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2002-2004 Mustang Steering Squeak Problem Solved

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Publication Date: June 30, 2005

FORD: 2002-2004 Mustang

This article supersedes TSB 04-24-8 to update the Action.


Some 2002-2004 Mustang vehicles may exhibit a squeak or creak type noise when turning.


Replace both power steering gear tube brackets. Refer to Workshop Manual Section 211-02 Steering Gear Mounting. Tighten the steering gear mounting fasteners to 52 lb-ft (70 N-m).

E5DZ-3K620-A | Bracket

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Had the "creaking" and "popping" problems solved today using the Ford Fix and my Trusty Mechanic. Total Cost: $98.00. My mechanic thinks they may have over-torqued things from the factory, as the replacement parts are identical to the original.

I had a front end squeek when I turned my Steering Wheel to the left...Solution:

Grease the Tie Rod Ends. Cost? Free. f
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