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I put new break roters and pads on my 2001 cadillac develle and now the rear is making noise i pulled the left rear off and looked and only about half of the in side pad was showing signs of making contact with the rotor what is this telling me?

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Pad should not contact rotor at all, less brake is on.
reset pad and keeper

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