My 2007 Subaru Outback Wagon has 15,000 miles on it. When it is parked outside at 10 degrees F and below, it will make a strange ticking sound when I make my first couple of right turns from a stop. That is, I come to a stop sign and then accelerate normally through a 90-degree, right turn. Near the middle of the turn, I hear a tick, tick, tick sound. It sounds like a ratchet with plastic paddles. I was afraid it was damaging the car, so I took it in to the dealer. The first time, they didn't hear it because they didn't leave the car parked in the cold. I had them test it after it sat overnight at around zero Fahrenheit. They found a problem and replaced an axel. (The had called me and said something about the CV axel joing bearing?) Anyway, it hasn't been cold enough for me to see if it fixed the problem. When I picked up the car, I thought I still heard a few ticks as I left. Does anyone know what this problem might be? The sound seems to come from under the front of the car - perhaps in the drive train somewhere. I've never had anyone outside the car try to listen for this.