4-39. AIR LINES AND FITTINGS REPLACEMENT (Con't).
b. REPLACEMENT OF BRAKE INTERLOCK ASSEMBLY AIR LINES
Ensure that air lines (4) do not rub against each other or any other surface
when installed. Relocate or provide support, as required. If air lines rub, a
leak may develop, resulting in brake lockup and possible serious injury or
death to personnel.
For information on replacement of brake interlock valves and fittings,
All male threads of fittings should be coated with antiseize tape if not
already factory-coated with an antiseize compound.
If replacing more than one air line (4). tag for installation.
Replace any leaking or damaged air lines (4).
Use caution when removing or installing air lines (4) at clips (2). Clips
should be lifted gently and only enough to release air lines. When secur-
ing air lines under clips, a soft-faced hammer should be used to tap clips
back into place. Improper handling of clips will cause them to break.
If two or more consecutive clips (2) are missing or damaged, air lines (4)
will not be adequately supported. Damage to air lines may result.
If two or more consecutive clips (2) are damaged or missing, notify direct support mainte-