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Why would the front end of a 1996 Dodge ram 1500 4WD make a squeaking noise while turning left or right?

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2004-12-12 13:19:10
2004-12-12 13:19:10

Most likely the front squeaking while turning is a brake issue. If this is the case and it is left uncorrected, you could be looking at a very expensive brake job.

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