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#1 Andybliverpool

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Posted 06 June 2010 - 09:40 PM

Hi All,

I recently bought an x reg Ford Focus Ghia. It has been running well, but I have recently noticed a squeaking noise coming from the front driver side, especially when I turn corners. The car doesn't seem to run any worse. When I bounce the front passenger and driver side car when parked, it makes an annoying squeaking noise.No squeaking coming from the rear when I do the same! Is this something to do with the suspension Bushes? If so, is this an expensive job to replace, a common problem or just something else completely?

Many thanks

Andy

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Posted 07 June 2010 - 10:54 AM

Hi All,

I recently bought an x reg Ford Focus Ghia. It has been running well, but I have recently noticed a squeaking noise coming from the front driver side, especially when I turn corners. The car doesn't seem to run any worse. When I bounce the front passenger and driver side car when parked, it makes an annoying squeaking noise.No squeaking coming from the rear when I do the same! Is this something to do with the suspension Bushes? If so, is this an expensive job to replace, a common problem or just something else completely?

Many thanks

Andy



spray a litte white grease on the bushes and up into the suspension strut top as well and try it then sometimes with our crap weather they just dry out and need some grease on them youll get white grease from many parts shops try get the spray one as it makes the job a bit easier simply squirt the front bushes all the rubber bushes with it and youre done give it a day or two and see if the squeek dissapears


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