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DISTRIBUTION VALVE

The brake distribution valve work as a sort of tap, allowing pressurised fluid to flow to the brake pistons when the brake pedal is active or redirecting the flow towards the reservoir when the brake pedal is inactive.  This is possible through several openings in the valve that are either close or open by a plunger being push in or out inside the valve.

The brake distribution valves are mounted in the actuation box with the master cylinder and the pressure limiting valve. The box is located right below the brake pedal underneath the car protected by an aluminium sheet from dirt.

For cars before chassis number 50,000 (non mineral oil) the brake distribution valves are the following:

- UR19481 for the upper one, available here.

- UR19480 for the lower one, available here.

For cars after chassis number 50,000 onward (mineral oil) the brake distribution valves are the following:

- GMF1278 for the upper one, available here.

                                                                                                                                                                     - GMF1279 for the lower one, available here.

                                                                                                                                                                     For more parts and a detailed diagram on these                                                                                                                                                                             parts you can check here and choose the right                                                                                                                                                                               chassis number range for your model.

All designs provided by Rob Wilde.