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Squeaking noise?!?!?!

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by failytaco77, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. Jan 29, 2011 at 7:15 AM

    failytaco77 [OP] Active Member

    Dec 15, 2010
    10 prerunner
    So for the past few days every time i hop in my truck or set something heavier in the bed or just push on the rear bumper a pretty loud squeaking noise comes the right rear wheel area. Today i noticed it getting worse, inching up my driveway and going thru a drive thru starting then stoppin you can now hear the squeaking from the drivers seat.
    Any ideas what this might be???
    Thanks.. :confused::confused::confused:
  2. Mar 5, 2015 at 6:34 PM

    hamburglar Swollen Member

    Apr 2, 2012
    Taco Supreme
    Odyssey PC1700 AGM battery,battery bracket, battery quick disconnect, rear diff breather, K&N intake, Allpro rear bumper w corners, All Pro IFS skid, Transmission skid, transfer case armor, IPCW projector headlight housings, 6000k HID low beams, DTRL inline switch (stealth mode), Fog lights any time, Low beams on w highs(HID projector low + seperate H1 reflector for hi), air compressor, 2.5 gallon air tank mounted in rear fender/bumper, train horns (4x), console vault, aftermarket stereo w bluetooth handsfree & mic mount, 400W anytime, wall outlet 110v mounted in back of center console, +6 bed tie downs(6 total on bed floor and 2 near rear of tail light on wall, weather tech floor mats (front), maglight mount, a little derp, toyota roof rack, matte black rattle can wheels, leaf spring squeak fix w rubber strips, custom dents and scratches.
    Way old thread...but I bet the sound was your leaf springs w dirt/sand in between. I fixed my squeak w tire intertube and some gorilla glue on one side and placed between leaves w truck jacked up. A crow bar is usefull for fully spreading them too.

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