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I know this has beat too much like the MPG and Programmer threads. But I got a squeak coming from the front. Ive sprayed WD40 on the UCA and tie rod ends with no effect. Could the LCA bushings be wearing out? Yes, Im running a search right after I post this. Thanks
 

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Spray WD 40 on the lower arm mounts too. If you still have the swaybar on try the end links too. In fact spray every moving part down. LOL I used to have trouble with that on my lift set up too.
 

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Maybe you don't have a sway bar with the lift, but my sway bar was squeeking bad, so I pulled it and greased the bushings profusely and it stopped.
 

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I've found that Liquid Wrench works way better than WD40 and lasts longer. And like everyone said, don't be scared to soak down everything :lol:
 

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It sounds like the lower coil over mount... there is a bearing inside there that will need to be replaced if thats it.. i have the same problem with my procomp coil over, but i have yet to find the replaement bearing.. every 3 days or so i spray a shot of wd 40 on both sides of the mount... do the same and you should be good
 
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Thanks, I don't have a sawy bar so scratch that. It mostly sqeeks when I am parked or at a stop and when I turn the wheel. And I am off to spray all bushings and things of that nature down.
 

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just turn your radio up :teethmast
LOL I usually do that and I only realized I had a sqeek cause I turned the stereo off. But its embarrassing when I go pick up a girl(s) and I got that sqeek pulling up. But turning the stereo up does work LOL
 

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.... It mostly sqeeks when I am parked or at a stop and when I turn the wheel. And I am off to spray all bushings and things of that nature down.
Tie Rod Ends, Upper & Lower Ball Joints, Brake Pads pressing against the Rotors.

Some PB Blaster might also help a little and when you find it, Home Depot sells a little tub of Lucas Heavy Duty All-Purpose grease that has been working well for me so far. ;)
 

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Tie Rod Ends, Upper & Lower Ball Joints, Brake Pads pressing against the Rotors.

Some PB Blaster might also help a little and when you find it, Home Depot sells a little tub of Lucas Heavy Duty All-Purpose grease that has been working well for me so far. ;)
Thanks Pops. Ill put the grease in on Friday when I get paid and get my truck back from the stealership. ( damn transmission )
 
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