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Wheels chirp when turning

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I have a 2003 chevy s10 zr2. I recently replaced most of my front suspension components excluding the shocks. My front wheels have a negative camber that I can't seem to get rid of. Just yesterday I snapped my pitman arm and replaced it. But now whenever I turn, the front wheels make a chirping sound as if they are losing traction. Truck is 4x4 but it's been in 2wd. Granted the front tires are worn horribly now because of the camber but I wouldn't expect this to cause such problems. Any help to point me in the right direction is greatly appreciated!
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New tires then alignment...
Are you sure the indicator isn't just saying it's in 2wd? What your describing sounds a lot like driving in 4wd on dry pavement. It can't hurt to put it up on jack stand and put it in drive and see if all four start moving.
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