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Old 05-27-2010, 11:18 PM
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Ok, I know I'm old and make squeeking and groaning sounds, however my truck is still a baby and she's already making these sounds It started with my driver seat squeeking when I move up and down on the seat. Havn't fixed that yet, but should be a simple WD-40 fix. Today my brake pedal started making a low pitch squeeking when I step on it or take my foot off it. Not sure exactly how to fix that as I don't want to start sparying things where it may lead to stopping issues. It's hard to make the sound, but it's a airy thug sound I guess.
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Use white lithium grease spray vs. wd 40. It will last longer and stick where you spray it.
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I'll go look for that. I know WD-40 will also attract dust and grime faster than most so I'll look into the grease. Thanks MadDog.
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