Rattle sounds like it could be a loose pulley or a bad belt tensioner bearing. Should be easy to find. Take a piece of hose or vacuum line and put one end close to your ear, move the other end around to the various moving parts and listen for the rattle to increase as you get near the bad part. Just watch those moving parts.
You can use a similar trick with something like a rod or screwdriver with your thumb over the upper end and right against your ear to listen to non moving parts (like the bearings in the alternator, power steering pump, camshaft) Or buy a mechanics stethoscope to do the same thing.
The squeak sounds a lot like a brake pad wear indicator. You can hear it squeak as your driving as the caliper moves around and causes it to hit the rotor. When you step on the brake it gets much more pronounced and solid in tone.
Please reply back if you have questions or determine the cause(s) of the noises.
Saturday, December 10th, 2016 AT 6:25 PM