Overheating caliper, rotor, wheel is a sign of sticking caliper. If the caliper is not releasing all the way when the brake is released, the pads will rub against the rotor and that friction will create heat.
Did you have sticking caliper issue before you did the replacement of the parts?
It sounds like you possibly have a brad caliper or hose that is not allowing brake fluid to travel properly. It could just be defective caliper.
Another possibility would be some type of restriction on the metal brake line for that wheel or the ABS module.
You might want to try to bleed the brakes again on that wheel and see if you are getting fluid out properly. Restriction on the line can make the bleeding difficult.
Let me know of any questions.
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Wednesday, May 18th, 2022 AT 6:44 PM