Since it was brakes and rotors, I assume it was the front brakes. Chances are you either disconnected the wheel speed sensor or it was damaged.
First, check the sensor, wiring, connections and anything that could indicate damage. I attached a pic below of the sensor's location. If nothing is found, continue with the next step.
We have two ways of doing this. First, if you have an upper-level scan tool that can read live data for each sensor, drive the vehicle and see if the signal from the sensors are all the same. If one is lower (slower), that is where the problem is coming from.
If you don't have the scanner, then we need to check each front wheel speed sensor using a multimeter or voltmeter. Follow the directions in the following link. There is a video in it as well to help guide you.
Let me know the results. Also, please feel free to let me know if you have other questions.
See pic below.
Friday, July 2nd, 2021 AT 9:12 PM