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2002 grand cherokee font suspension squeeking

I have a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee that I just purchased that has a squeek in the front suspension. When I test drove it when it was warmer I did not hear it. Today the temperature started at -18 F. This evening was -5 F. I did not drive it during the day when it got up to 8 F. It squeeked both times when I drove it.

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    David Johnson May 11, 2010

    check the sway bar bushings. Dodge has a new design to stop that. Hope this helps you

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Change your struts

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