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Brake adjusting lever .....star wheel...back plate.Your brake shoe(s) are too tight...they need to be loosened ..rotate star wheel from back plate...leave wheel on to adjust.jack rear car., rotate wheel ...adjust star wheel...rotate wheel again till adjustment.

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Need more info---did you have brakes worked on, did it happen all of a sudden???

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