Sounds like a brake wear indicator. If it changes while braking then it is. Recommend a brake inspection.
probably not the tire, but the bearings. misalignment can cause vibrations - making all sorts of squeaks.
Possibly a bad wheel bearing.
It may be the fan belt.
Most likely the front squeaking while turning is a brake issue. If this is the case and it is left uncorrected, you could be looking at a very expensive brake job.
try the belt No I have same problem with my 03 1500 hemi..so far I have changed the belt and the tenssion pully, but still have the squeaking noise and when I turn off engin I can hear that squeaking.
check tension on fan belt(s)
Its the bushings on your suspension, It will cost $200 dollars to replace at a shop.
Could be,A loose fitting hubcap. The front brake pads are worn down to the "squealer". A worn CV joint in an axle (front wheel drive). A front wheel bearing going bad.
When only the back windows are down, they make a thumping sound because of the air tightness of the car's cabin. Roll down a front window slightly and this will go away.
If it sounds like it's from one of the front wheels, you may have a worn out CV joint.
The drive belt may be slipping or going bad.
A ball joint going bad.
The anti squeal shims might not be fitted behind the brake pads or may need some coppergrease. The front discs could be rubbing against the backing plates. There could be something traapped there, a build up of scale on the disc or the plate might have been bent somehow. Also check the front wheel bearings for wear.
If you are texting in front of them yes.
The loud static radio sound while driving is usually caused by an interruption in service. It usually happens when you drive through a tunnel or a remote countryside.
IF it is Turbo charged then that would be the turbo.
a police siren!!
In a "Quiet" Hospital Zone.
get front tires balanced
There can be a slight humming noise while driving a neon. This sound could come purely from the engine to indicate that it is running.
Jammed brakes...get them opened up and cleaned if the cars ben idle for a while...or could be the CV joints,try regreasing them
Something is wrong. Take them apart and see what happened and why. Possibly one of the metal shims slipped out of place during the install. Don't keep driving knowing something isn't right with the brakes.
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Yes, the shaft is still connected to the front tires through the front differential, so it will turn while driving.