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Squeaking noise in relation to wheels turning especially at slow speed

(1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500)
in Vernon Hills, IL on July 27, 2010
After truck is driven for short period of time, I can hear a distinctive squeak/chirp noise that seems to be coming from below truck towards rear.My first thought was brake pad wear sensors but was told by shop that installed new brakes that I had plenty of pad left. Sometimes the noise goes away for a short time but it always comes back.The noise is most distinctive at slow speed and only happens when wheels are turning.
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on July 27, 2010
Possibly your center support bearing in the middle of the driveshaft is worn and noisy
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