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HOW TO STOP THAT FRONT END SQUEAKING NOISE!! (NOT STEERING PUMP)

WHEN EVER YOU TURN THE WHEEL THE BEGINS TO SQUEAK VERY LOUDLY. PUSHED SIDE TO SIDE ON THE FRONT RIGHT TIRE AND HEARD THE SAME NOISE. raydholmes@yahoo.com

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  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    i hear a loud clicking noise in the right front passenger side tire area of my VW Passat when I make a right turn

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    I have mustang 2002, When I turn the wheel I hear a squeaking sound. And at the right front wheel i have some fluid leak. Do you know somebody where is problem?

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Probably the upper strut plates.

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