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Q: Rear wheel not turning

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The car has been parked for a while. The rear driver's side wheel is not turning. I think it might be a fused brake.

If your rear parking brakes were on when you parked the car then it’s possible that the parking brake cable or the brake shoes are seized to the brake drum. I recommend having a certified mechanic come and diagnose the brakes for you to see if the cable is seized and if the brake system needs repairs.

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