I've had this on both sides for so long I barely notice anymore. It used to drive me crazy, but I just try to block it out now.
amati5 said:I have this light squeak from the left front suspension area every time I got in my car, start, shift from Park and lift off the brake pedal (just when the car starts to move). It happens sometimes during a turn too. I won't hear it if I push the car's front end up and down (like testing the shocks). I just had the Bistein HD installed in the front/rear but I am thinking it's from the anti-roll bar bushings eventhough I don't think it should happen to only 4 yrs old rubber bushings. I appreciate any suggestion.
Over the weekend I sprayed some silicon at the aiti-roll bar bushings without removing them. This monring I didn't think of it but then I don't remember hearing the squeak anymore. I'll listen again later today and if it's still there, I'll try the spray grease. Sounds like a good solution. Thanksredneckpapa1996 said:I had the same squeaks and used spray lithium grease at all points of contact on leaf springs and suspension and it went away like magic.....
Not sure, I was just assuming most stock cars come with rubber bushings which usually don't require regrease too soon.IGBT said:..are they rubber susp.bushings??
physix said:I have the same problem. I was wondering about lubrication points under the chassis. I change my own oil about half the time but hadn't thought about chassis lubrication. Are there any lube points (zerk fittings) for the steering or suspension?