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CHAPTER 1 — GENERAL INFORMATION

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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GENERAL INFORMATION

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Scope of the Manual

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Illustrated Parts Breakdown and Associated Documents

 

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Illustrated Parts Breakdown and Associated Documents

Supplemental Documents

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1-4

Illustrated Parts Breakdown and Associated Documents

Customer Feedback

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1-5

Use of the Manual

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1-6

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1-10

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1-13

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1-17

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1-18

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1-19

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Use of the Manual — Document Structure

 

Use of the Manual — Revision Status and List of Effective Pages

 

Use of the Manual — Figure Layout

 

Figure Layout — Index Number

 

Figure Layout — Part Number

 

Figure Layout — Item Name

 

Figure Layout — Unit Per Assembly

 

Figure Layout — Availability Codes

 

Figure Layout — Usable-On-Code

 

Figure Layout — Effectivity

 

Figure Layout — Pre and Post Alert Service Bulletin (ASB)/Technical Bulletin (TB)/Installation Instruction (II)

 

Figure Layout — Stacked Index Numbers

 

Figure Layout — Parts Relationship

 

Use of the Manual — Alphabetical Numerical Index

 

Use of the Manual — Reference Designator Index

 

Use of the Manual — Finding Parts

 

Handling of Customer Orders

 

Ordering Instructions

 

Notes on Torrington Bearings

 

Abbreviations and Acronyms

 

FIGURES

 

Figure

Page

 

Number

Title

Number

 

1-1

Finding Parts — Part Number (P/N) is Known (Example)

9

1-2

10

1-3

11

 

Finding Parts — Part Number (P/N) is Not Known (Example)

 

Finding Parts — Reference Designator (REF DES) is Known (Example)

 

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BHT-412-IPB-1

GENERAL INFORMATION

SCOPE OF THE MANUAL WARNING
SCOPE OF THE MANUAL
WARNING

ALL SPARE AND REPLACEMENT PARTS DATA PUBLISHED BY BELL HELICOPTER TEXTRON (BHT) ARE BASED ON THE SOLE USE OF BHT APPROVED PARTS. IF PARTS DEVELOPED OR APPROVED BY PARTIES OTHER THAN BHT ARE USED, THEN THE DATA PUBLISHED OR OTHERWISE SUPPLIED BY BHT ARE NOT APPLICABLE. THE USER IS WARNED NOT TO RELY ON BHT DATA FOR PARTS NOT APPROVED BY BHT. ALL APPLICABLE SPARE AND REPLACEMENT PARTS MUST BE OBTAINED FROM THE SUPPLIER OF THOSE PARTS. BHT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR PARTS OTHER THAN THOSE WHICH IT HAS ITSELF DEVELOPED OR APPROVED.

NOTE

through 36087) and 412SP S/N 34001 through 34024 (same as 412SP S/N 33108 through subsequent and 36001 through 36019) and must be used in conjunction with publication NB-412-IPB for specific Indonesian parts. Copies of this manual may be obtained from:

PT DIRGANTARA INDONESIA (Indonesian Aerospace – IAe) Jl. Pajajaran No. 154 Bandung 40174, Indonesia E-mail: aircraft@indonesian-aerospace.com

1-2.

ILLUSTRATED PARTS BREAKDOWN AND ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTS

CAUTION
CAUTION

DO NOT USE THE ILLUSTRATED PARTS BREAKDOWN AS A CONFIGURATION CONTROL DOCUMENT OR AS A MAINTENANCE MANUAL. ITS SOLE PURPOSE IS FOR THE IDENTIFICATION AND ORDERING OF SPARES.

An electronic copy of this manual is also available via the Electronic Commercial

     

NOTE

   

Technical Publications Web site at www.bellhelicopter.net.

For identification of the special tools used for maintenance, repair, or restoration of the parts and components helicopters refer

NOTE

to the BHT-SPECTOOL-IPB.

The terms and conditions of sale of Bell Helicopter Textron (BHT) support items are reflected in the introductory section of the current BHT spare parts price list.

The Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB) is not intended to provide information regarding maintenance, repair, or restoration of parts other than identification, issuance, or requisition of these parts. Therefore, the

This manual is the Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB) for Model 412/412EP helicopters. The manual

IPB should always be used as a supplement to the following Model 412 helicopter publications:

identifies all detail parts, components, and assemblies that comprise, and are required for, the support of the

Maintenance Manual (BHT-412-MM)

 

helicopter.

Component Repair and Overhaul Manual

NOTE

 

(BHT-412-CR&O)

     

This publication also covers Indonesian Model 412HP S/N 34025 through subsequent (same as 412HP S/N 36021

Links to these publications are available via the Electronic Commercial Technical Publications Web site at www.bellhelicopter.net.

 

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1-3.

ILLUSTRATED PARTS BREAKDOWN AND

modified

Air

Transport

Association

(ATA)

chapter

ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTS — SUPPLEMENTAL DOCUMENTS

system.

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Technical Bulletins (TB) and Alert Service Bulletins

     

NOTE

 

(ASB) are published when necessary. These

 

A list of all the chapters contained in this

documents supplement the Illustrated Parts

 

manual is also provided at the beginning of

Breakdown (IPB) and provide data for identification,

 

the IPB (page i/ii).

issuance, or requisition of selected parts, components, or assemblies. When a bulletin affects the IPB, it is incorporated in the manual at the next available

The IPB contains 26 chapters and each of these uses the same numbering as in the Maintenance Manual

CHAPTER

TITLE

opportunity. Refer to the bulletin record (page BR) for

(BHT-412-MM) and the Component Repair and

 

Overhaul Manual (BHT-412-CR&O) to help with

the list of bulletins that have been incorporated in the manual.

Temporary Revisions (TR) are published when necessary. TRs supersede the content of the IPB on the applicable page range. Refer to the temporary revision record (page TR) for a list of active temporary revisions against the manual.

cross-references between manuals. The chapters of the IPB are as follows:

                   

Chapter 1

 

General Information

1-4.

ILLUSTRATED PARTS BREAKDOWN AND ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTS —

 

Chapter 8

 

Weight and Balance

 

CUSTOMER FEEDBACK

 

Chapter 9

 

Wheel Assembly, Ground

Bell Helicopter Textron (BHT) strives to provide you,

     

Handling

the customer, accurate and straightforward manuals.

 

Chapter 10

Parking and Mooring

Sometimes, we may make mistakes. If you find any mistakes, we would appreciate it if you told us. Your

 

Chapter 11

Placards and Markings

observation, suggestion, or complaint will be

 

Chapter 21

Heating, Air Conditioning, and

acknowledged.

     

Ventilation

For your convenience, we have included a Customer

 

Chapter 25

Equipment and Furnishings

Feedback form at the beginning of the Illustrated Parts

 

Chapter 26

   

Breakdown (IPB). You can send it by fax or mail it to

 

Fire Protection/Loose

us. When you tell us about a mistake that is found in

     

Equipment

the IPB, please be as specific as possible. Your help to

 

Chapter 28

Fuel Supply Systems

make sure that this publication is correct is very much appreciated.

 

Chapter 29

Hydraulic System

1-5.

USE OF THE MANUAL

     

Chapter 30

Ice and Rain Protection

                   

Chapter 32

Landing Gear

 

The information provided in the Illustrated Parts

         

Breakdown (IPB) and those modified either by Alert

 

Chapter 52

Doors and Windows

Service Bulletins (ASB) issued by Bell Helicopter

 

Chapter 53

Fuselage

 

Textron (BHT), or by Airworthiness Directives (AD)

   

issued by the local Aviation Authority, shall be

 

Chapter 62

Main Rotor

 

followed.

 

Chapter 63

Main Rotor Drive System

1-6.

USE OF THE MANUAL — STRUCTURE

DOCUMENT

 

Chapter 64

Tail Rotor

 
                   

Chapter 65

Tail Rotor Drive System

The breakdown of the helicopter into systems within

         

the Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB) is done under a

 

Chapter 67

Flight Control System

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CHAPTER

TITLE

1-8.

USE

OF

THE

MANUAL

FIGURE

LAYOUT

 
 

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Chapter 71

 

Power Plant System

     

The figures contained in Chapter 8 through Chapter 99

 
 

Chapter 76

 

Engine Controls

       

consist of illustration page(s) and text page(s).

 
 

Chapter 79

 

Engine Oil System

     

Illustration pages are in exploded form and arranged in a manner to depict the relationship of the parts listed

 
 

Chapter 95

 

Instruments

         

on the text page. Guidelines are used to further clarify this relationship.

 
 

Chapter 96

 

Electrical System

                 
 

Chapter 97

 

Avionics

         

The figure numbering uses a combination of the chapter number followed by a sequence number,

 
 

Chapter 99

 

Kits

         

starting at 1 (e.g., Figure 64-3). The figure number is

 

A Table of Contents (TOC) is provided at the beginning

shown at the bottom of the illustration page and at the top of the text page.

 

of every chapter of the IPB. Except in Chapter 1, each

           

TOC reflects the breakdown of the chapter into one or more figures.

1-9.

Figure Layout — Index Number

   

The TOC also provides Chapter/Section numbers (e.g., 64-99-00), which identify the chapter associated

The numbers appearing in column (1) of each text page link the text to the illustration. The index number provides a cross-reference from the part number

 

with the figure (e.g., Chapter 64), the type of manual

appearing on the text page to the illustrated view of the part or component on the accompanying illustration.

 

(99 being the default number for the IPB), and the section, if any (00 being the default number if the chapter is not broken down into sections).

When one figure depicts both left-hand and right-hand (LH/RH) assemblies or parts, the LH configuration is illustrated, unless otherwise specified.

 
     

NOTE

                     
 

In the Alphabetical Numerical Index, page numbers are preceded by Part Number.

 

When both the LH and RH assemblies are identical the quantity listed is for both LH and RH. The quantity for the detail parts only includes those needed for one assembly.

 

In the Reference Designator Index, page numbers are preceded by Ref. Des.

Throughout the manual, the page numbering uses a sequence number, starting at 1 at the beginning of each chapter.

Part numbers that are shown on the text page without index numbers are items that are not procurable, such as an installation, but the detail parts listed below them are procurable. These parts may be purchased if they are ordered in accordance with the instructions of

 
                 

paragraph 1-23.

 

The paragraph numbering in Chapter 1 uses a

     

combination of the chapter number followed by a

1-10.

Figure Layout — Part Number

   

sequence number, starting at 1 (e.g., paragraph 1-6).

           

1-7.

USE OF THE MANUAL — REVISION STATUS AND LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES

Synthetic part numbers will not be reflected in the IPB manual. Example P/N 205-050-174-034S will be given as P/N 205-050-174-034, P/N

 

The revision status of the manual is provided in the log of revisions at the beginning of the Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB) (page A) and on the title page of the manual. The log of pages (starting on page A) provides the revision status of every page in the manual.

205-032-669-125B will be given as P/N 205-032-669-125. These are parts that are configured differently than the original part. When ordering spare parts, include only the part number that is identified in the IPB manual. All part numbers identified as -1 or -001, -3 or -003, etc., are always the same parts. Leading zeros in the last dash numbers may be omitted.

 

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BHT-412-IPB-1 Four different types of part numbers may be found in column (2) of the text

Four different types of part numbers may be found in column (2) of the text pages, as follows:

 

Bell Helicopter Textron (BHT) part numbers (e.g., 412-030-245-107)

Military Standard part numbers; these start with AN, M, MS, or NAS.

Vendor part numbers; these have no particular type and are listed as defined by the manufacturer

Standard BHT part numbers (e.g., 120-079-10-6)

1-11.

Figure Layout — Item Name

The nomenclature of the part is identified in column (3) as defined in Engineering and Industry Standard.

Indentations – The indentation system shows the relationship of one part to another. For a given item, the number of indentures depicts the relationship of the item to the associated next higher assembly, as follows:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Assembly . Detail part for assembly Subassembly Detail parts for subassembly

Similar Assemblies – When similar assemblies are broken down, any peculiarities are noted by adding a note in the column with the term USABLE ON followed by the serial number and part number of the Next Higher Assembly (NHA) for that part.

Alternate Parts – When the use of alternate parts is permitted, the part number of the acceptable alternate is shown immediately after the preferred part with the same indenture level. The alternate part is separated from the preferred part by the words alternate part or parts.

Special Notations – The word NOTE and the reference number pertaining to that note will follow the nomenclature of items that require special attention. An example would be parts that must be replaced in matched sets.

Replaced By – This phrase is used in the description of a part number that has been superseded by an improved part. Assets of the original part should be used until depletion.

Replaces – This phrase is used in the description of the improved part. This part is one way interchangeable and should only be used when assets or the original part has been depleted.

1-12.

Figure Layout — Unit Per Assembly

Column (4) indicates the quantity of the item required for one assembly only. When parts are shown as attaching two or more items, the quantity of these parts are those necessary to attach only one of the items. The abbreviation REF indicates that the quantity required will be found on the figure reference in the nomenclature or that the information is for reference purposes only.

1-13.

Figure Layout — Availability Codes

NOTE

Availability codes may have been revised since this publication has been printed. Please contact your supply center or the Bell Helicopter Spares Administration Center at (817) 280-2551, or by email:

vista@bellhelicopter.textron.com.

NOTE

Not all operators have access to CO-OP.

Column (5) provides the availability code, which denote the procurability of parts. To help identify if a part is procurable an alphabetical code is used, which is designed to match stock codes in CO-OP.

Alphabetical Availability Codes – The alphabetical availability code is based on the stock class and stock status code shown in CO-OP. Some part numbers will not have availability codes because they are Installation parts, not listed in CO-OP or are indexed for customer convenience.

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A table has been added to the last page of each figure

that contains an abbreviated definition of the codes. An expanded definition follows:

1-16.

Figure Layout — Pre and Post Alert Service Bulletin (ASB)/Technical Bulletin (TB)/Installation Instruction (II)

P

– Procurable part

The word PRE followed by the ASB/II/TB number

(e.g., PRE ASB 412-96-89) will follow the

 

Stock class is non-stock.

nomenclature of items that have been replaced by the bulletin or instruction. The word POST followed by the

     

ASB/II/TB number (POST ASB 412-96-89) will follow

 

Stock status is active or inactive.

the nomenclature of items that are needed to

NP – Non Procurable part.

incorporate the requirements of the bulletin or instruction.

 

Stock class is non-stock.

1-17.

Figure Layout — Stacked Index Numbers

 

Stock status is obsolete.

Index numbers are stacked on two occasions, they are as follows:

 

Part number is an installation drawing, which

1.

When

items

can

easily

be

identified

on

the

   

is not listed in CO-OP.

illustration and an exploded view is not needed.

 
 

Part number can be a Next Higher Assembly

2.

When there are two or more identical items

   

(NHA), which is not procurable but its detail parts are, or the opposite.

broken down, one of the items will be in an exploded view showing all the details indexed and the other items will have the index numbers stacked.

SP – Normal Stock/Procurable.

                 
     

1-18.

Figure Layout — Parts Relationship

 

1-14.

 

Figure Layout — Usable-On-Code

                 

The Usable-On-Code (UOC) in column (6) is not used

Each part on the text page of the Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB) is indented to indicate relationship. Each part is indented to the right of its next higher

in

the Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB) of the Model

412 helicopter.

assembly. When the details of an assembly are shown on a different figure, the nomenclature of the assembly is followed by the notation SEE FIG. XX-XX FOR

1-15.

Figure Layout — Effectivity

Unlimited – When a part is effective on all helicopters identified in a figure, the Serial Number (S/N) is not

BREAKDOWN. If an assembly is broken down in more than one figure the notation SEE FIG. XX-XX FOR BALANCE OF BREAKDOWN will be shown.

used.

1-19.

USE OF THE MANUAL — ALPHABETICAL NUMERICAL INDEX

Limited – When a part is effective only on certain helicopters identified in a figure, the S/N is used.

The Alphabetical Numerical Index, also called lndex of

Replaced Part – If the part has a limited effectivity, it will have a S/N that covers only that effectivity.

Part Numbers, is located at the end of the Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB), before the Reference Designator Index.

           

NOTE

       

Replaces Part – The replacing part number will contain the S/N that covers the effectivity of the

 

Supplements have their own index located

 

replaced part and replacement part combined. If the

 

at the end of the applicable document

 

combined effectivity of the original and replacement

 

(Chapter 99).

 

part numbers include all serial numbers that pertain to the applicable model block covered in the figure, no

This index lists in alpha-numerical order all the part

effectivity will be listed.

numbers found in Chapter 8 through Chapter 97.

 

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BHT-412-IPB-1 Cross-references are made to the applicable chapter, figure, item (index number), and reference designator

Cross-references are made to the applicable chapter, figure, item (index number), and reference designator in the IPB.

1-20.

USE OF THE MANUAL — REFERENCE DESIGNATOR INDEX

The Reference Designator Index, also called Index of Reference Designators, is located at the end of the Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB), after the Alphabetical Numerical Index.

b. In the Table of Contents (TOC) of the chapter,

determine the figure in which the part might be shown.

c. On the illustration page of the figure, locate

the part.

d. On the illustration page of the figure, note the

index number against the part.

e. On the text page of the figure, locate the item

in the Index Number column.

           

NOTE

 

3.

When the reference designator is known, find a

               

part as follows (Figure 1-3):

       
 

Supplements have their own index located at the end of the applicable document

             
 

(Chapter 99).

a.

Locate

the

reference

designator

in

the

               

Reference Designator Index (paragraph 1-20).

 
 

This index lists in alpha-numerical order all the

             
 

b.

Note the chapter number, figure number, and

 

reference designators found in Chapter 8 through Chapter 97.

item number against the reference designator.

   

c.

In the Table of Contents (TOC) of the chapter,

 

Cross-references are made to the applicable chapter, figure, item (index number), and part number in the IPB.

find the applicable figure.

       
                 

d.

On the text page of the figure, locate the item

 

1-21.

 

USE OF THE MANUAL — FINDING PARTS

in the Index Number column.

     
 

1.

When the part number is known, find a part as

1-22.

HANDLING OF CUSTOMER ORDERS

 

follows (Figure 1-1):

                   
               

All orders for parts will be filled in the shortest possible

 

a.

Locate the part number in the Alphabetical

time, with orders of any emergency nature given

 

Numerical Index (paragraph 1-19).

   
 

b.

Note the chapter number, figure number, and

special attention. Items not stocked will be placed on back order and the customer will be notified of the shipment date.

 

item number against the part number.

 
 

c.

In the Table of Contents (TOC) of the chapter,

The method of transportation on shipments will be as

 

find the applicable figure.

 

assigned by the customer. When no such designation is made, method of transportation will be by most expeditious means, at the discretion of Bell Helicopter Textron (BHT).

 

d.

On the text page of the figure, locate the item

             
 

in the Index Number column.

 

Parts are shipped on open account to all customers

 

2.

When the part number is not known, find a part as

with an approved credit rating with BHT. All other orders are shipped Collect On Delivery (COD).

 

follows (Figure 1-2):

                   

a. In the List of Chapters (page i/ii), determine

the chapter in which that part is most likely to appear.

When shipping charges are prepaid, as on parcel post, the amount of the charges will be added to the customer invoice.

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INDEX - PART NUMBERS — IPB
PART NUMBER
CHAPTER,
REFERENCE
PART NUMBER
CHAPTER,
REFERENCE
FIGURE &
DESIGNATION
FIGURE &
DESIGNATION
ITEM
ITEM
67
-
09
-
179
206-062-200-141
71
-
06
-
1
8010MG1,
8010MG2
200SGL1040
71
-
05
-
7
206-062-200-143
206-062-200-143
71
-
71
05
-
-
05
1
8010MG1,
1 8010MG1
204-040-227-001
63
-
05
-
18
8010MG2
204-040-389-001
63
-
05
-
19
206-070-469-105
10
-
02
-
6
204-040-391-001
63
-
05
-
17
206-073-172-001
21
-
02
-
5
204-040-424-105
63
-
11
-
67
206-073-173-001
21
-
02
-
6
204-040-506-003
65
-
05
-
78
206-073-913-001
21
-
02
-
7
3040B1
204-040-760-105
63
-
05
-
13
21
-
02
-
8
3040B2
204-040-760-109
63
-
05
-
13
206-076-030-123
29
-
01
-
9
204-060-031-009
79
-
05
-
8
1
206-076-030-125
29
-
01
-
10
204-076-285-001
63
-
21
-
3
206-076-047-101
63
-
19
-
11
204-076-286-001
63
-
21
-
4
206-076-049-001
63
-
21
-
49
204-076-287-001
63
-
21
-
19
206-076-377-001
63
-
05
-
48
204-076-290-003
63
-
21
-
47
206-076-407-001
63
-
21
-
26
204-076-290-007
63
-
21
-
47
206-076-408-001
63
-
21
-
37
204-076-290-103
63
-
21
-
47
206-076-408-101
63
-
21
-
37
204-076-325-001
63
-
21
-
41
206-076-409-001
63
-
21
-
31
204-076-325-003
63
-
21
-
44
206-076-410-001
63
-
21
-
38
204-076-326-001
63
-
21
-
42
206-076-411-001
63
-
21
-
46
204-0 76-336-001
11
-
02
-
33
206-076-412-001
63
-
21
-
32
63
-
19
-
5
206-076-412-101
63
-
21
-
32
204-076-435-001
63
-
21
-
45
206-076-413-101
63
-
21
-
18
63
-
21
-
206-076-416-001
63
-
21
-
27
204-076-435-101
63
-
21
-
45
206-076-417-001
63
-
21
-
22
205-076-365-001
29
-
05
-
5
206-076-418-001
63
-
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Starter Generator Installation
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429-060-101-103
ENGINE ASSY, LH (SEE FIG. 71-2 FOR NHA) (SEE FIG. 71-3, 71-9,
71-13 FOR BALANCE OF BREAKDOWN)
REF
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ENGINE ASSY, RH (SEE FIG. 71-2 FOR NHA) (SEE FIG. 71-3, 71-9,
REF
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71-13 FOR BALANCE OF BREAKDOWN)
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NOTE 1: SEE FIG. 71-6 FOR 200 AMP STARTER GENERATOR KIT
Figure 71-5.
Starter Generator Installation
21-008C12-5
53
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71-99-00
3
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AVAIL CODE
DEFINITION
BUY BELL PARTS, BUY BELL VALUE
ECCN EAR99
P
Procurable
NP
Non Procurable
SP
Normal Stock/Procurable
Please see Chapter 1 for additional information on availability
codes as well as general use of the Illustrated Parts
Breakdown manual.
2
71-99-00
ECCN EAR99
19 JUN 2009
Page 25
FOR BEST VALUE, BUY GENUINE BELL PARTS

WHEN THE PART NUMBER IS KNOWN

1.

When the part number is known, refer to the Index of Part Numbers - IPB. Find the part number and

 

make a note of the chapter, figure, and item number specified to the part number.

2.

Turn to the chapter and figure number specified. Find the item number referenced in the index of

 
 

Part Numbers - IPB.

 

3. If a representation of the part or its location is necessary, refer to the same item number on the adjacent illustration.

Figure 1-1.

Finding Parts — Part Number (P/N) is Known (Example)

429_IPB_01_0001

 

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BHT-412-IPB-1

BHT-412-IPB-1 HOW TO USE THE ILLUSTRATED PARTS BREAKDOWN BHT-429-IPB BHT-429-IPB CHAPTER 71 — POWER PLANT CONTENTS

HOW TO USE THE ILLUSTRATED PARTS BREAKDOWN

BHT-429-IPB BHT-429-IPB CHAPTER 71 — POWER PLANT CONTENTS — ILLUSTRATED PARTS BREAKDOWN Figure Chapter/Section
BHT-429-IPB
BHT-429-IPB
CHAPTER 71 — POWER PLANT
CONTENTS — ILLUSTRATED PARTS BREAKDOWN
Figure
Chapter/Section
Page
Number
Number
Number
71-1
71-99-00
2
71-2
Powerplant Installation
Engine Installation
Engine Assembly
Mount Installation, Engine
Starter Generator Installation
200 AMP Starter Generator Kit
Intake Installation, Starter Generator
Ignition Boxes Installation, Engine
Tailpipe Installation
Ejector and Strut Installation
Engine Fuel Drain Installation
Breather Installation, Oil
Compressor Wash Kit
Roof Drain Line Installation
Kit Installation, Inlet Barrier Filter (BHT-429-II-9)
71-99-00
8
71-3
71-99-00
16
71-4
71-99-00
71-5
71-99-00
24 18
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71-6
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71-12
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71-13
71-99-00
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71-14
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71-15
71-99-00
54
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(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
A
UNIT
V
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INDEX
PART NUMBER
ITEM NAME
PER
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ASSY
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Figure 71-5
Figure 71-5.
Starter Generator Installation
429-060-101-103
REF
429-060-101-105
ENGINE ASSY, LH (SEE FIG. 71-2 FOR NHA) (SEE FIG. 71-3, 71-9,
71-13 FOR BALANCE OF BREAKDOWN)
ENGINE ASSY, RH (SEE FIG. 71-2 FOR NHA) (SEE FIG. 71-3, 71-9,
REF
71-13 FOR BALANCE OF BREAKDOWN)
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NOTE 1: SEE FIG. 71-6 FOR 200 AMP STARTER GENERATOR KIT
Figure 71-5.
Starter Generator Installation
(BHT-429-II-10)
71-99-00
71-99-00
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DEFINITION
BUY BELL PARTS, BUY BELL VALUE
19 JUN 2009
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P
Procurable
FOR BEST VALUE, BUY GENUINE BELL PARTS
NP
Non Procurable
SP
Normal Stock/Procurable
Please see Chapter 1 for additional information on availability
codes as well as general use of the Illustrated Parts
Breakdown manual.
3
71-99-00
ECCN EAR99
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FOR BEST VALUE, BUY GENUINE BELL PARTS

WHEN THE PART NUMBER IS NOT KNOWN

1. Specify the function and application of the part required. Turn to the Contents - IPB and pick the most applicable title. Make a note of the illustration page number.

2. Turn to the page specified and find the necessary part on the illustration.

3. From the illustration, get the item number identified to the part that is necessary. Refer to the adjacent description for the specific information of the part.

Figure 1-2.

Finding Parts — Part Number (P/N) is Not Known (Example)

429_IPB_01_0002

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BHT-412-IPB-1 HOW TO USE THE REFERENCE DESIGNATOR INDEX BHT-429-IPB BHT-429-IPB (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

BHT-412-IPB-1

HOW TO USE THE REFERENCE DESIGNATOR INDEX

BHT-429-IPB BHT-429-IPB (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) A UNIT V U INDEX PART NUMBER
BHT-429-IPB
BHT-429-IPB
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
A
UNIT
V
U
INDEX
PART NUMBER
ITEM NAME
PER
A
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NUMBER
ASSY
I
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Figure 71-5
Figure 71-5.
Starter Generator Installation
429-060-101-103
REF
429-060-101-105
ENGINE ASSY, LH (SEE FIG. 71-2 FOR NHA) (SEE FIG. 71-3, 71-9,
71-13 FOR BALANCE OF BREAKDOWN)
ENGINE ASSY, RH (SEE FIG. 71-2 FOR NHA) (SEE FIG. 71-3, 71-9,
REF
1 1
206-062-200-143
71-13 FOR BALANCE OF BREAKDOWN)
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NOTE 1: SEE FIG. 71-6 FOR 200 AMP STARTER GENERATOR KIT
(BHT-429-II-10)
AVAIL CODE
DEFINITION
P
Procurable
NP
Non Procurable
SP
Normal Stock/Procurable
Please see Chapter 1 for additional information on availability
as general use of the Illustrated Parts
BHT-429-IPB
Breakdown manual.
INDEX - REFERENCE DESIGNATORS — IPB
REFERENCE
CHAPTER,
PART NUMBER
REFERENCE
CHAPTER,
PART NUMBER
DESIGNATION
FIGURE &
DESIGNATION
FIGURE &
ITEM
ITEM
6540B3P1
67
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20
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55
D38999/26JD19SN
7320MT1
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05
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1
222-375-077-125
6540B5
67
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18
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10
429-001-065-109
7320S1
95
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07
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16
32520-006
67
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19
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15
418-00876-350
96
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04
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15
32520-006
67
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19
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429-001-065-109
7320S2
95
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07
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16
32520-006
6540B5P1
67
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18
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11
MS3476W14-19S
96
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04
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15
32520-006
6540B6
67
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18
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9
429-001-065-107
7320S3
95
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07
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11
M5594/6-1E
67
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19
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6
418-00876-450
96
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04
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3
M5594/6-1E
67
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19
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429-001-065-107
7320S4
95
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07
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17
32520-007
6540B6P1
67
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18
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11
MS3476W14-19S
96
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04
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18
32520-007
1
6540B7
67
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18
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10
429-001-065-109
7320S9
79
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05
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3
222-060-096-107
67
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19
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15
418-00876-350
7320XK3
96
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1004
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62
SLDE205B11A1
67
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19
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429-001-065-109
96
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4A
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62
SLDE205B11A1
6540B7P1
67
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18
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15
MS3476W14-19S
7320XK5
96
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1004
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63 SLDE205B11A1
6540B8
67
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18
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9
429-001-065-107
96
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4A
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63
SLDE205B11A1
67
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19
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6
418-00876-450
7330J1
96
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07
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357
D38999/20JE35SN
67
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19
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429-001-065-107
7330J1CP1
96
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07
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358
319H111XN17
6540B8P1
67
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18
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15
MS3476W14-19S
7330J1CP4
96
-
07
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359
M85049/93-08
6540B9
67
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34
-
5
429-001-065-111
7330J1CP5
96
-
07
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360
20-108-1
Figure 71-5.
Starter Generator Installation
67
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35
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8
418-00876-450
7330J2
96
-
07
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384
D38999/20JD35SN
67
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35
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429-001-065-111
7330J2CP1
96
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07
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385
319H111XN15
71-99-00
1
6540B9P1
67
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6
MS3476W14-19S
7330J2CP4
96
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07
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M85049/93-06
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MS3476W14-19S
7330J2CP5
96
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07
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20-108-1
6540CB3
96
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08
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5
MS26574-2
8010CB3
96
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08
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7
MS26574-7-1/2
71-99-00
BUY BELL PARTS, BUY BELL VALUE
6540CB4
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08
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5
MS26574-2
8010CB4
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08
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MS26574-7-1/2
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6540K1
96
- 1004
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6
ES210EGMD
8010CB5
96
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34
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5
MS26574-5
FOR BEST VALUE, BUY GENUINE BELL PARTS
96
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6
ES210EGMD
8010CB6
96
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34
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5
MS26574-5
6540K2
96
- 1004
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34
ES210EGMD
8010E1P1
71
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08
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25
MS3459W12S-3S
96
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4A
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34
ES210EGMD
8010E2P1
71
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08
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25
MS3459W12S-3S
6540S1
95
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07
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28
32520-004
8010MG1
8010MG1
71
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05
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1
206-062-200-143
96
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04
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41
32520-004
71
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06
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1
206-062-200-141
6540S2
95
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07
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27
32520-003
8010MG2
71
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05
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1
206-062-200-143
96
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04
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39
32520-003
71
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06
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1
206-062-200-141
6540S8
96
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07
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71
JV-20
8010S1
95
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07
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15
27ET51-T2
6540XK2
96
- 1004
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61
SLDE210B11A1
96
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04
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13
27ET51-T2
96
-
4A
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61
SLDE210B11A1
8010S2
96
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34
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2
32520-015
6560CD3P1
96
- 1001
-
107
MS27473T8B98S
8010S2P1
96
-
33
-
14
25687-001
1
6560G1P1
96
-
07
-
326
D38999/26JA35SN
8010S3
96
-
34
-
1
32520-014
6560G1P1CP1
96
-
07
-
327
319H111XN09
8010S3P1
96
-
33
-
8
25687-001
6560G1P1CP4
96
-
07
-
328
M85049/93-04
J1
26
-
02
-
2
30903962-1
6560G1P1CP5
96
-
07
-
329
20-108-1
26
-
03
-
2
30903962-1
6560J3
96
-
07
-
361
D38999/20JC35SN
J2
26
-
02
-
3
30903963-1
6560J3CP1
96
-
07
-
362
319H111XN13
26
-
03
-
3
30903963-1
6560J3CP4
96
-
07
-
363
M85049/93-06
6560J3CP5
96
-
07
-
364
20-108-1
7160A1P1
96
-
34
-
13
D38999/26JA35SN
7160A2P1
96
-
34
-
13
D38999/26JA35SN
7160T1P1
96
-
34
-
12
D38999/26JA35SA
7160T2P1
96
-
34
-
12
D38999/26JA35SA
7320CB3
96
-
08
-
36
MS26574-2
7320CM1P1
76
-
02
-
17
D38999/26JH53SN
96
- 1005
-
180
D38999/26JH53SN
7320CM1P2
76
-
02
-
18
D38999/26JH53SA
96
- 1005
-
94
D38999/26JH53SA
7320CM2P1
76
-
02
-
23
D38999/26JH53SN
96
- 1005
-
188
D38999/26JH53SN
7320CM2P2
76
-
02
-
24
D38999/26JH53SA
96
- 1005
-
37
D38999/26JH53SA
7320K3
96
- 1004
-
32
ES205EGMD
96
-
4A
-
32
ES205EGMD
7320K5
96
- 1004
-
30
ES205EGMD
96
-
4A
-
30
ES205EGMD
ECCN EAR99
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Ref Des. 7
FOR BEST VALUE, BUY GENUINE BELL PARTS
F

WHEN THE REFERENCE DESIGNATOR IS KNOWN

1.

When the reference designator is known, refer to the index of Reference Designators - IPB. Find the

 

reference designator and make a note of the chapter, figure, and index numbers and part number specified.

2.

Turn to the chapter and figure number identified. Find the index number reference in the index of

 
 

Reference Designators - IPB.

 

3. If a pictorial representation of the part or its location is necessary, refer to the same index number on the adjacent illustration.

Figure 1-3.

429_IPB_01_0003

Finding Parts — Reference Designator (REF DES) is Known (Example)

 

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1-24. BHT-412-IPB-1 1-23. ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS WARNING DO NOT USE PARTS ON COMMERCIAL HELICOPTERS THAT HAVE

1-24.

BHT-412-IPB-1 1-23. ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS WARNING
BHT-412-IPB-1
1-23.
ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING

DO NOT USE PARTS ON COMMERCIAL HELICOPTERS THAT HAVE BEEN PREVIOUSLY USED ON MILITARY HELICOPTERS. PARTS MAY BE INSTALLED AS ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT ON BOTH MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL HELICOPTERS. THESE PARTS MAY HAVE A LOWER RETIREMENT LIFE AND/OR TIME BETWEEN OVERHAUL (TBO) WHEN USED ON MILITARY HELICOPTERS. ALSO CIRCUMSTANCES SURROUNDING THEIR USE MAY CALL FOR OPERATION OF MILITARY HELICOPTERS OUTSIDE OF THE APPROVED MILITARY FLIGHT ENVELOPE.

Order parts by part number and nomenclature as shown in the Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB). Do not order by nomenclature alone.

When ordering parts, provide the model and Serial Number (S/N) of the helicopter on the order to ensure shipment of the correct part. Clearly state the shipping address and any other pertinent information.

When ordering parts not manufactured by Bell Helicopter Textron (BHT), provide the name of the manufacturer on the order and any other information that appears on the old part.

Orders for spare parts, unless otherwise directed by BHT, should be addressed to the following:

Bell Helicopter Textron Inc.

P.O. Box 482 Fort Worth, TX 76101 USA

BHT reserves the right to supply substitute parts, interchangeable with the part ordered wherein design changes, later specifications, conditions of supply, or product improvement make said substitution necessary.

NOTES ON TORRINGTON BEARINGS

Bearings referred to in this Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB) by Torrington's name, vendor code, and/or commercial catalogue part number were manufactured by Torrington as catalogue bearings and were not specifically manufactured by Torrington for use in helicopter applications.

These bearings have been approved by Bell Helicopter Textron (BHT) to BHT design requirements for the specified helicopter applications.

The helicopter applications for these bearings have not been approved, authorized, or endorsed by Torrington.

1-25.

ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS

Abbreviations

and

acronyms

used

throughout

the

Illustrated

Parts

Breakdown

(IPB)

are

defined

as

follows:

4PDT

Four Pole Double Throw

 

AC

Alternating Current

 

ACP

Audio Control Panel

AD

Airworthiness Directive

 

ADAHRS

Air Data and Attitude/Heading Reference System

ADC

Air Data Computer

 

ADF

Automatic Direction Finder

 

ADI

Attitude Direction Indicator

ADIU

Aircraft Data Interface Unit

ADMM

Aircraft Data Memory Module

ADS

Air Data System

 

AEO

All Engines Operative

 

A/F

Airframe

AF

Automatic Fixed

 

AFCS

Automatic Flight Control System

 

AGL

Above Ground Level

AL

Aluminium

 

ALT

Altimeter

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BHT-412-IPB-1 AMLCD — Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Display AMP — Ampere AOG —

BHT-412-IPB-1

AMLCD

Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Display

AMP

Ampere

AOG

— Aircraft-On-Ground

ASB

Alert Service Bulletin

ASSY

Assembly

ATA

Air Transport Association

ATC

Air Traffic Control

ATCRBS

Air Traffic Control Radar Beacon System

AUX. or Aux.

Auxiliary

AVAIL

Availability

BAT

Battery

BHT

Bell Helicopter Textron

BIT

Built-In Test

BKR

Breaker

BL

Butt Line

BLHD

Bulkhead

BNC

Bayonet Neill-Concelman

BND

Bonded

bps

Bits per Second

BRG

Bearing

BRKT

Bracket

BS

Boom Station

BT

Butt Line

°C

Degrees Celsius

CAS

Crew Alerting System

CB

Circuit Breaker

CD

Compact Disc

CD-ROM

Compact Disc Read Only Memory

CF

Centrifugal Force

CFM

Cubic Feet per Minute

CG

Center of Gravity

CHFD

Course Heading Flight Director

C L

Center Line

CLP

Collective Lever Position

cm

Centimeter

COD

Collect On Delivery

COM

Communication

COMPT

Compartment

CONT or

Continuation

Cont

CPU

Central Processing Unit

CR&O

Component Repair & Overhaul Manual

CTR

Center

CYL

Cylinder

DC

Direct Current

DEG

Degree

DG

Directional Gyro

DH

Decision Height

DIA. or Dia.

Diameter

Dim.

Dimension

DISC

Disconnect

DISTR

Distribution

DME

Distance Measuring Equipment

DMITS

Diagnostic and Maintenance Information Transfer System

DMU

Diagnostic and Maintenance Unit

DOT

U.S. Department of Transportation

DPDT

Double Pole Double Throw

DPST

Double Pole Single Throw

DR

Door

D/S

Driveshaft

DSTN

Double-layer Super Twist Nematic

DU

Display Unit

DWG

Drawing

EADI

Electronic Attitude Direction Indicator

ECS

Environmental Control System

 

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BHT-412-IPB-1

ECU

EDR

EEC

EEPROM

e.g.

EHSI

EICAS

ELEC

ELEV

ELT

EMF

ENG

EQUIP

ET

EWIS

EXT

°F

FAA

FADEC

FCC

FIG

FM

FMM

FMS

FMV

FOD

FPI

FS

FT

FTG

FPI — FS — FT — FTG — Engine Control Unit Electronic Data Recorder Electronic

Engine Control Unit

Electronic Data Recorder

Electronic Engine Control

Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory

Exempli gratia (for example)

Electronic Horizontal Situation Indicator

Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System

Electrical

Elevator

Emergency Locator Transmitter

Electromotive Force

Engine

Equipment

Elapsed Time

Electrical Wire Interconnection System

External

Degrees Fahrenheit

Federal Aviation

Administration

Full Authority Digital Engine Control

Flight Control Computer

Figure

Flight Manual

Fuel Management Module

Flight Management System

Fuel Metering Valve

Foreign Object Damage

Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection

Fuselage Station

Foot, Feet

Fitting

F/W

Firewall

FWD

Forward

GAG

Ground-Air-Ground

GAL

Gallon

GB

Gearbox

GEN

Generator

GND

Ground

GPS

Global Positioning System

GPS

Ground Proximity System

GPU

Ground Power Unit

GRCU

Generator Regulator Control Unit

GSE

Glideslope

GSE

Ground Support Equipment

GUI

Graphical User Interface

GVI

General Visual Inspection

GW

Gross Weight

Hp

Horsepower

HRS

Hours

HSI

Horizontal Situation Indicator

HSR

Historical Service Record

HTR

Heater

HUMS

Health and Usage Monitoring Systems

HYD

Hydraulic

IAS

Indicated Air Speed

IAS

Integrated Avionics System

IBIT

Initiated BIT

ICS

Intercommunication System

I.D.

Inner Diameter

IDENT