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2. The first step was to locate the general area of the air line tray and then cut open the cable ties holding the lid of the tray that houses the air lines.
4. After pulling the hose outside the tray, you can start the repair procedure. First, you need to locate the defect that is causing the leak. Here, you can see that this pinhole in the air line was the culprit. In order to make a clean cut, we used a Craftsman Handi-Cut razor cutter because it will produce a crisp cut without crushing or leaving any frayed edges.

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