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Front breaks 2001 hyundai elantra

2001 elantra front brakes are brand new and calipers have no wear and are not warped when turning to right and applying breaks it makes rubbing noise .Any suggestions would be very helpful

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  • Frisco77 Apr 15, 2009

    the rotors on my 2001 elantra wont come off. i took both of the screws out and have been hammering on it for the past half hour. did i miss something?

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Make sure the backing plate is not bent and contacting the rotor.

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