Q: Rear tire not moving.

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One of the rear tires is locked and is not moving. The other three tires work fine.

If your vehicle is equipped with rear disc brakes, you may have a seized brake caliper. If you have rear drums, a frozen parking brake cable or failed return spring could be the cause. A trained technician will be able to inspect and repair your vehicle. I suggest contacting a certified mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, since our team makes house calls.

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