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Old 04-13-2009, 11:32 PM   #1
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Question noise on driverside??

first it was only when i turned but now it happens all the time.when im driving straight it sqeeks and when i turn...
it sounds like i need wd-40.....ha

anyone have anyideas.... im hopeing it will be a cheap fix


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brakes a little dirty? is it a squeaking or a grinding noise? if it is doing it while yuo are going straight as well now..... bearings could be a little dry i htink.......
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Sounds like your wear indicator is rubbing on your brakes. You probably need new brake pads.
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squeaking balljoint or sway bar bushings.
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squeaking balljoint or sway bar bushings.

it was my sway bar links on both sides... 193 got it fixed.... betty rides smooth again
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