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Unhappy help with pads pleaseeee

hi all and thanks in advance for helping

i have a 3.8l mustang 2003 pony model i believe base one
the problem is my brakes are stuck on it will move but gets very hot i believe the pad are wrong or there are plates on them that i did take off and they are spinning freely now so question is
do you have to take off the plates or are they wrong
i have a part number if anyone can find out from a dealer or know a site that i can find out

p-number smxd804 7675mo8 or could be 08 as was not clear
can put chassis number on if anyone can find out for me ,as i'm in the uk the local ford does not have any details

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It sounds like either a frozen caliper or bad slider pins.......


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Only similar part number that I could find was the Wagner severe duty brake pad set from Advance Auto Parts: part number SX804...

Wagner lists their pads as part number MX804 for the front and QC627 for the rear. And the rest of the manufacturer's I found had part numbers ending with "804" for the fronts and "627" for the rears. So it seems like your front are OK, but I'd check the rears.

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Do you see excessive brake dust ? Does it happen only one wheel ? I had a issue once where I could easily notice excessive brake dust on one of the front wheels and also that the brake pads on that wheel were much thinner. It turned out to be a stuck slider pin.

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turned out to be last maniac put two lots of anti squeal plates on it or there very bad quality pads ,but once i took them off the wheels are spinning freely
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