Check that the steering column is not obstructed
Could be the dust shield is scraping the rotor causing the noise.
Type of noise - scraping, clicking? Type of vehicle? it's neither scraping or clicking it's kind of like a humming sound vehicle is 99 le Sabre
Check the brakes for worn pads. The pad backer scraping the rotor is the most common cause of this type of noise.
Bearings misassembled, tire nosie, brake noise, noise in axle, noise in transmission, etc.
I had the same issue 2 weeks ago. Happened only when wheel was turned to the left (left turn or driving a curve.) or coasting at low speed. Turns out I needed front brakes. Noise has dissappeared since.
Sometimes not all the time
possibly a bad brake...you should get all brakes done
Effectively, your new brakes need to "break in." Your old brakes, before they started making noise matched your rotors. Any tiny grooves that may have developed, or other abnormalities, matched the pads. Your new brake pads and/or rotors simply need to match up, after a few days you should notice the noise going away. Other causes of this can be brake dust, rust on the rotors, replacing just the pads with really old rotors or improper installation. If your new brakes are making noise, don't worry, but if the noise doesn't go away in at least a week, or if you experience any reduction in braking performance, call your mechanic right away.
Your brake pads may need to be replaced, or your rotors may be "Pitted" and may need to be "Turned"
With rear drum brake:-The brake drum may be out of round or may have a rust spot in it. -The brake drum may be cracked.With rear disc brake:-The brake disc may have extreme lateral runout or be mounted improperly. -The brake disc may be cracked. This would be dangerous-Combination of soft brake pads and a directional finish on the disc surface. A directional finish may go away with use and take the noise with it.Regardless of brake type:A brake disc or drum mounted to a bent hub flange or bent axle shaft can cause this noise.
The high pitched squeal is the built in brake pad warning device telling you the brakes need attention. The grinding noise is what happens when you ignore the squeal warning noise. Have a trusted mechanic service the brakes NOW!