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Old 05-02-2012, 05:58 AM
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SteeRing question

I have a 2001 f250 and recently web I make a left turn it squeaks really bad I am not sure what to check on it I checked the brakes because that's what it sounded like but they were all good. I know how or can figure out how to replace what would be broke I just don't no what I should check so if anyone knows what to check it would be greatly appreciated yhanks and also my alignment seems to go pretty quick to every time I get it aligned it seems to be out of alignment in like a month and destroyes my tires so I don't no if it would be the same thing causeing the squeaking or not
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Old 05-02-2012, 06:54 AM
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Not sure about the squeaking sound but on that year vehicle, if the tie rods/ball joints havent been changed, then that maybe part of your problem. I have an 02 and just changed my entire tie rod and ball joints. Mine were really bad and way out of alignment.

Check the tie rods but jacking up the truck to where most of the weight is off of the tire, but tires are still touching the ground, then try to move the tires back and forth while watching your tire rod joints. If you see movement at the joints, then your tie rods are bad. there shouldnt be any movement a the joints at ll. Hope this helps
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