If it's brake related, it could be the new pads are just squeaky? Have you ensured they aren't catching anywhere? What condition are the rotors in? I'm thinking it might be the new pads are either catching/sticking somewhere or are just squeaky pads. Were they name brand or some of the cheaper ones? I have horrible luck with the cheapos squeaking and squealing when damp or dusty and cold
If it's suspension related, have you recently replaced any bushings? Do you have Poly bushings installed? How are your springs(and related parts) and shock tubes, are they getting worn out? Are you getting due to replace bushings on the control arms or track bars?
Those are typically the go to places to find squeaking. If new parts aren't the cause, it's old ones wearing out or need adjusting. Without it being narrowed down a little more, I can't offer much more help than that, sorry..
Best of luck getting it! I'm sure someone here will know it as soon as they read this and let ya know haha
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1998 Chevy Cheyenne K1500, 5.7L Vortec, mostly stock
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