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Old 11-21-2011, 11:25 PM
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Default Squeak, squeak.....HELP!!!!!

Hello all,

My truck (2010 w/ 31k miles) has developed a bad squeak on gravel roads and I need help with diagnosis. I thought it was caused by my recent HBS leveling kit install but I decided to remove the kit and the noise is still there. I did not notice it before the install but had noticed a similar noise a few months back that went away on its own.

The noise doesn't seem to be coming from the front end, strangely enough given the circumstances. My first thought was the tailgate but I sprayed WD-40 on it and it didn't help.

Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated.

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Check your sway bar links. You can hit them With penetrating oil the squeak will fade a bit or go away completely. This will not fix them permanently only temporarily. There are some on the front and rear Axles

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