Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
Unfortunately, a lot of things squeak or squeal once a vehicle gets over so old. every pully, the belts themselves, engine supports when they get old, the brakes when they wear down, suspension joints on the verge of going, etc. try and isolate the squeal with the hood open, first. the first thing you should check is your power steering pump, which is the first thing to squeal when it gets low. look over the drive belt(s) for anything remotely funny looking. if your not sure about the water pump, focus in on that.
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