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My 2000 ford mustang gt v8 make a sweeky noise in the rear tires after even after changing rear brakes and shocks.


The squeaky noise can be several things, but usually it's how your pad contacts the rotor provided it's rear disc. Check the caliper slides, if it's not sliding back and forth, you'll wear the inboard side pad and it will squeak.

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What are the squeaking noise in my tires


If you have off road tyres with big nobbles the squeaking noise is the tread moving on the road . when the nobble hits the road it tends to slide forward and as the rubber compresses it then expands as the nobble leaves the road. Something like walking on lino with rubber soled shoes that squeak as you walk

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Passenger wheel chirp / squeak that stops when brake is applied


sounds like a brake pad warning clip is making contact with the rotor applying brakes presses pad and quiets the noise. have pad wear checked by mechanic.

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Very loud squeaking


My guess is a pully is going bad on the tensioner. The new belt had more grip so it was able to force the bad pully to turn but now that the new belt is a bit worn it's beginning to slide as the pully gets worse...Does tha make sense? Solution: Remove the belt and turn each pully by hand. The pully's should turn very easily without ANY struggle. If you find a pully that has any stiffness ...(Or is hard to turn).....thats the bad one. Replace the bad pully and you will be a happy camper

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Squeaking noise right front ?


not sure what type vehicle we're talking about here, although you can lube up the rack and pinion or grease up your upper, if so equipped, and lower ball joints.

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Lots of brake dust! front brakes. feels different since they were instaled in March. and still making noise like squeek.. help!


Different product and different brand the best for you money without the brake dust is carbon metallic,basically you got a low end brand

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Back door makes terrible squeaking noise when


When you open your door you will see a flat bar that slides into the door while opening and closing. It is located between the two door hinges. There is a rubber on the door where the flat bar slides in and out, remove that rubber and you will see little rollers in the door, those rollers need to be oiled, preferably with engine oil. Oil the rollers and work the doors back and forth, the noise should abate.

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I hear a squeak noise on the driver side front tire dont know if its the tire or rod


the easy whay to fine this out is to put the spare tiyer on and drive it
if it still squeaks it could be the disk pad binding up a little on the disk
wip them both out on both sides and apply some copper ease to the back of the pads making sure they can slide easly in there holders
the next time your driving and you here this squeaking noise jut apply a very little presher on the foot brake to push the pads onto the disks if it stops the squeak its pads

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1997 Buick LeSabre has squeak noise coming from right front.


More likely this is a wheel bearing or CV joint than suspension components.

One good indication is if, when your making a right turn or accelerating, there is a shudder or shaking in the steering wheel then its likely a wheel bearing.

Another good indicator can be found when you jack up the suspicious wheel. Put one hand on the top of the wheel and one on the bottom and pull back and forth. If the wheel makes a clunking noise and moves in either direction, then wheel bearing is shot.

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Steady squeaking noise after taking foot off accelerator


sounds like you have a pad rubbing on a disk/rotor, if you jolt the brakes does the noise go away? if so it's probably a pad loose

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