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Screeching in drivers front suspension area.

My 1995 Ford Explorer is screeching badly. It sounds like worn out box springs. Sorry, I don't know any other way to describe it. I have replaced the sway bar bushings and the struts. What is causing this? It does it driving down the road and also when sitting still and just turning the steering wheel.

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Check the frame too uniboby bushings!!!!!!!

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