Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: near Gallipolis, OH
Rep Power: 9
Had this happen on a different car and it was due to not greasing the caliper screws. By removing the calipers you've likely changed their position slightly. It could be that that now something, likely the edge of the pad, is now making contact with the rotor. Try removing and reinstalling the calipers again.
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