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Old 10-27-2009, 02:48 PM   #1
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leaf springs making squeky noises?

my stock leaf springs are making a load squeky noise. ITs only on the passenger side. Any one no wat is this from and how can i fix it because it is pretty annoying. its a dc 09 short bed 4x4 trd off road
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Old 10-27-2009, 04:18 PM   #4
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It's from your silencer pads being dry/dirty. You can either get the tsb(check out post ten http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...f-springs.html) or you could lube them. If you want to lube them I'll tell you how your you could check the other thread previously mentioned.

Lube them works great. Jason helped me with mine and its soooo much better.
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Old 10-28-2009, 02:39 PM   #5
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would it better better to jack up the car to lube them or can you do it with it just standing normal. Also wats a good brand of lube to use
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You don't absolutly need to lift it it would just make it easier especially on the pad that's furthest to the back becuase if you don't your screwdriver/pryer will be touching the very bottom of the fender. It doesn't seem to make prying them open too much harder not lifted though.
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would it better better to jack up the car to lube them or can you do it with it just standing normal. Also wats a good brand of lube to use

I use dry teflon lube from the hardware store. Works like a charm and doesn't collect dust. Same thing I was recommeded to use on my total chaos ball joints. There's a touch of wax in it so it coats the pieces and doesn't wear off too quickly.
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