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Squeaking Question?

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Squeaking Question?

When i drive from 0 to 15mph there is a little squeaking but then it goes away anyone know what it is?
 
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Maybe the beginning of an Idler Breakdown…

Chk it out or have it chkd out !
 
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sounds like its in the wheels or axle! dont know
 
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Could be ball joints, whats your millage?
 
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28000
 
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Well that eliminates that. Most ball joints ive seen go anywhere from 50k-100k miles. Is it still under warranty? If so, have them deal with it......after all its free.
 
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Does it go away if you lightly press the brake?
 
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