Q: Loud squeak in tire when driving

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I have a loud squeal or squeak sound coming from my front driver side tire. I replaced the brake pads and rotors on both sides on the front. My caliper is not seized, at least I don't believe so because my rotor spins easily with both sides jacked up. The squeak gets louder as my tire spins faster and I accelerate. What is left that could be causing that noise?

My car has 145552 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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