Noise Turning Steering wheel on 2000 Ford Taurus

Steering wheel squeals when cold. Goes away after it warms up during the day

by in Mcdonough, GA on February 17, 2011
1 answer 3 comments
ANSWER by on February 17, 2011
Are you saying the wheel squeaks inside the car, or that something in the steering is squeaking?
COMMENT by on February 17, 2011
Only when I go to make a turn and its cold, this is inside the car. Nothing happening with the steering.
COMMENT by on February 18, 2011
You could have a dry steering shaft bushing. It may need lubed. The trim could also be causing the noise...only you can really tell the source of the noise and whether its deeply down the column or near the wheel itself.
COMMENT by on February 19, 2011
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