Question about Mazda 323
The only thing likely to generate heat in the front whell hub is the brake disk, if this is not a result of driving habit (accelerating and braking hard) then you probably have a caliper binding slightly.
A quick way to establish this is if the car drifts to one side if you let go of the steering wheeel on a straight road or it pulls to one side when braking. If it is a binding caliper it is quite easily remedied by taking off the calipers and cleaning and greasing the slides.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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