.

    pzr2874 was trying to ask if your tires are mounted in the correct direction.

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    Run your hand over your tire and see if it feels choppy. Tires make a lot of noise when they get chopped..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 08SubieWrx View Post
    Run your hand over your tire and see if it feels choppy. Tires make a lot of noise when they get chopped..
    Choppy tires do not fit with the symptoms he gave.

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    My 99 2.5 RS Imprez made noise at cornering from the shroud on the rotor scraping in a hard corner had to realign/CUTOFF ... something to check ...

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    I was trying to rule out, BUT my friend had a messed up tire in the middle of the tread and took it to Discount Tire and they showed him tread seperation... So, go get your tires looked at too. Sounded just like a bearing issue.

    Are they all going the right direction though ?
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    I have rechecked tires, everything is all right. Yes, they may have some internal damage which cant be seen with inspection but i dont think so. I have checked diff cv joints and i can move it for about 0.5mm on any direction. Maby dead diff bearing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brfatal View Post
    Choppy tires do not fit with the symptoms he gave.
    All he said was that there was a noise in the rear... I've seen hundreds of chopped tires make a lot of noise while I was a tech for Nissan.. I was at work before and didn't see the video till I got home and only read what he wrote, but I've only heard tires that loud a handful of times (usually flat spots or ridiculously chopped tires could get that loud).. so I'd have to agree and say its most likely a wheel bearing.

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