Q: Rear right wheel locks after driving 3-4 feet.

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I was leaving my driveway about a week ago, and pulled out in reverse just fine. When I placed the car in drive, I started to pull away, and then my rear right wheel locked up after three or four feet. When I tapped the brake, it would release for a second, but after another three or four feet it would lock up again. In reverse I can go as far as I'd like, but as soon as it's in drive, it locks. What could be the problem? Up till this point, the car has been a dream, zero issues.

My car has 150000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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