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Have a chirping sound front left ,wheel went drivin

Have a chriping sound front left side wheel when driving my 2003 grand
cherokee..had the tires rotated and the front end alined
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Had a break job lately? it might be the squeakers on break pads telling you its time for breaks. or if its 4 wheel drive could be a CV joint on front axel going bad, or wheel bearing going bad too.

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