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So I've got a squeak that's coming from my passenger side front wheel, It squeaks when I'm driving, squeaks faster as I gas it but then does away after a couple minutes of driving. If I come to a complete stop, it intermittenly comes back. It only squeaks as I'm rolling and goes away when I apply the brakes. I've inspected the pads and they have plenty left. Cv's look fine too. No clicking, leaking, no torn boots...

I have a couple guesses what it may be:
1) sticky brake pistons?
2)Wheel bearing starting to die or need lube? I'm not getting/feeling any shakes however the squeak does go away when I turn...

Any ideas are appreciated!

btw it's a 95.5 and auto lock hubs....
 

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When was the last time you greased your u-joints?

It's something to do with the drive system, making noise while on the gas is a dead giveaway.
 

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If it goes away while you apply the brakes, then it probaly is your brakes. I had a Mitsubishi that did the same thing. Once I went to the car wash and blasted off the brake dust with the wand, it would go away.
 

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Ok, my 2002 tacoma is making the same noise. It mainly does it when I am at constant speed. When I accelerate, it goes away. I am wonderinf if I can lube that front right CV? Did you figure out what it was yet?

BTW I read the thread about it being the driveshaft needing lubing. I found all the zerts and lubed them, it didn't help.
 

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"Whats that funny squeking sound......................YOU COULD'NT HEAR A DUMP TRUCK ROLLING THROUGH A NITRO GLYCERIN PLANT" (Christmas Vacation) first thing I thought of. Sorry to interupt:D
 
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