might be your power steering or something in that nature
would the fan belt on a v8 motor cause squeaking
probably not the tire, but the bearings. misalignment can cause vibrations - making all sorts of squeaks.
A worn belt will cause a squealing noise. The squealing noise is caused when the belt slips. Tightening the belt will temporarily fix the problem.
Check the belts. The most common cause of squealing is a worn or loose belt on the front of the engine.
lack of oil
When refilling the oil some may have dripped onto the belt which would cause it to start slipping badly and squealing loudly.
A loose or glazed "fan belt" is a very common cause of squealing. A quieter squeal is produced by brake linings that are almost worn through.
Sometimes things such as sand will get into your brakes and cause the squeaking noise. In other instances, it might something mechanical beginning to fail. Regardless of the cause, if the noise continues you should see your mechanic!
Vibrations that come through the breaks squeaking can cause the irritating squeaking that we have come to know. The high frequency of the vibrations results in the high pitch squeaking. Alternatively, the squeaking can come from the disc that secures the brakes, when the vehicle is coming to a stop.
Turning the steering wheel farthest left or right for a few seconds will cause a loud squealing.