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My front end squeeks riding over bumps

Can hear better at slow speeds.

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    Jerry Koski May 11, 2010

    tell me is it just on bumps or does it also sometimes squeek on smoothe roads ? thanks Jerry

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Needs sway bar bushings replaced or taken off and lubed.

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