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* Corrected - A brake proportioning valve distributes brake pressure between front and rear brakes. Different valves are in use depending upon the types of brakes and weight distribution of the car. The proportioning valve generally assures that the rear brakes do not "lock" as the car brakes and even more weight is transferred to the front wheels.

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