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Changed the front brakes on 1997 honda accord because rotors were warped. now after abut 15 minutes of driving rotors are extremely hot. could this be a bearing issue?

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Did you cut the rotors or replace them? If you cut them, they are probably too thin. If you replaced them, check their thickness with a micrometer. Rotors will overheat from being too thin.

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