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was it by any chance on a chrysler or ford? because in my experience of brakes, chryslers and fords rotors glaze very easily. and this is probably what youve got, and if its a chrysler, the newer ones not brand new but newer models had brake pads without the chamfer on the edges and if they did, they were minimal, so they didnt dissapate heat very well, that, combined with non vented rotors, and every chrysler was coming in with glazed pads and rotors.
 

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point being, take your wheel off, if the rotors are glazed (rough with lines) turn them or replace them, then if your pads are still good, sand the center down, then chamfer the edges, and you should be good to go (Y)
 
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