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Hey guys, since ive posted my car up for sale, ive been MIA...Havn't been driving her much cuz it's up for sale and i dont wanna put any miles on her...any hoot...i have an issue...I recently changed my pads and chaved my rotors...ever since then...when im coming to a complete stop at like a light or something...there is like a clunkin sound coming from the front left wheel...sounds as if the rotor is scraping against the pad at a certain point in the rotation...i dont know if i explained that well...plezzz help...
 

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Did you check it out visually?
 

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Yes...nothing there...cleaned pads and rotors...
 

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Sounds like a bad rotor turning job to me. Have a mechanic check the runout of the rotor with a dial indicator. If it's bad you should be able to notice it by eye.
 

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I had something similar to me in a previous vehicle. It turned out to be a loose caliper bolt(actually fell out). Check to make sure everything is snug.
 
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