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Rear wheel locked on 2000 honda accord.

I left my 2000 honda accord in the driveway for a week. When I returned the driver side rear wheel will not turn. Any suggestions?

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Hi .. may be e brake lock up . try move the car forward and backward may help it not u to ck caliper ,cable,

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