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Alot of heat in right front rotor

I have a 2006 gmc 1/2ton ext cab pu my right front rotor is getting really hot!!! no play in bearing brake does not appear to be sticking on ?? 50,000 kms on truck

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Hi, this can be caused by a caliper piston not returning properly,with the truck up in a stand have someone to apply and release the brake while you turn the tire,it should turn free imediatly afther the brake is released , C1

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