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The previous owner must have had an axle go out or the boot split or something and just had some mechanic throw in a part from the closest parts store without doing any research.Report it
I don't know if you even have this vehicle anymore, but the issue with your Subaru vibrating at a stop while in gear is from your front AXLES. It is suggested to get rebuilt Subaru axles for replacement. If you go to Autozone and get an aftermarket axle they do not fit correctly on these cars. They cause severe vibration when they meet resistance from the brakes at a stop. You must use rebuilt Subaru axles.Report it
Totally agree with aldeere8. Didn't figure it out until i read the blogs and my mechanic fixed free of charge.Use Subaru rebuilts. Got a good price from Somerset Subaru in Somerset, ma.Report it
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