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The problem you describe is coming from your suspension .if your having fuel problems and your car is puttering or surging this will cause bad suspension to sound very noisy and make a lot of different shake and rattles
the squeaking sounds like a wheel bearing going bad. And the pulling to one side is cause by unequal braking pressure caused by plugged rubber brake hose, bad calipers or wheel cylinders. Check the bearings by lifting the car with a jack, block the wheels, and use a jack stand for safety. now wiggle the tire around. If it has any play, the bearing is bad. Replace it. I would replace your brakes as well. Good luck
Hello, my name is Ben. Since the brake fluid reservoir is located outside of the cabin area and mounted with a flexible coupling, I doubt that is the culprit of your rattle. What kind of repair was done on your truck? That info might help me to determine the source of the rattle.
Warped rotors will always shake when on the brakes. You say sometimes, so I would look into tires out of round or out of balance. Also, take a good look for any loose front end parts or excessive play.
If you had front disc brakes changed recently, then more than liklely someone forgot to put your anti rattle clip in with the installation. if you can stand the rattle it's not life threatning. if no brake job recently, then open the hood and look for something loose that would be rattling.