I just purchased my fourth Gen 4 OB, a 2010 2.5i w/6MT, and knew it had issues problems for resolution. Needs a clutch (yeah, @97k miles), needed a timing belt kit (done - Aisin TKF-006 installed), and I also knew that there was an issue with the steering wheel and front wheels popping heavily when steering on sharp turns which I figured was due to bad outer CV joints on the front axles. No biggie, checked out Subaru for OEM axles...nah, gold plate without warranty at a pretty ridiculous price (I was doing both at the same time), so I purchased NAPA axles with a limited lifetime warranty. Got under the car to install 'em and...I found that very new Cardonne CV axles were already installed - good boots, no grease ejection, seemed fine. It appeared that the previous owner had replaced the OEM axles just prior to selling the car. Installed the NAPA units and the popping on sharp turns was still there after driving it for several miles. During my troubleshooting I noticed that there was no popping on sharp turns at all when first starting and driving the car after sitting all night - everything smooth as silk. After driving 5 or so miles, the popping on sharp turns returned - seemed to indicate something happened after the moving parts heated up. I'm now thinking that one or both front wheel bearings are shot - the grease heats up in the rollers and allows excessive side clearance and roller skip/stall during the heavier side load on the bearing during a sharp turn. This'll be my next project but I was wondering if anyone else has encountered this?