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when I turn to the Right I hear a squeek and when I stop turning the wheel the squeek stops. I just had all of the steering linkage replaced about 5 months ago and the tie-rod are lubed and good. I dont know what else????

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Ball joint maybe?


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Wouldnt the ball joints continue to squeek as long as the wheels were turning???

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When you say turning, are you talking about rolling or turning the steering? I don't know if they would squeek or not, I didn't hear mine when they went out but felt them during an inspection of my steering system.


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when I am turning the steering wheel it squeeks but when i stop turning the steering wheel it stops. when in rolling w/ the wheel turned I dont hear a squeek unless I turn the wheel more. So basically as long as I and not turning to the right it doesnt squeek but It is annoying

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Wouldnt the ball joints continue to squeek as long as the wheels were turning???
not always. They usually start out this way. They continue to squeak when they are really worn/dry. Have a friend / co-worker turn wheel while you crawl under truck and listen. good luck, Brian
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