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I hear a squeaky sound coming from the front right side of my car, like when i hit hills or a weight change in the car im not sure what it is. It sounds like an old squeaky ferris wheel that squeaks every time it turns. Do you know what if could be?

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Amanda J. Pierce, MBA Maynard, You may have a shock or strut that is "talking back to you" when you have weight shift. You may be able to spray with a white petroleum. You may also need an inspection to insure they are at peak operating performance.

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