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How to adjust proportioning valve when installed?

I think i might be able to get a screw driver (one of those "L" shaped ones) into the front to adjust it, but which way do i turn it to direct more power to the front brakes?

Right now i lock up the rears pretty easily, i need to get this fixed before the roads get slick!

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