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1999 f-150 squeak in suppension - 1999 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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  • otto4jill Apr 01, 2009

    I cannt figure out were it is coming from it seems to be at the left front. I have but oil all over the tirods, steering arm and it stops for a day then it squeaks again. It also makes a noise when I turn.

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    Wheres the squeek coming from.

    Front Mid or Rear

    left or right

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Check the ball joints and steering linkage for wore out parts. Jack the truck up and move the tire back and forth to see if it wobbles and watch the upper and lower ball joints. You can do the same with the steering linkage by moving tie rod ends up and down to see if they pop up. Everything should be tight with little or no play at all.

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