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rickchampion
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Hey guys what's the most common causes for a squeaking front and rear end sounds like suspension area?


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rear end - dry suspension rubbers and dry leaf springs can squeak pretty badly - mine sure did anyway !!

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Sounds like 50 mice having a royal rumble


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more than likely it would be your front upper wishbone pivots


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hey scott, which bits are they and how can they be lubed?


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This will show you where the problem is www.stangnet.com/musta...ng.644702/
however they dont originally have the grease nipples and the hackers way of fixing the problem years ago on the old Falcons and Stangs was to gas axe a hole on each side of the towers and fit a grease nipple.
If you dont have the grease nipples fitted all i can suggest is to jack the car tyres off the ground to give full access in there and spray soak the area with WD40 then if it goes away you know where the problem is. You will have to get grease in there or replace bushes preferably with rubber ones like in XF Falcons.


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in addtition to scott
if you do have grease nipples installed, place the car on stands then grease, re-grease again once off stands
if its the same sound as i experienced, you will want to sell the car before too long


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