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Squeaking noise coming from front end at low speeds and reverse.

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The rubber bushes on the shocks might be worn, or the ones on the lower control arm. It might also be the boots on the CV joints that have worn out and are throwing out the grease, thus creating dry patches of moving metal, creating the noise. Also check the steering rack boots. These are sold by the dealers but could be tough to fit if you don't know how. Hope that helps!

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