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2000 toyota 4runner rear brake locked up, will go back, then neutral will roll little bit, then stuck, now in driveway, can not go anyway, please help!

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You need to remove the rear wheels and the rotor/drums. You will find your problem in the parking brake shoes. You will need to replace these.

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