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1987 Honda Accord Rear Wheels Not Running

I have a 1987 honda accord,and my tires on the rear wheels are not running or rolling,what's the problem?
Is it either an axle or tire?

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What do you mean by rolling, is the car
been seating for a sense tell me that u have frozen brakes in the rear, maybe due to frozen emergency brake.

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