What does the front brake limiting valve in some older vehicles do when turned to “slippery”?
It cuts the air supply to the front brakes and increases the pressure in the rear brakes.
It decreases the air pressure to all brakes by half.
It reduces the air pressure in the front brakes to 3/4 that of normal conditions.
It cuts the standard air pressure to the front brakes by half.
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