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Right front brake seems to be locked up. The rotor is cracked, could that be causing the problem. It also has Automatic Locking Hub - could it be locked up. I tried backing it up, like the manual says to see if it would unlock but it didn't make a difference. Could the caliber need changing?

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A seized up caliper will eventually overheat and may cause the rotor to crack. Try unbolting the caliper, pry it free from the rotor and see if the wheel turns free. If it does, then the caliper is your problem and you will need to replace the rotor and pads along with the caliper.

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