Ok this might be a really silly question but i figured it would be better to ask it and it possibly help then not ask it.Originally posted by LoadedLX@Jun 5 2004, 04:03 PM
It does it especially bad when I turn the wheel at a stop. It does it all the time, but it's worse the slower i'm going and the worst when i'm at a dead stop. Would a ball joint/tie rod squeak like that? Also, do you know if the ball joints are self-contained or do they need greasing?
My last car was a Honda Accord so I'm not used to changing tranny filters or greasing ball joints...the Honda never needed any of that. So if I sound a little ignorant, please, forgive me.
D'oh i forgot you had said that if you stop the car and press down on the front driver side of the car that it squeaks (definitely not power steering then). I wouldn't think that a shock would squeak while sitting still and turning the wheel. I know it's already been mentioned but the only other thing that comes to mind is tie rod ends.Originally posted by LoadedLX@Jun 5 2004, 06:46 PM
Nah. Its a squeak. Like wet rubber maybe. It's a horrid sound. I'm at a complete loss as to what it is. Again, if you stop the car and push down on the front drivers side, it squeaks...which is why I thought it was a shock problem. But would a squeaky shock squeak when you turn the wheels sitting still?
I can't figure it out. Any, and I mean ANY, ideas would be appreciated.