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Not being specific on what year make or model of vehicle, i can tell you that most vehicles have a splitter in the rear. However some vehicles with antilock brakes run a line for each side. If in your case you look at the brakes on the left and the right and follow the lines together and see a splitter tying them together. Then that would be what your vehicle has.

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