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Squeek in my suspension

Only notice it when going slow... giving gas and letting off or turning. Doesn't do it when vehicle moves up and down like over speed bumps.
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Just a guess, but it sounds like it might be the camber caster plates on top of your front strut mounts,lots of little bearings in them, and the factory plates aren"t the best,good luck and keep us posted.

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Do you have any suspension mods? Can you tell where it's coming from?

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No mods. Can't really tell... almost sounds like it's coming from the transmission area. Just assumed it was the suspension... could be something else :/
Taking it in for scheduled maintenance in a couple weeks.. was just trying to get a heads up.
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Just a guess, but it sounds like it might be the camber caster plates on top of your front strut mounts,lots of little bearings in them, and the factory plates aren"t the best,good luck and keep us posted.
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HOLY SUSPENSION BATMAN !

But seriously, there are BEARINGS in there?

Would the Koni's / Bilsteins be better than factory ?

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It sounds like a shock/strut issue to me, but if you're going to change those out, most people get new strut mounts as well. I bought my stang with 30k miles on it and tolerated the squeek for about 5k miles. I finally have everything I need to install my Koni STR.T and Sportlines next weekend

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