2000 Honda Accord SE bad squeaking noise from front end.. Replaced swaybar bushings all way around still happening

Asked by May 18, 2016 at 12:48 AM about the 2000 Honda Accord Special Edition

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Tie rod ends?

I know very little about cars lol... I had sway bar bushings replaced and was told rest of front end was tight. This problem was happening before and continued after the inital work was done. Reckon it could be the inner or outer tie rod ends

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They also may have just replaced the end bushings or the middle bushing on the sway bar and not all of them.

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It could also be the upper or lower control arm bushings. Most dealers will not replace any bushings when they are squeaking if they are not worn out, because they do not consider an annoying squeak to be a mechanical breakdown or problem. You could bet they would if it was their own car though!

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