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So I thought it was iso's so i replaced those, but now it still squeaks. Mostly on the driver side. It squeaks on bumps mostly. Any clue what this could be. I want it fixed because its kinda embarrassing. Thanks in advance
 

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you might have to replace your a-arm bushings try some wd-40 on the first if it quits thats your que. mine did the same thing.
 

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Ok. I was thinking ball joints. But we will find out shortly. Wait wd40 eats up rubber doesnt it?
 

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they should have grease fittings on them just grease everything
 

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Alright will do. I'll up date when I do this. Itll be a few days before I get back home.I'm hoping its just cause its cold and they need some grease. Cause now my doors creak a bit too with the cold
 

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Muchly appreciated guys. This forum is great. Still havent run into assholes in my posts yet. Thanks
 

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ball joints lol my did that and one went out pulling into a gas station in the ghetto, you may just need to grease them but check to see if the boot is still in good shape
 

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How will I know when its in good shape. I ask alot of noob questions. But better safe than stranded in the ghetto
 

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if the rubber boot is all torn up and the squeaking, then its just better to be safe than sorry, luckily in my situation i already had the parts i just didnt have the time to change them till i was forced to lol. takes 3 hours without the right tools in a circle k parking lot. with a car from virginia, so everything was all nasty from driving in the winter
 

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If its ball joints im buying the steeda x2's
 

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thats fine, i wish i wouldve, but i got the moog ones from summit, they seem really good, only one is on there right now, i wont be home to fix the other one for a few months, btw, does your steering feel really weird?
 

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Not exactly. Feels the same as always. I did just lower the car recently so I have wicked bump steer on occasions. But other than that and it slightly rubbin my swaybar(thanks 330cube) it seems like normal. Will the x2's help do you think?
 

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hmm if thats the case then it might not be your ball joints, but if you have the resources to do then do it. especially if like i said they look like they are in rough shape
 

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Thinking it may be the the a-arm bushings. We'll find out soon enough. Wednesday at least ha
 

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yea, well if your car was driven in the snow for a while good luck getting it all out, its a bitch. specially without the right tools lol
 

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Ha hell no. Southern Car. Only 71k Miles.
 

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nice, well i hope its not your ball joints, but i do hope you get it fixed, ive had a 94 and 95, i loved them both, i hope yours treats you well
 

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Me too my dad is a Chevy man so he is finnicky ha. But its my baby so yea
 
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