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I need to know the facts on the proportioningvalves

I need to know the facts on the proportioning valves in thoes can u send me a link

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The proportioning valve varies the pressure to each wheel, usually the back wheels, because more of your braking is done with the front wheels, than the rear wheels. So the proportioning valve restricts the pressure from the master cylinder, to the rear wheels.

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