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Front shock/airbags squeek like heck any small bump

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Your bushings are either dry or worn. look for a leaking shock absorber, as it will be very obvious. spray all the bushings with a good multi -purpose penetrating oil like wd40 and see if that doesn't stop your squeaking.

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

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