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What dash lights come on? if its the brake or ABS lights that means your brake pads need to be changed, in some brake pads there is a sensor that also has to be replaced if you have gone too far into the rotor.
The noise and the light may or may not be related. The noise may be the wear indicator on the brake pads touching the rotor (they are supposed to do that when brakes are worn) The abs light triggers off a wheel on the axle end. If you have a bad joint on the axle, it could be noisy and causing the wheel to not have the proper clearance to the abs sensor. You really need to take the wheel and brake assembly off and carefully inspect everything. Make sure all abs sensor wires are undamaged...it doesn't have to be at the same wheel that's chirping.
actually it could be something as simple as low on brake fluid. check this and then check to make sure you do not have worn brake pads on the tires this can also set a code when one tire stops quicker than the other
You need break booster what happen is when you tern the car of the vacuum leaks out when you start the car its take time to build the vacuum that's why it does not work at first time then its come back
If You don't notice a stopping problem, brake problem, just reboot system by disconnecting negative terminal on Battery for a minute or two, with key in ignition, radio on engine not running, after the two minutes, connect Battery terminal, do not panic if you notice some sparks wile connecting terminal, make sure is *** turn car key OFF and start engine and see if problem remains, if it remains sensor es defective
When the ABS system fails the brakes revert to standard brakes. The ABS module will not repair this for you.
The master cylinder is not likely to change anything either.
I am assuming that the pedal is full since you didn't say otherwise.
Your problem is most likely the brake booster. pump the brakes several times with the engine off to relieve any built up vacuum. While pressing down on the brake pedal start the engine. If the booster is working properly the pedal will move slightly down then press back against your foot. If it doesn't do this replace the booster.
If this doesn't help reply with more information and I will try to help you out.