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Old 06-24-2015
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Squeaky truck

My 99 4 x 4 Ranger is really squeaky, kinda drives me nuts when going slow with the windows down. Since apparently you can't do a lube job on it because it has the "lube for life" parts. Should I just get the can of WD-40 out and start spraying it down?
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You can, but I would use silicone, WD40 drys out too fast.
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I'll try it thanks!
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when i had that problem the tie rod end were worn out
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