The squeak possibly could be tierods. My '98 Mercury had a bit of a squeak coming from under the front and I figured it to be just old car sounds coming on. The steering started getting a bit tight and shaky, from there I was told the steering trouble was undiagnosable, but the tirods needed replacement and the squeaking was what alerted them to that. I went to a different mechanic to have that fixed and they told me the steering trouble was definitely related to the tierod. After they replaced that the squeak and steering trouble was gone.
Teary envy from Chevy guys. listen for the sqeak, determine if it is coming from the interior of the car or one of the moving parts, if it is in the steering check your bushings first.
squeaking noise coming from sleeve covered arm coming from steering column to the wheel
Check the ball joints. If they are dry grease them. If the ball joints are good try looking at the stabilizer bushings and the links. Greasing these will fix the horrible squeaking coming from the front end.
Loose or worn belt.
Vibrations that come through the breaks squeaking can cause the irritating squeaking that we have come to know. The high frequency of the vibrations results in the high pitch squeaking. Alternatively, the squeaking can come from the disc that secures the brakes, when the vehicle is coming to a stop.
Find where the squeek is coming from first. ~HD-RC~
buy new bushings if needed for the rod and tighten the clamps holding the bushings
probably a bad water pump................
maybe the axles need to be check
If your brakes are making a squeaking or a grinding noise when you are coming to a stop this is usually an indicator that your brake pads need to be replaced. Also, another sign that your brakes need to be replaced would be if your brake pedal goes all the way to the floor when pressed and it seems to be taking longer to stop.
te alternaor belt may be slipping causing the squeaking as it returns charge to the battery
You most likely have a belt that is getting ready to break if you are hearing a squeaking noise coming from a Ford F-250. It could also be a shock that needs lubricated.
Could be the belt needs adjusting. While, hopefully, answer 1 is correct, it is also possible that a bearing or other component INSIDE the compressor is worn, and beginning to "gall." Also, that first answer is assuming that the squeaking sound is coming from the compressor, belt, or pulleys. It is also possible that the bushings [bearings] in the BLOWER motor are galling.j3h.
If the noise is a squeaking sound, it could be coming from the bearings in the blower fan. It could also be coming from a worn bushing or bearing in the blower motor.
A squeaking noise coming from the glove box on a 2003 Dodge Ram might be the heater blower fan. Try oiling the fan to see if it will stop. It could also mean that a screw is missing from the dash and the squeaking noise is the dash moving a little in that area.
This squeaking noise is just the body of the car under pressure. It is nothing to worry about.if you are still concerned take it to your local garage at get them to look at it.
probaly a frame bushings ,upper and lower saturate with wd40 it should stop for a while
I have the same problem in my 96 Z28 convertible. I tried replacing shocks & suspension bushes, but the squeaking remains. I think it's the soft top itself.
I have been searching everywhere for just the bushings. It's my understanding from everyone that I have spoke with, even the dealership states you have to buy the whole control arm. Just my luck coming out of pocket $242.
It could be one of the bushings or seals in your steering box making the noise or it could also be as simple as an old or stretched belt under the hood. Have it checked and replaced.
the belt on the engine is loose, so you want to see if you can tighten it or get a new belt . i hope this helps
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Many times the newer non asbestos pads will get dirty or the hardware will and will cause a squeaking sound, also these pads have a piece of metal that will contact the rotor when they are ready to be replaced, the squeak is a reminder to get them changed soon. Either way you should have them looked at.