The wheel bearing.
I think it is because when you brake and turn at the same time it makes friction and that's what makes the tires squeak.
Because it's a 1994.
If they squeak a little then that's fine, but if they squeak all the time then they might be hurt or feel uncomfortable.
This is almost always caused by worn drive belts. Replace all the belts at the same time. If it has a serpentine belt, then replace it. Be sure and check the idler pulley to make sure the squeak is not coming from the idler pulley itself. Another possibility is a bad alternator, water pump, or power steering pump. Check them all.
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A thin film of rust/corrosion devolops on the brake rotors when the truck sits overnite. This causes minor squeak the first time the brakes are applied when shifting into drive.
The brake pads have a small metal piece which makes he brake squeak. This means it's time to change your brakes. The longer you let it squeak, the more damage it does to you rotor. Still the rotor can be resurfaced or if needed replaced.
Every time you drive
My mechanic says it's the ball joints. The rubber gets old and hard and it begins to squeak like an old mattress. He also said it will go away when it is hotter outside, and come back when it is colder.
(Harmony2k3) If you have the following issues then I would have them checked: (do they squeak every time they are wet? do they squeak at all when they are dry? when you push your brake pedal is it spongy and go to the floor? do you have to pump your brakes? has it been more than a year since you've had brake service?) If you said yes to any or all of those questions then I would have them looked at.
You sort of have to squeak at the same time of talk
Every time I drive out there, I miss the last turn because it's hidden behind those trees