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Noise coming from brakes so I replaced the brakes and rotors and now I am still getting a noice coming from that direction.

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You did not specify front or back, or whether the noise happens when braking, or changes when braking...But my though is wheel bearings may be your actual issue...

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When you changed the brakes and rotors did you maybe accidently bend the backing plate, or inotherwords, the dust cover around the rotor? that will make a noise like a scrubbing sound. an easy way to check is jack it up and use your jackstands for safety, roll the rotors around two or three times, both sides to insure if it is abent dust cover. hope this helps and thank you for choosing fixya.com

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