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Jamed brake Hi i have a 1997 toyota camry, i have not used the car for couple of months today when i tried to move the car seems the rear wheels wont move. i thinks its brake related issue, can some body specify what is the quick solutions, so at least i can drive the car to a workshop. And what should i look for longterm solution for this problem. Thanks

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Try emergecy brake release if wont release you might have to drive it till it unlock or get somebody to unattache it

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The prop/valve is located near the rear of the car and is inbetween the front brakes and the rear brakes.It's job is to adjust the braking force between the front and rear wheels.If only one person is in the car,you get more braking force at the front wheels.If you have 4 people in the car and the boot is full of luggage,you will get more brake force directed to the rear brakes.What it prevents is the car from spinning out from a rear wheel lockup.
It will be located by looking at the rear suspension.A smallish metal rod will connect the suspension to the chassis of the car and it will be hooked up with the brake lines.As weight is loaded to the rear suspension,the rod will slightly move a small lever on the prop/valve.This is where you will see the adjustment.
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You did not mention working on the rear brakes, so I must assume that the rear brakes are still original equipment. Perhaps the grinding noise is coming from the rear.

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