The brake pad "squealers" are telling you to have the brakes checked.
Could be the power steering pump.
sounds like your back breaks are wore you use them the most when you are backing up.
in VW's when you have the breaks adjusted out too far they tend to grab when reversing. There is an auto adjuster in the rear drum to keep your rear brakes adjusting. If the brakes are worn out they will "hang up" after reverse and cause squeeling.
yes but only when there in extreme rage, you should put the mouse or mice back in it's habitat or cage after if at all it hisses.
A loud "squeal" or "screech" - also known as "feedback noise" - is usually only generated if there is an audio input device for an amplifier, for example a microphone, that is being used too close to an audio output device for the same amplifier, for example a speaker.
they usually squeal really loud or they do a chirping noise.(chirping noise is very rare. my guinea pig only did it once. that was when she first met my dog)
I believe your 4-Runner has an option of either rear drum or rear disc brakes. If the squeal is coming from the rear and you have rear drum brakes, have them cleaned and adjusted. If the squeal comes from the front, a shim may have slipped off of one of the brake pads and is scraping on the hat of the rotor.
When a 1993 Oldsmobile Cutlass makes a loud, moaning noise in reverse it is possible that the reverse gear in the transmission is getting ready to go out. The braking system should be looked at too, because of the vibration.
only if you shift into reverse some carts make the loud beeper to let people know they are backing up
squeal is a lose belt or one of the accessory will need to be replaced soon
No they are quiet animals and will freeze still. If threatened they will show their claws and hiss. Only babies squeal to call mom for help.
These creatures are very vocal. They will squeal at all kinds of things. It will not be a bad thing if it squeals like this if you know there is nothing wrong with it.