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92 Camry New rotor, brakes Rotor still getting torn up by brakes.

I have a 92 camry and the rotor was eaten up at the top. I replaced the rotor and brakes and it was still happening. Replaced caliper and it it still happening. Plenty of clearence on rims to caliper. Happens more when I try and turn. I did recently replace the axle and I had to pry a little to get the lower ball joint back on. Do you think I need a new lower ball joint? Is there something that is making the brakes grind against the rotor at a weird angle causing it to wear down a ton while turning?

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  • Brian Anderson Jun 22, 2009

    I found the problem. The person who was working on this with me forgot to tighten the axle nut. I torqued it down and it was cool.

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You need to check for any looseness in the wheel that this is occuring, since you haven't mentioned which one. Did you tighten the axle nut enough? Is the caliper brake not twisted so as to not tighten when turning. The calper bracket may be out of line.

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