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Does it stop when you apply the brakes? If so I may be of some help because I have the same problem. I have a 96 Honda wagon and I took it to Midas (they have a free 51 point brake inspection and give you an estimate of how much they would charge to fix any problems they find) What they told when I asked them what caused that noise (also on left turns)that it was my brakes were wearing unevenly and the squeak, squeak squeak sound came from a "tab" that is there to make that noise to alert you of when your brakes or rotors or pads are wearing thin or uneven or...(as a warning your brakes need service)There is supposed to be a way to snap it off I think it is located on or in the right rear wheel hub area if that makes any sense. I think you have to take off the tire to get to it. It gets worse...so irritating. (but they wanted $800 for my problem) So hope this helps.
I bought the car 4 months ago and I don't have a manual nor knowledge regarding adding of fluids. Everything seemed to be at the proper levels until I recently discovered a white plastic container for brake fluid mounted under the hood on the driver side. (I thought there was only one) I am having concerns regarding an intermittent buzzing noise that started about 10 days ago and has been increasingly worse and I believe it is coming from that area. The ABS has never worked and I am in the process of saving the money to fix it Does it relate to the fact this box I discovered is empty?