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    Squeaking Strut?

    The past few visits home I have gotten a little sqeak in my rear right strut when going over bigger bumps. This weekend it was louder than normal so I did what I did to fix it before which was to tighten the 3 tophat nuts
    . I took it for a drive and the squeak was gone, but after tonight it has returned. It sounds like its coming from the tophat area of the strut. Anyone have an idea what this may be, and how to fix it.

    ps. i have v1 tanabe gf210 lowering springs...blown strut maybe?
    282 AWHP...267 lb-ft torque.
    2005 WRB WRX Sedan

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    I too have this problem. Was it ever fixed? I'm experiencing it on s techs

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