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When going over bumps in road there is a low tone squeek from driver's side front,thinking either a strut or bushing?

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Probably a sway bar bushing; spray a silicone lubericant on it then drive car to see if it keeps up

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#1-Front end squeek is coming from a bushing in the front end suspension....could be the rubber on your struts/schocks, balljoint, or tie rod bushings. Have to jack the car front end and start from one side to the other...a little bit of a pain to pin point.

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