Question about 2005 Nissan Maxima
The blue gunk, might be grease from a torn axle boot, or a bad wheel bearing. Of course it's hard to know without looking, but I would be concerned of what the "blue" stuff was and where did it come from. If your mechanic replaced the pads and rotors, aside from a caliper problem, everything should be good. Have it looked at to see if anything is on them again.
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