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Both front wheel roters are stuck - 2006 Hyundai Santa Fe

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What do you mean stuck? When I went to replace my rotors the first time on my 2006 I discovered 3 brass flat head screws in the Rotors. I literally had to drill the heads off to get them out. When I went to the parts store for replacements I discovered that these are only put on at the plant so when it is traveling on the assembly line the Rotors do not come flying off. THey are not necessary and do not need to be replaced

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