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Squeak Noise 2007 Mustang

Hello All,

New forum guy here, and fairly new Mustang owner. I have a 2007 V6 Mustang. I'm needing some help determining a noise that's driving me crazy. It's as described:

From stand still, goose it, I hear a high pitch squeak from driver front, sometimes driver rear. Over some bumps, not always I hear the same noise. Sometimes while driving (interstate speeds) if wheel is going toward left.

Its a super high pitch squeak, kind of like a squeaky wheel in a hamster stage.

All new brakes, rotors, front wheel hubs replaced, newer tires are on it with new 2012 GT rims. Tried spraying WD40 everywhere with no luck, I don't have a regular mechanic and I'm not in the position to take it to ford. Suggestions?

Thanks All!


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Probably rubber bushings. Don't use wd40. Use silicone spray. Work it into the joints between the rubber and metal.


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