I have 2013 Outback with approximately 4,300 miles. There's a random, not constant, clicking noise that sounds like it's coming from somewhere near (above/behind?) the glove box. The noise occurs when driving on uneven roads or when driving over cracks in the pavement / road. I've noticed in this forum that several people have reported a similar problem / noise in their 2013 Outback's as well. Nearly a month ago, the dealership said they found a loose "bunch of cables" behind the glove box that they secured, which they claimed was probably the issue. This was not the case; the clicking noise has persisted. Today, the dealership claimed they couldn't find and/or fix the problem because the noise could not be replicated. Of course, as soon as I started my drove home (70+ miles) from the dealership, the noise was constant. Some people have posted the following problems were causing the clicking noise: "Defective Shock, Strut Tower, and Shield by the rear of the drive shaft was vibrating against a plastic piece." Has anyone experienced this clicking noise, and if so, how was the problem rectified? I mentioned to the dealership that I'd read about some of the posted causes of this noise, (Defective Shock, Strut Tower, and Shield by the rear of the drive shaft was vibrating against a plastic piece) but the dealership claims that these causes wouldn't produce a clicking noise in the dash. I'm not satisfied with the dealership's response, and I tend to have more faith in the people that posted to this forum. Please help, suggest, inform, and/or advise me. Thanks in advance.