Part identification

Asked by Jun 14, 2017 at 09:49 PM about the 2002 Chevrolet S-10 4 Dr LS 4WD Crew Cab SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My truck sounds like a creaking bed when I drive. I
finally found the part making the noise. I attached a

11 Answers


No pic.

Can you see it now



Is it easy to repair? The noise is driving me insane


Sway bar end link bushings. An easy repair you can do yourself with a few hand tools. Just remove and replace both sides.

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Your truck has oil all over everything. You need to find and fix the leak.


Your CV Axle boots are torn, grease flying out of the boots.


I think the leak is the owner spraying lubricant on bushings in an effort to quiet and or find the squeak.

Yea I sprayed wd-40 to try and help. It was completely dry prior


If you are going to try and lube it, use some high-temp grease. Usually its red stuff and you can get a small tub of it at walmart for $4. Grease the areas under it as a temporary fix. Driving in the rain will probably wear it out but that should keep it under wraps until you replace the part


I would replace the sway bar end links and lubricate with a silicone spray.

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