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Squeaking coming from the front end , the front end parts are all good and tight,but it sounds like rubber on rubber and makes this squeaking noise. I put wd-40 on all the bushings I could find and it still will not go away. Any ideas? Its a 2007 chev avalanche ltz.

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You prolly need new bushings i have the same problem now on my 95

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