Take a can of silicone lubricant and hit s few spots to see if it goes away. The sway bar bushings, torsion bar dog bones, sway bar end links, torsion bar sockets.
Usually it is the torsion bar sockets that need to be lubed. Spray grease , superlube, or fluid film work pretty well.
Now that all said check the idler are, pitman arm, tierod ball joints, and a-arm ball joints. Any of those can make noise and are items that are notorious for wearing out.
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