If the squeaking occurs during braking, there are a lot of things professionals do during a routine brake job to prevent that, and there are some things do-it-yourselfers can do to cause that. If the squeaking occurs all the time or when driving over bumps and potholes, it is likely to be suspension-related. Your best bet for that is an inspection at a tire and alignment shop. They will look at ball joints, tie rod ends, control arm bushings, anti-sway bar links, etc. If the noise doesn't occur all the time, you can help them by figuring out how to make it occur so they can duplicate it.
Sunday, June 5th, 2011 AT 7:07 PM