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How do brake proportioning valves work?

The rear brakes are under pressure because of the proportioning valve. Is this true? The rear wheels would lock up if equal braking force were applied to all four wheels. The proportioning valve prevents rear wheel lock-up by letting a portion of the pressure to the rear wheels.

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