Background: My fiancee drives a 2002 Toyota Camry and the steering wheel squeaks or squawks kinda like a cat every time she turns the wheel more than 120-150 degrees. I finally got fed up with it, read a little on the Interwebs, dissassembled the steering column, realized the sound wasn't coming from behind the steering column, reassembled the steering column, located the origin of the sound, attacked it viciously with WD-40 and smiled after achieving success.
I know this is a pretty straightforward instructable but I know it will help someone, so here it is :-)
Step 1: Parts
1 Toyota Camry (or other car with squeaking steering wheel)
1 Can of WD-40