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My 1998 Ford Expedition makes a squeeking sound when i make turns(left and right) and travel over uneven sections in the roador bumps. Is this a worn sway arm bushing problem?

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Look to see if the ball joints and tie-rod ends have grease zerks. If they do, they need to be greased. If they don't, they'll likely need to be replaced.

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