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Try wd 40it maybe just that the belt is dry i had this and after 55k i was going to replace the belts but sprayed first and it worked alas i sold the car and i couldnt tell u if the belts were replaced
Posted on Apr 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check your power steering fluid, usually the noise from the power steering belt when you turn your steering wheel, just fill up some transmission oil to the power steering pump.Maybe can stop the noise.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
SOURCE: Squeaking noise at low speeds
take the front wheels off and look between the brake scratch plate and the rotor. - a stone trapped there will cause this noise. Also between the driveshaft and the hub, where the shaft enters the hub at the back. l
Look too for either a support bracket for a brake line or ABS wiring touching the driveshaft. Also there is an antisqueal spring on the back of the brake calipers someotimes this will touch the outside of the brake rotor, you'll see a shiny mark on the rotor if something is touching. Also the scratch plate on the back of the rotor can touch the inside of the wheel rim, again look for a shiny mark all the way around the inside of the rim. Lastly look at the face of the brake rotor for a circular scratch - indicates a stone stuck in the brake pad. Have fun!
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
SOURCE: Speedometer Squeaking Sound
I have a 1997 tacoma with 84,000 miles. i have the same problem and took the instrument cluster out. the problem appears to be with the speedometer cable and i plan on replacing it.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
SOURCE: steering wheel squeaking
they do that sometimes...Usually if you take some silicone spray and squirt it all around the area where you can hear the squeak,it will go away.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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