Check your fan belt to see if its worn or cracked. replace it.
it could be the breaks, or the shock could be hitting against the wheel
There is afew things that can make it squeal like the belt is worn and old or power steering fluid low or pump going out.
squeal is a lose belt or one of the accessory will need to be replaced soon
Your alternator is bad.
I actually was suprised my grand prix was squealing and it was the alternator. I got it replaced and it has stopped.
check the wheel bearing
They squeal when they are scared!
Here's a sentence with squeal as a verb: "The child will squeal when he opens his Christmas present." Here's a sentence with squeal as a noun: "The child's squeal was deafening as he opened his Christmas present." Let me hear you squeal like a pig.
they squeal when they're happy🐖its soooooo cute!!!
That could be the brake pad "squealers". They are designed to squeal when they are worn out. Time for a brake job.
I jumped when I heard the pig squeal. There is nothing in the world quite like a four year old girl's squeal of delight. The rambunctious teenager made his tires squeal.
Automatic transmission fluid does not squeal. You have a different problem. Brakes squeal, bearings squeal, and belts squeal. Fluids do not squeal. You had better take your vehicle to a mechanic.
Most animals that squeal usually squeal when the are attacked. These animals are pigs, tapirs, and lots of others.
whenever tires loose traction enough they will make a squeal
all hamsters squeal if they r scared.
squeal of fortune
Most likely it is a belt on your car. Usually the squeeling is from a loose belt while idling and will also make noises while driving.
time for brakes,hurry that metal on metal makes my ears hurt.
I'd check the throttle cable or the kickdown cable. That squeal you heard in the engine compartment might have been a cable breaking.
I assume you replaced the pads also. Some metallic pads have a tendency to squeal. Replace them with a non metallic pad. Usually a cheap pad will not squeal but will not last as long. You may also want to try applying some anti squeal paste to the back side of the pads and metal to metal contact points.
It could be the brake pad "squealers". Many brake pads come with a device that will squeal when the pads are worn down and ready for replacement.
Sounds like alternator is going bad even though it still may still hold a charge