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My 2005 Honda Accord V6 Coupe front end sqeeks loudly.

When turning a corner or when applying the breaks it sqeeks very loudly. It also does it when you release the breaks and accelerate. (Like a start stop motion to rock the front end)I have had the strut support arms replaced and all stablizer bar ends lubed the best that can be done and it still sqeeks.

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  • tnassoura May 02, 2009

    Yes, it was one of the control arm bushings. Had it changed and it did the trick.

    Thanks

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The only other thing really around to squeek would be the control arm bushings. The start and stop portion may mean you should look into the engine/transmission mounts.

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