While riding in back of truck this week-end, I noticed a high pitch squealing sound coming from tires…or at least that area. All brakes seem good. What could be causing squealing noise? Occurs often but not all the time.
Possible worn wheel bearing.
In your other post you said the brakes ‘seemed’ new. True?
If they are not, then it’s possible the brake pad wear indicator (metal tab) is rubbing on the rotor and needs attention.
Tires can make all kinds of noises but I have never heard them squeal. Whine, perhaps.
Are the tires new old/ Mileage on them? Excessive wear patterns?
Another possibility is dried up u-joints. When they get worn and dried out they often make a rotational squeaking noise.