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Old 09-01-2015
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Very Squeaky Ranger

I have a 1998 Ranger 4x4 ext. cab w/ suicide doors. I have a 3" lift on it. I have had a very squeaky noisy truck for about 2 months now. It squeaks in the front, mostly when turning right or left. It also squeaks in the rear. The funny thing is that it does not squeak at all until I have driven it for 30 to 45 minutes every morning. OR when it sits for a little while during the day. I have tried WD-40 everywhere.
I have looked on other threads, but I have not seen a good answer. Does anyone else have this issue?
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Old 09-02-2015
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Location: yarmouth mass
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I had same issue, I lubed everything, turns out lower ball joint was bad, now the left side is starting to do it, so I have to change over the weekend, I tried everything and I mean everything and that's what it was
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