Place the transmission (Figure 12. 23. (3)) of the disabled launch vehicle in Neutral
Place the TRANSFER CASE shift lever (Figure 12. 23. (4)) of the disabled launch
vehicle in the NEUTRAL position.
launch vehicle in the OFF position.
UNEXPECTED VEHICLE MOVEMENT. IF BRAKES ON DISABLED LAUNCH VEHICLE MUST
BE MANUALLY RELEASED, ENSURE THAT THE WHEELS OF THE DISABLED LAUNCH
VEHICLE ARE CHOCKED PRIOR TO MANUALLY RELEASING THE BRAKES. FAILURE TO
CHOCK WHEELS COULD CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH TO PERSONNEL.
If the engine of the disabled launch vehicle cannot be started, if there is an air leak that
cannot be repaired, or if brakes on axle No. 3, 4 or 5 will not release, then one or all of the
rear axle brake chambers on the disabled launch vehicle will have to be manually released.
Allow the air pressure of the disabled launch vehicle to build to 125 psi (862 kPa) or
manually release the rear brakes.
Install a beacon light on the towing launch vehicle if required.
Turn on the beacon light.
Hookup the disabled launch vehicle to towing vehicle.
UNEXPECTED VEHICLE MOVEMENT. WHEELS ON DISABLED LAUNCH VEHICLE MUST
BE CHOCKED PRIOR TO DISCONNECTING FROM TOWING VEHICLE. FAILURE TO
CHOCK WHEELS ON DISABLED LAUNCH VEHICLE COULD CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR
DEATH TO PERSONNEL.