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Q: Squeaking when you hit a bump in the road

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Squeaking in front by the wheels only when I hit a bump

My car has 1682 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: You should check the sway bar bushings and ...

You should check the sway bar bushings and links. You can do so by having someone bounce the car up and down and have the other person feel them by hand. You will be able to feel squeaking part.

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