[DML] Re: FRONT END creeking noise
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[DML] Re: FRONT END creeking noise

Lubricate the front end. Make sure the grease fittings work and you
are getting grease into the ball joints. Use a needle to lubricate the
tie rod ends. If you have to, dissassemble the sway bar bushings and
lubricate with silicone grease. Spray silicone lubricant on the spring
perches, upper and lower, both sides. Check that the lug nuts are all
tight. Make sure nothing is loose or worn. Look at the tires for wear
to check the alignment. Don't forget the angle drive.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757 

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Daniel" <dmcburn75@xxxx> wrote:
> Today after resolving a few problems I was faced with another. I
> noticed that when I would come to a stop at a stop sign or light I
> would hear a Creek coming from the front end. My first thought was a

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