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Wheel locked on car

After sitting for some months, back right wheel is locked?

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Most likely you have a problem caused by rust or some other corrosion that made it lock. You will need to try prying on the wheel to unlock it or remove the tire and then try removing the brake drum or checking the break pads and disc. This depends on which you have, brake drum or disc. Sometimes it takes a little pounding on the brake drum to free it, just so you don't hit too hard so it dents or bends.

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