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2007 Sienna rear wheel stuck dont think it's the hand brake

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Not sure why this is in a Husqvarna post... but anyway, regarding the 2007 Toyota Sienna I assume you're talking about:
You probably have a stuck brake caliper. They're easy to change, just search YouTube for a video, and look at this link:
http://www.ehow.com/how_5805469_tell-need-new-brake-calipers.html

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