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Most commonly, that sound would be coming from your brakes. Have you had them checked or replaced recently?
Brakes will squeal if they get worn down too far and require brake pad replacement. Sometimes they will squeal in perfectly harmless condition such as when they get wet, which should clear up quickly as they dry, or if they experience too much vibration. New brake will also sometimes come with either gaskets, metal clips, or a sort of anti-vibration grease or putty to reduce squealing from harmless vibration.
In any case, I would recomend having somebody knowledgable (or service center) check the brake pads for wear and replace if neccessary.
On more rare occassions, the squealing could be coming from other sources such as being in need of chassis lubrication, axle grease, and so forth. Most more serious mechanical wear or failure would sound more like a grinding noise.
Posted on Oct 15, 2013
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