How difficult should it be to rotate the front wheels on a front-wheel drive car when the car is in neutral of course and the front is elevated? I have a brake problem with the rear right wheel and just to check the other wheels I jacked each one up. Left-rear wheel rotates freely, but both front wheels are very, very difficult to rotate. They will turn but it takes a lot of effort. Two supposedly mechanically-savvy friends of mine have opposite opinions: One says that there should be resistance with the front wheels because they are the drive wheels. The other says the front wheels should rotate freely without resistance since the car is in neutral; since they don't rotate freely, he thinks there is a frozen caliper issue with the front wheels or that there is something wrong with the brake lines. Any mechanics in here knowledgeable about this kind of thing? Thanks!