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No, it's not your timing belt. If that one slipped even a little, the car wouldn't run. It can be the regular drive belt though. If they are ols, replace them. If they are relatively new, tighten the ones that are not tight enough.
As far as your ride, I'm suspecting you either have low profile tires and/or the suspension has been lowered. With either of those your soft ride is gone. That's the price you pay for that stuff.
The right front is probably the side where the belts are. I'm sure at least one needs tightening.
The ride, yes your stuck with it. That's the price you pay for messing with the manufacturer's engineering.
The brake lights, look under the dash on the driver's side. There is a switch that the brake pedal rests against when released. It usually has a rubber pad that the switch strike against and that pad wears and falls off. You either have to get another one from the dealer or make something to take it's place.
[quote]Reply to Tech501's Post: Ahh thanks, XXXXX XXXXX sound seems to squeek also when I nudge/push the care left - right (car turned off) it somewhere around the right front, squeeks when I accelereate, but doesn't squeek when I brake, but sqeeks when the car is off and I push it left to right, it's wierd [\quote]
That rules out the belt then. Something is worn and scraping metal to metal in the suspension. It needs to be inspected carefully. I suspect it may have something to do with the lowering process.
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