#1
so my car squeaks a lot while i'm driving. i can hear it over the radio when i'm driving slow, and if i have the windows open i can usually hear it unless i'm on the highway. i have a feeling that its the bearings on the wheels, i only noticed the front right wheel doing it before i noticed the left one.

so hears my question, and i'm asking for honest help, what can i do to take care of the squeaking? can i just WD-40 it and call it good, or do i have to adjust something?

thanks Pit!
#2
well it could be your brakes if you have disk brakes, but on the other hand im not sure what it is. what i do know is that it annoys the hell outa me when i hear a car doing that.
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#3
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well it could be your brakes if you have disk brakes, but on the other hand im not sure what it is. what i do know is that it annoys the hell outa me when i hear a car doing that.


i was told it might be the breaks. my uncle said that certain cars use breaks that have a "squeaker" and if you hear it, its time for new breaks. does this mean like when a bus stops and it sounds ridiculous? or does it mean the weird crickets squeaking?
#6
hey man.. i bottomed out my car once and the only result *that i thought happened* was a squeaking that started happening about a month after i bottomed out... turned out i messed up the subframe, the alignment, and a ton of other stuff... 1000 dollars later, the squeak was just a bushing rubbing from crumpling the bottom of the car...

get it checked out.. could be minor, or could be major
#7
its pry the brakes but if it is squealing quite a bit of the time it might be the fan belt. hard to tell without hearing it, though.

usually if it is a chirping noise its probably something with the wheels, but if it is like a squeal then its pry a belt.

is it all the time or just when you push the brake pedal?
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#8
it only sqeaks (like a constant cricket chirping) while the tires are moving. sometimes it doesn't, though i only recall observing it after driving in rain or puddles. i doubt its the fan, so i would guess brakes or wheels.

i'm getting an oil change soon anyway, and they always check for stuff so i'll be sure to ask about it.