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Front drivers side of my 2wd sqeeks sounding like spring? and the truck has 70000

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Could it be the brake pad wear tabs telling you your pads arealmost gone? Check your bearing with vehicle off ground and slowly rotate tire to feel smooth movement at spindle. if noise coincides with rough road it is suspension parts/bushings

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