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front end noises

hello,
got a 2002 ford ranger xlt, 3.0, had a squeaking noise when i went over bumps, curbs, etc. changed out lower, and upper ball joints and arms, still have the squeaking noise, just not as bad, could it be sway bar bushings? or lower a-frame bushings? can't be to much else, could it be shocks? thanks for any help
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process of elimination.


Big bumps, bushings or shocks or wheel bearings

little bumps, bushings

around corner wheel bearings.


I had a bad bearing, it one made noise over bumps in the sound of a squeak.
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