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My 1991 honda accord makes a sqeaking sound when I make turns. It sounds like its coming from the right, front axle. It also shakes a lot while driving.

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Assuming you don't have a problem at idle, if it shakes a lot when driving, then you may consider to replace the engine mounts. They are rubber blocks mounting from the engine to the car frame. They are not expensive. The squeaking noise when you make a turn can be cure by changing the power steering fluid, and flush out the old one. You will be amazed to see how muddy the old one is. Cheers.

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