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Getting brake judder on near side front and the brake disk gets really hot calliper is not seized and slider is fine and pads are good to.The car is a 2003 mazda 6 sport hatchback 2.3

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YOUR DISC MIGHT BE TOO THIN, TRY CHANGING YOUR ROTORS

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