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Lower control arm bushing.

Keeps squeaking. been replaced once at 1600 miles now have 3300 on 08 mustang

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I took the car into Winner ford to see if it was the lower control arm bushing again. i also had the oil changed and part of the oil change service includes the lube service, of which the steering stop bushings were lubed. the noise is gone. i have had the lower control arm replaced once (car had only 1500 miles, now 3300) it had sounded like an old man with arthritus!

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