Q: New rotors

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The rotors and brake pads were changed on the front two wheels only, and now the car cannot go in a straight line. At about 30 mph, It either falls off to the left, or falls off to the right, but it cannot steer straight ahead. The only thing that was done was change the rotors and brakes. I have been told the rotors are either the wrong ones or a clip that is suppose to be on there is not, and this clip makes them seat properly, but because it is not there, the rotors move slightly from centrifugal force as I go faster. Does that sound correct?

My car has 65000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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