Make sure your brake pad tabs are properly bent to secure them in the caliper assembly. Try resting your foot on the brake when you are coming up to an area you know the car squeaks. If there is no squeaks - then your tabs need to be bent further (snug) - so the brake pads don't move.
My car started doing these shortly after I installed springs. I have been putting WD-40 on everything. I think I have narrowed it down to the lower control arm bushing or the top of the shock where the nut, bushing, washer...etc meet. Give that a try and let me know what happens.
When I installed MadMav's Bilsteins, his car began to squeak when you would push down on the bumper. Loooooong story short, I thightened the top of the driver's side shock a bit more, and no more squeak!
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