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The drivers front rim gets hot after driving and it doesn't coast

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The brake caliper (piston) is probably stuck...sometimes caused by a brake down in the brake line connected to the rotor...not a bad replacement...when you remove the caliper...you can confirm this as the rotor should then turn freely...if it does not, the wheel bearing is bad...Hope this helps.

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