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Hi all, just found this forum and seeing if anyone can give me some advice on my problem.

I have a completely stock 05 corolla (mom's car / daily beater), which recently the brake pads were run way to low and ate the driver side rotor. I replaced the rotor, and pads on both front wheels. Now there is no noise from the break pads, or when I break / slow down to a stop, but when I get to about 15mph+ there is a constant squeak that sounds like it is happening at the same exact spot in the wheel rotation every time. It get's faster as your speed increases. Now, I took it apart and can find nothing to cause this. Is there anything in specific I should be looking for?

Any help is appreciated. I have done break jobs on plenty of my other cars and never had this happen before, I'm at a loss.
 

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take the pad retaining clips out of the caliper bracket and wire brush underneath them or check the rotor backing plate and make sure it was not pulled in during the brake job
 
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