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Q: Squeaking sound coming from the front of the car when driving slow

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I hear a squeaking sound coming from the front right side of my car when the car is either rolling (without giving gas) and when I press on the gas. it stops once I go over about 35-40mph can you please help me figure this out it's crazy me crazy

My car has 41000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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