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And btw I've had it checked out by Vauxhall and the guy who services my car.

Its not the wheel bearing, the discs and pads are fine loads of miles left, and they dont need greasing.

CV joint and boots are fine.
 

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Gah mine does this too! If you travel in a straight line and move the wheel left a bit yeah? Does my bloody head in.
 

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Brakes don't have to be applied to make the squeekey noise, turning the wheel can set it off aswell. Check your pads asap, I had the exact same problem and it turned out I had no pads left and consequently had to replace the discs and the pads at my last service.
 

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Gah mine does this too! If you travel in a straight line and move the wheel left a bit yeah? Does my bloody head in.

yea it does that, which is annoying, then it also does it if the car is just moving along the road normally
 

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Brakes don't have to be applied to make the squeekey noise, turning the wheel can set it off aswell. Check your pads asap, I had the exact same problem and it turned out I had no pads left and consequently had to replace the discs and the pads at my last service.

how does that work then? and how much to replace the pads and disk/s ?

might get a brake disk / pad upgrade then if needed.
 

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does it do it when stationary as well?

I have the same problem when turning left, seems a higher pitched squeek when not moving and a clunk when driving. i'm convinced its the steering rack, a local garage where I had the mot done recently said its down to having huge 16" irmy alloy wheels :lol:
 
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