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When brake pads are replaced and rotors are not turned, as many of us
do, the risk of pad squeal is even greater than if the rotors are
turned. The surface of the rotor can become hardened, and the pads will
then begin to vibrate over the surface. You might well consider
replacing the rotors which, in the scheme of life, are not all that
expensive. Certainly, just changing the rotors is not the whole answer,
but a part of it.It' likely that a caliper problem caused or contributed
to the altering of the surface, if in fact this has happened.