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Old 10-17-2010
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super annoying squeeking when turning the steering wheel

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KY jelly your steering wheel, bro

(hmm, more seriously it could have to do with your clockspring. I feel like mine was making related noises before it broke
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Old 10-18-2010
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weird.

have you done anything to the steering colum lately? took of covers off to fix/replace internals or replaced anything in the engine bay like a joint or anything on the R&P?
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sounds like a spring bending in a way it doesn't want to.

mine makes a clicking sound when i turn the wheel with the blinker on. but that is a pre-01 issue with some silver plates or something in the wheel.
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its your ball joints. happened to mine about 2 months ago. it squeaks when you are physically turning the weel correct?
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sounds to me like you have a little midget inside that says weird.
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its your ball joints. happened to mine about 2 months ago. it squeaks when you are physically turning the weel correct?
dude, he's SAS'd. defiantly not the same.
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Oh I didn't know that. That is totally different than my suspension. My bad.
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dude, he's SAS'd. defiantly not the same.
Tyler is not SAS'd
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Tyler is not SAS'd
My bad, I was thinking of Randy for some odd reason.



Is her superlifted at least?
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