CX-9 chirping sound

Hi, i have mazda cx9 2012. For the last few weeks, there is a chirping sound coming from front right wheel. I went to mechanic, he checked everything but could not find the real cause. What i noticed is that the sound is continuous on high speed, not related to bumpy roads. Moreover, when i press brakes, it goes away, as soon as i release brake, the sound starts again. I recently got brake pads changed, but it did not resolve the problem, what else can in brakes? Any idea or experience with this type of issue? Plz have a look at the link below:
 
This is pretty loud and doesn’t sound cyclical. Are you sure it is coming from the wheel ? If it is only at high speed it may be caused by vibrations or by the wind. It is hard to diagnose based on the video only.

If it is as loud as it seems then i would try to have someone outside during a drive by to see if they can hear it from the outside. If they can’t then it may not be the wheel or brakes. Also if you open the window does that sound get louder ?
 
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2021 Acura RDX
Almost sounds like a wind noise to me. Have you checked all of your rubber seals around the windows, doors, and windshield? Just a thought...
 
It's the chock absorber mount going bad and you need to change it, it's a common problem with 1st gen cx-9s. You can test by uncovering it under the hood and spray a generous amount of any lubricant like WD-40 on it, if the sound disappear than it needs to be replaced. Good luck.
 
It's the chock absorber mount going bad and you need to change it, it's a common problem with 1st gen cx-9s. You can test by uncovering it under the hood and spray a generous amount of any lubricant like WD-40 on it, if the sound disappear than it needs to be replaced. Good luck.
Thanks.. will try this. As I understand, you are talking about strut mount which is making this noise?
 
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2007 Mazda CX-9 Touring
That is the exact same noise that i am having. I had posted about this. I have pretty new monroe quick struts on the car. Tultra please let me know if you find a solution to this problem. It is very annoying. It is also on the same side the passenger side.
 
It's the chock absorber mount going bad and you need to change it, it's a common problem with 1st gen cx-9s. You can test by uncovering it under the hood and spray a generous amount of any lubricant like WD-40 on it, if the sound disappear than it needs to be replaced. Good luck.
You are right. I went to mechanic and lubricated shock mount. Surprisingly the noise disappeared. I drive more than 100 km, it was quiet and smooth. Till now i did not replace the mount, but i will once the sound appears again. Thanks wosman.. you are champ..💯💯
 
That is the exact same noise that i am having. I had posted about this. I have pretty new monroe quick struts on the car. Tultra please let me know if you find a solution to this problem. It is very annoying. It is also on the same side the passenger side.

Please check shock absorber mount, as wosman mentioned. Lubrication worked.. good luck
 
You are right. I went to mechanic and lubricated shock mount. Surprisingly the noise disappeared. I drive more than 100 km, it was quiet and smooth. Till now i did not replace the mount, but i will once the sound appears again. Thanks wosman.. you are champ..💯💯
Great 👍
 
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Mazda CX-9 Grand Touring 2016
The strut mount contains a thrust bearing. It carries the weight of that corner of the car while it allows the suspension to turn for cornering. The bearing will eventually fail, or other parts of it may loosen. Yep, change them when you put in new struts.