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freelancefoolJan-27-13 01:38 PM
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#33771, "RE: Squeak when doing a low speed turn"
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Squeaking like a faucet probably isn't the suspension. Once you turn the wheel and start moving, the suspension is probably loaded and not really moving. I would check brake backing plates, brakes and wheel bearings first.

Squeaks that might be caused by the suspension should happen while you are turning the steering wheel and the ball joints are twisting or when you are hitting a bump or uneven surface and the components are moving up and down.

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Squeak when doing a low speed turn [View all] , Th3DooM, Jan-27-13 01:22 PM
  RE: Squeak when doing a low speed turn, freelancefool, Jan-27-13 01:38 PM #1
RE: Squeak when doing a low speed turn, Th3DooM, Jan-27-13 02:23 PM, #2

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