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Suspension bar when driving over bumps especially on warm days the connector bar squeaks i tried spraying lubricant on it but that doesnt help.what is the problem?

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Look to see if the bushings on the bar are worn, also check to see that the metal washers are in good shape. Sometimes, you may need to remove the center bushings, and grease them, sparaying does not get inside of the bushings.

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