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Sqeeking from the rear of my volvo xc70 awd

The car was left on the driveway with the handbrake on for a couple of weeks ,wonder can i adjust the car is rubbing and holding back when you drive

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Sounds like you got a seized handbrake cable, try removing it and soaking it with penetrating spray, it may be the shoe itself stuck,

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