I have never heard this sound before, it made the sound whether i used my brakes or not, it only stopped when i turned right. anyone have any idea what this could be?
I had a situation like this many years ago: my 87 Mustang would make squeaking brake disk noises from one of the front wheels when the wheels were very close to straight ahead. When I turned the steering wheel, the noise would sometimes stop. This was eventually diagnosed as a brake disk that was very slightly warped.
Your car is getting older now (full disclosure: my car is the same age) so I'd be thinking about at the disks and the calipers. If you can tell which side it's happening on, that would be a good start. Things you could check:
- Warped rotors (which could cause the brake pad to contact the rotor even with your foot off the pedal).
- Brake caliper not opening all the way (same problem: the pad could still be touching ever so slightly).
- Foreign material (e.g., something got between the pad and the rotor).