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Old 09-01-2013, 06:17 PM   #1
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squeaking between gears

So every time I chabge gears a hear a little squeak on the drivers side. I have no clue whqt it is. Anyone have any idea what it is or same problem?
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My clutch pedal used to squeak. Sprayed it with WD40, now no more squeak.
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is it when you clutch in? or is it when you let off the gas after hard acceleration? if its when you let off, it might be your suspension.
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is it when you clutch in? or is it when you let off the gas after hard acceleration? if its when you let off, it might be your suspension.
Yeah not with clutch. Right after a change gears and I press the gas again it squeaks
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Yeah not with clutch. Right after a change gears and I press the gas again it squeaks
Sounds like a suspension part. Could be the rear lca, when that squeaks the sound direction is misleading.
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Sounds like a suspension part. Could be the rear lca, when that squeaks the sound direction is misleading.
What is ica?
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What is ica?
LCA...stands for lower control arm and is a component of the rear suspension. They are notorious for wearing out and squeaking...loudly. AM has Ford Racing replacements at a very reasonable cost. When mine started to go the squeak was on takeoff or when gassing it after shifting, then after a while it squeaked all of the time.
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LCA...stands for lower control arm and is a component of the rear suspension. They are notorious for wearing out and squeaking...loudly. AM has Ford Racing replacements at a very reasonable cost. When mine started to go the squeak was on takeoff or when gassing it after shifting, then after a while it squeaked all of the time.
Oh I know what those are haha. I had no clue wht an ica was. Im replacing front and rear c.a.'s. The ford racing ones.
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Oh I know what those are haha. I had no clue wht an ica was. Im replacing front and rear c.a.'s. The ford racing ones.
Haha, my fault for not using caps!
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did you get it lowered?
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did you get it lowered?
No, just replaced the ca's.
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sorry I was referring to op
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