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2002 Mustang GT Squeeky steering? Also clutch making noise?

I have a 2002 Mustang GT with about 113,000 miles on it and a couple months ago started noticing a squeeking noise on the outside of the car when turning the steering wheel. I have no idea what is causing the noise. Everything drives and feels fine and cant be heard inside the car unless the windows are down. Any ideas what it could be and what it would run me to have it fixed? Also, around the time i noticed the squeeky steering my clutch started makin a strang noise whenever push it in, it doesnt make it when i let it out just when i push it in and it almost just sounds like somethin needs to be lubed up but idk. Again, i dont notice any difference in driving with either the steering or the clutch but both are just making annoying noises id like to have fixed. Any ideas? Thanks

2002 black Mustang GT
*Sumitomo P315/35ZR17 back tires
*Sumitomo P275/40ZR17 front tires
*Short throw shifter
*Flowmaster Exhaust
*MAC fenderwell CAI
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i got the same problem man

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