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welcome! hopefully you'll find all your answers here.

do us a favor and fill out a signature to tell us what you're running (year, engine, mods, etc) so that we can better help you.

now, on to your question. can you describe the squeek a bit better? is it coming from the driveline? tires? rear end? do you have a limited slip differential?

if you've never changed the fluid in the rear, i'd suggest doing that as general maintnance. also, while your doing that. ... inspect the gears and clutches inside to see if there is any problems there. be sure to look at the fluid for any metal shavings.
 

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if you find out its your bushings, switch to urethane. you'll get a little less body roll for the same, if not a little cheaper than from dodge. but, make sure you lube them up well before installing.
 

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RAJ- sounds like it may be the same. but, also, it could be a u-joint. mine was doing the same, and i replaced the u-joint closest to the diff.
 
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