Squeaky front end?
I've done a search, but only came up with WD-40...
I'm actually asking on behalf of a friend who drives an F-150. His front end (stock suspension) squeaks horribly; while turning, going straight, and over low-speed bumps. We've discussed lubricating all of the bushings, but haven't done anything yet.
I've heard to use WD-40, bearing grease, or silicone spray. I've also heard arguments against using all of the above. Aside from taking the front end apart and individually greasing the bushings and such, what would you all recommend to shoot on the bushings in an attempt to alleviate the noise?
2003 Ford Ranger | FX4 Level II | 5-Speed Manual
A few minor mods... nothing cool enough to mention.