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CHAPTER 73
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ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION - PROBE HEAT COMPU-
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CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
ADDED WARNING FOR CB OPENING
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

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LAYOUT IMPROVED
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401- 408 MOD.20446P1579 REMOVED 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION - PROBE HEAT COMPU-
TER - REPLACE POWER SUPPLY COMPUTERS.
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

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POSITIONING OF LARGER STUDS
TITLE OF TASK(S) DATA UPDATED 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

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73-25-00 R 59 Feb01/10 73-25-34 R 407 Feb01/10 73-34-15 R 405 Feb01/10
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73-35-15 R 410 Feb01/10
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SUBJECT ________
CH/SE/SU C
_ PAGE ___________
____ EFFECTIVITY
ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL - GENERAL
_________________________________ 73-00-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
General 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Component Location 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Distribution 8 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Controlling 8 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Indicating 9 501-509, 511-526
528-599,

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DISTRIBUTION 73-10-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
General 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Fuel Manifold and Fuel Tubes 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Fuel Pump 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
General 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Description 7 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Operation 7 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Fuel Filter 8 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Description 8 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Operation 8 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Fuel Nozzle 8 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
General 8 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Description/Operation 11 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Fuel Diverter and Return Valve 11 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
General 11 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Description 11 501-509, 511-526

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528-599,
Operation 14 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Fuel Distribution Valve 17 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
General 17 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Description 17 501-509, 511-526
528-599,

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DISTRIBUTION 73-10-00
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
General Visual Inspection of the 601 501-509, 511-526
Fuel Distribution System 528-599,
Components, Manifolds Tubes and
Joints
MANIFOLD - FUEL 73-11-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the Fuel Nozzle Supply 401 501-509, 511-526
Manifold 528-599,
Installation of the Fuel Nozzle 414 501-509, 511-526
Supply Manifold 528-599,
FUEL TUBES - RIGID, POWER PLANT 73-11-47
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the Rigid Fuel Tube, 401 501-509, 511-526
Aircraft to the LP Pump 528-599,
Installation of the Rigid Fuel 406 501-509, 511-526
Tube, Aircraft to the LP Pump 528-599,
Removal of the Rigid Fuel Tube, 411 501-509, 511-526
Fuel Diverter and Return Valve 528-599,
(FDRV) 4018KS
Installation of the Rigid Fuel 414 501-509, 511-526
Tube, Fuel Diverter and Return 528-599,
Valve (FDRV) 4018KS to the
Aircraft
FUEL TUBES - RIGID, POWER PLANT 73-11-47
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
General Check of the Power Plant 601 501-509, 511-526
Rigid Fuel Tubes 528-599,
FUEL TUBES - FLEXIBLE, POWER PLANT 73-11-48
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526

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________ C
_ PAGE EFFECTIVITY
____ ___________
528-599,
Removal of the Power Plant 401 501-509, 511-526
Flexible Fuel Tubes 528-599,
Installation of the Power Plant 405 501-509, 511-526
Flexible Fuel Tubes 528-599,
FUEL TUBES - FLEXIBLE, POWER PLANT 73-11-48
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
General Check of the Power Plant 601 501-509, 511-526
Flexible Fuel Tubes 528-599,
FUEL TUBES - ENGINE 73-11-49
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Inspection of the Engine Fuel 601 501-509, 511-526
Tubes 528-599,
PUMPS - LP/HP FUEL 73-12-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the Low Pressure 401 501-509, 511-526
(LP)/High Pressure (HP) Fuel Pump 528-599,
(2001EM1)
Installation of the Low Pressure 416 501-509, 511-526
(LP)/High Pressure (HP) Fuel Pump 528-599,
(2001EM1)
Removal of the Adapter Housing 424 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Installation of the Adapter 427 501-509, 511-526
Housing 528-599,
FILTER ELEMENT - FUEL 73-12-42
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Remove, Inspect for Contamination 401 501-509, 511-526
and Replace Main Fuel Filter 528-599,
Removal of the Fuel Filter Element 402 501-509, 511-526
(2000EM) 528-599,
Installation of the Fuel Filter 407 501-509, 511-526
Element (2000EM) 528-599,
FILTER ELEMENT - FUEL 73-12-42
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Visual Inspection of the Fuel 601 501-509, 511-526
Filter Element 528-599,
NOZZLE - FUEL 73-13-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the Fuel Nozzle 401 501-509, 511-526

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(2005EM1 through 2005EM20) 528-599,
Installation of the Fuel Nozzle 417 501-509, 511-526
(2005EM1 through 2005EM20) 528-599,
VALVE - FUEL DIVERTER AND RETURN 73-13-42
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the Fuel Diverter and 401 501-509, 511-526
Return Valve (4018KS) 528-599,
Installation of the Fuel Diverter 406 501-509, 511-526
and Return Valve (4018KS) 528-599,
VALVE - FUEL DIVERTER AND RETURN 73-13-42
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Functional Test of the Fuel 501 501-509, 511-526
Recirculation Cooling System 528-599,
without Barfield Tester and
without AIDS
Functional Test of the Fuel 507 501-509, 511-526
Recirculation Cooling System with 528-599,
Barfield Tester and without AIDS
Functional Test of the Fuel 517 501-509, 511-526
Recirculation Cooling System 528-599,
without Barfield Tester and with
AIDS
Functional Test of the Fuel 523 501-509, 511-526
Recirculation Cooling System with 528-599,
Barfield Tester and with AIDS
VALVE - FUEL DISTRIBUTION 73-13-43
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the Fuel Distribution 401 501-509, 511-526
Valve 2002EM 528-599,
Installation of the Fuel 407 501-509, 511-526
Distribution Valve 2002EM 528-599,
Removal of the Fuel Distribution 415 501-509, 511-526
Valve Filter 528-599,
Installation of the Fuel 420 501-509, 511-526
Distribution Valve Filter 528-599,

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CONTROLLING 73-20-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
General 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
System Description 1 501-509, 511-526
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FADEC 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Gas Generator Control 4 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Engine Limits Protection 21 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Power Management 22 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Engine Starting/Ignition Control 38 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Engine Parameter Transmission 44 501-509, 511-526
for Cockpit Display 528-599,
Engine Condition Parameter 44 501-509, 511-526
Transmission 528-599,
FADEC System Maintenance 44 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Component Description 45 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Engine Sensors 45 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Dedicated Permanent Magnet 51 501-509, 511-526
Alternator (PMA) 528-599,
Engine Electronic Control (EEC) 51 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Fuel Metering Unit (FMU) 56 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Ignition Boxes 59 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Pneumatic Starter Valve 59 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Thrust Reverser Control Valve 59 501-509, 511-526
Actuation 528-599,
VSV Feedback Signal 59 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
BSBV Feedback Signal 59 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
HP Turbine Cooling Controlled 59 501-509, 511-526
Air System Feedback Signal 528-599,
HPT/LPT ACC Feedback Signal 59 501-509, 511-526
528-599,

FADEC SYSTEM 73-22-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Operational Test of the FADEC 501 501-509, 511-526
SYSTEM on the Ground 528-599,

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Correct faults of the Engine 506 501-509, 511-526
Scheduled Maintenance Report (SMR) 528-599,
Check for Erroneous Signal 510 501-509, 511-526
Positions to the Zones Controller 528-599,
from the Bleed and Wing/Nacelle
Anti-Ice Valves with Engines, APU
and Packs Operating (with AIDS)
Check for Erroneous Signal 514 501-509, 511-526
Positions to the Zone Controller 528-599,
from the Bleed and Wing/Nacelle
Anti-Ice Valves with Engines, APU
and Packs Operating
SENSOR - P2/T2 73-22-11
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the P2/T2 Sensor 401 501-509, 511-526
(4014KS) 528-599,
Installation of the P2/T2 Sensor 404 501-509, 511-526
(4014KS) 528-599,
SENSOR - P2/T2 73-22-11
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Operational Test of the P2/T2 501 501-509, 511-526
Probe Heater 528-599,
SENSOR - P2/T2 73-22-11
REPAIRS 801 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Replace the Aerodynamic Sealant on 801 501-509, 511-526
the Air Intake Cowl or the P2/T2 528-599,
Sensor - VRS2725
SENSOR - P3/T3 73-22-15
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the P3/T3 Sensor 401 501-509, 511-526
(4024KS) 528-599,
Installation of the P3/T3 Sensor 405 501-509, 511-526
(4024KS) 528-599,
ENGINE ELECTRONIC CONTROL (EEC) 73-22-34
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the Electronic Engine 401 501-509, 511-526
Control (EEC) (4000KS) 528-599,
Installation of the Electronic 409 501-509, 511-526
Engine Control (EEC) (4000KS) 528-599,
ENGINE ELECTRONIC CONTROL (EEC) 73-22-34
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 501-509, 511-526

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____ ___________
528-599,
Operational Test of the EEC 501 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
PLUG ASSEMBLY - DATA ENTRY 73-22-35
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the Data Entry Plug 401 501-509, 511-526
Assembly 4000KS-J6 528-599,
Installation of the Data Entry 405 501-509, 511-526
Plug Assembly 4000KS-J6 528-599,
PLUG ASSEMBLY - DATA ENTRY 73-22-35
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Inspection of the Data Entry Plug 601 501-509, 511-526
Assembly 528-599,
PLUG ASSEMBLY - DATA ENTRY 73-22-35
REPAIRS 801 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Replace the Jumpers, Contacts or 801 501-509, 511-526
Connector - VRS3500 528-599,
Replace the Jumpers, Contacts or 816 501-509, 511-526
Connector - VRS3500 528-599,
Repair the Jumper Contact or 824 501-509, 511-526
Contact - VRS3501 528-599,
Replace the Data Entry Plug 829 501-509, 511-526
Backshell Assembly - VRS3503 528-599,
STATOR - ENGINE DEDICATED ALTERNATOR 73-22-38
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the Engine Dedicated 401 501-509, 511-526
Alternator (EDA) Stator and/or 528-599,
Cooling Shroud
Installation of the Engine 406 501-509, 511-526
Dedicated Alternator (EDA) Stator 528-599,
and or Cooling Shroud
AIR TUBES - P2/T2 73-22-48
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the P2T2 Probe Tube 401 501-509, 511-526
Assembly 528-599,
Installation of the P2T2 Probe 405 501-509, 511-526
Tube Assembly 528-599,
AIR TUBES - P2/T2 73-22-48
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
General Check of the P2/T2 Air 601 501-509, 511-526

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_______
SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
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_ PAGE EFFECTIVITY
____ ___________
Tubes 528-599,
TUBES - FUEL SYSTEM AIR 73-22-49
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Leak Check of the Pb Sense Line 201 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
TUBES - FUEL SYSTEM AIR 73-22-49
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Inspection of the EEC Pb Inlet 601 501-509, 511-526
Port 528-599,
SENSOR AND MANIFOLD - P4.9 73-22-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the P4.9 Sensor and 401 501-509, 511-526
Manifold 2004EM1, 2004EM2, 2004EM3 528-599,
Installation of the P4.9 Sensor 406 501-509, 511-526
and Manifold 2004EM1, 2004EM2, 528-599,
2004EM3
METERING UNIT - FUEL 73-22-52
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the Fuel Metering Unit 401 501-509, 511-526
(FMU) (4000KC) 528-599,
Installation of the Fuel Metering 418 501-509, 511-526
Unit (FMU) (4000KC) 528-599,
METERING UNIT - FUEL 73-22-52
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Adjustement/Test of the Fuel 501 501-509, 511-526
Metering Unit (FMU) 4000KC - 528-599,
Convert the Woodward FMU SBE
73-0172
Adjustement/Test of the Fuel 517 501-509, 511-526
Metering Unit (FMU) 4000KC - 528-599,
Convert the TRW Lucas FMU SBE
73-0173

FUNCTIONAL INTERFACES 73-25-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
General 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
System Description 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
FADEC Inputs/Outputs 1 501-509, 511-526

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SUBJECT
_______ CH/SE/SU
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____ ___________
528-599,
Interface 27 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
ADIRU/EEC Interface 27 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
EIU/EEC Interface 29 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
EIU/A/C Interface 59 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Cockpit System Display/EEC 85 501-509, 511-526
Interface 528-599,
Throttle Control System/EEC 89 501-509, 511-526
Interfaces 528-599,
Thrust Reverser Interface 98 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
FADEC Interfaces A 0 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
28VDC Power Supply A 0 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
115VAC Power Supply A 0 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Additional Engine Sensors A 0 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Additional Engine Sensors A 3 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
General A 3 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
P12.5 Sensor A 3 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
P2.5 Sensor A 3 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
T2.5 Sensor A 3 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
INTERFACE UNIT - ENGINE (EIU) 73-25-34
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the Engine Interface 401 501-509, 511-526
Unit (EIU) (1KS1, 1KS2) 528-599,
Installation of the Engine 405 501-509, 511-526
Interface Unit (EIU) (1KS1, 1KS2) 528-599,
INTERFACE UNIT - ENGINE (EIU) 73-25-34
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Operational Test of the EIU with 501 501-509, 511-526
the CFDS 528-599,
Change the EIU DISCRETE OUTPUTS 505 501-509, 511-526

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SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
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____ ___________
Menu Data Status 528-599,
EIU DISCRETE OUTPUTS Simulation 507 501-509, 511-526
528-599,

__________
INDICATING 73-30-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
General 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Fuel Flow Indication 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Fuel Flow Indication 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Fuel Flow Transmitter 1 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Fuel Filter Clogging Indication 6 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Fuel Filter Clogging Indication 6 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Fuel Filter Differential 10 501-509, 511-526
Pressure Switch 528-599,

___________
INDICATING 73-30-00
DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Fuel Filter CLOG Warning - Filter 401 501-509, 511-526
Servicing 528-599,
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 73-30-03 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Reactivation of Fuel Filter CLOG 404 501-509, 511-526
Warning 528-599,
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 73-30-03 404 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
FLOWMETER - FUEL 73-31-17
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the Fuel Flow 401 501-509, 511-526
Transmitter (4010KS) 528-599,
Installation of the Fuel Flow 408 501-509, 511-526
Transmitter (4010KS) 528-599,
SWITCH - FUEL FILTER DIFFERENTIAL 73-34-15
PRESSURE
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the Fuel Filter 401 501-509, 511-526

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SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
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____ ___________
Differential Pressure Switch 528-599,
(4000EL)
Installation of the Fuel 405 501-509, 511-526
Differential Pressure Switch 528-599,
(4000EL)
SENSOR - FUEL TEMPERATURE 73-35-15
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the Fuel Cooled Oil 401 501-509, 511-526
Cooler Fuel Temperature 528-599,
Thermocouple (4017KS)
Installation of the Fuel 408 501-509, 511-526
Temperature Thermocouple (4017KS) 528-599,

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ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL - GENERAL - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_____________________________________________________________

1. _______
General
(Ref. Fig. 001)
The fuel system enables delivery of a fuel flow corresponding to the power
required and compatible with engine limits.
The system consists of:
- the two stage fuel pump with low pressure and high pressure elements,
- the Fuel Metering Unit (FMU),
- the engine Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler (FCOC),
- the Integrated Drive Generator (IDG) Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler (FCOC),
- the fuel filter,
- the fuel distribution valve,
- the fuel flow meter,
- 20 fuel nozzles,
- the fuel diverter and return (to tank) valve.

2. Component
__________________
Location
(Ref. Fig. 002, 003, 004, 005, 006)

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1KS1 EIU-1 85VU 127 824 73-25-34
1KS2 EIU-2 86VU 128 824 73-25-34
5KS1 ANN-ENG/1 115VU 210
5KS2 ANN-ENG/2 115VU 210
6KS0 SEL SW-ENG/MODE/CRANK/NORMAL/
IGN/START 115VU 210
7KS1 P/BSW-ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1 50VU 212
7KS2 P/BSW-ENG/FADEC GND PWR/2 50VU 212
8KS1 CTL UNIT-THROTTLE, ENG 1 211 831 76-11-19
8KS2 CTL UNIT-THROTTLE, ENG 2 211 831 76-11-19
9KS1 P/BSW-ENG/MAN START/1 22VU 212
9KS2 P/BSW-ENG/MAN START/2 22VU 212
4000KS EEC 436 448AR 73-22-34
2000EM FILTER ELEMENT-FUEL 430 447AL 73-12-42
2001EM PUMP-HP/LP FUEL 430 447AL 73-12-41
2002EM VALVE-FUEL DISTRIBUTION 440 438AR 73-13-43
4010KS FLOWMETER-FUEL 430 447AL 73-31-17
4018KS VALVE-FUEL DIVERTER AND RETURN 430 447AL 73-13-42
2005EM NOZZLE-FUEL 400 73-13-41
4000KC FUEL METERING UNIT 435 437AL 73-22-52
2004EM SENSOR AND MANIFOLD-P4.9 454 452AR 73-22-51
4005EV STATOR-ENGINE DEDICATED ALTERNATOR 435 437AL 73-22-38
- DATA ENTRY PLUG 436 438AR 73-22-35


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Figure 002


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Figure 003


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2003EM SENSOR-P3/T3 454 452AR 73-22-15
4014KS SENSOR-P2/T2 431 73-22-11
4017KS SENSOR-FUEL TEMPERATURE 435 437AL 73-35-15

3. ____________
Distribution
(Ref. Fig. 001)
The fuel supplied from aircraft tanks flows through a centrifugal pump Low
Pressure (LP) stage then through the FCOC and then through a filter and a
gear pump High Pressure (HP) stage.
The fuel from the HP pump is delivered to the FMU which controls the fuel
flow supplied to the fuel nozzles (through the fuel flow-meter and the fuel
distribution valve).
The FMU also provides hydraulic pressure to all hydraulic system external
actuators. These include the booster stage bleed valve actuators, stator
vane actuator, Air Cooler Oil Cooler (ACOC) air modulating valve, High
Pressure Turbine Active Clearance Control (HPTACC) and Low Pressure Turbine
Active Clearance Control (LPTACC) valve. Low pressure return fuel from the
actuators is routed back into the fuel diverter and return valve.
The fuel diverter and return valve enables the selection of one of the four
basic configurations between which the flow paths of the fuel in the engine
are varied to maintain the IDG oil, engine oil and fuel temperatures within
specified limits.
The transfer between configurations is determined by a software logic
contained in the Electronic Engine Control (EEC).

4. ___________
Controlling
The Full Authority Digital Electronic Control (FADEC) system provides full
range control of the engine to achieve steady state and transient
performance when operated in combination with aircraft subsystems.
The FADEC is a dual channel EEC with crosstalk and failure detection
capability.
In case of failure detection, the FADEC switches from one channel to the
other.
The FADEC system operates in conjunction with the applicable aircraft
systems to perform the following:
- Control of fuel flow, stator vanes and bleeds to automatically maintain
forward and reverse thrust settings and to provide satisfactory transient
response.
- Protect the powerplant from exceeding limits for N1, N2, maximum allowable
thrust, and burner pressure.
- Control of the High Pressure Turbine (HPT) 10th stage cooling air, and low
and high turbine active clearance control systems.
- Control of fuel, engine and IDG oil temperature.


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- Control of the thrust reverser.
- Automatic sequencing of the start system components.
- Diagnosis and maintenance capability.

5. __________
Indicating
The engine fuel system is monitored from:
- the ECAM display,
- the warning and caution lights.
The indications cover all the main engine parameters through the FADEC.
The warnings and cautions reflect:
- the engine health and status through the FADEC,
- the FADEC health & status,
- the fuel filter condition through a dedicated hardwired pressure switch.


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DISTRIBUTION - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
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1. _______
General
(Ref. Fig. 001)
The engine fuel supply distribution system mainly consists of:
- a fuel supply line
- an engine 2-stage pump High Pressure/Low Pressure (HP/LP),
- a fuel filter,
- an engine Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler (FCOC),
- a Fuel Metering Unit (FMU),
- an Integrated Drive Generator (IDG) Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler (FCOC),
- a fuel diverter and return (to tank) valve,
- a fuel flowmeter,
- a Fuel Distribution Valve (FDV),
- 20 fuel nozzles.

2. Fuel
____________________________
Manifold and Fuel Tubes
(Ref. Fig. 002)
The fuel manifold and fuel tubes consist of several single wall tubes which
carry fuel between components in the fuel system. Fuel supplied to the fuel
nozzles is carried by a large tube from the FMU to the fuel distribution
valve. At the fuel distribution valve the fuel supply is split and carried
to twenty fuel nozzles by ten manifolds. Each fuel manifold feeds two fuel
nozzles. Fuel pressure for actuating various valves is supplied by small
tubes from the FMU mounted on the fuel pump.
All the brackets and tubing are fireproof.

3. Fuel
_________
Pump
(Ref. Fig. 003, 004, 005)

A. General
The Low Pressure/High Pressure (LP/HP) fuel pumps are housed in a single
pump unit which is driven by a common gearbox output shaft. A LP stage
and a HP stage provide fuel at the flows and pressures required for the
operation of the hydromechanical components and for combustion in the
burner.
The unit consists of a LP centrifugal boost stage which feeds an HP
single stage, two gear pump. The housing has a provision for the
installation of the FMU.
Fuel from the aircraft tanks flows to the LP stage of the engine fuel
pumps, through the aircraft fuel pumps.


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The LP pump is designed to provide fuel to the HP gear stage with the
aircraft pumps inoperative. After passing through the LP boost stage, the
fuel flows through the fuel filter to the HP gear stage. A coarse mesh
strainer is provided at the inlet to the HP gear stage. This stage is
protected from overpressure by a relief valve. Excess flow from the gear
stage pump is recirculated through the FMU bypass loop to the low
pressure side of the pump.

B. Description
The LP/HP fuel pump is installed on the rear face of the accessory
gearbox. It is attached with an adapter housing and driven by an input
shaft which has a shear section.
The low pressure stage is a shrouded radial flow centrifugal impeller
with an axial inducer.
The HP pump is a two gear type. Its drive gear is attached to the drive
shaft and this turns the driven gear.
These are input shaft, which is connected by external spline to the
internal spline of the drive gear. The journals of the drive and driven
gear are held by stationary and floating set of matched bearings.
The centrifugal pumping element has the impeller/inducer installed on the
drive shaft.
The pump has four ports:
- gear pump inlet port,
- gear pump discharge port,
- booster pump inlet port,
- booster pump discharge port.

C. Operation
Fuel goes into the booster pump inlet port and flows through the
centrifugal pumping element. There, the impeller/inducer sends the fuel
to the external FCOC. The fuel returns through the external filter.
The fuel goes through the gearpump element which sends the fuel through
the pump discharge port to the FMU.
The gearpump element sends the fuel through the discharge port which has
the relief valve. The valve set to limit gear discharge pressure increase
to 1365 psi (94 bar) differential at fuel pump flow. The relief valve
sends fuel back to the inlet side of the gear pump element.


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4. ___________
Fuel Filter
(Ref. Fig. 006)

NOTE : A 40 micron fuel filter provides the main filtration for the fuel
____
system.

A. Description

(1) The fuel filter element is a low pressure filter which removes all
contamination from fuel to go through it.

(2) The filter element is installed in the lower housing of a Fuel Cooled
Oil Cooler (FCOC). The FCOC includes the following components:

(a) A filter cap which has a pressure plate to keep the filter
element in position once installed.

(b) A filter bypass valve to let the fuel go around the filter
element when it becomes clogged.
The filter cap of the FCOC also includes a fuel drain plug to
drain the fuel for maintenance purposes.

B. Operation

(1) The fuel from the FCOC goes through the filter element into the high
pressure gear element of an LP/HP fuel pump.

(2) The filter bypass valve keeps a pressure drop across the filter
element to a maximum of 17 psi (1.17 bar) differential. If the
pressure drop is higher than the maximum limit, the bypass valve will
start to open and let the fuel go around the filter element.

5. Fuel
___________
Nozzle
(Ref. Fig. 007)

A. General
The fuel nozzles receive fuel from the fuel manifolds. The fuel nozzles
mix the fuel with air, and send the mixture into the combustion chamber
in a controlled pattern.


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B. Description/Operation
There are 20 fuel nozzles equally spaced around the diffuser case
assembly. The fuel nozzles are installed through the wall of the case,
and each nozzle is held in position by three bolts.
The fuel nozzles carry the fuel through a single orifice.
The fuel is vaporized by high-velocity air as it enters the combustion
chamber. The fuel nozzle forms the atomized mixture of fuel and air into
the correct pattern for satisfactory combustion.
The design of the fuel nozzle results in fast vaporization of the fuel
through the full range of operation.
The high-velocity flow of fuel prevents formation of coke on areas where
fuel touches metal. Heatshields installed also prevent formation of coke.

6. ______________________________
Fuel Diverter and Return Valve

A. General
The Fuel Diverter and Return Valve (FD and RV) is a primary unit in the
Heat Management System (HMS) of the engine. The FD and RV has two valves
in one body. They are a Fuel Diverter Valve (FDV) and a Fuel Return Valve
(FRV).
The FDV operates to change the direction of the FMU spill flow to:
- The Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler (FCOC) or,
- the fuel filter (element) inlet or,
- the IDG FCOC.
The FRV operates to control fuel flow which goes back to the aircraft
fuel tank acting as a fuel cooler.

B. Description
(Ref. Fig. 008, 009)
The fuel diverter and return valve is installed on the FCOC.
(Ref. Fig. 009)
The FDV is a two-position selector valve which has two pistons in a
sleeve. The two pistons are mechanically connected and make two valve
areas which are referred to as valve A and valve B. The FRV has a main
valve and a pushing piston in a sleeve. This main valve is a half-area
piston-type valve which moves the valve to change the metering port area.
The main valve has two valve functions that are referred to as valve C
and valve D
(Ref. Fig. 009)
The EEC gives the electrical signal to the FDRV to change the position of
the valves. The FDRV gives a feedback signal to the EEC to transmit the
position of valves in the unit. The fuel flow changes with the position
of the valves. Thus, the fuel flow can be controlled through the FDRV and
the EEC.


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C. Operation
(Ref. Fig. 010, 011)

(1) General
The FDRV configuration allows four modes of operation according to
the electrical signals generated from the EEC (based on fuel and oil
temperature measurements transmitted by means of thermocouples).

(2) Fuel return valve


- The EEC operates the dual-wound torque motor to control the servo
pressure. This servo fuel pushes the main valve.
- The pressure balance between two sides of the main valve (Valves C
and D) gives the direction and the speed of the valve movement.
Then the valve changes the direction of the fuel flow and controls
the metering port area.

(3) Fuel diverter valve


- The EEC energizes the solenoid valve to let the servo fuel flow.
This servo fuel goes into one side of the piston face in the valve
B.
- The servo pressure pushes two pistons (which are the valves A and
B) in the same direction. Then these valves change the direction of
the fuel flow, and one of these pistons compresses the spring.
- When the solenoid is de-energized, this spring pushes back two
pistons.
(There is an orifice to release the servo fuel to the FMU spill
port).
And the other one of two pistons pushes the switch assemblies.
- The switch assemblies transmit the EEC the valve position when the
solenoid is de-energized.

(4) Constant Pressure Valve (CPV)


The CPV makes the servo pressure constant between the HP port and LP
port of the FDRV. This servo flow moves each valve in the FDRV.

(5) Failure mode

(a) When the servo pressure becomes zero:

1
_ The pushing piston comes up to hold the main valve at a mode 5
position.

2
_ The spring extends to hold the FDV pistons at a mode 5
position.


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(b) Other than in (a), the FDRV keeps the mode 5 position in these
conditions:

1
_ The failure of the electrical signal.

2
_ During the engine stops.

(c) If the IDG FCOC port is clogged in this valve position, relief
valve releases the FMU spill flow. This relief valve is in the
valve A and it can release the unwanted pressure to the FCOC
port.

7. Fuel
_______________________
Distribution Valve
(Ref. Fig. 012, 013)

A. General
The FDV subdivides scheduled engine fuel flow from the FMU equally to ten
fuel manifolds, each of which in turn feeds two nozzles.

B. Description
The fuel distribution valve is installed at the 4:00 oclock location, at
the front flange of the diffuser case.
The fuel distribution valve receives fuel through a fuel line from the
FMU. The fuel goes through a 200 micron strainer, and then into ten
internal discharge ports. The ten discharge ports are connected to the
ten fuel manifolds.
Eight of the ten internal discharge ports in the valve are connected
after an engine shutdown. This lets fuel drain from eight of the fuel
manifolds, and into the engine through the lowest fuel nozzle.
The two fuel manifolds which remain full help supply fuel for the next
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Fuel Distribution Valve - Installation


Figure 012


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Fuel Distribution Valve - Schematic


Figure 013


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DISTRIBUTION - INSPECTION/CHECK
_______________________________

TASK 73-10-00-200-010-A

General Visual Inspection of the Fuel Distribution System Components, Manifolds


Tubes and Joints

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER
_______
THE ENGINE IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO
ONE HOUR.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This task gives the procedure for a General Visual Inspection of the Engine
Fuel Distribution system Components, Manifolds, Tubes and Joints.
This TASK is for V2500-A5 engines.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific inspection lamp


No specific inspection mirror
No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 1.5 m (4 ft. 11 in.)

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

70-52-11-918-010 Specified Types of Damage


71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
78-30-00-040-012 Deactivation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic Control
Unit (HCU) 4101KS for Ground Maintenance
78-30-00-440-012 Re-activation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic
Control Unit (HCU) 4101KS after Ground Maintenance
78-32-00-010-010 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Halves
78-32-00-410-010 Closing of the Thrust Reverser Halves
24-21-42-000-010 Removal of the Fuel-Cooled IDG Oil-Cooler (for
corrective action)


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24-21-42-400-010 Installation of the Fuel-Cooled IDG Oil-Cooler (for


corrective action)
73-11-41-000-010 Removal of the Fuel Nozzle Supply Manifold (for
corrective action)
73-11-41-400-010 Installation of the Fuel Nozzle Supply Manifold (for
corrective action)
73-12-41-000-010 Removal of the Low Pressure (LP)/High Pressure (HP)
Fuel Pump (2001EM1) (for corrective action)
73-12-41-400-010 Installation of the Low Pressure (LP)/High Pressure
(HP) Fuel Pump (2001EM1) (for corrective action)
73-13-42-000-010 Removal of the Fuel Diverter and Return Valve
(4018KS) (for corrective action)
73-13-42-400-010 Installation of the Fuel Diverter and Return Valve
(4018KS) (for corrective action)
73-13-43-000-010 Removal of the Fuel Distribution Valve 2002EM (for
corrective action)
73-13-43-400-010 Installation of the Fuel Distribution Valve 2002EM
(for corrective action)
73-22-52-000-010 Removal of the Fuel Metering Unit (FMU) (4000KC) (for
corrective action)
73-22-52-400-010 Installation of the Fuel Metering Unit (FMU) (4000KC)
(for corrective action)
79-21-43-000-010 Removal of the Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler (6003EM). (for
corrective action)
79-21-43-400-010 Installation of the Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler (6003EM)
(for corrective action)

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-10-00-941-051

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
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(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

Subtask 73-10-00-010-052

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(2) Put the access platform in position.

Subtask 73-10-00-040-051

C. Deactivate the thrust reverser.

WARNING : THE THRUST REVERSER HYDRAULIC


_______ CONTROL UNIT (HCU) MUST BE
DEACTIVATED BEFORE WORKING ON OR AROUND THE THRUST REVERSER.
FAILURE TO DEACTIVATE THE HCU CAN RESULT IN INADVERTENT THRUST
REVERSER OPERATION AND INJURY TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

(1) Deactivate the thrust reverser hydraulic control unit (HCU)


(Ref. TASK 78-30-00-040-012).

Subtask 73-10-00-010-053

D. Open the thrust reverser halves (Ref. TASK 78-32-00-010-010)


FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR.
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR.


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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-10-00-210-059

A. Examine the fuel nozzle supply manifolds on the diffuser case between the
fuel distribution valve and the fuel nozzles. Use the inspection lamp and
inspection mirror if necessary

(1) Examine the fuel nozzle supply manifolds for security of attachment.

(2) If loose attachment is found replace the packings and torque the
manifold coupling nuts and attachment clips (Ref. TASK 73-11-41-000-
010) and (Ref. TASK 73-11-41-400-010).

(3) Examine the fuel nozzle supply manifold connections for leaks.

(4) If leaks are found replace the manifold connection packings or


manifolds as necessary (Ref. TASK 73-11-41-000-010) and (Ref. TASK
73-11-41-400-010).

(5) Examine the fuel nozzle supply manifolds for damage such as bends,
dents, kinks and wrinkles (Ref. TASK 70-52-11-918-010).

(6) If damage is found replace the manifold (Ref. TASK 73-11-41-000-010)


and (Ref. TASK 73-11-41-400-010).

(7) Examine the fuel nozzle supply manifolds for contact with other parts
(such as tubes, ducts, and hoses).

(8) If contact is found replace the parts as necessary.

Subtask 73-10-00-210-060

B. Examine the fuel tubes between the fuel pump and the fuel distribution
valve. Use the inspection lamp and inspection mirror if necessary

(1) Examine the fuel tubes for security of attachment.

(2) If loose attachment is found reject the packings and torque the tube
coupling nuts and attachment clips.

(3) Examine the fuel tube connections for leaks.

(4) If leaks are found reject the tube connection packings or the tubes
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(5) Examine the fuel tubes for damage such as bends, dents, kinks and
wrinkles (Ref. TASK 70-52-11-918-010).

(6) If damage is found reject the tubes.

(7) Examine the fuel tubes for contact with other parts (such as tubes,
ducts and hoses).

(8) If contact is found reject the parts as necessary.

Subtask 73-10-00-210-061

C. Examine the LP/HP fuel pump. Use the inspection lamp and inspection
mirror, if necessary

(1) Examine the fuel pump for security of attachment.

(2) If loose attachment is found replace the accessory drive (pump


attachment) clamp or the fuel pump (Ref. TASK 73-12-41-000-010) and
(Ref. TASK 73-12-41-400-010).

(3) Examine the fuel pump connections for leaks.

(4) If leaks are found replace the tube connection packings or the pump
as necessary (Ref. TASK 73-12-41-000-010) and (Ref. TASK 73-12-41-
400-010).

(5) Examine the fuel pump for damage such as dents, cracks and chafed
areas (Ref. TASK 70-52-11-918-010).

(6) If damage is found replace the fuel pump (Ref. TASK 73-12-41-000-010)
and (Ref. TASK 73-12-41-400-010).

Subtask 73-10-00-210-062

D. Examine the fuel diverter and return valve. Use the inspection lamp and
inspection mirror, if necessary

(1) Examine the fuel diverter and return valve for security of
attachment.

(2) If loose attachment is found replace the valve attachment bolts as


necessary (Ref. TASK 73-13-42-000-010) and (Ref. TASK 73-13-42-400-
010).

(3) Examine the fuel diverter and return valve tube connections for
leaks.


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(4) If leaks are found replace the tube connection packings or the valve
as necessary (Ref. TASK 73-13-42-000-010) and (Ref. TASK 73-13-42-
400-010).

(5) Examine the fuel diverter and return valve for damage such as dents,
cracks and chafed areas (Ref. TASK 70-52-11-918-010).

(6) If damage is found replace the fuel diverter and return valve (Ref.
TASK 73-13-42-000-010) and (Ref. TASK 73-13-42-400-010).

Subtask 73-10-00-210-063

E. Examine the fuel distribution valve. Use the inspection lamp and
inspection mirror, if necessary

(1) Examine the fuel distribution valve for security of attachment.

(2) If loose attachment is found replace the valve attachment bolts as


necessary (Ref. TASK 73-13-43-000-010) and (Ref. TASK 73-13-43-400-
010).

(3) Examine the fuel distribution valve tube connections for leaks.

(4) If leaks are found replace the tube connection packings or the valve
as necessary (Ref. TASK 73-13-43-000-010) and (Ref. TASK 73-13-43-
400-010).

(5) Examine the fuel distribution valve for damage such as dents, cracks
and chafed areas (Ref. TASK 70-52-11-918-010).

(6) If damage is found replace the fuel distribution valve (Ref. TASK 73-
13-43-000-010) and (Ref. TASK 73-13-43-400-010).

Subtask 73-10-00-210-064

F. Examine the fuel metering unit. Use the inspection lamp and inspection
mirror, if necessary

(1) Examine the fuel metering unit for security of attachment.

(2) If loose attachment is found replace the valve attachment bolts as


necessary (Ref. TASK 73-22-52-000-010) and (Ref. TASK 73-22-52-400-
010).

(3) Examine the fuel metering unit tube connections for leaks.


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(4) If leaks are found replace the tube connection packings or the
metering unit as necessary (Ref. TASK 73-22-52-000-010) and (Ref.
TASK 73-22-52-400-010).

(5) Examine the fuel metering unit for damage such as dents, cracks and
chafed areas (Ref. TASK 70-52-11-918-010).

(6) If damage is found replace the fuel metering unit (Ref. TASK 73-22-
52-000-010) and (Ref. TASK 73-22-52-400-010).

Subtask 73-10-00-210-065

G. Examine the fuel cooled IDG oil cooler. Use the inspection lamp and
inspection mirror, if necessary

(1) Examine the oil cooler for security of attachment.

(2) If loose attachment is found replace the oil cooler attachment bolts
as necessary (Ref. TASK 24-21-42-000-010) and (Ref. TASK 24-21-42-
400-010).

(3) Examine the oil cooler tube connections for leaks.

(4) If leaks are found replace the tube connection packings or the oil
cooler as necessary (Ref. TASK 24-21-42-000-010) and (Ref. TASK 24-
21-42-400-010).

(5) Examine the oil cooler for damage such as dents, cracks and chafed
areas (Ref. TASK 70-52-11-918-010).

(6) If damage is found replace the oil cooler (Ref. TASK 24-21-42-000-
010) and (Ref. TASK 24-21-42-400-010).

Subtask 73-10-00-210-066

H. Examine the fuel cooled oil cooler. Use the inspection lamp and
inspection mirror, if necessary

(1) Examine the oil cooler for security of attachment.

(2) If loose attachment is found replace the oil cooler attachment bolts
as necessary (Ref. TASK 79-21-43-000-010) and (Ref. TASK 79-21-43-
400-010).

(3) Examine the oil cooler tube connections for leaks.


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(4) If leaks are found replace the tube connection packings or the oil
cooler as necessary (Ref. TASK 79-21-43-000-010) and (Ref. TASK 79-
21-43-400-010).

(5) Examine the oil cooler for damage such as dents, cracks and chafed
areas (Ref. TASK 70-52-11-918-010).

(6) If damage is found replace the oil cooler (Ref. TASK 79-21-43-000-
010) and (Ref. TASK 79-21-43-400-010).

Subtask 73-10-00-210-067

J. Examine the fuel system connections. Use the inspection lamp and
inspection mirror, if necessary

(1) Examine the fuel system connections for security of attachment.

(2) If loose attachment is found reject the fuel system connection


packings and torque the coupling nuts as necessary.

(3) Examine the fuel system connections for leaks.

(4) If leaks are found, repair as necessary.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-10-00-410-052

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the thrust reverser halves (Ref. TASK 78-32-00-410-010):


FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR.
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR.

Subtask 73-10-00-440-051

B. Activate the thrust reverser HCU (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-440-012).


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Subtask 73-10-00-410-053

C. Close Access

(1) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

(3) Remove the access platform(s).


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MANIFOLD - FUEL - REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
______________________________________

TASK 73-11-41-000-010

Removal of the Fuel Nozzle Supply Manifold

WARNING : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL STAY ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE
_______
FUEL FROM YOUR SKIN WITH WATER. THE FUEL IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO
THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND IN TO YOUR BODY.

CAUTION : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL OR OIL FALL ON THE ENGINE. UNWANTED FUEL OR
_______
OIL MUST BE REMOVED IMMEDIATELY WITH A CLEAN LINT FREE CLOTH. THE
FUEL OR OIL CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE PROTECTION AND TO SOME
PARTS.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

The removal procedure given here is for the removal of one, some or all of
the fuel nozzle supply manifolds.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific clean container, minimum capacity 1 USgal (4 l)


No specific covers caps plugs
No specific warning notice
IAE1P16139 1 WRENCH-TIGHTEN

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)


78-30-00-040-012 Deactivation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic Control
Unit (HCU) 4101KS for Ground Maintenance
78-32-00-010-010 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Halves
73-11-41-991-150 Fig. 401
73-11-41-991-151 Fig. 402
73-11-41-991-153 Fig. 403
73-11-41-991-152 Fig. 404


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73-11-41-991-154 Fig. 405


73-11-41-991-155 Fig. 406
73-11-41-991-156 Fig. 407
73-11-41-991-159 Fig. 408
73-11-41-991-157 Fig. 409

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-11-41-941-051

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

Subtask 73-11-41-010-058

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.


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Subtask 73-11-41-040-053

C. Deactivate the thrust reverser.

WARNING : THE THRUST REVERSER HYDRAULIC


_______ CONTROL UNIT (HCU) MUST BE
DEACTIVATED BEFORE WORKING ON OR AROUND THE THRUST REVERSER.
FAILURE TO DEACTIVATE THE HCU CAN RESULT IN INADVERTENT THRUST
REVERSER OPERATION AND INJURY TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

(1) Deactivate the thrust reverser hydraulic control unit (HCU)


(Ref. TASK 78-30-00-040-012).

Subtask 73-11-41-010-054

D. Open the thrust reverser halves (Ref. TASK 78-32-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR.
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-11-41-020-053

A. Disconnect the tube nuts which attach the fuel nozzle supply manifold(s)
which are to be removed.
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-11-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-11-41-991-151, 403/TASK
73-11-41-991-153)

(1) Put a clean container, minimum capacity 1 USgal (4 l) below the fuel
nozzle supply manifold(s) to catch the drained fuel.

(2) Cut and discard the lockwire which safeties the tube nuts (4) and
(10) on the applicable fuel manifold(s).

(3) Disconnect the tube nuts (10) from the fuel distribution valve with
the wrench WRENCH-TIGHTEN (IAE1P16139).

(4) Disconnect the tube nuts (4) from the fuel nozzle supply manifold
with the wrench, WRENCH-TIGHTEN (IAE1P16139).


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Fuel Nozzle Supply Manifolds (3), (15) and (17)


Figure 401/TASK 73-11-41-991-150


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Fuel Nozzle Supply Manifolds (18), (19) and (20)


Figure 402/TASK 73-11-41-991-151


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Fuel Nozzle Supply Manifolds (21), (22), (23) and (24)


Figure 403/TASK 73-11-41-991-153


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Subtask 73-11-41-010-055

B. Remove the transfer tubes from the fuel nozzle supply manifold.
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-11-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-11-41-991-151, 403/TASK
73-11-41-991-153)

(1) Remove the transfer tubes (2).

(2) Remove the packings (5) from the transfer tubes.

(3) Discard the packings (5).

Subtask 73-11-41-010-056

C. Remove the loop clamp(s) from the fuel nozzle supply manifold(s).
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-11-41-991-150, 403/TASK 73-11-41-991-153, 404/TASK
73-11-41-991-152, 405/TASK 73-11-41-991-154, 406/TASK 73-11-41-991-155,
407/TASK 73-11-41-991-156, 408/TASK 73-11-41-991-159, 409/TASK 73-11-41-
991-157)

NOTE : The fuel nozzle supply manifolds (18), (19) and (20) do not have
____
loop clamps.
(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 73-11-41-991-151)

(1) Remove the nut(s) (7) and the bolt(s) (9), (13) and/or (23) from the
applicable bracket(s) (8), (14), (16), (25), (26), (27), (30), (31),
(32) or (33) (34).

(2) Hold the applicable fuel nozzle supply manifold(s) and remove the
loop clamp(s).

Subtask 73-11-41-020-051

D. Remove the Fuel Nozzle Supply Manifold:

(1) Remove the applicable fuel nozzle supply manifold(s) (3), (15), (17),
(18), (19), (20), (21), (22), (23) and/or (24).
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-11-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-11-41-991-151,
403/TASK 73-11-41-991-153)

(2) Remove the container and discard the drained fuel.

(3) Put the applicable covers caps plugs on all the openings.


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Loop Clamps and Brackets


Figure 404/TASK 73-11-41-991-152


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Figure 405/TASK 73-11-41-991-154


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Figure 406/TASK 73-11-41-991-155


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Figure 407/TASK 73-11-41-991-156


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Figure 408/TASK 73-11-41-991-159


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Fuel Nozzle Supply Manifold - Connections


Figure 409/TASK 73-11-41-991-157


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TASK 73-11-41-400-010

Installation of the Fuel Nozzle Supply Manifold

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

The installation procedure given here is for the installation of one, some
or all of the fuel nozzle supply manifolds.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific warning notice


R No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 50.00 lbf.in
R (0.00 to 0.56 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 30.00 to 220.00 lbf.in
(0.34 to 2.60 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 62.00 to 900.00 lbf.in
(0.70 to 10.00 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 180.00 to 1800.00 lbf.in
(2.00 to 20.00 m.daN)
IAE1P16042 1 ADAPTER, LEAK TEST
IAE1P16139 1 WRENCH-TIGHTEN

B. Consumable Materials

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. V02-141 *


lockwire (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-031 *
anti galling compound (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-045 *
leak tec fluid (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-077 *
lubricant (engine oil) (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-121 *
lubricating fluid (Ref. 70-30-00)


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C. Expendable Parts

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FIG.ITEM |DESIGNATION |IPC-CSN
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5 packings 73-11-41 80A-010


5 packings 73-11-41 80A-010A
10 packing 73-11-49 84A-100
12 ring 73-11-49 74A-020

D. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

70-23-11-911-013 General Torque Tightening Techniques


70-23-13-911-010 Procedures for the Installation of Preformed Packings
70-40-11-911-012 General Instructions for the Uses of Lockwire
70-40-11-911-014 Locking Devices General Information
71-00-00-710-012 Test No.3 : Idle Leak Check
71-00-00-710-045 Test No.1 : Dry Motor Leak Check
71-00-00-710-046 Test No.2 : Wet Motor Leak Check
71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
78-30-00-040-012 Deactivation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic Control
Unit (HCU) 4101KS for Ground Maintenance
78-30-00-440-012 Re-activation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic
Control Unit (HCU) 4101KS after Ground Maintenance
78-32-00-010-010 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Halves
78-32-00-410-010 Closing of the Thrust Reverser Halves
73-11-41-991-150 Fig. 401
73-11-41-991-151 Fig. 402
73-11-41-991-153 Fig. 403
73-11-41-991-152 Fig. 404
73-11-41-991-154 Fig. 405
73-11-41-991-155 Fig. 406
73-11-41-991-156 Fig. 407
73-11-41-991-159 Fig. 408
73-11-41-991-157 Fig. 409
73-11-41-991-158 Fig. 410


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-11-41-860-051

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU, make sure that a
warning notice is in position to tell persons not to start the
engine.

(2) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU, make sure that the ON legend
of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2) pushbutton switch is off. Make sure
that a warning notice is in position to tell persons not to energize
the FADEC 1(2).

Subtask 73-11-41-010-060

B. Get Access

(1) Make sure that the fan cowls are open: (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010)
FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(2) Make sure that the thrust reverser halves are open: (Ref. TASK 78-32-
00-010-010)
FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR

Subtask 73-11-41-040-052

C. Make sure that the thrust reverser Hydraulic Control Unit (HCU) is
deactivated (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-040-012).


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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-11-41-410-053

A. Install the transfer tubes from the fuel nozzle supply manifold

(1) Remove the applicable covers/caps/plugs from all the openings.

(2) Install the transfer tubes.


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-11-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-11-41-991-151,
403/TASK 73-11-41-991-153, 409/TASK 73-11-41-991-157)
and (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010)

NOTE : Use lubricating fluid (Material No. V10-121) to lubricate the


____
parts.

(a) Install two packings (5) to each transfer tube (2).

(b) Install the transfer tube(s) (2) in the fuel nozzle and support
assembly.

(c) Install the transfer tube(s) (2) in the fuel distribution valve
(28).

Subtask 73-11-41-420-052

B. Install the fuel nozzle supply manifold(s)


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-11-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-11-41-991-151, 403/TASK
73-11-41-991-153)

(1) Apply anti galling compound (Material No. V10-031) to the shoulders
of the end fittings on the fuel supply manifolds.

(2) Put the applicable manifold(s) (3), (15), (17), (18), (19), (20),
(21), (22), (23) and/or (24) into position.

(3) Attach the manifold(s) to the fuel nozzle and support assembly and
the fuel distribution valve with the tube nuts (4) and (10).

(4) Tighten the tube nuts with your hand.


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C. Check the fuel system for leaks


(Ref. Fig. 410/TASK 73-11-41-991-158)

(1) Remove the fuel supply tube.

(a) Remove the nut (1), the washer (3) and the bolt (4) from the clip
point 5700. Do not remove the loop clamps (2) and (5).

(b) Remove the three bolts (6) that attach the fuel supply tube (7)
to the fuel distribution valve.

(c) Remove the lockwire from the fuel supply tube nut (11) at the
bifurcation panel (8).

(d) Disconnect the tube nut (11).

(e) Remove the tube (7) from the engine.

(f) Remove and discard the ring (12) and the packing (10).

(2) Do the fuel system pressure test.

(a) Install the ADAPTER, LEAK TEST (IAE1P16042) to the front of the
fuel distribution valve and attach with bolts. Tighten the bolts
with your hand.

(b) Attach a 100 psi (6.9 bar) air source to the test adapter.

(c) Pressurize the system to between 95 psi (6.5 bar) and 105 psi
(7.2 bar).

(d) Check the fuel manifold coupling nuts for leaks at the fuel
distribution valve and the applicable fuel nozzles with leak tec
fluid (Material No. V10-045).

(e) Hold the pressure for 5 minutes. No leaks are permitted from any
surface, joint or connection. Repair all leaks you find.

(f) Decrease the air pressure to zero and remove the air pressure
source from the test adapter.

(g) Remove the three bolts that attach the test adapter and remove
the adapter from the engine.


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Fuel Distribution Valve (Fuel Supply Tube and Clip Point 5700)
Figure 410/TASK 73-11-41-991-158


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(3) Install the fuel supply tube.

(a) Apply lubricating fluid (Material No. V10-121) to a new ring


(12).

(b) Install the new ring (12) in the groove on the flanged end of the
fuel supply tube (7) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(c) Install the fuel supply tube (7) to the front of the fuel
distribution valve.

(d) Apply lubricant (engine oil) (Material No. V10-077) to the


threads of the fuel supply tube bolts (6).

(e) Install the bolts (6) and tighten with your hand.

(f) Apply lubricating fluid (Material No. V10-121) to a new packing


(10).

(g) Install the new packing (10) to the connector (9) located on the
bifurcation panel (8) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(h) Connect the fuel supply tube nut (11) to the connector (9) and
tighten with your hand.

(i) TORQUE the three bolts (6) to between 85 and 105 lbf.in (0.96 and
1.18 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(j) TORQUE the supply tube nut (11) to between 1150 and 1250 lbf.in
(12.99 and 14.12 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(k) Safety the supply tube nut (11) with lockwire (Material No. V02-
141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(l) Put the washer (3) on the bolt (4) and install the bolt through
the loop clamps (2) and (5) and the raceway clip and attach with
the nut (1).

(m) TORQUE the nut (1) to between 36 and 45 lbf.in (0.40 and 0.50
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).


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Subtask 73-11-41-410-054

D. Install the loop clamp(s)


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-11-41-991-150, 403/TASK 73-11-41-991-153, 404/TASK
73-11-41-991-152, 405/TASK 73-11-41-991-154, 406/TASK 73-11-41-991-155,
407/TASK 73-11-41-991-156, 408/TASK 73-11-41-991-159, 409/TASK 73-11-41-
991-157)

NOTE : The fuel nozzle supply manifolds (18), (19) and (20) do not have
____
loop clamps.
(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 73-11-41-991-151)

(1) Install the loop clamp(s) (6) to the applicable fuel nozzle supply
manifolds (3), (15), (17), (21), (22), (23) and/or (24).

(2) Position the loop clamp(s) on the applicable bracket(s) (8), (14),
(16), (25), (26), (27), (30), (31), (32), (33) and/or (34).

(3) Attach the loop clamp(s) to the bracket(s) with the nuts (7) and the
bolts (9), (13) and/or (23).

(4) TORQUE the nuts (7) to between 36 and 45 lbf.in (0.40 and 0.50 m.daN)
(Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

Subtask 73-11-41-420-053

E. Safety the fuel nozzle supply manifold tube nuts


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-11-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-11-41-991-151, 403/TASK
73-11-41-991-153)

CAUTION : WHEN YOU USE THE IAE 1P16139 WRENCH, THE CORRECT TORQUE WILL
_______
HAVE TO BE CALCULATED USING THE FORMULA IN THE STANDARD
PRACTICES SECTION OF THIS MANUAL.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO THE PROCEDURE THAT FOLLOWS TO CORRECTLY
_______
TORQUE THE FUEL MANIFOLD COUPLING NUTS. INCORRECT TORQUE COULD
RESULT IN DAMAGE TO ENGINE PARTS.

(1) TORQUE the fuel manifold tube nuts (10), at the fuel distribution
valve, with the WRENCH-TIGHTEN (IAE1P16139) to between 85 and 95
lbf.in (0.96 and 1.07 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(2) Continue to TORQUE the applicable tube nuts (10) until the nuts hold
the necessary torque. If a nut will not hold torque after four torque
procedures, replace and/or repair the fuel manifold or seals.


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(3) TORQUE the applicable tube nuts (4) at the fuel nozzles to between
205 and 225 lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-
013).

(4) Continue to TORQUE the applicable tube nuts (4) until the nuts hold
the necessary torque. If a nut will not hold torque after four torque
procedures, replace and/or repair the fuel manifold or seals.

(5) Do a fuel manifold clearance check at fuel nozzle number 18.

(a) Make sure the clearance between the fuel manifold and the fuel
manifold bracket is 0.098 in. (2.489 mm) or more.

(6) Safety the tube nuts (4) and (10) with lockwire (Material No. V02-
141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-012).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-11-41-410-058

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the thrust reverser halves (Ref. TASK 78-32-00-410-010):


FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR.
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR.

Subtask 73-11-41-440-051

B. Activate the thrust reverser HCU (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-440-012).

Subtask 73-11-41-410-055

C. Close Access

(1) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).


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Subtask 73-11-41-790-051

D. Do this test:

(1) Do an Idle Leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).

NOTE : A dry motor leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-045) may be


____
used to check for leaks, but this must be followed by an idle
leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).

NOTE : A wet motor leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-046) may be


____
used to check for leaks, but this must be followed by an idle
leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).


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FUEL TUBES - RIGID, POWER PLANT - REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
______________________________________________________

TASK 73-11-47-000-010

Removal of the Rigid Fuel Tube, Aircraft to the LP Pump

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER
_______
THE ENGINE IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO
ONE HOUR.

WARNING : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL STAY ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE
_______
FUEL FROM YOUR SKIN WITH WATER. THE FUEL IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO
THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND IN TO YOUR BODY.

CAUTION : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL OR OIL FALL ON THE ENGINE. UNWANTED FUEL OR
_______
OIL MUST BE REMOVED IMMEDIATELY WITH A CLEAN LINT FREE CLOTH. THE
FUEL OR OIL CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE PROTECTION AND TO SOME
PARTS.

CAUTION : DO NOT PUT FUEL THAT HAS BEEN DRAINED FROM THE ENGINE BACK IN TO THE
_______
FUEL SYSTEM.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific caps/covers/plugs
No specific container, capacity 1 USgal (4 L)
No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)


73-11-47-991-151 Fig. 401


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-11-47-941-051

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

Subtask 73-11-47-010-051

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls. (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010)


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(2) Put the access platform in position

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-11-47-020-050

A. Removal of the rigid fuel tube, aircraft to the LP pump


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-11-47-991-151)

(1) Do the steps which follow :

CAUTION : HOLD THE UNION DURING THE DISCONNECT PROCEDURE TO PREVENT


_______
DAMAGE TO THE FLEXIBLE HOSE.

(a) Loosen the bolts (2) and the nuts (4)


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(b) Loosen the fuel tubes (6) and (7) at the unions on the mounting
bracket and drain the fuel into the container, capacity 1 USgal
(4 L)

(c) Loosen the nut (5) at the union on the mounting bracket.

(2) Remove the aircraft to the LP pump fuel tube

(a) Remove the bolts (9) and the washers (11).

(b) Remove the bolts (12) and disconnect the fuel tube (6) from the
LP fuel pump. Drain the fuel into the clean container, capacity 1
USgal (4 L)

(c) Disconnection of the tube

CAUTION : HOLD THE UNION DURING THE DISCONNECT PROCEDURE TO


_______
PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE FLEXIBLE HOSE.

1
_ Disconnect the tube (6) from the union on the mounting bracket
and remove the tube from the engine.

(d) Remove and discard the sealing ring (13) from the tube flange.

(3) Remove the clips (10) from the tube and keep them for the
installation of the replacement tube.

Subtask 73-11-47-620-050

B. Put the applicable caps/covers/plugs on all the openings.


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Rigid Fuel Tubes


Figure 401/TASK 73-11-47-991-151- 12 (SHEET 1)


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Figure 401/TASK 73-11-47-991-151- 22 (SHEET 2)


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TASK 73-11-47-400-010

Installation of the Rigid Fuel Tube, Aircraft to the LP Pump

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific warning notice


No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)
R No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 50.00 lbf.in
R (0.00 to 0.56 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 30.00 to 220.00 lbf.in
(0.34 to 2.60 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 62.00 to 900.00 lbf.in
(0.70 to 10.00 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 180.00 to 1800.00 lbf.in
(2.00 to 20.00 m.daN)

B. Expendable Parts

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FIG.ITEM |DESIGNATION |IPC-CSN
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

13 seal ring 73-12-41 80A-050


13 seal ring 73-12-41 80A-050A
13 seal ring 73-12-41 80A-050B
13 seal ring 73-12-41 80A-050C
13 seal ring 73-12-41 80A-050D
13 seal ring 73-12-41 80A-050E


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C. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

70-23-11-911-013 General Torque Tightening Techniques


70-23-13-911-010 Procedures for the Installation of Preformed Packings
71-00-00-710-012 Test No.3 : Idle Leak Check
71-00-00-710-045 Test No.1 : Dry Motor Leak Check
71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
73-11-47-991-151 Fig. 401

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-11-47-860-050

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU, make sure that a
warning notice is in position to tell persons not to start the
engine.

(2) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU, make sure that the ON legend
of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2) pushbutton switch is off. Make sure
that a warning notice is in position to tell persons not to energize
the FADEC 1(2).

(3) Make sure that the access platform is in position.

Subtask 73-11-47-010-053

B. Make sure that the fan cowl doors are open: (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010)
FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR


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Subtask 73-11-47-420-052

C. Do these steps :
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-11-47-991-151)

(1) Install the clips (10) to the replacement fuel tube (6).

(2) Install a new seal ring (13) to the tube flange (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-
911-010).

Subtask 73-11-47-630-050

D. Remove the applicable covers/caps/plugs from all of the openings.

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-11-47-991-151)

Subtask 73-11-47-420-050

A. Installation of the rigid fuel tube, aircraft to the LP pump

(1) Install the aircraft to the LP fuel pump tube:

(a) Put the fuel tube (6) on the engine.

(b) Attach the fuel tube and the bracket to the LP fuel pump with the
bolts (12).

(c) TORQUE the bolts (12) to 100 lbf.in (1.13 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-
23-11-911-013).

(2) Attach the clips:

(a) Attach the clips (10) with the bolts (9) and the washers (11).

(b) TORQUE the bolts (9) to 40 lbf.in (0.45 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
11-911-013).


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(3) Connect the fuel tubes (6) and (7):

(a) Connect the fuel tube (6) to the union on the mounting bracket.

(b) Examine the mounting bracket installation. Make sure there is no


clearance between the mounting bracket and the union. Make sure
that the mounting bracket is horizontal. If there is a clearance
at the mounting bracket, disconnect the tubes (6) and (7) and do
the steps that follow:

1
_ Adjust the mounting bracket (on the bolt slots) until it is
horizontal.

2
_ Remove the nuts (5) and (8) from the unions.

3
_ Install the applicable washers (1) and (3) between the unions
and the mounting bracket. Install the nuts (5) and (8).

4
_ Tighten the bolts (2) and the nuts (4).

5
_ Tighten the nuts (5) and (8).

6
_ Connect the tubes (6) and (7) to the unions on the mounting
bracket.

7
_ Make sure there is no clearance and that the mounting bracket
is horizontal.

(c) TORQUE the bolts (2) and the nuts (4) to 100 lbf.in (1.13 m.daN)
(Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(d) Do the steps that follow:

CAUTION : HOLD THE UNIONS DURING THE TORQUE PROCEDURE TO PREVENT


_______
DAMAGE TO THE FLEXIBLE HOSES.

1
_ TORQUE the nut (5) to between 960 and 1120 lbf.in (10.84 and
12.65 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

2
_ TORQUE the nut (8) to between 240 and 280 lbf.in (2.71 and
3.16 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

3
_ TORQUE the connector nut of the tube (6) to between 1520 and
1680 lbf.in (17.17 and 18.98 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-
013).


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4
_ TORQUE the connector nut of the tube (7) to between 470 and
510 lbf.in (5.31 and 5.76 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-11-47-410-051

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010).


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(3) Remove the access platform(s).

(4) Remove the warning notice(s).

Subtask 73-11-47-790-050

B. Test requirements

(1) Do an Idle Leak Check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).

NOTE : A dry motor leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-045) may be


____
used to check for leaks, but this must be followed by an idle
leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012)


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TASK 73-11-47-000-011

Removal of the Rigid Fuel Tube, Fuel Diverter and Return Valve (FDRV) 4018KS

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER
_______
THE ENGINE IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO
ONE HOUR.

WARNING : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL STAY ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE
_______
FUEL FROM YOUR SKIN WITH WATER. THE FUEL IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO
THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND IN TO YOUR BODY.

CAUTION : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL OR OIL FALL ON THE ENGINE. UNWANTED FUEL OR
_______
OIL MUST BE REMOVED IMMEDIATELY WITH A CLEAN LINT FREE CLOTH. THE
FUEL OR OIL CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE PROTECTION AND TO SOME
PARTS.

CAUTION : DO NOT PUT FUEL THAT HAS BEEN DRAINED FROM THE ENGINE BACK IN TO THE
_______
FUEL SYSTEM.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific caps/covers/plugs
No specific container, capacity 1 USgal (4 L)
No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)


73-11-47-991-151 Fig. 401


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-11-47-941-050

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

Subtask 73-11-47-010-052

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010)


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(2) Put the access platform in position.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-11-47-020-051

A. Removal of the rigid fuel tube, fuel diverter and return valve
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-11-47-991-151)

(1) Do the steps which follow :

CAUTION : HOLD THE UNION DURING THE DISCONNECT PROCEDURE TO PREVENT


_______
DAMAGE TO THE FLEXIBLE HOSE.

(a) Loosen the bolts (2) and the nuts (4).


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(b) Loosen the fuel tubes (6) and (7) from the unions on the mounting
bracket and drain the fuel into the container, capacity 1 USgal
(4 L).

(c) Loosen the nut (8) at the union on the mounting bracket.

(2) Remove the FDRV to the aircraft fuel tube

(a) Remove the bolts (14) and disconnect the tube from the fuel
diverter and return valve. Drain the fuel into the clean
container, capacity 1 USgal (4 L)

(b) Disconnection of the tube

CAUTION : HOLD THE UNION DURING THE DISCONNECT PROCEDURE TO


_______
PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE FLEXIBLE HOSE.

1
_ Disconnect the tube (7) from the union on the mounting bracket
and remove the tube from the engine.

(c) Remove and discard the sealing ring (15) from the tube flange.

Subtask 73-11-47-620-051

B. Put the applicable caps/covers/plugs on all the openings.


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TASK 73-11-47-400-011

Installation of the Rigid Fuel Tube, Fuel Diverter and Return Valve (FDRV)
4018KS to the Aircraft

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific warning notice


No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 30.00 to 220.00 lbf.in
(0.34 to 2.60 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 62.00 to 900.00 lbf.in
(0.70 to 10.00 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 180.00 to 1800.00 lbf.in
(2.00 to 20.00 m.daN)

B. Expendable Parts

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FIG.ITEM |DESIGNATION |IPC-CSN
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

15 sealing ring 73-13-42 80 -180

C. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

70-23-11-911-013 General Torque Tightening Techniques


70-23-13-911-010 Procedures for the Installation of Preformed Packings
71-00-00-710-012 Test No.3 : Idle Leak Check
71-00-00-710-045 Test No.1 : Dry Motor Leak Check
71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
73-11-47-991-151 Fig. 401


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-11-47-860-051

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU, make sure that a
warning notice is in position to tell persons not to start the
engine.

(2) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU, make sure that the ON legend
of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2) pushbutton switch is off. Make sure
that a warning notice is in position to tell persons not to energize
the FADEC 1(2).

(3) Make sure that the access platform is in position.

Subtask 73-11-47-010-054

B. Make sure that the fan cowl doors are open: (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010)
FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

Subtask 73-11-47-420-053

C. Install a new sealing ring (15) to the tube flange (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-
911-010)
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-11-47-991-151)

Subtask 73-11-47-630-051

D. Remove the applicable covers/caps/plugs from all of the openings.


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4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-11-47-991-151)

Subtask 73-11-47-420-051

A. Installation of the rigid fuel tube, fuel diverter and return valve.

(1) Install the FDRV to the aircraft fuel tube:

(a) Put the fuel tube (7) on the engine.

(b) Attach the fuel tube to the fuel diverter and return valve with
the bolts (14).

(c) TORQUE the bolts to 100 lbf.in (1.13 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-
911-013).

(2) Connect the fuel tubes (6) and (7):

(a) Connect the fuel tube (7) to the union on the mounting bracket.

(b) Examine the mounting bracket installation. Make sure there is no


clearance between the mounting bracket and the union. Make sure
that the mounting bracket is horizontal. If there is a clearance
at the mounting bracket, disconnect the tubes (6) and (7) and do
the steps that follow:

1
_ Adjust the mounting bracket (on the bolt slots) until it is
horizontal.

2
_ Remove the nuts (5) and (8) from the unions.

3
_ Install the applicable washers (1) and (3) between the unions
and the mounting bracket. Install the nuts (5) and (8).

4
_ Tighten the bolts (2) and the nuts (4).

5
_ Tighten the nuts (5) and (8).

6
_ Connect the tubes (6) and (7) to the unions on the mounting
bracket.

7
_ Make sure there is no clearance and that the mounting bracket
is horizontal.


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(c) TORQUE the bolts (2) and the nuts (4) to 100 lbf.in (1.13 m.daN)
(Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(d) Do the steps that follow :

CAUTION : HOLD THE UNIONS DURING THE TORQUE PROCEDURE TO PREVENT


_______
DAMAGE TO THE FLEXIBLE HOSES.

1
_ TORQUE the nut (5) to between 960 and 1120 lbf.in (10.84 and
12.65 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

2
_ TORQUE the nut (8) to between 240 and 280 lbf.in (2.71 and
3.16 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

3
_ TORQUE the connector nut of the tube (6) to between 1520 and
1680 lbf.in (17.17 and 18.98 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-
013).

4
_ TORQUE the connector nut of the tube (7) to between 470 and
510 lbf.in (5.31 and 5.76 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-11-47-410-052

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010).


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(3) Remove the access platform(s).

(4) Remove the warning notice(s).


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Subtask 73-11-47-790-051

B. Test requirements

(1) Do an Idle Leak Check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).

NOTE : A dry motor leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-045) may be


____
used to check for leaks, but this must be followed by an idle
leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).


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FUEL TUBES - RIGID, POWER PLANT - INSPECTION/CHECK
__________________________________________________

TASK 73-11-47-200-010

General Check of the Power Plant Rigid Fuel Tubes

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER
_______
THE ENGINE IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO
ONE HOUR.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This task gives the procedure for a general check of the power plant rigid
fuel tubes without component removal.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific inspection lamp


No specific inspection mirror
No specific lint free cloth
No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 1.5 m (4 ft. 11 in.)

B. Consumable Materials

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. V01-002 *


cleaning fluid (Ref. 70-30-00)

C. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)


71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
73-11-47-991-150 Fig. 601


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-11-47-941-052

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

Subtask 73-11-47-010-050

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(2) Put the access platform in position on the left side of the engine.

Subtask 73-11-47-110-050

C. Clean the rigid fuel tubes


(Ref. Fig. 601/TASK 73-11-47-991-150)

WARNING : DO NOT GET CLEANING FLUID ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES. PUT ON
_______
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, GOGGLES AND A FACE MASK. USE THE FLUID IN
A WELL VENTILATED AREA. DO NOT BREATHE THE VAPOR. IF YOU GET
THE CLEANING FLUID ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES FLUSH IT AWAY
WITH WATER. GET MEDICAL AID IF YOUR SKIN OR EYES BECOME
IRRITATED.

(1) Use a clean lint free cloth made moist with cleaning fluid (Material
No. V01-002) to clean the rigid fuel tubes (1) and (2).


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Power Plant Rigid Fuel Tubes


Figure 601/TASK 73-11-47-991-150


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(2) Dry the fuel tubes with a clean lint free cloth.

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 601/TASK 73-11-47-991-150)

Subtask 73-11-47-210-050

A. Examine the rigid fuel tubes with the inspection lamp and the inspection
mirror

(1) Examine the fuel tubes (1) and (2) for security of attachment.

(a) If the fuel tubes are loose, examine these items of damage, wear
and loss of torque:

1
_ The attachment bolts.

2
_ The attachment clips.

3
_ The lockwire that safeties the connectors.

4
_ The union nuts and the unions.

5
_ The attachment bracket.

(b) If one (some) of the items has (have) damage or wear, reject it
(them).

(2) Examine the rigid fuel tubes (1) and (2) connections for leaks. No
leaks are permitted.

(a) If leaks are found:

1
_ Examine the attachment bolts and the union nuts for loss of
torque.

2
_ If there is a loss of torque, examine the attachment bolts and
the union nuts for damage and wear.

3
_ If damage or wear is found, reject it (them).

(3) Examine the general condition of the rigid fuel tubes (1) and (2)

(a) Examine the fuel tubes for cracks, dents or damage.

1
_ If the tube(s) has (have) cracks, reject it (them).


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2
_ If the tube(s) has (have) damage or dents, reject it (them).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-11-47-410-050

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010)


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

(4) Remove the access platform(s).


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FUEL TUBES - FLEXIBLE, POWER PLANT - REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
_________________________________________________________

TASK 73-11-48-000-010

Removal of the Power Plant Flexible Fuel Tubes

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER
_______
THE ENGINE IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO
ONE HOUR.

WARNING : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL STAY ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE
_______
FUEL FROM YOUR SKIN WITH WATER. THE FUEL IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO
THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND IN TO YOUR BODY.

CAUTION : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL OR OIL FALL ON THE ENGINE. UNWANTED FUEL OR
_______
OIL MUST BE REMOVED IMMEDIATELY WITH A CLEAN LINT FREE CLOTH. THE
FUEL OR OIL CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE PROTECTION AND TO SOME
PARTS.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific warning notice


No specific access platform 1.5 m (4 ft. 11 in.)

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)


73-11-48-991-151 Fig. 401


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-11-48-941-055

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

Subtask 73-11-48-010-056

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(2) Put the access platform in position

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-11-48-020-052

A. Remove the flexible fuel tubes


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-11-48-991-151)

(1) Remove the spacer block assembly (5) as follows:

(a) Turn the screw (3) anti-clockwise and release the steel band (4)
from around the spacer block.

(b) Remove the spacer block from around the fuel tubes (1) and (2).


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Flexible Fuel Tubes


Figure 401/TASK 73-11-48-991-151


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(2) Remove the fuel tube (1) as follows:

CAUTION : HOLD THE UNION DURING THE DISCONNECT PROCEDURE TO PREVENT


_______
DAMAGE TO THE RIGID FUEL TUBE.

(a) Disconnect the fuel tube from the union (14) on the mounting
bracket (13). Drain the fuel into the clean container, capacity 1
USgal (4 L).

(b) Remove the bolts (6) and the washers (7) that attach the fuel
tube to the pylon interface.

(c) Remove the fuel tube and discard the gasket (8).

(3) Remove the fuel tube (2) as follows:

CAUTION : HOLD THE UNION DURING THE DISCONNECT PROCEDURE TO PREVENT


_______
DAMAGE TO THE RIGID FUEL TUBE.

(a) Disconnect the fuel tube from the union (12) on the mounting
bracket. Drain the fuel into the clean container, capacity 1
USgal (4 L).

(b) Remove the bolts (11) and the washers (10) that attach the fuel
tube to the pylon interface.

(c) Remove the fuel tube and discard the gasket (9).

Subtask 73-11-48-620-050

B. Install the applicable caps/covers/plugs on all the openings.

(1) Put the applicable caps/covers/plugs on all the openings.


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TASK 73-11-48-400-010

Installation of the Power Plant Flexible Fuel Tubes

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific warning notice


No specific access platform 1.5 m (4 ft. 11 in.)
R No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 50.00 lbf.in
R (0.00 to 0.56 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 30.00 to 220.00 lbf.in
(0.34 to 2.60 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 62.00 to 900.00 lbf.in
(0.70 to 10.00 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 180.00 to 1800.00 lbf.in
(2.00 to 20.00 m.daN)

B. Consumable Materials

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. V10-077 *


approved engine oil (Ref. 70-30-00)


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C. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

70-23-11-911-013 General Torque Tightening Techniques


70-23-13-911-010 Procedures for the Installation of Preformed Packings
70-30-00-918-010 Consumable Materials Index
71-00-00-710-012 Test No.3 : Idle Leak Check
71-00-00-710-045 Test No.1 : Dry Motor Leak Check
71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
73-11-48-991-151 Fig. 401

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-11-48-941-056

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

Subtask 73-11-48-010-057

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(2) Put the access platform in position


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Subtask 73-11-48-630-050

C. Remove the applicable covers/caps/plugs from all the openings.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-11-48-420-052

A. Install the flexible fuel tubes


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-11-48-991-151)

(1) Install the fuel tube (1) as follows:

(a) Put the fuel tube in the correct position for installation.

(b) Connect the fuel tube to the union (14) on the mounting bracket
(13). Tighten the fuel tube with your hand.

(c) Apply approved engine oil (Material No. V10-077) (Ref. TASK 70-
30-00-918-010) to the threads of the bolts (6).

(d) Put a new gasket (8) on the fuel tube (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-
010).

(e) Attach the fuel tube to the pylon interface with the washers (7)
and the bolts (6).

(f) TORQUE the bolts (6) to 35 lbf.in (0.39 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
11-911-013).

CAUTION : HOLD THE UNIONS DURING THE TORQUE PROCEDURE TO PREVENT


_______
DAMAGE TO THE RIGID FUEL HOSES.

(g) TORQUE the fuel tube connector to between 470 and 510 lbf.in
(5.31 and 5.76 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(2) Install the fuel tube (2) as follows:

(a) Put the fuel tube in the correct position for installation.

(b) Connect the fuel tube to the union (12) on the mounting bracket.
Tighten the fuel tube with your hand.

(c) Apply approved engine oil (Material No. V10-077) (Ref. TASK 70-
30-00-918-010) to the threads of the bolts (11).


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(d) Put a new gasket (9) on the fuel tube (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-
010).

(e) Attach the fuel tube to the pylon interface with the washers (10)
and the bolts (11).

(f) TORQUE the bolts (11) to 100 lbf.in (1.13 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-
23-11-911-013).

CAUTION : HOLD THE UNIONS DURING THE TORQUE PROCEDURE TO PREVENT


_______
DAMAGE TO THE RIGID FUEL HOSES.

(g) TORQUE the fuel tube connector to between 1000 and 1100 lbf.in
(11.30 and 12.43 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(3) Install the spacer block assembly (5) as follows:

(a) Put the spacer block around the fuel tubes in the correct
position for installation.

(b) Attach the steel band (4) around the spacer block and turn the
screw (3) clockwise until it is in the locked position.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-11-48-410-054

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

(4) Remove the access platform(s).


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Subtask 73-11-48-790-050

B. Test requirements

(1) Do an idle leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).

NOTE : A dry motor leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-045) may be


____
used to check for leaks, but this must be followed by an idle
leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).


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FUEL TUBES - FLEXIBLE, POWER PLANT - INSPECTION/CHECK
_____________________________________________________

TASK 73-11-48-200-010

General Check of the Power Plant Flexible Fuel Tubes

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER
_______
THE ENGINE IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO
ONE HOUR.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This task gives the procedure for a general check of the power plant
flexible fuel tubes without component removal.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific inspection lamp


No specific inspection mirror
No specific lint free cloth
No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 1.5 m (4 ft. 11 in.)

B. Consumable Materials

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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Material No. V01-002 *


cleaning fluid (Ref. 70-30-00)

C. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)


71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
73-11-48-991-150 Fig. 601


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-11-48-941-051

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

Subtask 73-11-48-010-052

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(2) Put the access platform in position

Subtask 73-11-48-110-050

C. Clean the fuel tubes

WARNING : DO NOT GET CLEANING FLUID ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES. PUT ON
_______
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, GOGGLES AND A FACE MASK. USE THE FLUID IN
A WELL VENTILATED AREA. DO NOT BREATHE THE VAPOR. IF YOU GET
THE CLEANING FLUID ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES FLUSH IT AWAY
WITH WATER. GET MEDICAL AID IF YOUR SKIN OR EYES BECOME
IRRITATED.

(1) Clean the flexible fuel hoses


(Ref. Fig. 601/TASK 73-11-48-991-150)


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Power-Plant Flexible-Fuel-Hoses
Figure 601/TASK 73-11-48-991-150


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(2) Use a lint free cloth made moist with cleaning fluid (Material No.
V01-002) to clean the flexible fuel hoses (1) and (2).

(3) Dry the fuel tubes with a clean lint free cloth.

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 601/TASK 73-11-48-991-150)

Subtask 73-11-48-210-050

A. Examine the flexible fuel hoses with the inspection lamp and inspection
mirror

(1) Examine the fuel hoses (1) and (2) for security of attachment

(a) If the fuel hoses are loose, examine these items for damage, wear
and loss of torque:

1
_ The attachment bolts.

2
_ The attachment clips.

3
_ The lockwire that safeties the connectors.

4
_ The union nuts and the unions.

(b) If one (some) of the items has (have) damage or wear, reject it
(them).

(2) Examine the flexible fuel hoses (1) and (2) connections for leaks.
Leaks are not permitted

(a) If leaks are found:

1
_ Examine the attachment bolts and the union nuts for loss of
torque.

2
_ If there is a loss of torque, examine the attachment bolts and
the union nuts for damage and wear.

3
_ If damage or wear is found reject it (them).


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(3) Examine the general condition of the flexible fuel hoses (1) and (2)

(a) Examine the fuel hoses for cracks, breaks or damage

1
_ If the tube(s) has (have) cracks, reject it (them).

2
_ If the tube(s) has (have) damage or breaks, reject it (them).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-11-48-410-051

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

(4) Remove the access platform(s).


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FUEL TUBES - ENGINE - INSPECTION/CHECK
______________________________________

TASK 73-11-49-200-010

Inspection of the Engine Fuel Tubes

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This TASK supplies the data for the inspection of the engine fuel tubes.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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No specific warning notice


No specific access platform 1.5 m (4 ft. 11 in.)

B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)


71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
78-30-00-040-012 Deactivation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic Control
Unit (HCU) 4101KS for Ground Maintenance
78-30-00-440-012 Re-activation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic
Control Unit (HCU) 4101KS after Ground Maintenance
78-32-00-010-010 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Halves
78-32-00-410-010 Closing of the Thrust Reverser Halves
79-21-43-000-010 Removal of the Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler (6003EM).
79-21-43-400-010 Installation of the Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler (6003EM)
73-11-49-991-152 Fig. 601
73-11-49-991-153 Fig. 602


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-11-49-941-053

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

Subtask 73-11-49-010-052

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(2) Put the access platform in position.

Subtask 73-11-49-040-050

C. Deactivate the thrust reverser.

WARNING : THE THRUST REVERSER HYDRAULIC


_______ CONTROL UNIT (HCU) MUST BE
DEACTIVATED BEFORE WORKING ON OR AROUND THE THRUST REVERSER.
FAILURE TO DEACTIVATE THE HCU CAN RESULT IN INADVERTENT THRUST
REVERSER OPERATION AND INJURY TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

(1) Deactivate the thrust reverser hydraulic control unit (HCU)


(Ref. TASK 78-30-00-040-012).


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Subtask 73-11-49-010-053

D. Open the thrust reverser halves (Ref. TASK 78-32-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR.
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-11-49-210-050

A. Visually examine the engine fuel tubes for dents, nicks, fretting and
scoring.

(1) Dents:

(a) Smooth dents of a large area relative to depth:

1
_ That does not decrease the diameter of the tube by more than
10 percent at one point, accept it.

2
_ That decrease the diameter of the tube by more than 10 percent
at one point, reject it.

3
_ When they are not within one diameter or 0.5 in. (12.7 mm),
whichever is the greater, from the tube end fitting, accept
it.

4
_ When they are within one diameter or 0.5 in. (12.7 mm),
whichever is the greater, of the tube end fitting, reject it.

(b) Smooth dents of a small area up to 0.125 in.2 (80.6 mm2):

1
_ With a smooth bottom and not more than 0.015 in. (0.38 mm) or
less in depth on the external surface of a bend, accept it.

2
_ When their depth is more than 0.015 in. (0.38 mm) on the
external surface of a bend, reject it.

3
_ With a smooth bottom and not more than 0.025 in. (0.63 mm) or
less in depth on other sections of the tube, accept it.

4
_ When their depth is more than 0.025 in. (0.63 mm) reject it.


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5
_ When they are not within one diameter or 0.5 in. (12.7 mm),
whichever is the greater, from the tube end fitting, accept
it.

6
_ When they are within one diameter or 0.5 in. (12.7 mm),
whichever is the greater, from the tube end fitting, reject
it.

(c) Dents which are not smooth, reject them.

(2) Nicks:

(a) With a smooth bottom and not more than 0.004 in. (0.10 mm) in
depth and all burrs have been removed, accept it.

(b) With a bottom that is not smooth or is more than 0.004 in. (0.10
mm) in depth, reject it.

(c) On the external surface of a bend, reject it.

(3) Fretting:

(a) All tube, except in (b)

1
_ Accept fretting up to maximum of 0.004 in. (0.1015 mm).

(b) Fuel tube FCOC to pump at clipping point CP0795.


(Ref. Fig. 601/TASK 73-11-49-991-152)

1
_ Accept fretting up to 0.008 in. (0.2031 mm) only if SBE
73-0060 is incorporated.

(c) Reject tubes with fretting in excess of (a) and (b).

Subtask 73-11-49-210-052

B. Visually Examine the Internal Housing Surface


(Ref. Fig. 602/TASK 73-11-49-991-153)

(1) Wear on the housings (1), (2) and (3).

(a) Remove the housings (1), (2) or (3) (Ref. TASK 79-21-43-000-010).

(2) Not more than 0.004 in. (0.10 mm) in depth, accept it.

(3) More than 0.004 in. (0.10 mm) in depth, reject it.


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Tube - FCOC to Pump


Figure 601/TASK 73-11-49-991-152


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Figure 602/TASK 73-11-49-991-153


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(4) Install the fuel tubes and the housings (1), (2) and (3) (Ref. TASK
79-21-43-400-010).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-11-49-410-051

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Remove the ground support equipment

(3) Close the thrust reverser halves (Ref. TASK 78-32-00-410-010):


FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR.
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR.

Subtask 73-11-49-440-050

B. Activate the thrust reverser HCU (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-440-012).

Subtask 73-11-49-410-052

C. Close Access

(1) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

(3) Remove the access platform(s).


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PUMPS - LP/HP FUEL - REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
_________________________________________

TASK 73-12-41-000-010

Removal of the Low Pressure (LP)/High Pressure (HP) Fuel Pump (2001EM1)

WARNING : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL STAY ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE
_______
FUEL FROM YOUR SKIN WITH WATER. THE FUEL IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO
THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND IN TO YOUR BODY.

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER
_______
THE ENGINE IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO
ONE HOUR.

WARNING : BE CAREFUL DURING THE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION OF THE LP/HP FUEL PUMP


_______
BECAUSE IT WEIGHS 30.5lb (13.8kg).

CAUTION : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL OR OIL FALL ON THE ENGINE. UNWANTED FUEL OR
_______
OIL MUST BE REMOVED IMMEDIATELY WITH A CLEAN LINT FREE CLOTH. THE
FUEL OR OIL CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE PROTECTION AND TO SOME
PARTS.

CAUTION : DO NOT PUT FUEL THAT HAS BEEN DRAINED FROM THE ENGINE BACK IN TO THE
_______
FUEL SYSTEM.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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No specific covers, caps, plugs


No specific warning notice
IAE1R18003 1 WRENCH


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71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)


73-11-47-000-010 Removal of the Rigid Fuel Tube, Aircraft to the LP
Pump
73-11-47-000-011 Removal of the Rigid Fuel Tube, Fuel Diverter and
Return Valve (FDRV) 4018KS
73-22-52-000-010 Removal of the Fuel Metering Unit (FMU) (4000KC)
73-31-17-000-010 Removal of the Fuel Flow Transmitter (4010KS)
73-12-41-991-150 Fig. 401
73-12-41-991-152 Fig. 402
73-12-41-991-162 Fig. 403
73-12-41-991-164 Fig. 404

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-12-41-941-052

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).


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Subtask 73-12-41-010-057

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-12-41-010-058

A. Removal of the Fuel Metering Unit (FMU)

(1) Remove the FMU (1) (Ref. TASK 73-22-52-000-010)


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-12-41-991-150)

(a) Remove the electrical connectors and the tubes from the FMU (1).

(b) Remove the FMU (1) from the fuel pump.

Subtask 73-12-41-020-057

B. Removal of the Fuel Tube and Disconnection of the Rigid Fuel Tubes

(1) Remove the fuel tube (11).


(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 73-12-41-991-152)

Pre SBE 73-0078

(a) Remove the bolt (23), the nut (21) and the washer (22) which
attach the clip (24) to the bracket at detail E.

(b) Remove the bolt (28), the clipnut (25), the spacer (30) and the
washer (27) which attach the clips (26) and (29) to the bracket
at detail G.

(c) Remove the bolt (32), the nut (34) and the washers (31) and (33)
which attach the clip (35) to the lug at detail H.

(d) Remove the bolt (36), the nut (38) and the washer (40) which
attach the clips (37) and (39) to the lug at detail I.

(e) Remove the bolt (46), the nut (43) the washers (42) and (45)
which attach the clips (41) and (44) to the lug at detail J.


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Figure 401/TASK 73-12-41-991-150- 12 (SHEET 1)


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Figure 401/TASK 73-12-41-991-150- 22 (SHEET 2)


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Figure 402/TASK 73-12-41-991-152- 15 (SHEET 1)


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Figure 402/TASK 73-12-41-991-152- 25 (SHEET 2)


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(f) Remove the bolt (49), the clipnut (47) and the washer (50) which
attach the clips (48) and (51) to the bracket at detail L.

(g) Cut out and discard the lockwire which safeties the union nut of
the fuel tube (61) to the fuel tube (11) at detail F.

(h) Disconnect the union nut of the fuel tube (61) from the fuel tube
(11) at detail F. Use the WRENCH (IAE1R18003).

(i) Cut and discard the lockwire which safeties the union nut of the
fuel tube (62) to the fuel tube (11) at detail K.

(j) Disconnect the union nut of the fuel tube (62) from the fuel tube
(11) at detail K.

(k) Cut and discard the lockwire which safeties the union nut of the
fuel tube (69) to the fuel tube (11) at detail D.

(l) Disconnect the union nut of the fuel tube (69) from the fuel tube
(11) at detail D. Use the WRENCH (IAE1R18003).

(m) Remove the three bolts (65) which attach the fuel tube (11) to
the FCOC at detail C.

(n) Remove and discard the sealing ring (68) from the fuel tube (11)
at detail C.

NOTE : Do not remove the restrictor (66) and the retaining ring
____
(67) from the fuel tube (11) at detail C.

(o) Remove the three bolts (63) which attach the fuel tube (11) to
the fuel pump at detail M.

(p) Remove and discard the sealing ring (64) from the fuel tube (11)
at detail M.

(q) Remove the fuel tube (11) from the fuel pump.

(2) Remove the fuel tubes (11) and (17)


(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 73-12-41-991-152)

SBE 73-0078

(a) Remove the bolt (23), the nut (21) and the washer (22) which
attach the clip (24) to the bracket at detail E. Clipping point
0306.


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(b) Remove the bolt (28), the clipnut (25), the spacer (30) and the
washer (27) which attach the clips (26) and (29) to the bracket
at detail G. Clipping point 0305.

(c) Remove the bolt (100), the spacer (102), the nut (103) and the
washer (105) which attach the clips (101) and (104) to the lug at
detail I. Clipping point 0304.

(d) Remove the bolt (112), the spacer (110), the nut (108) and the
washers (107) and (111) which attach the clips (106) and (109) to
the lug at detail J. Clipping point 0319.

(e) Remove the bolt (49), the clipnut (47) and the washer (50) which
attach the clips (48) and (51) to the bracket at detail L.
Clipping point 0302.

(f) Cut and discard the lockwire which safeties the union nut of the
fuel tube (61) to the fuel tube (117) at detail F.

(g) Disconnect the union nut of the fuel tube (61) from the fuel tube
(117) at detail F. Use WRENCH (IAE1R18003).

(h) Cut and discard the lockwire which safeties the union nut of the
fuel tube (69) to the fuel tube (117).

(i) Disconnect the union nut of the fuel tube (69) from the fuel tube
(117). Use WRENCH (IAE1R18003).

(j) Remove the three bolts (116) and three nuts (113) which attach
the fuel tube (11) to the fuel tube (117).

NOTE : Do not remove the restrictor (114) and the retaining ring
____
(118) from the fuel tube (11).

(k) Remove the three bolts (119) which attach the fuel tube (11) to
the FCOC.

(l) Remove and discard the sealing rings (110) and (115) from the
fuel tube (11).

(m) Remove the three bolts (120) which attach the fuel tube (117) to
the fuel pump at detail M.

(n) Remove and discard the sealing ring (121) from the fuel tube
(117) at detail M.


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(o) Remove the fuel tube (117) from the fuel pump.

END of SBE

(3) Disconnect the rigid fuel tubes (73) and (71) from the FDRV and the
fuel pump (Ref. TASK 73-11-47-000-010) (Ref. TASK 73-11-47-000-011).
(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 73-12-41-991-162)

Subtask 73-12-41-010-059

C. Removal of the Fuel Flow Transmitter

(1) Remove the fuel flow transmitter (72) (Ref. TASK 73-31-17-000-010)
(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 73-12-41-991-162)

NOTE : It is necessary to remove the fuel flow transmitter to make


____
sufficient space to remove the fuel pump.

Subtask 73-12-41-020-058

D. Removal of the Fuel Pump

(1) Remove the fuel pump (83).


(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 73-12-41-991-164)

CAUTION : HOLD THE WEIGHT OF THE LP/HP FUEL PUMP DURING REMOVAL OF
_______
THE V-BAND CLAMP TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE PUMP SHAFT AND
SPLINE.

(a) Remove the clamps (82).

1
_ Disengage the fail-safe latch of the clamp (82) with a
screwdriver.

2
_ Remove the stiff-nut from the T-bolt.

3
_ Remove the clamp (82).

(b) Remove the fuel pump (83).

(c) Remove and discard the sealing rings (81) and (86).

(2) Put the applicable covers, caps, plugs on all of the openings.


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Rigid Fuel Tubes and Fuel Flow Transmitter


Figure 403/TASK 73-12-41-991-162


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Figure 404/TASK 73-12-41-991-164


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TASK 73-12-41-400-010

Installation of the Low Pressure (LP)/High Pressure (HP) Fuel Pump (2001EM1)

WARNING : DO NOT GET ENGINE OIL ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE OIL
_______
FROM YOUR SKIN WITH WATER. THE OIL IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO THROUGH
YOUR SKIN AND IN TO YOUR BODY.

WARNING : BE CAREFUL DURING THE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION OF THE LP/HP FUEL PUMP


_______
BECAUSE IT WEIGHS 30.5lb (13.8kg).

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific lint free cloth


No specific warning notice
R No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 50.00 lbf.in
R (0.00 to 0.56 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 30.00 to 220.00 lbf.in
(0.34 to 2.60 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 62.00 to 900.00 lbf.in
(0.70 to 10.00 m.daN)
IAE1R18003 1 WRENCH

B. Consumable Materials

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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Material No. V01-124 *


cleaning fluid (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V02-147 USA MS20995C32
lockwire (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-038 *
petroleum jelly (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-060 *
liquid paraffin (Ref. 70-30-00)


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C. Expendable Parts

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FIG.ITEM |DESIGNATION |IPC-CSN
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64 sealing ring 73-12-41 80A-050


64 sealing ring 73-12-41 80A-050A
64 sealing ring 73-12-41 80A-050B
64 sealing ring 73-12-41 80A-050C
64 sealing ring 73-12-41 80A-050D
64 sealing ring 73-12-41 80A-050E
68 sealing ring 73-12-41 80A-050
68 sealing ring 73-12-41 80A-050A
68 sealing ring 73-12-41 80A-050B
68 sealing ring 73-12-41 80A-050C
68 sealing ring 73-12-41 80A-050D
68 sealing ring 73-12-41 80A-050E
81 sealing ring 73-12-41 80A-080
86 sealing ring 73-12-41 80A-090
110 sealing ring 79-21-43 80A-060
115 sealing ring 73-12-41 81A-195
121 sealing ring 73-13-42 80 -180

D. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

70-23-11-911-013 General Torque Tightening Techniques


70-23-13-911-010 Procedures for the Installation of Preformed Packings
70-40-11-911-014 Locking Devices General Information
71-00-00-710-012 Test No.3 : Idle Leak Check
71-00-00-710-045 Test No.1 : Dry Motor Leak Check
71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
73-11-47-400-010 Installation of the Rigid Fuel Tube, Aircraft to the
LP Pump
73-11-47-400-011 Installation of the Rigid Fuel Tube, Fuel Diverter
and Return Valve (FDRV) 4018KS to the Aircraft
73-22-52-400-010 Installation of the Fuel Metering Unit (FMU) (4000KC)
73-31-17-400-010 Installation of the Fuel Flow Transmitter (4010KS)
73-12-41-991-150 Fig. 401
73-12-41-991-152 Fig. 402
73-12-41-991-162 Fig. 403
73-12-41-991-164 Fig. 404


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-12-41-860-052

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU, make sure that a
warning notice is in position to tell persons not to start the
engine.

(2) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU, make sure that the ON legend
of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2) pushbutton switch is off. Make sure
that a warning notice is in position to tell persons not to energize
the FADEC 1(2).

Subtask 73-12-41-010-060

B. Make sure that the fan cowls are open (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):
FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-12-41-110-051

A. Cleaning of the LP/HP Fuel Pump Mounting Pad

WARNING : DO NOT GET CLEANING FLUID ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES. PUT ON
_______
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, GOGGLES AND A FACE MASK. USE THE FLUID IN
A WELL VENTILATED AREA. DO NOT BREATHE THE VAPOR. IF YOU GET
THE CLEANING FLUID ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES FLUSH IT AWAY
WITH WATER. GET MEDICAL AID IF YOUR SKIN OR EYES BECOME
IRRITATED.

(1) Use a lint free cloth, made moist with cleaning fluid (Material No.
V01-124), to clean the LP/HP fuel pump mounting pad on the gearbox.


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Subtask 73-12-41-420-056

B. Installation of the Fuel Pump

(1) Remove the covers/caps/plugs from all of the openings.

(2) Install the fuel pump (83).


(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 73-12-41-991-164)

(a) Lubricate new sealing rings (81) and (86) with liquid paraffin
(Material No. V10-060) or petroleum jelly (Material No. V10-038).

(b) Install the new sealing ring (81) and sealing ring (86) in the
grooves of the fuel pump (83) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(3) Install the pump on the adapter.

CAUTION : HOLD THE WEIGHT OF THE LP/HP FUEL PUMP UNTIL THE CLAMP IS
_______
FULLY INSTALLED TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE PUMP SHAFT AND
SPLINE.

(a) Align the spline shaft of the fuel pump (83) with the spline gear
of the gearbox.

(b) Align the aligning pin on the pump with the aligning hole in the
adapter (85).

(c) Install the pump (83) on the adapter (85).

(d) Put the clamp (82) around the flanges of the adapter (85) and the
fuel pump (83).

(e) Lock the clamp (82) on the flanges with the T-bolt, the trunnion
and the stiff-nut.

(f) Tighten the stiff-nut to engage with the fail-safe latch of the
clamp (82).

NOTE : The fail-safe latch clicks when it is engaged.


____

(g) TORQUE the stiff-nut to between 70 and 90 lbf.in (0.79 and 1.01
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

Subtask 73-12-41-410-055

C. Install the fuel flow transmitter (62) (Ref. TASK 73-31-17-400-010).


(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 73-12-41-991-162)


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Subtask 73-12-41-420-057

D. Connection of the Rigid Fuel Tubes and Installation of the Fuel Tube

(1) Connect the rigid fuel tubes (73) and (71) (Ref. TASK 73-11-47-400-
010) (Ref. TASK 73-11-47-400-011).
(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 73-12-41-991-162)

(2) Install the fuel tube (11).


(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 73-12-41-991-152)

Pre SBE 73-0078

(a) Make sure that the restrictor (66) and the retaining ring (67)
are installed in the fuel tube (11) at detail C.

(b) Lubricate new sealing rings (64) and (68) with liquid paraffin
(Material No. V10-060) or petroleum jelly (Material No. V10-038)
at details C and M.

(c) Install the new sealing ring (64) and sealing ring (68) into the
grooves on the ends of the fuel tube (11) at details C and M.

(d) Attach the flange of the fuel tube (11) to the fuel pump with the
three bolts (63) at detail M.
Tighten the bolts lightly.

(e) Attach the flange of the fuel tube (11) to the FCOC with the
three bolts (65) at detail C.
Tighten the bolts lightly.

(f) Connect the fuel tube (69) to the fuel tube (11) at detail D.
Tighten the union nut of the fuel tube (69) lightly.

(g) Connect the fuel tube (61) to the fuel tube (11) at detail F.
Tighten the union nut of the fuel tube (61) lightly.

(h) Connect the fuel tube (62) to the fuel tube (11) at detail K.
Tighten the union nut of the fuel tube (62) lightly.

(i) TORQUE the bolts (63) and (65) to between 85 and 105 lbf.in (0.96
and 1.18 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(j) TORQUE the union nuts of the fuel tube (69) and (61) to between
566 and 611 lbf.in (6.39 and 6.90 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-
013). Use the WRENCH (IAE1R18003).


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(k) TORQUE the union nut of the fuel tubes (62) to between 159 and
177 lbf.in (1.79 and 2.00 m.daN).

(l) Safety the union nuts of the fuel tube (69), (61) and (62) with
lockwire (Material No. V02-147) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(m) Attach the clip (24) to the bracket with the bolt (23), washer
(22) and nut (21) at detail E.

(n) Attach the clips (26) and (29) to the bracket with the bolt (28),
washer (27), spacer (30) and clipnut (25) at detail G.

(o) Attach the clip (35) to the lug with the bolt (32), washers (31)
and (33) and the nut (34) at detail H.

(p) Attach the clips (37) and (39) to the lug with the bolt (36),
washer (40) and nut (38) at detail I.

(q) Attach the clips (41) and (44) to the lug with the bolt (46),
washers (42) and (45) and nut (43) at detail J.

(r) Attach the clips (48) and (51) to the bracket with the bolt (49),
washer (50) and clipnut (47) at detail L.

(s) TORQUE the bolts (23), (28), (32), (36), (46) and (49) and nuts
(21), (34), (38) and (43) to between 36 and 45 lbf.in (0.40 and
0.50 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(3) Install the fuel tubes (11) and (117)


(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 73-12-41-991-152)

SBE 73-0078

(a) Make sure that the restrictor (114) and the retaining ring (118)
are installed in the fuel tube (11).

(b) Lubricate the new sealings rings (110), (115), and (121) with
liquid paraffin (Material No. V10-060) or petroleum jelly
(Material No. V10-038).

(c) Install the new sealing ring (110), sealing ring (115) and
sealing ring (121) in the grooves on the ends of the fuel tubes
(11) and (117).

(d) Attach the flange of the fuel tube (11) to the FCOC with the
three bolts (119). Tighten the bolts lightly.


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(e) Attach the flange of the fuel tube (117) to the fuel pump with
the three bolts (120). Tighten the bolts lightly.

(f) Attach the flange of the fuel tube (11) to the flange of the fuel
tube (117) with the three bolts (116) and the three nuts (113).
Tighten the bolts lightly.

(g) Connect the fuel tube (69) to the fuel tube (117). Tighten the
union nut of the fuel tube (69) lightly.

(h) Connect the fuel tube (61) to the fuel tube (117). Tighten the
union nut of the fuel tube (61) lightly.

(i) TORQUE the bolts (116), (119) and (120) to between 85 and 105
lbf.in (0.96 and 1.18 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(j) TORQUE the union nuts of the fuel tubes (69) and (61) to between
566 and 611 lbf.in (6.39 and 6.90 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-
013). Use WRENCH (IAE1R18003).

(k) Safety the union nuts of the fuel tubes (69) and (61) with
lockwire (Material No. V02-147) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(l) Attach the clip (24) to the bracket with the bolt (23), washer
(22) and nut (21) at detail E. Clipping point 0306.

(m) Attach the clips (26) and (29) to the bracket with the bolt (28),
washer (27), spacer (30) and clipnut (25) at detail G. Clipping
point 0305.

(n) Attach the clips (101) and (104) to the lug with the bolt (100),
washer (105), spacer (102) and nut (103) at detail I. Clipping
point 0304.

(o) Attach the clips (106) and (109) to the lug with the bolt (112),
washers (107) and (111), spacer (110) and nut (108) at detail J.
Clipping point 0319.

(p) Attach the clips (48) and (51) to the bracket with the bolt (49),
washer (50) and clipnut (47) at detail L. Clipping point 0302.

(q) TORQUE the bolts (23), (28), (100), (112) and (49) and nuts (21),
(103) and (108) to between 36 and 45 lbf.in (0.40 and 0.50 m.daN)
(Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).


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Subtask 73-12-41-410-056

E. Install the Fuel Metering Unit (FMU) (1) (Ref. TASK 73-22-52-400-010)
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-12-41-991-150)

(1) Install the FMU (1) to the fuel pump.

(2) Install the tubes and electrical connectors to the FMU (1).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-12-41-410-057

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AL
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AL

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

Subtask 73-12-41-790-052

B. Test Requirements

(1) Do an idle leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).

NOTE : A wet motor leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-045) may be


____
used to check for leaks, but this must be followed by an idle
leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).


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TASK 73-12-41-000-011

Removal of the Adapter Housing

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific covers/caps/plugs
No specific warning notice

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)


73-12-41-000-010 Removal of the Low Pressure (LP)/High Pressure (HP)
Fuel Pump (2001EM1)
73-12-41-991-166 Fig. 405

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-12-41-941-053

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.


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(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

Subtask 73-12-41-010-061

B. Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 73-12-41-991-166)

Subtask 73-12-41-010-062

A. Remove the Low Pressure/High Pressure (LP/HP) fuel pump (Ref. TASK 73-12-
41-000-010).

Subtask 73-12-41-020-059

B. Removal of the adapter housing (227)


(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 73-12-41-991-166)

(1) Remove the bolt (232) and the washer (233) which attach the clip
(231) to the bracket (234) at Detail AE.

(2) Remove the four nuts (222) and the four washers (221), the two nuts
(223) and the bracket (224).

(3) Remove the adapter housing (227).

(4) Remove and discard the sealing ring (226).

(5) Put the applicable covers/caps/plugs on all the openings.


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Adapter Housing
Figure 405/TASK 73-12-41-991-166


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TASK 73-12-41-400-011

Installation of the Adapter Housing

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific warning notice


R No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 50.00 lbf.in
R (0.00 to 0.56 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 30.00 to 220.00 lbf.in
(0.34 to 2.60 m.daN)

B. Expendable Parts

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FIG.ITEM |DESIGNATION |IPC-CSN
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

226 sealing ring 73-12-41 80A-150

C. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

70-23-11-911-013 General Torque Tightening Techniques


70-23-13-911-010 Procedures for the Installation of Preformed Packings
71-00-00-710-012 Test No.3 : Idle Leak Check
71-00-00-710-046 Test No.2 : Wet Motor Leak Check
71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
73-12-41-400-010 Installation of the Low Pressure (LP)/High Pressure
(HP) Fuel Pump (2001EM1)
73-12-41-991-166 Fig. 405


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-12-41-860-053

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU, make sure that a
warning notice is in position to tell persons not to start the
engine.

(2) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU, make sure that the ON legend
of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2) pushbutton switch is off. Make sure
that a warning notice is in position to tell persons not to energize
the FADEC 1(2).

Subtask 73-12-41-010-063

B. Make sure that the fan cowls are open (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):
FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-12-41-420-061

A. Installation of the adapter housing (227)


(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 73-12-41-991-166)

(1) Remove the applicable covers/caps/plugs from all of the openings.

(2) Install a new sealing ring (226) (226) on the adapter housing (227)
(Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(3) Install the adapter housing (227) on the gearbox (225).

(4) Install the bracket (224), the two nuts (223), the four washers (221)
and the four nuts (222).

(5) TORQUE the nuts (222) and (223) to between 180 and 220 lbf.in (2.03
and 2.48 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(6) Attach the clip (231) to the bracket (234) with the bolt (232) and
the washer (233) at Detail AE.


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(7) TORQUE the bolt (232) to between 36 and 45 lbf.in (0.40 and 0.50
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

Subtask 73-12-41-410-058

B. Install the LP/HP fuel pump (Ref. TASK 73-12-41-400-010).


(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 73-12-41-991-166)

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-12-41-410-059

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AL
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AL

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

Subtask 73-12-41-790-053

B. Test Requirements

(1) Do an idle leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).

NOTE : A wet motor leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-046) may be


____
used to check for leaks, but this must be followed by an idle
leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).


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FILTER ELEMENT - FUEL - REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
____________________________________________

TASK 73-12-42-920-010

Remove, Inspect for Contamination and Replace Main Fuel Filter

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Refer to the MPD TASK: 731000-I1

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

73-12-42-000-010 Removal of the Fuel Filter Element (2000EM)


73-12-42-200-010 Visual Inspection of the Fuel Filter Element
73-12-42-400-010 Installation of the Fuel Filter Element (2000EM)

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-12-42-869-050

A. Not Applicable

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-12-42-020-050-A

A. Remove the fuel filter element (Ref. TASK 73-12-42-000-010).

Subtask 73-12-42-210-055-A

B. Do a check for fuel contamination (Ref. TASK 73-12-42-200-010).

Subtask 73-12-42-420-051-A

C. Install a new fuel filter element (Ref. TASK 73-12-42-400-010).


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TASK 73-12-42-000-010

Removal of the Fuel Filter Element (2000EM)

WARNING : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL STAY ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE
_______
FUEL FROM YOUR SKIN WITH WATER. THE FUEL IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO
THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND IN TO YOUR BODY.

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER
_______
THE ENGINE IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO
ONE HOUR.

CAUTION : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL OR OIL FALL ON THE ENGINE. UNWANTED FUEL OR
_______
OIL MUST BE REMOVED IMMEDIATELY WITH A CLEAN LINT FREE CLOTH. THE
FUEL OR OIL CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE PROTECTION AND TO SOME
PARTS.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This TASK is for V2500-A5 engines.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific cover
No specific warning notice

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)


73-12-42-200-010 Visual Inspection of the Fuel Filter Element
73-12-42-991-151 Fig. 401


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-12-42-941-051

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

Subtask 73-12-42-865-054

B. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FOR 1000EM1
49VU ENGINE/1/HP FUEL SOV 1KC1 A01
FOR 1000EM2
49VU ENGINE/2/HP FUEL SOV 1KC2 A02

Subtask 73-12-42-010-052

C. Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR


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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-12-42-680-051

A. Drain the Fuel.

CAUTION : DO NOT PUT FUEL THAT HAS BEEN DRAINED FROM THE ENGINE BACK IN
_______
TO THE FUEL SYSTEM.

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-12-42-991-151)


SBE 79-0086

(1) Drain the fuel from Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler (FCOC).

(a) Cut and discard the wire which safeties the fuel drain plug (6)
to the fuel plug.

NOTE : Do not cut the wire which safeties the fuel plug to the
____
cap assembly (8).

(b) Put the container 2 USgal (8l) minimum capacity in position to


catch the drained fuel.

(c) Remove the fuel drain plug (6) from the fuel plug and drain the
fuel in the clean container.

(d) Remove and discard the sealing ring (5).

Subtask 73-12-42-020-052

B. Removal of the Fuel Filter Element.


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-12-42-991-151)

(1) Remove the cap assembly (8) from the FCOC.

(a) Remove the twelve nuts (1) and the washers (2) which attach the
cap assembly (8) to the flange of the FCOC. Take care to remove
the nuts gradually and smoothly in a symmetrical sequence so a
single nut is never subjected to the total spring force on the
cap. This also ensures that the components move apart gradually
and do not become damaged.

(b) Remove the cap assembly and discard the sealing ring (4).


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(2) Remove the fuel filter element (3) from the FCOC.

(a) Do a visual inspection of the fuel filter element for signs of


contamination (Ref. TASK 73-12-42-200-010).

(b) Discard the fuel filter element (3).

Subtask 73-12-42-210-051

C. Do an inspection of the cap assembly (8), FCOC mating faces, bolts (1)
and screw thread inserts (8), paying particular attention to any
contamination from debris.
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-12-42-991-151)

(1) Examine the cap assembly (8) mating face.

(a) If damaged, reject the FCOC.

(2) Examine the sealing ring location on the cap assembly (8).

(a) If damaged, reject the FCOC.

(3) Examine the FCOC mating face.

(a) If damaged, reject the FCOC.

Subtask 73-12-42-620-051

D. Put the applicable cover on the opening of the FCOC.


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TASK 73-12-42-400-010

Installation of the Fuel Filter Element (2000EM)

WARNING : DO NOT GET ENGINE OIL ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE OIL
_______
FROM YOUR SKIN WITH WATER. THE OIL IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO THROUGH
YOUR SKIN AND IN TO YOUR BODY.

WARNING : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL STAY ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE
_______
FUEL FROM YOUR SKIN WITH WATER. THE FUEL IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO
THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND INTO YOUR BODY.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This TASK is for V2500-A5 engines.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific warning notice


No specific Torque Wrench : range 30.00 to 220.00 lbf.in
(0.34 to 2.60 m.daN)

B. Consumable Materials

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. V02-147 *


corrosion resistant steel lockwire (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-077 *
approved engine oil (Ref. 70-30-00)


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C. Expendable Parts

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FIG.ITEM |DESIGNATION |IPC-CSN
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3 fuel filter element 73-12-42 80B-050


3 fuel filter element 73-12-42 80B-050A
3 fuel filter element 73-12-42 80C-050
3 fuel filter element 73-12-42 80C-050A
4 sealing ring 73-12-42 80B-040
4 sealing ring 73-12-42 80C-040
5 sealing ring 73-12-42 80B-070
5 sealing ring 73-12-42 80C-070

D. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

70-23-11-911-013 General Torque Tightening Techniques


70-23-13-911-010 Procedures for the Installation of Preformed Packings
70-40-11-911-014 Locking Devices General Information
71-00-00-710-012 Test No.3 : Idle Leak Check
71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
73-12-42-991-151 Fig. 401

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-12-42-860-051

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU, make sure that a
warning notice is in position to tell persons not to start the
engine.

(2) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU, make sure that the ON legend
of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2) pushbutton switch is off. Make sure
that a warning notice is in position to tell persons not to energize
the FADEC 1(2).


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Subtask 73-12-42-010-053

B. Make sure that the fan cowl doors are open (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):
FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

Subtask 73-12-42-630-051

C. Make sure that the cover is removed from the Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler
(FCOC).

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-12-42-420-052

A. Installation of the Fuel Filter Element.


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-12-42-991-151)

(1) Carefully install the new fuel filter element (3) into the opening of
the FCOC housing.

NOTE : Make sure that the fuel filter element is in the correct
____
position in the FCOC housing.

Subtask 73-12-42-210-053

B. Do an inspection of the cap assembly (8), FCOC mating faces.


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-12-42-991-151)

(1) Examine the cap assembly (8) mating face.

(a) If damaged, reject the FCOC.

(2) Examine the sealing ring location on the cap assembly (8).

(a) If damaged, reject the FCOC.

(3) Examine the FCOC mating face.

(a) If damaged, reject the FCOC.


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Subtask 73-12-42-410-053

C. Install the cap assembly (8).


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-12-42-991-151)
Post SBE 79-0086

(1) Lubricate the new sealing ring (4) with approved engine oil (Material
No. V10-077) and install it in the groove of the cap assembly (8)
(Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010). Make sure that the sealing ring is not
twisted when it is installed.

(2) Make sure that the end seal outer diameter of the fuel filter element
is aligned with the internal diameter of the cap assembly.

(3) Put the cap assembly (8) on the flange of the FCOC.

(4) Make sure that the cap assembly (8) is correctly installed and the
holes aligned.

(5) Install the washers (2) and the nuts (1), initially fitting by hand.
Gradually tighten the nuts in a symmetrical sequence so a single nut
is never subjected to the total spring force on the cap assembly.

(6) TORQUE the nuts to between 85 and 95 lbf.in (0.96 and 1.07 m.daN)
adhering strictly (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013). Torque the nuts
evenly and smoothly in a symmetrical sequence. This will ensure that
the components move together gradually and do not become damaged
(Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(7) Install the fuel drain plug (6).

(8) Lubricate the new sealing ring (5) with clean approved engine oil
(Material No. V10-077) and install it to the fuel drain plug (6)
(Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(9) Install the fuel drain plug (6) to the fuel plug (7).

(10) TORQUE the fuel drain plug to between 110 and 120 lbf.in (1.24 and
1.35 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(11) Safety the fuel drain plug to the fuel plug with corrosion resistant
steel lockwire (Material No. V02-147) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).


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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-12-42-410-051

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

Subtask 73-12-42-790-051

B. Do an idle leak check of the FCOC housing (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).


Leaks are not permitted.


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FILTER ELEMENT - FUEL - INSPECTION/CHECK
________________________________________

TASK 73-12-42-200-010

Visual Inspection of the Fuel Filter Element

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This task gives the procedure for the visual inspection of the fuel filter
element. You must also do this visual inspection after each removal of the
fuel filter element related to an ECAM warning Fuel Filter Clog or when
you find contamination at the bottom of the fuel filter cover during any
replacement of the fuel filter, whatever the reason.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

72-00-00-200-013 Borescope Inspection of inside of Combustion Chamber


and HP turbine stage 1 Vanes
72-00-00-200-014 Borescope Inspection of the Stage 1 HPT Blades
72-00-00-200-015 Borescope Inspection of the Stage 2 HPT Blades
73-12-42-400-010 Installation of the Fuel Filter Element (2000EM)

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-12-42-020-057

A. Not Applicable

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-12-42-210-061

A. Identification of Various Types of Contamination

(1) Contamination by solids in small amounts (dirt, sand, metallic


particles or sealant particles):

NOTE : This can be considered as normal contamination of the engine


____
mainfuel filter.

(a) Install Fuel Filter Element (Ref. TASK 73-12-42-400-010).


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(2) Contamination by solid in large amounts such as dirt, sand, metallic
particles or sealant particles (No visible bronze particles).

NOTE : Possible causes are contaminated fuel, contaminated aircraft


____
fuel tank(s), damaged aircraft boost pump, foreign material
etc.

(a) Install Fuel Filter Element (Ref. TASK 73-12-42-400-010).

(b) Do a check of the fuel filter element on the opposite engine.

(c) Do a check of the aircraft fuel tanks and clean them.

(3) Contamination by black sludge or slimy materials.

NOTE : This contamination can be due to fungus growth.


____

(a) Install Fuel Filter Element (Ref. TASK 73-12-42-400-010).

(b) Do a check of the fuel filter element on the opposite engine.

(c) Do a check of the aircraft fuel tanks and clean them. Flush the
fuel lines and do a biocidal shock treatment.

(4) Contamination by bronze particles.

NOTE : Bronze particles are a sign of engine damage, specifically a


____
failure of the LP/HP Fuel Pump. If you do not do maintenance,
more damage will occur to the engine. It will then be
necessary to replace the fuel system components.

(a) Do a check of the fuel system for contamination.

(b) Do a check of the fuel filter element on the opposite engine.

(c) Do a check of the aircraft fuel tanks and clean them.

NOTE : This kind of contamination can potentially or totally


____
block the fuel nozzle. The following inspections should be
carried out. Details of appropriate action referring to
engine or part removal are provided in the following
tasks.

(d) Do an inspection of the Combustion Chamber and HPT First Stage


Vanes (Ref. TASK 72-00-00-200-013).


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(e) Do an inspection of the Stage 1 HPT Blades (Ref. TASK 72-00-00-
200-014).

(f) Do an inspection of the Stage 2 HPT Blades (Ref. TASK 72-00-00-


200-015).


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NOZZLE - FUEL (2005EM) - REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
_____________________________________________

TASK 73-13-41-000-010

Removal of the Fuel Nozzle (2005EM1 through 2005EM20)

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER
_______
THE ENGINE IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO
ONE HOUR.

WARNING : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL STAY ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE
_______
FUEL FROM YOUR SKIN WITH WATER. THE FUEL IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO
THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND INTO YOUR BODY.

CAUTION : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL OR OIL FALL ON THE ENGINE. UNWANTED FUEL OR
_______
OIL MUST BE REMOVED IMMEDIATELY WITH A CLEAN LINT FREE CLOTH. THE
FUEL OR OIL CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE PROTECTION AND TO SOME
PARTS.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific clean container - minimum capacity 1 USgal (4 l)


No specific covers
No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)


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B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)


78-30-00-040-012 Deactivation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic Control
Unit (HCU) 4101KS for Ground Maintenance
78-32-00-010-010 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Halves
73-13-41-991-150 Fig. 401
73-13-41-991-151 Fig. 402
73-13-41-991-152 Fig. 403

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-13-41-941-050

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

Subtask 73-13-41-010-052

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(2) Put the access platform in position.


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Subtask 73-13-41-040-051

C. Deactivate the thrust reverser.

WARNING : THE THRUST REVERSER HYDRAULIC


_______ CONTROL UNIT (HCU) MUST BE
DEACTIVATED BEFORE WORKING ON OR AROUND THE THRUST REVERSER.
FAILURE TO DEACTIVATE THE HCU CAN RESULT IN INADVERTENT THRUST
REVERSER OPERATION AND INJURY TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

(1) Deactivate the thrust reverser hydraulic control unit (HCU)


(Ref. TASK 78-30-00-040-012).

Subtask 73-13-41-010-050

D. Open the thrust reverser halves (Ref. TASK 78-32-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR.
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-13-41-020-050

A. Remove the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Disconnect the fuel supply tubes from the fuel nozzles at the
location 1 and 2
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151,
403/TASK 73-13-41-991-152)

(2) Put the clean container - minimum capacity 1 USgal (4 l) in to


position to catch the drained fuel.

(a) Disconnect the fuel supply tubes (17) from the distribution valve
(13).

(b) Remove the gasket (16), the packings (12) and the transfer tube
(15).

(c) Discard the gasket (16) and the packings (12).

(d) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube (9) from
the fuel nozzle (1) that is to be removed.


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Figure 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150


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Figure 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151


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Figure 403/TASK 73-13-41-991-152


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(e) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube from the
adjacent fuel nozzle.

(f) Remove the two clamps (6) to prevent damage to the tube when you
remove the fuel nozzle.

(g) Remove the gaskets (10) from the fuel nozzles.

(h) Discard the gaskets (10).

(i) Remove the transfer tubes (11) from the two fuel nozzles.

(j) Remove the packings (3) from the transfer tubes.

(k) Discard the packings (3).

(3) Remove the fuel nozzle at location 1 or 2 from the diffuser case
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Remove the lockwire and remove the bolts (5) which attach the
fuel nozzle or the fuel nozzle and bracket to the diffuser case.

(b) Remove the bracket (4) from the fuel nozzle at location 2.

NOTE : Make a mark to show the position of the bracket. This will
____
make the installation of the fuel nozzle easier.

(c) Remove the fuel nozzle (1).

(d) Remove the gasket (2) from the fuel nozzle (1).

(e) Discard the gasket (2).

Subtask 73-13-41-020-051

B. Remove the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Disconnect the fuel supply tubes from the fuel nozzles at the
location 3 and 4
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151,
403/TASK 73-13-41-991-152)

(a) Disconnect the fuel supply tubes (17) from the distribution valve
(13).

(b) Remove the gasket (16), the packings (12) and the transfer tube
(15).


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(c) Discard the gasket (16) and the packings (12).

(d) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube (9) from
the fuel nozzle (1) that is to be removed.

(e) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube from the
adjacent fuel nozzle.

(f) Remove the clamps (6) to prevent damage to the tube when you
remove the fuel nozzle.

(g) Remove the gaskets (10) from the fuel nozzles.

(h) Discard the gaskets (10).

(i) Remove the transfer tubes (11) from the two fuel nozzles.

(j) Remove the packings (3) from the transfer tubes.

(k) Discard the packings (3).

(2) Remove the fuel nozzle at location 3 or 4 from the diffuser case
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Remove the lockwire and remove the bolts (5) which attach the
fuel nozzle or the fuel nozzle and bracket to the diffuser case.

(b) Remove the bracket at fuel nozzle location 3 away from the fuel
nozzle.

(c) Remove the fuel nozzle (1).

(d) Remove the gasket (2) from the fuel nozzle (1).

(e) Discard the gasket (2).

Subtask 73-13-41-020-052

C. Remove the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Disconnect the fuel supply tubes from the fuel nozzles at the
location 5 and 6
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151,
403/TASK 73-13-41-991-152)

(a) Disconnect the fuel supply tubes (17) from the distribution valve
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(b) Remove the gasket (16), the packings (12) and the tranfer tube
(15).

(c) Discard the gasket (16) and the packings (12).

(d) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube (9) from
the fuel nozzle (1) that is to be removed.

(e) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube from the
adjacent fuel nozzle.

(f) Remove the gaskets (10) from the fuel nozzles.

(g) Discard the gaskets (10).

(h) Remove the transfer tubes (11) from the fuel nozzles.

(i) Remove the packings (3) from the transfer tubes.

(j) Discard the packings (3).

(2) Remove the fuel nozzle at location 5 or 6 from the diffuser case
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Remove the lockwire and remove the bolts (5) which attach the
fuel nozzle or the fuel nozzle and bracket to the diffuser case.

(b) Move the bracket at fuel nozzle location 5 away from the fuel
nozzle.

(c) Remove the fuel nozzle (1).

(d) Remove the gasket (2) from the fuel nozzle (1).

(e) Discard the gasket (2).

Subtask 73-13-41-020-053

D. Remove the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Disconnect the fuel supply tubes from the fuel nozzles at the
location 7 and 8
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151,
403/TASK 73-13-41-991-152)

(a) Disconnect the fuel supply tubes (17) from the distribution valve
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(b) Remove the gasket (16), the packings (12) and the transfer tube
(15).

(c) Discard the gasket (16) and the packings (12).

(d) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube (9) from
the fuel nozzle (1) that is to be removed.

(e) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube from the
adjacent fuel nozzle.

(f) Remove the manifold completely.

(g) Remove the gaskets (10) from the fuel nozzles.

(h) Discard the gaskets (10).

(i) Remove the transfer tubes (11) from the fuel nozzles.

(j) Remove the packings (3) from the transfer tubes.

(k) Discard the packings (3).

(2) Remove the fuel nozzle at location 7, 8, 9 or 10 from the diffuser


case
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Remove the lockwire and remove the bolts (5) which attach the
fuel nozzle or the fuel nozzle and bracket to the diffuser case.

(b) Remove the fuel nozzle (1).

(c) Remove the gasket (2) from the fuel nozzle (1).

(d) Discard the gasket (2).

Subtask 73-13-41-020-054

E. Remove the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Disconnect the fuel supply tubes from the fuel nozzles at the
location 11 and 12
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151,
403/TASK 73-13-41-991-152)

(a) Disconnect the fuel supply tubes (17) from the distribution valve
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(b) Remove the gasket (16), the packings (12) and the transfer tube
(15).

(c) Discard the gasket (16) and the packings (12).

(d) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube (9) from
the fuel nozzle (1) that is to be removed.

(e) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube from the
adjacent fuel nozzle.

(f) Remove the clamps (6) to prevent damage to the tube when you
remove the fuel nozzle.

(g) Remove the gaskets (10) from the fuel nozzles.

(h) Discard the gaskets (10).

(i) Remove the transfer tubes (11) from the fuel nozzles.

(j) Remove the packings (3) from the transfer tubes.

(k) Discard the packings (3).

(2) Remove the fuel nozzle at location 11 or 12 from the diffuser case
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Remove the lockwire and remove the bolts (5) which attach the
fuel nozzle or the fuel nozzle and bracket to the diffuser case.

(b) Remove the bracket (4) from the fuel nozzle at location 11.

NOTE : Make a mark to show the position of the bracket. This will
____
make the installation of the fuel nozzle easier.

(c) Remove the fuel nozzle (1).

(d) Remove the gasket (2) from the fuel nozzle (1).

(e) Discard the gasket (2).


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Subtask 73-13-41-020-055

F. Remove the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Disconnect the fuel supply tubes from the fuel nozzles at the
location 13 and 14
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151,
403/TASK 73-13-41-991-152)

(a) Disconnect the fuel supply tubes (17) from the distribution valve
(13).

(b) Remove the gasket (16), the packings (12) and the transfer tube
(15).

(c) Discard the gasket (16) and the packings (12).

(d) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube (9) from
the fuel nozzle (1) that is to be removed.

(e) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube from the
adjacent fuel nozzle.

(f) Remove the clamps (6) to prevent damage to the tube when you
remove the fuel nozzle.

(g) Remove the gaskets (10) from the fuel nozzles.

(h) Discard the gaskets (10).

(i) Remove the transfer tubes (11) from the fuel nozzles.

(j) Remove the packings (3) from the transfer tubes.

(k) Discard the packings (3).

(2) Remove the fuel nozzle at location 13 or 14 from the diffuser case
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Remove the lockwire and remove the bolts (5) which attach the
fuel nozzle or the fuel nozzle and bracket to the diffuser case.

(b) Move the bracket at fuel nozzle location 14 away from the fuel
nozzle.

(c) Remove the fuel nozzle (1).


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(d) Remove the gasket (2) from the fuel nozzle (1).

(e) Discard the gasket (2).

Subtask 73-13-41-020-056

G. Remove the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Disconnect the fuel supply tubes from the fuel nozzles at the
location 15 and 16
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube (9) from
the fuel nozzle that is to be removed.

(b) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube from the
adjacent fuel nozzle.

(c) Remove the clamps (6) that is nearest the fuel nozzles to prevent
damage to the tube when you remove the fuel nozzle.

(d) Remove the gaskets (10) from the fuel nozzles.

(e) Discard the gaskets (10).

(f) Remove the transfer tubes (11) from the fuel nozzles.

(g) Remove the packings (3) from the transfer tubes.

(h) Discard the packings (3).

(2) Remove the fuel nozzle at location 15 or 16 from the diffuser case
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Remove the lockwire and remove the bolts (5) which attach the
fuel nozzle or the fuel nozzle and bracket to the diffuser case.

(b) Remove the fuel nozzle (1).

(c) Remove the gasket (2) from the fuel nozzle (1).

(d) Discard the gasket (2).


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Subtask 73-13-41-020-057

H. Remove the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Disconnect the fuel supply tubes from the fuel nozzles at the
location 17 and 18
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube (9) from
the fuel nozzle that is to be removed.

(b) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube from the
adjacent fuel nozzle.

(c) Remove the clamps (6) that are nearest the 12 oclock position to
prevent damage to the tube when you remove the fuel nozzle.

(d) Remove the gaskets (10) from the fuel nozzles.

(e) Discard the gaskets (10).

(f) Remove the transfer tubes (11) from the fuel nozzles.

(g) Remove the packings (3) from the transfer tubes.

(h) Discard the packings (3).

(2) Remove the fuel nozzle at location 17 or 18 from the diffuser case
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Remove the lockwire and remove the bolts (5) which attach the
fuel nozzle or the fuel nozzle and bracket to the diffuser case.

(b) Move the bracket at fuel nozzle location 18 away from the fuel
nozzle.

(c) Remove the fuel nozzle (1).

(d) Remove the gasket (2) from the fuel nozzle (1).

(e) Discard the gasket (2).


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Subtask 73-13-41-020-058

J. Remove the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Disconnect the fuel supply tubes from the fuel nozzles at the
location 19 and 20
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube (9) from
the fuel nozzle that is to be removed.

(b) Remove the lockwire and disconnect the fuel supply tube from the
adjacent fuel nozzle.

(c) Remove the clamps (6) that is nearest the fuel nozzles to prevent
damage to the tube when you remove the fuel nozzle.

(d) Remove the gaskets (10) from the fuel nozzles.

(e) Discard the gaskets (10).

(f) Remove the transfer tubes (11) from the fuel nozzles.

(g) Remove the packings (3) from the transfer tubes.

(h) Discard the packings (3).

(2) Remove the fuel nozzle at location 19 or 20 from the diffuser case
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Remove the lockwire and remove the bolts (5) which attach the
fuel nozzle or the fuel nozzle and bracket to the diffuser case.

(b) Move the bracket at fuel nozzle location 19 away from the fuel
nozzle.

(c) Remove the fuel nozzle (1).

(d) Remove the gasket (2) from the fuel nozzle (1).

(e) Discard the gasket (2).

(f) Remove the container.

(g) Discard the drained fuel.


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K. Install covers to all exposed openings.


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TASK 73-13-41-400-010

Installation of the Fuel Nozzle (2005EM1 through 2005EM20)

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific warning notice


No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)
R No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 50.00 lbf.in
R (0.00 to 0.56 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 30.00 to 220.00 lbf.in
(0.34 to 2.60 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 62.00 to 900.00 lbf.in
(0.70 to 10.00 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 180.00 to 1800.00 lbf.in
(2.00 to 20.00 m.daN)
IAE1P16042 1 ADAPTER, LEAK TEST
IAE1P16139 1 WRENCH-TIGHTEN

B. Consumable Materials

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. V02-141 *


corrosion resistant steel lockwire (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-031 *
anti-galling compound (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-041 *
petrolatum, white (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-045 *
fluid, leak test (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-077 *
serie engine oil (Ref. 70-30-00)


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C. Expendable Parts

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FIG.ITEM |DESIGNATION |IPC-CSN
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2 gasket 73-13-41 80A-060


2 gasket, option 73-13-41 80A-060
2 Gasket 73-13-41 80A-060
2 gasket 73-13-41 80A-060A
2 gasket, option 73-13-41 80A-060A
2 Gasket 73-13-41 80A-060A
2 gasket 73-13-41 80A-060B
2 gasket, option 73-13-41 80A-060B
2 Gasket 73-13-41 80A-060B
3 packing 73-13-41 80A-020
3 packing 73-13-41 80A-020A
10 packing 73-11-49 84A-090
10 gasket 73-13-41 80A-010
12 O-ring 73-11-49 74A-020
12 packing 73-13-41 80A-020
12 packing 73-13-41 80A-020A
16 gasket 73-13-41 80A-070

D. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

70-23-11-911-013 General Torque Tightening Techniques


70-23-13-911-010 Procedures for the Installation of Preformed Packings
70-40-11-911-014 Locking Devices General Information
71-00-00-710-012 Test No.3 : Idle Leak Check
71-00-00-710-046 Test No.2 : Wet Motor Leak Check
71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
78-30-00-040-012 Deactivation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic Control
Unit (HCU) 4101KS for Ground Maintenance
78-30-00-440-012 Re-activation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic
Control Unit (HCU) 4101KS after Ground Maintenance
78-32-00-010-010 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Halves
78-32-00-410-010 Closing of the Thrust Reverser Halves
73-13-41-991-150 Fig. 401
73-13-41-991-151 Fig. 402
73-13-41-991-152 Fig. 403
73-13-41-991-153 Fig. 404


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-13-41-860-050

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU, make sure that a
warning notice is in position to tell persons not to start the
engine.

(2) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU, make sure that the ON legend
of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2) pushbutton switch is off. Make sure
that a warning notice is in position to tell persons not to energize
the FADEC 1(2).

(3) Make sure that the access platform is in position.

Subtask 73-13-41-010-051

B. Get Access

(1) Make sure that the fan cowls are open: (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010)
FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(2) Make sure that the thrust reverser halves are open: (Ref. TASK 78-32-
00-010-010)
FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR

Subtask 73-13-41-040-050

C. Make sure that the thrust reverser Hydraulic Control Unit (HCU) is
deactivated: (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-040-012)

4. Procedure
_________

CAUTION : WHEN YOU REPLACE A FUEL MANIFOLD, IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT THE
_______
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION PROCEDURES GIVEN IN THIS MANUAL MUST BE
FOLLOWED TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE FUEL MANIFOLD WHEN IT IS REMOVED
OR INSTALLED. IT CAN BE NECESSARY TO REMOVE MORE ITEMS TO GET MORE
ACCESS TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE MANIFOLD.


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CAUTION : WHEN YOU REPLACE THE PACKINGS, ONTO THE TRANSFER TUBES WHEN YOU
_______
INSTALL A MANIFOLD IT IS IMPORTANT TO MAKE SURE NO PIECES OF THE
OLD PACKING STAY IN THE INLET PORT OF THE FUEL NOZZLES.

Subtask 73-13-41-630-050

A. Remove all covers from the openings.

Subtask 73-13-41-420-050

B. Install the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Install the fuel nozzle at location 1 or 2 in to the diffuser case


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Install a new gasket (2) to the fuel nozzle (1) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010).

(b) Install the fuel nozzle (1).

(c) Install the bracket (4) on the fuel nozzle at location 2.

(d) Lubricate the threads of the bolts (5) with serie engine oil
(Material No. V10-077).

(e) Install the bolts (5) that attach the fuel nozzle at location 1
or the fuel nozzle and bracket at location 2 to the diffuser
case.

(f) TORQUE the bolts (5) to between 65 and 85 lbf.in (0.73 and 0.96
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(g) Safety the bolts (5) with corrosion resistant steel lockwire
(Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(2) Install the fuel supply tubes to the fuel nozzles at locations 1 and
2
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151,
403/TASK 73-13-41-991-152)

(a) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to the new


packings (3).

(b) Install the new packing (3) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010) to the
fuel transfer tubes (11).


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(c) Put a gasket (10) over the transfer tubes (11) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010) and install the transfer tubes (11) on to the fuel
nozzles (1).

(d) Apply anti-galling compound (Material No. V10-031), to the


shoulders of the end fittings on the fuel supply tubes.

(e) Install the fuel supply tube (9) to the fuel nozzle (1) that you
removed.

(f) Install the fuel supply tubes (9) to the adjacent fuel nozzle
(1). Tighten with your hand, do not torque.

(g) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to the new


packings (12).

(h) Install the new packing (12) to the transfer tube (15) (Ref. TASK
70-23-13-911-010).

(i) Install the transfer tube (15) to the adaptor (14) on the fuel
distribution valve (13).

(j) Install a new gasket (16) on to the conical seat on the end of
the adaptor (14) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(k) Apply anti-galling compound (Material No. V10-031) to the


shoulder of the fuel supply tube (17).

(l) Connect the fuel supply tube (17) to the adaptor (14).

(m) Pressurize the fuel system and check for leaks (Refer to step
L.).

(n) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles to between 205 and 225
lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(o) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles again, to between 205
and 225 lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

NOTE : Do not loosen the tube nuts before you torque them again.
____

(p) Continue to torque the tube nuts until the tube nuts hold the
necessary torque (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013). If a nut does not
hold torque after four torque procedures, replace the fuel supply
tubes.


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(q) TORQUE the tubes nuts:

CAUTION : WHEN YOU USE THE IAE 1P16139 WRENCH, THE CORRECT TORQUE
_______
WILL HAVE TO BE CALCULATED USING THE FORMULA IN THE
STANDARD PRACTICES SECTION OF THIS MANUAL.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO THE PROCEDURE THAT FOLLOWS TO


_______
CORRECTLY TORQUE THE FUEL MANIFOLD COUPLING NUTS.
INCORRECT TORQUE COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE TO ENGINE
PARTS.

1
_ TORQUE the fuel manifold tube nuts with the WRENCH-TIGHTEN
(IAE1P16139), at the fuel distribution valve to between 85 and
95 lbf.in (0.96 and 1.07 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(r) Continue to torque the tube nuts until the nuts hold the
necessary torque. If a nut will not hold the torque after four
torque procedures, replace the fuel supply tube.

(s) Safety the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles and at the fuel
distribution valve with corrosion resistant steel lockwire
(Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(t) Apply serie engine oil (Material No. V10-077) to the threads of
the bolts (8).

(u) Install the two clamps (6) with the bolts (8) and the nuts (7).

(v) TORQUE the bolts (8) to between 36 and 40 lbf.in (0.40 and 0.45
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

Subtask 73-13-41-420-051

C. Install the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Install the fuel nozzle at location 3 or 4 in to the diffuser case


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Install a new gasket, option (2) to the fuel nozzle (1)
(Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(b) Install the fuel nozzle (1).

(c) Install the bracket (4) on the fuel nozzle at location 3.

(d) Lubricate the threads of the bolts (5) with serie engine oil
(Material No. V10-077) .


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(e) Install the bolts (5) that attach the fuel nozzle and bracket at
location 3 or the fuel nozzle at location 4 to the diffuser case.

(f) TORQUE the bolts (5) to between 65 and 85 lbf.in (0.73 and 0.96
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(g) Safety the bolts (5) with corrosion resistant steel lockwire
(Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(2) Install the fuel supply tubes to the fuel nozzles at locations 3 and
4
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151,
403/TASK 73-13-41-991-152)

(a) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to the new


packings (3).

(b) Install the new packing (3) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010) to the
fuel transfer tubes (11).

(c) Put a gasket (10) over the transfer tubes (11) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010) and install the transfer tubes (11) on to the fuel
nozzles (1).

(d) Apply anti-galling compound (Material No. V10-031), to the


shoulders of the end fittings on the fuel supply tubes.

(e) Install the fuel supply tube (9) to the fuel nozzle (1) that you
removed.

(f) Install the fuel supply tube (9) to the adjacent fuel nozzle (1).
Tighten with your hand, do not torque.

(g) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to the new


packings (12).

(h) Install the new packing (12) to the transfer tube (15) (Ref. TASK
70-23-13-911-010).

(i) Install the transfer tube (15) to the adaptor (14) on the fuel
distribution valve (13).

(j) Install a new gasket (16) on to the conical seat on the end of
the adaptor (14) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(k) Apply anti-galling compound (Material No. V10-031) to the


shoulder of the feel supply tube (17).


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(l) Connect the fuel supply tube (17) to the adaptor (14).

(m) Pressurize the fuel system and check for leaks (Refer to step L.)

(n) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles to between 205 and 225
lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(o) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles again, to between 205
and 225 lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

NOTE : Do not loosen the tube nuts before you torque them again.
____

(p) Continue to torque the tube nuts until the tube nuts hold the
necessary torque (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013). If a nut does not
hold torque after four torque procedures, replace the fuel supply
tubes.

(q) TORQUE the tube nuts:

CAUTION : WHEN YOU USE THE IAE 1P16139 WRENCH, THE CORRECT TORQUE
_______
WILL HAVE TO BE CALCULATED USING THE FORMULA IN THE
STANDARD PRACTICES SECTION OF THIS MANUAL.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO THE PROCEDURE THAT FOLLOWS TO


_______
CORRECTLY TORQUE THE FUEL MANIFOLD COUPLING NUTS.
INCORRECT TORQUE COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE TO ENGINE
PARTS.

1
_ TORQUE the fuel manifold tube nuts with the WRENCH-TIGHTEN
(IAE1P16139) at the fuel distribution valve to between 85 and
95 lbf.in (0.96 and 1.07 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(r) Continue to torque the tube nuts until the nuts hold the
necessary torque. If a nut will not hold the torque after four
torque procedures, replace the fuel supply tube.

(s) Safety the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles and at the fuel
distribution valve with corrosion resistant steel lockwire
(Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(t) Apply serie engine oil (Material No. V10-077) to the threads of
the bolts (8).

(u) Install the clamp (6) with the bolt (8) and the nut (7).

(v) TORQUE the bolt (8) to between 36 and 40 lbf.in (0.40 and 0.45
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)


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Subtask 73-13-41-420-052

D. Install the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Install the fuel nozzle at location 5 or 6 in to the diffuser case


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Install a new gasket (2) to the fuel nozzle (1) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010).

(b) Install the fuel nozzle (1).

(c) Install the bracket (4) on the fuel nozzle at location 5.

(d) Lubricate the threads of the bolts (5) with serie engine oil
(Material No. V10-077).

(e) Install the bolts (5) that attach the fuel nozzle and bracket at
location 5 or the fuel nozzle at location 6 to the diffuser case.

(f) TORQUE the bolts (5) to between 65 and 85 lbf.in (0.73 and 0.96
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(g) Safety the bolts (5) with corrosion resistant steel lockwire
(Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(2) Install the fuel supply tubes to the fuel nozzles at locations 5 and
6
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151,
403/TASK 73-13-41-991-152)

(a) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to the new


packings (3).

(b) Install the new packing (3) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010) to the
fuel transfer tubes (11).

(c) Put a gasket (10) over the transfer tubes (11) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010) and install the transfer tubes (11) on to the fuel
nozzles (1).

(d) Apply anti-galling compound (Material No. V10-031), to the


shoulders of the end fittings on the fuel supply tubes.

(e) Install the fuel supply tube (9) to the fuel nozzle (1) that you
removed.


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(f) Install the fuel supply tube (9) to the adjacent fuel nozzle (1).
Tighten with your hand, do not torque.

(g) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to the new


packings (12).

(h) Install the new packing (12) to the transfer tube (15) (Ref. TASK
70-23-13-911-010).

(i) Install the transfer tube (15) to the adaptor (14) on the fuel
distribution valve (13).

(j) Install a new gasket (16) on to the conical seat on the end of
the adaptor (14) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(k) Apply anti-galling compound (Material No. V10-031) to the


shoulder of the fuel supply tube (17).

(l) Connect the fuel supply tube (17) to the adaptor (14).

(m) Pressurize the fuel system and check for leaks (Refer to step
L.).

(n) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles to between 205 and 225
lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(o) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles again, to between 205
and 225 lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

NOTE : Do not loosen the tube nuts before you torque them again.
____

(p) Continue to torque the tube nuts until the tube nuts hold the
necessary torque (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013). If a nut does not
hold torque after four torque procedures, replace the fuel supply
tubes.

(q) TORQUE the tube nuts:

CAUTION : WHEN YOU USE THE IAE 1P16139 WRENCH, THE CORRECT TORQUE
_______
WILL HAVE TO BE CALCULATED USING THE FORMULA IN THE
STANDARD PRACTICES SECTION OF THIS MANUAL.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO THE PROCEDURE THAT FOLLOWS TO


_______
CORRECTLY TORQUE THE FUEL MANIFOLD COUPLING NUTS.
INCORRECT TORQUE COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE TO ENGINE
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1
_ TORQUE the fuel manifold tube nuts with WRENCH-TIGHTEN
(IAE1P16139) at the fuel distribution valve (Ref. TASK 70-40-
11-911-014) to between 85 and 95 lbf.in (0.96 and 1.07 m.daN).

(r) Continue to torque the tube nuts until the nuts hold the
necessary torque. If a nut will not hold the torque after four
torque procedures, replace the fuel supply tube.

(s) Safety the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles and at the fuel
distribution valve with corrosion resistant steel lockwire
(Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

Subtask 73-13-41-420-053

E. Install the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Install the fuel nozzle at location 7, 8, 9 or 10 in to the diffuser


case
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Install a new gasket (2) to the fuel nozzle (1) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010).

(b) Install the fuel nozzle (1).

(c) Lubricate the threads of the bolts (5) with serie engine oil
(Material No. V10-077).

(d) Install the bolts (5) that attach the fuel nozzle to the diffuser
case.

(e) TORQUE the bolts (5) to between 65 and 85 lbf.in (0.73 and 0.96
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(f) Safety the bolts (5) with corrosion resistant steel lockwire
(Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(2) Install the fuel supply tubes to the fuel nozzles at locations 7, 8,
9 or 10
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151,
403/TASK 73-13-41-991-152)

(a) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to the new


packings (3).

(b) Install the new packing (3) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010) to the
fuel transfer tubes (11).


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(c) Put a gasket (10) over the transfer tubes (11) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010) and install the transfer tubes (11) on to the fuel
nozzles (1).

(d) Apply anti-galling compound (Material No. V10-031), to the


shoulders of the end fittings on the fuel supply tubes.

(e) Install the fuel supply tubes (9) to the fuel nozzle (1) that you
removed.

(f) Install the fuel supply tubes (9) to the adjacent fuel nozzle
(1). Tighten with your hand, do not torque.

(g) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to the new


packings (12).

(h) Install the new packing (12) to the transfer tube (15) (Ref. TASK
70-23-13-911-010).

(i) Install the transfer tube (15) to the adaptor (14) on the fuel
distribution valve (13).

(j) Install a new gasket (16) on to the conical seat on the end of
the adaptor (14) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(k) Apply anti-galling compound (Material No. V10-031) to the


shoulder of the fuel supply tube (17).

(l) Connect the fuel supply ntube (17) to the adaptor (14).

(m) Pressurize the fuel system and check for leaks (Refer to step
L.).

(n) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles to between 205 and 225
lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(o) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles again, to between 205
and 225 lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

NOTE : Do not loosen the tube nuts before you torque them again.
____

(p) Continue to torque the tube nuts until the tube nuts hold the
necessary torque (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013). If a nut does not
hold torque after four torque procedures, replace the fuel supply
tubes.


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(q) TORQUE the tube nuts:

CAUTION : WHEN YOU USE THE IAE 1P16139 WRENCH, THE CORRECT TORQUE
_______
WILL HAVE TO BE CALCULATED USING THE FORMULA IN THE
STANDARD PRACTICES SECTION OF THIS MANUAL.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO THE PROCEDURE THAT FOLLOWS TO


_______
CORRECTLY TORQUE THE FUEL MANIFOLD COUPLING NUTS.
INCORRECT TORQUE COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE TO ENGINE
PARTS.

1
_ TORQUE the fuel manifold tube nuts with WRENCH-TIGHTEN
(IAE1P16139), at the fuel distribution valve to between 85 and
95 lbf.in (0.96 and 1.07 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(r) Continue to torque the tube nuts until the nuts hold the
necessary torque. If a nut will not hold the torque after four
torque procedures, replace the fuel supply tube.

(s) Safety the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles and at the fuel
distribution valve with corrosion resistant steel lockwire
(Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

Subtask 73-13-41-420-054

F. Install the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Install the fuel nozzle at location 11 or 12 in to the diffuser case


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Install a new Gasket (2) to the fuel nozzle (1) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010).

(b) Install the fuel nozzle (1).

(c) Install the bracket (4) on the fuel nozzle at location 11.

(d) Lubricate the threads of the bolts (5) with serie engine oil
(Material No. V10-077).

(e) Install the bolts (5) that attach the fuel nozzle and bracket at
location 11 or the fuel nozzle at location 12 to the diffuser
case.

(f) TORQUE the bolts (5) to between 65 and 85 lbf.in (0.73 and 0.96
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).


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(g) Safety the bolts (5) with corrosion resistant steel lockwire
(Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(2) Install the fuel supply tubes to the fuel nozzles at locations 11 and
12
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151,
403/TASK 73-13-41-991-152)

(a) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to the new


packings (3).

(b) Install the new packing (3) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010) to the
fuel transfer tubes (11).

(c) Put a gasket (10) over the transfer tubes (11) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010) and install the transfer tubes (11) on to the fuel
nozzles (1).

(d) Apply anti-galling compound (Material No. V10-031), to the


shoulders of the end fittings on the fuel supply tubes.

(e) Install the fuel supply tube (9) to the fuel nozzle (1) that you
removed.

(f) Install the fuel supply tube (9) to the adjacent fuel nozzle (1).
Tighten with your hand, do not torque.

(g) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to the new


packings (12).

(h) Install the new packing (12) to the transfer tube (15) (Ref. TASK
70-23-13-911-010).

(i) Install the transfer tube (15) to the adaptor (14) on the fuel
distribution valve (13).

(j) Install a new gasket (16) on to the conical seat on the end of
the adaptor (14) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(k) Apply anti-galling compound (Material No. V10-031) to the


shoulder of the fuel supply tube (17).

(l) Connect the fuel supply tube (17) to the adaptor (14).

(m) Pressurize the fuel system and check for leaks (Refer to step
L.).


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(n) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles to between 205 and 225
lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(o) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles again, to between 205
and 225 lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

NOTE : Do not loosen the tube nuts before you torque them again.
____

(p) Continue to torque the tube nuts until the tube nuts hold the
necessary torque (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013). If a nut does not
hold torque after four torque procedures, replace the fuel supply
tubes.

(q) TORQUE the tube nuts:

CAUTION : WHEN YOU USE THE IAE 1P16139 WRENCH, THE CORRECT TORQUE
_______
WILL HAVE TO BE CALCULATED USING THE FORMULA IN THE
STANDARD PRACTICES SECTION OF THIS MANUAL.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO THE PROCEDURE THAT FOLLOWS TO


_______
CORRECTLY TORQUE THE FUEL MANIFOLD COUPLING NUTS.
INCORRECT TORQUE COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE TO ENGINE
PARTS.

1
_ TORQUE the fuel manifold tube nuts with WRENCH-TIGHTEN
(IAE1P16139), at the fuel distribution valve to between 85 and
95 lbf.in (0.96 and 1.07 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(r) Continue to torque the tube nuts until the nuts hold the
necessary torque. If a nut will not hold the torque after four
torque procedures, replace the fuel supply tube.

(s) Safety the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles and at the fuel
distribution valve with corrosion resistant steel lockwire
(Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(t) Apply serie engine oil (Material No. V10-077) to the threads of
the bolts (8).

(u) Install the clamps (6) with the bolts (8) and nuts (7).

(v) TORQUE the bolt (8) to between 36 and 40 lbf.in (0.40 and 0.45
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)


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Subtask 73-13-41-420-055

G. Install the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Install the fuel nozzle at location 13 or 14 in to the diffuser case


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Install a new gasket (2) to the fuel nozzle (1) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010).

(b) Install the fuel nozzle (1).

(c) Attach the bracket (4) on the fuel nozzle at location 14.

(d) Lubricate the threads of the bolts (5) with serie engine oil
(Material No. V10-077).

(e) Install the bolts (5) that attach the fuel nozzle at location 13
or the fuel nozzle and bracket at location 14 to the diffuser
case.

(f) TORQUE the bolts (5) to between 65 and 85 lbf.in (0.73 and 0.96
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(g) Safety the bolts (5) with corrosion resistant steel lockwire
(Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(2) Install the fuel supply tubes to the fuel nozzles at locations 13 and
14
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151,
403/TASK 73-13-41-991-152)

(a) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to the new


packings (3).

(b) Install the new packing (3) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010) to the
fuel transfer tubes (11).

(c) Put a gasket (10) over the transfer tubes (11) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010) and install the transfer tubes (11) on to the fuel
nozzles (1).

(d) Apply anti-galling compound (Material No. V10-031), to the


shoulders of the end fittings on the fuel supply tubes.

(e) Install the fuel supply tubes (9) to the fuel nozzle (1) that you
removed.


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(f) Install the fuel supply tubes (9) to the adjacent fuel nozzle
(1). Tighten with your hand, do not torque.

(g) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to the new


packings (12).

(h) Install the new packing (12) to the transfer tube (15) (Ref. TASK
70-23-13-911-010).

(i) Install the transfer tube (15) to the adaptor (14) on the fuel
distribution valve (13).

(j) Install a new gasket (16) on to the conical seat on the end of
the adaptor (14) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(k) Apply anti-galling compound (Material No. V10-031) to the


shoulder of the fuel supply tube (17).

(l) Connect the fuel supply tube (17) to the adaptor (14).

(m) Pressurize the fuel system and check for leaks (Refer to step
L.).

(n) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles to between 205 and 225
lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(o) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles again, to between 205
and 225 lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

NOTE : Do not loosen the tube nuts before you torque them again.
____

(p) Continue to torque the tube nuts until the tube nuts hold the
necessary torque (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013). If a nut does not
hold torque after four torque procedures, replace the fuel supply
tubes.

(q) TORQUE the tube nuts:

CAUTION : WHEN YOU USE THE IAE 1P16139 WRENCH, THE CORRECT TORQUE
_______
WILL HAVE TO BE CALCULATED USING THE FORMULA IN THE
STANDARD PRACTICES SECTION OF THIS MANUAL.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO THE PROCEDURE THAT FOLLOWS TO


_______
CORRECTLY TORQUE THE FUEL MANIFOLD COUPLING NUTS.
INCORRECT TORQUE COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE TO ENGINE
PARTS.


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1
_ TORQUE the fuel manifold tube nuts with WRENCH-TIGHTEN
(IAE1P16139), at the fuel distribution valve to between 85 and
95 lbf.in (0.96 and 1.07 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(r) Continue to torque the tube nuts until the nuts hold the
necessary torque. If a nut will not hold the torque after four
torque procedures, replace the fuel supply tube.

(s) Safety the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles and at the fuel
distribution valve with corrosion resistant steel lockwire
(Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(t) Apply serie engine oil (Material No. V10-077) to the threads of
the bolts (8).

(u) Install the clamp (6) with the bolts (8) and nuts (7).

(v) TORQUE the bolts (8) to between 36 and 40 lbf.in (0.40 and 0.45
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

Subtask 73-13-41-420-056

H. Install the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Install the fuel nozzle at location 15 or 16 in to the diffuser case


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Install a new gasket (2) to the fuel nozzle (1) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010).

(b) Install the fuel nozzle (1).

(c) Lubricate the threads of the bolts (5) with serie engine oil
(Material No. V10-077).

(d) Install the bolts (5) that attach the fuel nozzle to the diffuser
case.

(e) TORQUE the bolts (5) to between 65 and 85 lbf.in (0.73 and 0.96
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(f) Safety the bolts (5) with corrosion resistant steel lockwire
(Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).


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(2) Install the fuel supply tubes to the fuel nozzles at locations 15 and
16
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to the new


packings (3).

(b) Install the new packing (3) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010) to the
fuel transfer tubes (11).

(c) Put a gasket (10) over the transfer tubes (11) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010) and install the transfer tubes (11) on to the fuel
nozzles (1).

(d) Apply anti-galling compound (Material No. V10-031), to the


shoulders of the end fittings on the fuel supply tubes.

(e) Install the fuel supply tubes (9) to the fuel nozzle (1) that you
removed.

(f) Install the fuel supply tubes (9) to the adjacent fuel nozzle
(1). Tighten with your hand, do not torque.

(g) Pressurize the fuel system and check for leaks (Refer to step
L.).

(h) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles to between 205 and 225
lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(i) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles again, to between 205
and 225 lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

NOTE : Do not loosen the tube nuts before you torque them again.
____

(j) Continue to torque the tube nuts until the tube nuts hold the
necessary torque (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013). If a nut does not
hold torque after four torque procedures, replace the fuel supply
tubes.

(k) Safety the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles with corrosion resistant
steel lockwire (Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-
014).

(l) Apply serie engine oil (Material No. V10-077) to the threads of
the bolts (8).

(m) Install the clamp (6) with the bolts (8) and nuts (7).


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(n) TORQUE the bolts (8) to between 36 and 40 lbf.in (0.40 and 0.45
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

Subtask 73-13-41-420-057

J. Install the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Install the fuel nozzle at location 17 or 18 in to the diffuser case


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Install a new gasket (2) to the fuel nozzle (1) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010).

(b) Install the fuel nozzle (1).

(c) Attach the bracket (4) on the fuel nozzle at location 18.

(d) Lubricate the threads of the bolts (5) with serie engine oil
(Material No. V10-077).

(e) Install the bolts (5) that attach the fuel nozzle at location 17
or the fuel nozzle and bracket at location 18 to the diffuser
case.

(f) TORQUE the bolts (5) to between 65 and 85 lbf.in (0.73 and 0.96
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(g) Safety the bolts (5) with corrosion resistant steel lockwire
(Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(2) Install the fuel supply tubes to the fuel nozzles at locations 17 and
18
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to the new


packings (3).

(b) Install the new packing (3) to the fuel transfer tubes (11)
(Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(c) Put a gasket (10) over the transfer tubes (11) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010) and install the transfer tubes (11) on to the fuel
nozzles (1).

(d) Apply anti-galling compound (Material No. V10-031), to the


shoulders of the end fittings on the fuel supply tubes.


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(e) Install the fuel supply tube (9) to the fuel nozzle (1) that you
removed.

(f) Install the fuel supply tubes (9) to the adjacent fuel nozzle
(1). Tighten with your hand, do not torque.

(g) Pressurize the fuel system and check for leaks (Refer to step
L.).

(h) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles to between 205 and 225
lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(i) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles again, to between 205
and 225 lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

NOTE : Do not loosen the tube nuts before you torque them again.
____

(j) Continue to torque the tube nuts until the tube nuts hold the
necessary torque (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013). If a nut does not
hold torque after four torque procedures, replace the fuel supply
tubes.

(k) Safety the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles with corrosion resistant
steel lockwire (Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-
014).

(l) Apply serie engine oil (Material No. V10-077) to the threads of
the bolts (8).

(m) Install the two clamps (6) with the bolts (8) and nuts (7).

(n) TORQUE the bolts (8) to between 36 and 40 lbf.in (0.40 and 0.45
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

Subtask 73-13-41-420-058

K. Install the Fuel Nozzle:

(1) Install the fuel nozzle at location 19 or 20 in to the diffuser case


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Install a new Gasket (2) to the fuel nozzle (1) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010).

(b) Install the fuel nozzle (1).

(c) Attach the bracket (4) on the fuel nozzle at location 19.


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(d) Lubricate the threads of the bolts (5) with serie engine oil
(Material No. V10-077).

(e) Install the bolts (5) that attach the fuel nozzle and bracket at
location 19 or the fuel nozzle at location 20 to the diffuser
case.

(f) TORQUE the bolts (5) to between 65 and 85 lbf.in (0.73 and 0.96
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(g) Safety the bolts (5) with corrosion resistant steel lockwire
(Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(2) Install the fuel supply tubes to the fuel nozzles at locations 19 and
20
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-41-991-150, 402/TASK 73-13-41-991-151)

(a) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to the new


packings (3).

(b) Install the new packing (3) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010) to the
fuel transfer tubes (11).

(c) Put a gasket (10) over the transfer tubes (11) (Ref. TASK 70-23-
13-911-010) and install the transfer tubes (11) on to the fuel
nozzles (1).

(d) Apply anti-galling compound (Material No. V10-031), to the


shoulders of the end fittings on the fuel supply tubes.

(e) Install the fuel supply tubes (9) to the fuel nozzle (1) that you
removed.

(f) Install the fuel supply tubes (9) to the adjacent fuel nozzle
(1). Tighten with your hand, do not torque.

(g) Pressurize the fuel system and check for the leaks (Refer to step
L.).

(h) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles to between 205 and 225
lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(i) TORQUE the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles again, to between 205
and 225 lbf.in (2.31 and 2.54 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

NOTE : Do not loosen the tube nuts before you torque them again.
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(j) Continue to torque the tube nuts until the tube nuts hold the
necessary torque (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013). If a nut does not
hold torque after four torque procedures, replace the fuel supply
tubes.

(k) Safety the tube nuts at the fuel nozzles with corrosion resistant
steel lockwire (Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-
014).

(l) Apply serie engine oil (Material No. V10-077) to the threads of
the bolts (8).

(m) Install the clamps (6) with the bolts (8) and the nuts (7).

(n) TORQUE the bolts (8) to between 36 and 40 lbf.in (0.40 and 0.45
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

Subtask 73-13-41-790-051

L. Pressurize the fuel system and check for leaks.


(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 73-13-41-991-153)

(1) Remove the fuel supply tube.

(a) Remove the nut (1), the washer (3) and the bolt (4) from the clip
point 5700. Do not remove the loop clamps (2) and (5).

(b) Remove the three bolts (6) that attach the fuel supply tube (7)
to the fuel distribution valve.

(c) Remove the lockwire from the fuel supply tube nut (11) at the
bifurcation panel (8).

(d) Disconnect the tube nut (11).

(e) remove the tube (7) from the engine.

(f) Remove and discard the ring (12) and the packing (10).

(2) Do the fuel system pressure test.

(a) Install the ADAPTER, LEAK TEST (IAE1P16042) to the front of the
fuel distribution valve and attach with the bolts. Tighten the
bolts with your hand.

(b) Attach a 100 psi (6.9 bar) air source to the test adapter.


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Fuel Distribution Valve (Fuel supply Tube and Clip point 5700)
Figure 404/TASK 73-13-41-991-153


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(c) Pressurize the system to between 95 psi (6.55 bar) and 105 psi
(7.24 bar).

(d) Check the fuel manifold coupling nuts for leaks at the fuel
distribution valve and the applicable fuel nozzles with fluid,
leak test (Material No. V10-045).

(e) Hold the pressure for five minutes. No leaks are permitted from
any surface, joint or connection. Repair all leaks you find.

(f) Decrease the air pressure to zero and remove the air pressure
source from the test adapter.

(g) Remove the three bolts which attach the test adapter and remove
the adapter from the engine.

(3) Install the fuel supply tube.

(a) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to a new O-ring


(12).

(b) Install the new O-ring (12) in the groove on the flanged end of
the fuel supply tube (7) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(c) Install the fuel supply tube (7) to the front of the fuel
distribution valve.

(d) Apply serie engine oil (Material No. V10-077) to the threads of
the bolts (6).

(e) Install the bolts (6) and tighten them with your hand.

(f) Apply petrolatum, white (Material No. V10-041) to a packing (10).

(g) Install the new packing (10) to the connector (9) located on the
bifurcation panel (8) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(h) Connect the supply tube nut (11) to the connector (9) and tighten
it with your hand.

(i) Torque three bolts (6) to between 85 and 105 lbf.in (0.96 and
1.18 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(j) TORQUE the supply tube nut (11) to between 1150 and 1250 lbf.in
(12.99 and 14.12 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).


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(k) Safety the supply tube nut (11) with corrosion resistant steel
lockwire (Material No. V02-141) (9) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(l) Put the washer (3) on the bolt (4) and install the bolt through
the loop clamps (2) and (5) and the raceway clip and attach it
with the nut (1).

(m) Torque the nut (1) to between 36 and 45 lbf.in (0.40 and 0.50
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-13-41-410-050

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the thrust reverser halves (Ref. TASK 78-32-00-410-010):


FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR.
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR.

Subtask 73-13-41-440-050

B. Activate the thrust reverser HCU (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-440-012).

Subtask 73-13-41-410-051

C. Close Access

(1) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).

(3) Remove the access platform(s).


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Subtask 73-13-41-790-050

D. Test Requirements

(1) Do an idle leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).

NOTE : A wet motor leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-046) may be


____
used to check for leaks, but this must be followed by an idle
leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).


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VALVE - FUEL DIVERTER AND RETURN (4018KS) - REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
________________________________________________________________

TASK 73-13-42-000-010

Removal of the Fuel Diverter and Return Valve (4018KS)

WARNING : DO NOT GET ENGINE OIL ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE OIL
_______
FROM YOUR SKIN WITH WATER. THE OIL IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO THROUGH
YOUR SKIN AND IN TO YOUR BODY.

WARNING : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL STAY ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE
_______
FUEL FROM YOUR SKIN WITH WATER. THE FUEL IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO
THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND INTO YOUR BODY.

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER
_______
THE ENGINE IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO
ONE HOUR.

WARNING : BE CAREFUL DURING THE REMOVAL OF THE FUEL DIVERTER AND RETURN VALVE
_______
BECAUSE IT WEIGHS 13 lbs (6 kg).

CAUTION : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL OR OIL FALL ON THE ENGINE. UNWANTED FUEL OR
_______
OIL MUST BE REMOVED IMMEDIATELY WITH A CLEAN LINT FREE CLOTH. THE
FUEL OR OIL CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE PROTECTION AND TO SOME
PARTS.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific covers/caps/plugs
No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)


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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)


79-21-43-000-010 Removal of the Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler (6003EM).
73-13-42-991-150 Fig. 401

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-13-42-941-050

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

Subtask 73-13-42-010-050

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(2) Put the access platform in position.


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4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-42-991-150)

Subtask 73-13-42-020-050-A

A. Remove the fuel cooler (FCOC) from the engine with the FDRV attached to
the FCOC (Ref. TASK 79-21-43-000-010).

NOTE : Do not remove the FDRV independently of the FCOC from the engine.
____
You can not remove the FDRV from the engine when the FCOC is
installed on the engine.

(1) Remove the FDRV (5) from the FCOC (1).

(a) Remove the bolts (3) and (4), and the washers (2) which attach
the FDRV (5) to the FCOC (1).

(b) Remove the FDRV (5) and drain the remaining fuel in to the
container.

(c) Remove the sealing rings (6) and (7) from the FCOC (1) and
discard them.

Subtask 73-13-42-620-050

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Fuel Diverter and Return Valve (FDRV)


Figure 401/TASK 73-13-42-991-150- 12 (SHEET 1)


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Fuel Diverter and Return Valve (FDRV)


Figure 401/TASK 73-13-42-991-150- 22 (SHEET 2)


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TASK 73-13-42-400-010

Installation of the Fuel Diverter and Return Valve (4018KS)

WARNING : DO NOT GET ENGINE OIL ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE OIL
_______
FROM YOUR SKIN WITH WATER. THE OIL IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO THROUGH
YOUR SKIN AND IN TO YOUR BODY.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific lint free cloth


No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 30.00 to 220.00 lbf.in
(0.34 to 2.60 m.daN)

B. Consumable Materials

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. V01-124 *


cleaning fluid (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-038 *
petroleum jelly (Ref. 70-30-00)

C. Expendable Parts

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FIG.ITEM |DESIGNATION |IPC-CSN
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

6 sealing ring 73-13-42 80 -040


7 sealing ring 73-13-42 80 -050


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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

70-23-11-911-013 General Torque Tightening Techniques


70-23-13-911-010 Procedures for the Installation of Preformed Packings
71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
73-13-42-720-010 Functional Test of the Fuel Recirculation Cooling
System without Barfield Tester and without AIDS
73-13-42-720-010 Functional Test of the Fuel Recirculation Cooling
System with Barfield Tester and without AIDS
79-21-43-400-010 Installation of the Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler (6003EM)
73-13-42-991-150 Fig. 401

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-13-42-860-050

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU, make sure that a
warning notice is in position to tell persons not to start the
engine.

(2) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU, make sure that the ON legend
of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2) pushbutton switch is off. Make sure
that a warning notice is in position to tell persons not to energize
the FADEC 1(2).

(3) Make sure that the access platform is in position.

Subtask 73-13-42-010-051

B. Get Access

(1) Make sure that the fan cowl doors are open: (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-
010)
FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
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Subtask 73-13-42-630-050

C. Remove all the covers/caps/plugs from the openings.

Subtask 73-13-42-110-050

D. Clean the fuel diverter.

WARNING : DO NOT GET CLEANING FLUID ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES. PUT ON
_______
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, GOGGLES AND A FACE MASK. USE THE FLUID IN
A WELL VENTILATED AREA. DO NOT BREATHE THE VAPOR. IF YOU GET
THE CLEANING FLUID ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES FLUSH IT AWAY
WITH WATER. GET MEDICAL AID IF YOUR SKIN OR EYES BECOME
IRRITATED.

(1) Make a lint free cloth moist with cleaning fluid (Material No. V01-
124). Use the cloth to clean the fuel diverter.
and return valve (FDRV) mounting pad on the fuel cooled oil cooler
(FCOC).

Subtask 73-13-42-210-050

E. Make sure that the FCOC mounting pad has no damage.

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-42-991-150)

Subtask 73-13-42-420-050

A. Install the FDRV (5) on to the FCOC (1).

NOTE : Do not install the FDRV independently of the FCOC to the engine.
____
You can not install the FDRV to the engine after the FCOC
installation to the engine. The FDRV must be installed to the
engine with the FDRV attached to the FCOC.

(1) Lubricate the sealing ring (6) and the sealing ring (7) with
petroleum jelly (Material No. V10-038) and
install them to the FCOC (1) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(2) Align the two bolt holes and slots in the FDRV flange with the
threaded holes in the FCOC (1).

(3) Install the FDRV (5) and attach it with the bolts (3) and (4), and
the washers (2).


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(4) TORQUE the bolts to between 85 and 105 lbf.in (0.96 and 1.18 m.daN)
(Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

Subtask 73-13-42-420-051-A

B. Install the FCOC with the FDRV to the engine (Ref. TASK 79-21-43-400-
010).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-13-42-410-050

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010)


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

(4) Remove the access platform(s).

Subtask 73-13-42-790-050

B. Do a functional test of the fuel recirculation cooling system (Ref. TASK


73-13-42-720-010) or (Ref. TASK 73-13-42-720-010).


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VALVE - FUEL DIVERTER AND RETURN (4018KS) - ADJUSTMENT/TEST
___________________________________________________________

TASK 73-13-42-720-010

Functional Test of the Fuel Recirculation Cooling System without Barfield


Tester and without AIDS

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific safety barriers


No specific warning notice
No specific ARINC 429 reader
No specific access platform 3.5 m (11 ft. 6 in.)
98D27803500001 1 TOOL-ZERO LOCKING, FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER


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B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12-11-28-650-003 Pressure Refuel with Automatic Control


12-11-28-650-004 Pressure Refuel with Manual Control
27-50-00-866-008 Extension of the Flaps on the Ground
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
71-00-00-710-012 Test No.3 : Idle Leak Check
71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
73-11-48-200-010 General Check of the Power Plant Flexible Fuel Tubes

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-13-42-941-051

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Make sure that the flap/slat control lever on panel 114VU is in the
zero position (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-008).

(2) Make sure that the TOOL-ZERO LOCKING, FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER
(98D27803500001) is on the slat/flap control lever.

(3) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(4) Put a warning notice on the throttle control lever to tell persons
not to operate the reverse system.

(5) Put the safety barriers in position.


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Subtask 73-13-42-865-053

B. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU ENGINE/2/FADEC A/AND EIU 2 2KS2 A05
49VU ENGINE/1/FADEC A/AND EIU 1 2KS1 A04
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FADEC B 4KS2 Q40
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/FADEC B/AND EIU 1 4KS1 R41
121VU FUEL/PUMPS/2/R CTL AND L IND 10QA R29
121VU FUEL/PUMPS/1/L CTL AND R IND 3QA R23

Subtask 73-13-42-010-052

C. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(2) Put the access platform below the applicable position:


FOR 122QM
below zone 520
FOR 123QM
below zone 620.

(3) Remove the applicable access panels:


FOR 122QM
remove 471BL
FOR 123QM
remove 482BR.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-13-42-720-050

A. Functional Test of the Fuel Recirculation Cooling System

(1) Make sure that the CBs (1QL) and (2QL) are closed.

NOTE : If the related DC BUS is not powered and the CBs not closed,
____
the applicable FLSCU cannot supply and IDG/FRV open command
via the EIU to the EEC.


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(2) Do the EIS start procedure (ECAM only) (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

(3) On the ECAM control panel, push the FUEL P/BSW.

(4) Make sure that the FUEL page shows on the ECAM lower Display Unit
(DU).

(5) Monitor the FUEL system display (lower ECAM DU) and make sure that:
- all the fuel pumps are shown green in-line.
- the L(R) inner wing temperature is less than 52.5 deg.C.
- the L(R) outer cell temperature is less than 55 deg.C.
- the L(R) wing tank contains more than 290kg (639.34 lb) of fuel to
make sure that the IDG shutt off sensor 38QJ1(2) is wet. Refuel is
necessary (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-003) or (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-
004).
- the cross feed valve is open.

(6) Do a minimum idle check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).

(a) Before you start the test, run the engine sufficiently to get an
engine oil temperature of 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F). You can read
this value on the lower ECAM DU.

NOTE : Fuel recirculation is not possible if engine oil


____
temperature is less than 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(b) On the upper ECAM DU make sure that the fuel flow is less than
4410 lbs/h and the fuel temperature is more than 5 deg.C (41.00
deg.F).

NOTE : Fuel recirculation is not possible if fuel flow is more


____
than 4410 lbs/h and/or fuel temperature is less than 5
deg.C (41.00 deg.F).

(c) On panel 187VU (188VU), connect the ARINC 429 reader to the plug
199VC (198VC) pins g and h.

(d) Decode the fuel return valve position as follows.

1
_ On the ARINC 429 reader, read the label 245 bits 28 to 14.

2
_ Refer to the following table to find the valve of each
significant bit (set to 1 bit).


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|Bit number| 28 | 27 | 26 | 25 | 24 | 23| 22| 21| 20| 19| 18| 17| 16| 15| 14 |
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|value of | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
|the bit | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
|when set |16384|8192|4096|2048|1024|512|256|128| 64| 32| 16| 8 | 4 | 2 | 1 |
|to 1 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3
_ Add all the significant bit values and calculate the position
of the fuel return valve (in percent) with the following
equation:

addition of the value of the significant bits


Valve position =______________________________________________ X 128
32768

- Example: data transmitted on bits 14 to 28 of label 245

000111111010000
28-----------14

.Value of the significant bits = 2048+1024+512+256+128+64+16


= 4048
4048
.Therefore valve position= _____ x 128 = 15.8 percent.
32768

(e) Make sure that the calculated valve position is more than 10
percent.

(7) Monitor the flexible fuel tube connection for fuel leaks (Ref. TASK
73-11-48-200-010).


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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-13-42-410-051

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010)


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(3) Install the applicable access panels:


FOR 122QM
install 471BL
FOR 123QM
install 482BR.

Subtask 73-13-42-942-052

B. Removal of Equipment

(1) Remove the safety barriers.

(2) Remove the TOOL-ZERO LOCKING, FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER (98D27803500001)
from the flap/slat lever on panel 114VU.

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

(4) Remove the access platform(s).

(5) Remove the ground support and maintenance equipment, the special and
standard tools and all other items.


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TASK 73-13-42-720-010- 01

Functional Test of the Fuel Recirculation Cooling System with Barfield Tester
and without AIDS

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific barfield TT1000 tester


No specific safety barriers
No specific warning notice
No specific ARINC 429 reader
No specific access platform 3.5 m (11 ft. 6 in.)
101-00907 1 ADAPTER - FUEL RETURN VALVE
98D27803500001 1 TOOL-ZERO LOCKING, FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER


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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12-11-28-650-003 Pressure Refuel with Automatic Control


12-11-28-650-004 Pressure Refuel with Manual Control
27-50-00-866-008 Extension of the Flaps on the Ground
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
71-00-00-710-012 Test No.3 : Idle Leak Check
71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
73-11-48-200-010 General Check of the Power Plant Flexible Fuel Tubes
73-13-42-991-151 Fig. 501
73-13-42-991-152 Fig. 502

3. __________
Job Set-up

(Ref. Fig. 501/TASK 73-13-42-991-151, 502/TASK 73-13-42-991-152)

Subtask 73-13-42-941-052

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Make sure that the flap/slat control lever on panel 114VU is in the
zero position (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-008).

(2) Make sure that the TOOL-ZERO LOCKING, FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER
(98D27803500001) is on the slat/flap control lever.

(3) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(4) Put a warning notice on the throttle control lever to tell persons
not to operate the reverse system.

(5) Put the safety barriers in position.


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Barfield TT1000 Test Set


Figure 501/TASK 73-13-42-991-151


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Figure 502/TASK 73-13-42-991-152


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Subtask 73-13-42-865-054

B. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU ENGINE/2/FADEC A/AND EIU 2 2KS2 A05
49VU ENGINE/1/FADEC A/AND EIU 1 2KS1 A04
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FADEC B 4KS2 Q40
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/FADEC B/AND EIU 1 4KS1 R41
121VU FUEL/PUMPS/2/R CTL AND L IND 10QA R29
121VU FUEL/PUMPS/1/L CTL AND R IND 3QA R23

Subtask 73-13-42-010-053

C. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(2) Put the access platform below the applicable position:


FOR 122QM
below zone 520
FOR 123QM
below zone 620.

(3) Remove the applicable access panels:


FOR 122QM
remove 471BL
FOR 123QM
remove 482BR.

(4) Disconnect the electrical connector from the IDG oil temperature
thermocouple.


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Subtask 73-13-42-480-051

D. Preparation for Test

(1) Connect the ADAPTER - FUEL RETURN VALVE (101-00907) to the connector
of the IDG oil temperature thermocouple lead.

(2) Set the barfield TT1000 tester as follows:

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE POLARITY IS CORRECT BEFORE YOU CONNECT
_______
THE TEST SET TO THE ADAPTOR LEAD. IF THE POLARITY IS NOT
CORRECT THE TEST SET WILL BE DAMAGED.

(a) Set the switch (1) to the ON position.

(b) Set the FUNCTION switch (4) to the RESISTANCE MEASURE


position.

(c) Set the RESISTANCE RANGE switch (7) to the 20 ohms position.

(d) Connect the test clips together.

(e) Push and hold the red PUSH TO SET button (5) and adjust the
SYSTEM RES potentiometer (8) until a value of 1 ohm is shown on
the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) (2).

(f) Release the red PUSH TO SET button (5).

(g) Set the FUNCTION switch (4) to the INDICATOR TEST position.

(h) Set the TEMP ADJ potentiometer (3) to the MIN position.

(i) Connect the BLACK clip of the test set to the BLACK wire of the
adaptor cable ((-) channel indicator). Connect the RED clip of
the test set to the RED wire of the adaptor cable ((+) channel
indicator).

(j) Set the TEMP ADJ potentiometer (3) so that 100 -0 +0 deg.C
(212.00 -0.00 +18.00 deg.F) is shown on the LCD.

NOTE : The fuel is returned to the fuel tanks when the oil
____
temperature is 100 deg.C (212.00 deg.F) or higher. The
temperature is measured by the sensor installed on the IDG
heat exchanger.


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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-13-42-720-051

A. Functional Test of the Fuel Recirculation Cooling System

(1) Make sure that the CBs (1QL) and (2QL) are closed.

NOTE : If the related DC BUS is not powered and the CBs not closed,
____
the applicable FLSCU cannot supply and IDG/FRV open command
via the EIU to the EEC.

(2) Do the EIS start procedure (ECAM only) (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

(3) On the ECAM control panel, push the FUEL P/BSW.

(4) Make sure that the FUEL page shows on the ECAM lower Display Unit
(DU).

(5) Monitor the FUEL system display (lower ECAM DU) and make sure that:
- all the fuel pumps are shown green in-line
- the L(R) inner wing temperature is less than 52.5 deg.C.
- the L(R) outer cell temperature is less than 55 deg.C.
- the L(R) wing tank contains more than 290 kg (639.34 lb) of fuel to
make sure that the IDG shut off sensor 38QJ1(2) is wet. Refuel if
necessary (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-003) or (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-
004).
- the cross feed valve is open.

(6) Do a minimum idle check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).

(a) Before you start the test, run the engine sufficiently to get an
engine oil temperature of 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F). You can read
this value on the lower ECAM DU.

NOTE : Fuel recirculation is not possible if engine oil


____
temperature is less than 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(b) On the upper ECAM DU make sure that the fuel flow is less than
4410 lbs/h and the fuel temperature is more than 5 deg.C (41.00
deg.F).

NOTE : Fuel recirculation is not possible if fuel flow is more


____
than 4410 lbs/h and/or fuel temperature is less than 5
deg.C (41.00 deg.F).


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(c) On panel 187VU (188VU), connect the ARINC 429 reader to the plug
199VC (198VC) pins g and h.

(d) Decode the fuel return valve position as follows.

1
_ On the ARINC 429 reader, read the label 245 bits 28 to 14.

2
_ Refer to the following table to find the valve of each
significant bit (set to 1 bit).

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Bit number| 28 | 27 | 26 | 25 | 24 | 23| 22| 21| 20| 19| 18| 17| 16| 15| 14 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|value of | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
|the bit | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
|when set |16384|8192|4096|2048|1024|512|256|128| 64| 32| 16| 8 | 4 | 2 | 1 |
|to 1 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3
_ Add all the significant bit values and calculate the position
of the fuel return valve (in percent) with the following
equation:

addition of the value of the significant bits


Valve position =______________________________________________ X 128
32768

- Example: data transmitted on bits 14 to 28 of label 245

000111111010000
28-----------14

.Value of the significant bits = 2048+1024+512+256+128+64+16


= 4048
4048
.Therefore valve position= _____ x 128 = 15.8 percent.
32768

(e) Make sure that the calculated valve position is more than 10
percent.

(7) Monitor the flexible fuel tube connection for fuel leaks (Ref. TASK
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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-13-42-080-051

A. Removal of the Test Equipment

(1) On the barfield TT1000 tester set the switch (1) to the OFF position.

(2) Disconnect the tester from the ADAPTER - FUEL RETURN VALVE (101-
00907).

(3) Disconnect the ADAPTER - FUEL RETURN VALVE (101-00907) from the
connector of the oil temperature thermocouple lead.

(4) Connect the electrical connector to the oil temperature thermocouple.

Subtask 73-13-42-410-052

B. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010)


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(3) Install the applicable access panels:


FOR 122QM
install 471BL
FOR 123QM
install 482BR.

Subtask 73-13-42-942-053

C. Removal of Equipment

(1) Remove the safety barriers.

(2) Remove the TOOL-ZERO LOCKING, FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER (98D27803500001)
from the flap/slat lever on panel 114VU.

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

(4) Remove the access platform(s).


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(5) Remove the ground support and maintenance equipment, the special and
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TASK 73-13-42-720-010- 02

Functional Test of the Fuel Recirculation Cooling System without Barfield


Tester and with AIDS

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific safety barriers


No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 3.5 m (11 ft. 6 in.)
98D27803500001 1 TOOL-ZERO LOCKING, FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12-11-28-650-003 Pressure Refuel with Automatic Control


12-11-28-650-004 Pressure Refuel with Manual Control
27-50-00-866-008 Extension of the Flaps on the Ground
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
71-00-00-710-012 Test No.3 : Idle Leak Check
71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
73-11-48-200-010 General Check of the Power Plant Flexible Fuel Tubes


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-13-42-941-054

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Make sure that the flap/slat control lever on panel 114VU is in the
zero position (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-008).

(2) Make sure that the TOOL-ZERO LOCKING, FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER
(98D27803500001) is on the slat/flap control lever.

(3) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(4) Put a warning notice on the throttle control lever to tell persons
not to operate the reverse system.

(5) Put the safety barriers in position.

Subtask 73-13-42-865-056

B. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU ENGINE/2/FADEC A/AND EIU 2 2KS2 A05
49VU ENGINE/1/FADEC A/AND EIU 1 2KS1 A04
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FADEC B 4KS2 Q40
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/FADEC B/AND EIU 1 4KS1 R41
121VU FUEL/PUMPS/2/R CTL AND L IND 10QA R29
121VU FUEL/PUMPS/1/L CTL AND R IND 3QA R23

Subtask 73-13-42-010-055

C. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.


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(2) Put the access platform below the applicable position:
FOR 122QM
below zone 520
FOR 123QM
below zone 620.

(3) Remove the applicable access panels:


FOR 122QM
remove 471BL
FOR 123QM
remove 482BR.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-13-42-720-053-A

A. Functional Test of the Fuel Recirculation Cooling System

(1) Make sure that the CBs (1QL) and (2QL) are closed.

NOTE : If the related DC BUS is not powered and the CBs not closed,
____
the applicable FLSCU cannot supply and IDG/FRV open command
via the EIU to the EEC.

(2) Do the EIS start procedure (ECAM only) (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

(3) On the ECAM control panel, push the FUEL P/BSW.

(4) Make sure that the FUEL page shows on the ECAM lower Display Unit
(DU).

(5) Monitor the FUEL system display (lower ECAM DU) and make sure that:
- all the fuel pumps are shown green in-line
- the L(R) inner wing temperature is less than 52.5 deg.C.
- the L(R) outer cell temperature is less than 55 deg.C.
- the L(R) wing tank contains more than 290 kg (639.34 lb) of fuel to
make sure that the IDG shutt off sensor 38QJ1(2) is wet. Refuel if
necessary (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-003) or (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-
004).
- the cross feed valve is open.

(6) Do a minimum idle check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).

(a) Before you start the test, run the engine sufficiently to get an
engine oil temperature of 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F). You can read
this value on the lower ECAM-DU.


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NOTE : Fuel recirculation is not possible if engine oil
____
temperature is less than 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(b) On the upper ECAM-DU make sure that the fuel flow is less than
4410 lbs/h and the fuel temperature is more than 5 deg.C (41.00
deg.F).

NOTE : Fuel recirculation is not possible if fuel flow is more


____
than 4410 lbs/h and/or fuel temperature is less than 5
deg.C (41.00 deg.F).

(c) Do this test:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1- On the MCDU:

- Push the line key adjacent to the The AIDS menu comes into view
AIDS indication

2- Push the line key adjacent to the The AIDS PARAM CALL-UP page comes into
CALL-UP PARAM indication view

3- Push the line key adjacent to the The AIDS PAR LAB CALL-UP page comes
PARAM LABEL CALL-UP indication into view

4- On the MCDU key board set:


07C/1/245/01 for engine 1.
07C/2/245/10 for engine 2.

5- Push the line key 1L. 07C, 1, 245, 01 (07C, 2, 245, 10) come
into view in their related box with the
label 245 bits.

(d) Decode the fuel return value position as follows.

1
_ Read the label 245 bits 28 to 14.

2
_ Refer to the following table to find the value of each
significant bit (set to 1 bit).


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______________________________________________________________________________
|Bit number| 28 | 27 | 26 | 25 | 24 | 23| 22| 21| 20| 19| 18| 17| 16| 15| 14|
|__________|_____|____|____|____|____|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
|value of | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
|the bit | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
|when set |16384|8192|4096|2048|1024|512|256|128| 64| 32| 16| 8 | 4 | 2 | 1 |
|to 1 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
|__________|_____|____|____|____|____|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|

3
_ Add all the significant bit values and calculate the position
of the fuel return valve (in percent) with the following
equation:

addition of the value of the significant bits


Valve position =______________________________________________ X 128
32768

- Example: date transmitted on bits 14 to 28 of label 245

000111111010000
28-----------14

.Value of the significant bits = 2048+1024+512+256+128+64+16


= 4048
4048
.Therefore valve position= _____ x 128 = 15.8 percent.
32768

(e) Make sure that the calculated valve position is more than 10
percent.

(7) Monitor the flexible fuel tube connection for fuel leaks (Ref. TASK
73-11-48-200-010).


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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-13-42-410-054

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010)


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(3) Install the applicable access panels:


FOR 122QM
install 471BL
FOR 123QM
install 482BR.

Subtask 73-13-42-942-055

B. Removal of Equipment

(1) Remove the safety barriers.

(2) Remove the TOOL-ZERO LOCKING, FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER (98D27803500001)
from the flap/slat lever on panel 114VU.

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

(4) Remove the access platform(s).

(5) Remove the ground support and maintenance equipment, the special and
standard tools and all other items.


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TASK 73-13-42-720-010- 03

Functional Test of the Fuel Recirculation Cooling System with Barfield Tester
and with AIDS

WARNING : PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES AND THE WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION BEFORE YOU
_______
START A TASK ON OR NEAR:
- THE FLIGHT CONTROLS
- THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
- THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED DOORS
- COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific barfield TT1000 tester


No specific safety barriers
No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 3.5 m (11 ft. 6 in.)
101-00907 1 ADAPTER - FUEL RETURN VALVE
98D27803500001 1 TOOL-ZERO LOCKING, FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER


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B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12-11-28-650-003 Pressure Refuel with Automatic Control


12-11-28-650-004 Pressure Refuel with Manual Control
27-50-00-866-008 Extension of the Flaps on the Ground
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
71-00-00-710-012 Test No.3 : Idle Leak Check
71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
73-11-48-200-010 General Check of the Power Plant Flexible Fuel Tubes
73-13-42-991-151 Fig. 501
73-13-42-991-152 Fig. 502

3. __________
Job Set-up

(Ref. Fig. 501/TASK 73-13-42-991-151, 502/TASK 73-13-42-991-152)

Subtask 73-13-42-941-053

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Make sure that the flap/slat control lever on panel 114VU is in the
zero position (Ref. TASK 27-50-00-866-008).

(2) Make sure that the TOOL-ZERO LOCKING, FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER
(98D27803500001) is on the slat/flap control lever.

(3) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(4) Put a warning notice on the throttle control lever to tell persons
not to operate the reverse system.

(5) Put the safety barriers in position.


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Subtask 73-13-42-865-055

B. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU ENGINE/2/FADEC A/AND EIU 2 2KS2 A05
49VU ENGINE/1/FADEC A/AND EIU 1 2KS1 A04
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FADEC B 4KS2 Q40
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/FADEC B/AND EIU 1 4KS1 R41
121VU FUEL/PUMPS/2/R CTL AND L IND 10QA R29
121VU FUEL/PUMPS/1/L CTL AND R IND 3QA R23

Subtask 73-13-42-010-054

C. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.

(2) Put the access platform below the applicable position:


FOR 122QM
below zone 520
FOR 123QM
below zone 620.

(3) Remove the applicable access panels:


FOR 122QM
remove 471BL
FOR 123QM
remove 482BR.

(4) Disconnect the electrical connector from the IDG oil temperature
thermocouple.


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Subtask 73-13-42-480-052

D. Preparation for Test

(1) Connect the ADAPTER - FUEL RETURN VALVE (101-00907) to the connector
of the IDG oil temperature thermocouple lead.

(2) Set the barfield TT1000 tester as follows:

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE POLARITY IS CORRECT BEFORE YOU CONNECT
_______
THE TEST SET TO THE ADAPTOR LEAD. IF THE POLARITY IS NOT
CORRECT THE TEST SET WILL BE DAMAGED.

(a) Set the switch (1) to the ON position.

(b) Set the FUNCTION switch (4) to the RESISTANCE MEASURE


position.

(c) Set the RESISTANCE RANGE switch (7) to the 20 ohms position.

(d) Connect the test clips together.

(e) Push and hold the red PUSH TO SET button (5) and adjust the
SYSTEM RES potentiometer (8) until a value of 1 ohm is shown on
the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) (2).

(f) Release the red PUSH TO SET button (5).

(g) Set the FUNCTION switch (4) to the INDICATOR TEST position.

(h) Set the TEMP ADJ potentiometer (3) to the MIN position.

(i) Connect the BLACK clip of the test set to the BLACK wire of the
adaptor cable ((-) channel indicator). Connect the RED clip of
the test set to the RED wire of the adaptor cable ((+) channel
indicator).

(j) Set the TEMP ADJ potentiometer (3) so that 100 -0 +0 deg.C
(212.00 -0.00 +18.00 deg.F) is shown on the LCD.

NOTE : The fuel is returned to the fuel tanks when the oil
____
temperature is 100 deg.C (212.00 deg.F) or higher. The
temperature is measured by the sensor installed on the IDG
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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-13-42-720-052-A

A. Functional Test of the Fuel Recirculation Cooling System

(1) Make sure that the CBs (1QL) and (2QL) are closed.

NOTE : If the related DC BUS is not powered and the CBs not closed,
____
the applicable FLSCU cannot supply and IDG/FRV open command
via the EIU to the EEC.

(2) Do the EIS start procedure (ECAM only) (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

(3) On the ECAM control panel, push the FUEL P/BSW.

(4) Make sure that the FUEL page shows on the ECAM lower Display Unit
(DU).

(5) Monitor the FUEL system display (lower ECAM DU) and make sure that:
- all the fuel pumps are shown green in-line
- the L(R) inner wing temperature is less than 52.5 deg.C.
- the L(R) outer cell temperature is less than 55 deg.C.
- the L(R) wing tank contains more than 290 kg (639.34 lb) of fuel to
make sure that the IDG shutt off sensor 38QJ1(2) is wet. Refuel if
necessary (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-003) or (Ref. TASK 12-11-28-650-
004).
- the cross feed valve is open.

(6) Do a minimum idle check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).

(a) Before you start the test, run the engine sufficiently to get an
engine oil temperature of 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F). You can read
this value on the lower ECAM-DU.

NOTE : Fuel recirculation is not possible if engine oil


____
temperature is less than 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(b) On the upper ECAM-DU make sure that the fuel flow is less than
4410 lbs/h and the fuel temperature is more than 5 deg.C (41.00
deg.F).

NOTE : Fuel recirculation is not possible if fuel flow is more


____
than 4410 lbs/h and/or fuel temperature is less than 5
deg.C (41.00 deg.F).


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(c) Do this test:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1- On the MCDU:

- Push the line key adjacent to the The AIDS menu comes into view
AIDS indication

2- Push the line key adjacent to the The AIDS PARAM CALL-UP page comes into
CALL-UP PARAM indication view

3- Push the line key adjacent to the The AIDS PAR LAB CALL-UP page comes
PARAM LABEL CALL-UP indication into view

4- On the MCDU key board set:


07C/1/245/01 for engine 1.
07C/2/245/10 for engine 2.

5- Push the line key 1L. 07C, 1, 245, 01 (07C, 2, 245, 10) come
into view in their related box with the
label 245 bits.

(d) Decode the fuel return value position as follows.

1
_ Read the label 245 bits 28 to 14.

2
_ Refer to the following table to find the value of each
significant bit (set to 1 bit).
______________________________________________________________________________
|Bit number| 28 | 27 | 26 | 25 | 24 | 23| 22| 21| 20| 19| 18| 17| 16| 15| 14|
|__________|_____|____|____|____|____|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
|value of | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
|the bit | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
|when set |16384|8192|4096|2048|1024|512|256|128| 64| 32| 16| 8 | 4 | 2 | 1 |
|to 1 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
|__________|_____|____|____|____|____|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|

3
_ Add all the significant bit values and calculate the position
of the fuel return valve (in percent) with the following
equation:

addition of the value of the significant bits


Valve position =______________________________________________ X 128
32768


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- Example: date transmitted on bits 14 to 28 of label 245

000111111010000
28-----------14

.Value of the significant bits = 2048+1024+512+256+128+64+16


= 4048
4048
.Therefore valve position= _____ x 128 = 15.8 percent.
32768

(e) Make sure that the calculated valve position is more than 10
percent.

(7) Monitor the flexible fuel tube connection for fuel leaks (Ref. TASK
73-11-48-200-010).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-13-42-080-052

A. Removal of the Test Equipment

(1) On the barfield TT1000 tester set the switch (1) to the OFF position.

(2) Disconnect the tester from the ADAPTER - FUEL RETURN VALVE (101-
00907).

(3) Disconnect the ADAPTER - FUEL RETURN VALVE (101-00907) from the
connector of the oil temperature thermocouple lead.

(4) Connect the electrical connector to the oil temperature thermocouple.

Subtask 73-13-42-410-053

B. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010)


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR.
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR.


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(3) Install the applicable access panels:
FOR 122QM
install 471BL
FOR 123QM
install 482BR.

Subtask 73-13-42-942-054

C. Removal of Equipment

(1) Remove the safety barriers.

(2) Remove the TOOL-ZERO LOCKING, FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER (98D27803500001)
from the flap/slat lever on panel 114VU.

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

(4) Remove the access platform(s).

(5) Remove the ground support and maintenance equipment, the special and
standard tools and all other items.


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VALVE - FUEL DISTRIBUTION (2002EM) - REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
_________________________________________________________

TASK 73-13-43-000-010

Removal of the Fuel Distribution Valve 2002EM

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER
_______
THE ENGINE IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO
ONE HOUR.

WARNING : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL STAY ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE
_______
FUEL FROM YOUR SKIN WITH WATER. THE FUEL IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO
THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND IN TO YOUR BODY.

CAUTION : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL OR OIL FALL ON THE ENGINE. UNWANTED FUEL OR
_______
OIL MUST BE REMOVED IMMEDIATELY WITH A CLEAN LINT FREE CLOTH. THE
FUEL OR OIL CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE PROTECTION AND TO SOME
PARTS.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific covers
No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)


78-30-00-040-012 Deactivation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic Control
Unit (HCU) 4101KS for Ground Maintenance
78-32-00-010-010 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Halves
73-13-43-991-152 Fig. 401
73-13-43-991-150 Fig. 402


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-13-43-941-052

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

Subtask 73-13-43-010-052

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010)


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(2) Put the access platform in position.

Subtask 73-13-43-040-052

C. Deactivate the thrust reverser.

WARNING : THE THRUST REVERSER HYDRAULIC


_______ CONTROL UNIT (HCU) MUST BE
DEACTIVATED BEFORE WORKING ON OR AROUND THE THRUST REVERSER.
FAILURE TO DEACTIVATE THE HCU CAN RESULT IN INADVERTENT THRUST
REVERSER OPERATION AND INJURY TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

(1) Deactivate the thrust reverser hydraulic control unit (HCU)


(Ref. TASK 78-30-00-040-012).


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Subtask 73-13-43-010-054

D. Open the thrust reverser halves (Ref. TASK 78-32-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR.
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-13-43-020-053

A. Removal of the fuel distribution valve

(1) Remove the fuel supply tube


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-43-991-152)

(a) Remove the nut (13), the washer (15) and the bolt (16) from the
clip point 5700. Do not remove the loop clamps (14) and (17).

(b) Remove the three bolts (18) that attach the fuel supply tube (19)
to the fuel distribution valve.

(c) Remove the lockwire from the fuel supply tube nut (23) at the
bifurcation panel (20).

(d) Disconnect the tube nut (23).

(e) Remove the tube (19) from the engine.

(f) Remove and discard the ring (24).

(g) Remove and discard the packing (22) from the connector (21) at
the bifurcation panel.

(2) Disconnect the fuel nozzle supply manifold nuts


(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 73-13-43-991-150)

(a) Remove the lockwire from the manifold nuts on the fuel manifolds
(8) at the rear of the fuel distribution valve.

(b) Disconnect the fuel manifold nuts from the adapters (5) on the
distribution valve.


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Fuel Distribution Valve (Fuel supply tube and clip Point 5700)
Figure 401/TASK 73-13-43-991-152


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Fuel Distribution Valve


Figure 402/TASK 73-13-43-991-150


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(3) Remove the fuel distribution valve
(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 73-13-43-991-150)

(a) Remove the two bolts (10) that attach the fuel distribution valve
(3) to the rear mount brackets (11).

(b) Remove the four bolts (2) that attach the front support (1) to
the stage 7 HPC air bleed valve flange.

(c) Remove the valve from the engine.

(4) Remove the transfer tubes, the packings and the gaskets
(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 73-13-43-991-150)

(a) Remove the transfer tubes (6) from the valve adapters (or
manifolds).

(b) Remove the packings (9) from the transfer tubes (6) and discard
the packings.

(c) Remove and discard the metal gaskets (7) from each of the
adapters on the

(5) If the fuel distribution valve is to be replaced do these steps:


(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 73-13-43-991-150)

(a) Remove the adapters (5) from the ten openings on the rear of the
valve.

(b) Remove the packings (4) and discard them.

(c) Remove the two bolts (12) that attach the front support (1) to
the fuel distribution valve (3) and remove the support.

(6) Put the covers on all of the openings.


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TASK 73-13-43-400-010

Installation of the Fuel Distribution Valve 2002EM

WARNING : DO NOT GET ENGINE OIL ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE OIL
_______
FROM YOUR SKIN WITH WATER. THE OIL IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO THROUGH
YOUR SKIN AND IN TO YOUR BODY.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific warning notice


No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)
R No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 50.00 lbf.in
R (0.00 to 0.56 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 30.00 to 220.00 lbf.in
(0.34 to 2.60 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 180.00 to 1800.00 lbf.in
(2.00 to 20.00 m.daN)
IAE1P16042 1 ADAPTER, LEAK TEST
IAE1P16139 1 WRENCH-TIGHTEN

B. Consumable Materials

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. V02-141 *


lockwire (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-031 *
anti galling compound (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-041 *
white petrolatum (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-045 *
leak tec fluid (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-077 *
lubricant (engine oil) (Ref. 70-30-00)


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C. Expendable Parts

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FIG.ITEM |DESIGNATION |IPC-CSN
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

4 packing 73-13-43 81A-010


7 gasket 73-11-41 80A-050
9 packings 73-11-41 80A-010
9 packings 73-11-41 80A-010A
22 packing 73-11-49 84A-100
24 ring 73-11-49 74A-020

D. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

70-23-11-911-013 General Torque Tightening Techniques


70-23-13-911-010 Procedures for the Installation of Preformed Packings
70-30-00-918-010 Consumable Materials Index
70-40-11-911-014 Locking Devices General Information
71-00-00-710-012 Test No.3 : Idle Leak Check
71-00-00-710-046 Test No.2 : Wet Motor Leak Check
71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
78-30-00-040-012 Deactivation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic Control
Unit (HCU) 4101KS for Ground Maintenance
78-30-00-440-012 Re-activation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic
Control Unit (HCU) 4101KS after Ground Maintenance
78-32-00-010-010 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Halves
78-32-00-410-010 Closing of the Thrust Reverser Halves
73-13-43-991-152 Fig. 401
73-13-43-991-150 Fig. 402

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-13-43-860-051

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU, make sure that a
warning notice is in position to tell persons not to start the
engine.


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(2) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU, make sure that the ON legend
of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2) pushbutton switch is off. Make sure
that a warning notice is in position to tell persons not to energize
the FADEC 1(2).

(3) Make sure that the access platform is in position.

Subtask 73-13-43-010-056

B. Get Access

(1) Make sure that the fan cowl doors are open: (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-
010)
FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(2) Make sure that the thrust reverser doors are open: (Ref. TASK 78-32-
00-010-010)
FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR

Subtask 73-13-43-040-053

C. Make sure that the thrust reverser Hydraulic Control Unit (HCU) is
deactivated: (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-040-012)

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-13-43-420-053

A. Installation of the fuel distribution valve


(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 73-13-43-991-150)

(1) Remove the covers from all the openings.

(2) If a new fuel distribution valve is to be installed, do these steps:

(a) Apply lubricant (engine oil) (Material No. V10-077) (Ref. TASK
70-30-00-918-010) to the threads of the two bolts (12).

(b) Install the bolts through the front support (1) and in the fuel
distribution valve and tighten them with your hand.


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(c) TORQUE the upper bolt to between 180 and 200 lbf.in (2.03 and
2.26 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013). Do not torque the lower
bolt.

(d) Apply white petrolatum (Material No. V10-041) to new packing (4)
and install the packings on the adapters (5) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-
911-010).

(e) Apply lubricant (engine oil) (Material No. V10-077) (Ref. TASK
70-30-00-918-010) to the threads the adapters (5) and install the
adapters on the ten openings on the rear of the valve (3).

(f) TORQUE the adapters (5) to between 150 and 170 lbf.in (1.69 and
1.92 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(3) Install the transfer tubes and the gasket

(a) Apply white petrolatum (Material No. V10-041) to new transfer


tube packings (9).

(b) Install packings (9) on each of the transfer tubes (6) (Ref. TASK
70-23-13-911-010).

(c) Install a transfer tube on each of the adapters on the fuel


distribution valve.

(d) Install a new gasket (7) on the conical seat on the end of each
of the adapters on the valve (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

NOTE : Petrolatum can be used to hold the gaskets in place.


____

(4) Install the fuel distribution valve

(a) Install the fuel distribution valve on the mount bracket (11) and
the stage 7 HPC air bleed valve flange.

(b) Apply lubricant (engine oil) (Material No. V10-077) (Ref. TASK
70-30-00-918-010) to the threads of the two bolts (10).

(c) Install the bolts that attach the valve to the rear mount bracket
(11).

1
_ Tighten the bolts until all the parts touch.

2
_ Turn the bolts counterclockwise three complete turns.


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(d) Apply lubricant (engine oil) (Material No. V10-077) (Ref. TASK
70-30-00-918-010) to the threads of the four bolts (2).

(e) Align the bolt holes on the front support (1) with the bolt holes
on the stage 7 HPC air bleed valve flange.

(f) Install the bolts through the support and the flange. Tighten the
bolts with your hand.

(5) Connect the fuel manifolds

(a) Apply anti galling compound (Material No. V10-031) to the


shoulder on each of the fuel manifolds (8).

(b) Connect the fuel supply manifolds to the adapters and tighten the
manifold nuts with your hand.

Subtask 73-13-43-790-053

B. Pressurize the system and check for leaks

(1) Install the ADAPTER, LEAK TEST (IAE1P16042) on the front end of the
fuel distribution valve and secure with the bolts. Tighten the bolts
with your hand.

(2) Attach a 100 psi (6.9 bar) air source to the test adapter.

(3) Pressurize the system to between 95 psi (6.5 bar) and 105 psi (7.2
bar).

(4) Check the fuel manifold nuts for leaks at the distribution valve with
leak tec fluid (Material No. V10-045).

(5) Hold the pressure for 5 minutes . No leakage from any surface, joint
or connection is permitted. Repair any leaks you find.

(6) Decrease the air pressure to zero and remove the air pressure source
from the test adapter.

(7) Remove the three bolts that attach the test adapter and remove the
test adapter from the valve.


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Subtask 73-13-43-420-061

C. Do the steps that follow :

(1) TORQUE the mount bracket bolts and the manifold nuts:
(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 73-13-43-991-150)

(a) TORQUE the lower bolt (12) to between 180 and 200 lbf.in (2.03
and 2.26 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

(b) TORQUE the four bolts (2) to between 85 and 105 lbf.in (0.96 and
1.18 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(c) TORQUE the bolts (10) on the rear mount bracket to between 180
and 200 lbf.in (2.03 and 2.26 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-
013).

(d) TORQUE the fuel supply manifolds by doing the following steps.

CAUTION : WHEN YOU USE THE IAE 1P16139 WRENCH, THE CORRECT TORQUE
_______
WILL HAVE TO BE CALCULATED USING THE FORMULA IN THE
STANDARD PRACTICES SECTION OF THIS MANUAL.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO THE PROCEDURE THAT FOLLOWS TO


_______
CORRECTLY TORQUE THE FUEL MANIFOLD COUPLING NUTS.
INCORRECT TORQUE COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE TO ENGINE
PARTS.

1
_ TORQUE the fuel manifold tube nuts with the wrench WRENCH-
TIGHTEN (IAE1P16139) to between 85 and 95 lbf.in (0.96 and
1.07 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

2
_ Do step 1_ again. Do not loosen the manifold nuts.

3
_ Do step 2_ until all manifold nuts hold the necessary torque.
If a nut will not hold the torque after four torque
procedures, replace or repair the fuel manifold or seals.

(e) Safety the manifold nuts in pair with lockwire (Material No. V02-
141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(2) Install the fuel supply tube:


(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-13-43-991-152)

(a) Apply white petrolatum (Material No. V10-041) to a new ring (24).


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(b) Install the ring in the groove on the flanged end of the fuel
supply tube (19) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(c) Install the supply tube on the front of the fuel distribution
valve.

(d) Apply lubricant (engine oil) (Material No. V10-077) (Ref. TASK
70-30-00-918-010) to the threads of the bolts (18).

(e) Install the bolts and tighten them with your hand.

(f) Apply white petrolatum (Material No. V10-041) to a new packing


(22).

(g) Install the packing (22) on the connector (21) located at the
bifurcation panel (20) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-911-010).

(h) Connect the supply tube nut (23) to the connector (21) and
tighten it with your hand.

(i) TORQUE the three bolts (18) to between 85 and 105 lbf.in (0.96
and 1.18 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(j) TORQUE the supply tube nut (23) to between 1150 and 1250 lbf.in
(12.99 and 14.12 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(k) Safety the supply tube nut (23) with lockwire (Material No. V02-
141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

(l) Attach the fuel supply tube at clip position 5700.

1
_ Put the washer (15) on the bolt (16) and install the bolt
through the loop clamps (14) and (17) and the raceway clip and
attach it with the nut (13).

2
_ TORQUE the nut (13) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013) to between 36
and 45 lbf.in (0.40 and 0.50 m.daN).


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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-13-43-410-054

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the thrust reverser halves (Ref. TASK 78-32-00-410-010):


FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR.
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR.

Subtask 73-13-43-440-052

B. Activate the thrust reverser HCU (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-440-012).

Subtask 73-13-43-410-052

C. Close Access

(1) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010)


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(2) Remove the access platform(s).

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

Subtask 73-13-43-790-054

D. Test Requirements

(1) Do an idle leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).

NOTE : A wet motor leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-046) may be


____
used to check for leaks, but this must be followed by an idle
leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).


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TASK 73-13-43-000-011

Removal of the Fuel Distribution Valve Filter

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU WORK ON THE ENGINE COMPONENTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER
_______
THE ENGINE IS SHUTDOWN. THE ENGINE COMPONENTS CAN STAY HOT FOR UP TO
ONE HOUR.

WARNING : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL STAY ON YOUR SKIN FOR A LONG TIME. FLUSH THE
_______
FUEL FROM YOUR SKIN WITH WATER. THE FUEL IS POISONOUS AND CAN GO
THROUGH YOUR SKIN AND IN TO YOUR BODY.

CAUTION : DO NOT LET ENGINE FUEL OR OIL FALL ON THE ENGINE. UNWANTED FUEL OR
_______
OIL MUST BE REMOVED IMMEDIATELY WITH A CLEAN LINT FREE CLOTH. THE
FUEL OR OIL CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE PROTECTION AND TO SOME
PARTS.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific container
No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)

B. Consumable Materials

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. V02-141 *


corrosion resistant steel lockwire (Ref. 70-30-00)


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C. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)


78-30-00-040-012 Deactivation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic Control
Unit (HCU) 4101KS for Ground Maintenance
78-32-00-010-010 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Halves
73-13-43-991-151 Fig. 403

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-13-43-941-053

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

Subtask 73-13-43-010-059

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010)


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(2) Put the access platform in position.


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Subtask 73-13-43-040-056

C. Deactivate the thrust reverser.

WARNING : THE THRUST REVERSER HYDRAULIC


_______ CONTROL UNIT (HCU) MUST BE
DEACTIVATED BEFORE WORKING ON OR AROUND THE THRUST REVERSER.
FAILURE TO DEACTIVATE THE HCU CAN RESULT IN INADVERTENT THRUST
REVERSER OPERATION AND INJURY TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

(1) Deactivate the thrust reverser hydraulic control unit (HCU)


(Ref. TASK 78-30-00-040-012).

Subtask 73-13-43-010-060

D. Open the thrust reverser halves (Ref. TASK 78-32-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR.
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR.

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 73-13-43-991-151)

Subtask 73-13-43-020-058

A. Removal of the fuel distribution valve filter

(1) Remove the fuel inlet line and the filter cover

WARNING : A SMALL QUANTITY OF FUEL WILL DRAIN FROM THE FUEL INLET
_______
LINE.
REMOVE ALL FLAMMABLE MATERIAL FROM THE AREA. DO NOT LET THE
FUEL TOUCH THE EYES OR THE SKIN.

(a) Remove the three bolts (4) that hold the fuel inlet line to the
filter cover (7).

NOTE : Be prepared to catch the remaining fuel in a container.


____

(b) Move the fuel inlet line away from the filter cover far enough to
drain the remaining fuel.

(c) Seal the fuel inlet line with a cap.


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Remove and Install the Fuel Distribution Valve Filter


Figure 403/TASK 73-13-43-991-151


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(d) Remove and discard the ring (2).

NOTE : More remaining fuel will drain from the fuel inlet line
____
when it is removed.

(e) Disconnect and remove the fuel inlet line from the lower
bifurcation panel.

(f) Remove the eight bolts (5) and the eight washers (6) that attach
the filter cover and remove the filter cover (7).

(g) Remove and discard the packing (1).

(2) Remove the filter

(a) Make a loop of corrosion resistant steel lockwire (Material No.


V02-141) under two of the four centering lugs on the exposed end
of the filter (8).

(b) Pull on the lockwire and remove the filter from the fuel
distribution valve housing (10).

(c) Remove and discard the packing (9).


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TASK 73-13-43-400-011

Installation of the Fuel Distribution Valve Filter

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific warning notice


No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 30.00 to 220.00 lbf.in
(0.34 to 2.60 m.daN)

B. Consumable Materials

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. V02-141 *


corrosion resistant steel lockwire (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-066 *
STP oil treatment (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-067 *
Mo-Lith No. 2 (Ref. 70-30-00)

C. Expendable Parts

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FIG.ITEM |DESIGNATION |IPC-CSN
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 packing 73-13-43 81A-140


2 ring 73-11-49 74A-020
9 packing 73-13-43 81A-160


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D. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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70-23-11-911-013 General Torque Tightening Techniques


70-23-13-911-010 Procedures for the Installation of Preformed Packings
70-40-11-911-014 Locking Devices General Information
71-00-00-710-012 Test No.3 : Idle Leak Check
71-00-00-710-046 Test No.2 : Wet Motor Leak Check
71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
78-30-00-040-012 Deactivation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic Control
Unit (HCU) 4101KS for Ground Maintenance
78-30-00-440-012 Re-activation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic
Control Unit (HCU) 4101KS after Ground Maintenance
78-32-00-010-010 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Halves
78-32-00-410-010 Closing of the Thrust Reverser Halves
73-13-43-991-151 Fig. 403

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-13-43-860-053

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU, make sure that a
warning notice is in position to tell persons not to start the
engine.

(2) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU, make sure that the ON legend
of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2) pushbutton switch is off. Make sure
that a warning notice is in position to tell persons not to energize
the FADEC 1(2).

(3) Make sure that the access platform is in position.

Subtask 73-13-43-010-061

B. Get Access

(1) Make sure that the fan cowls are open: (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010)
FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
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(2) Make sure that the thrust reverser doors are open: (Ref. TASK 78-32-
00-010-010)
FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR

Subtask 73-13-43-040-057

C. Make sure that the thrust reverser Hydraulic Control Unit (HCU) is
deactivated (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-040-012)

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 73-13-43-991-151)

Subtask 73-13-43-420-062

A. Installation of the fuel distribution valve filter

(1) Install the filter:

(a) Lubricate a new packing (9) with STP oil treatment (Material No.
V10-066) and install it on the filter (8) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-
911-010).

(b) Install the filter in the fuel distribution valve housing.

(2) Install the filter cover:

(a) Install a new packing.

CAUTION : FILTER COVER PACKING (1) IS MADE FROM A SPECIAL


_______
MATERIAL THAT PREVENTS OVER-HEATING. DO NOT USE AN
ALTERNATIVE SEAL.

1
_ Lubricate a new packing (1) with STP oil treatment (Material
No. V10-066) and install it on the filter cover (7) (Ref. TASK
70-23-13-911-010).

(b) Align the eight offset bolt holes.

(c) Lubricate the threads of the eight bolts (5) with Mo-Lith No. 2
(Material No. V10-067).

(d) Install the bolts (5) and the eight washers (6) that attach the
filter cover to the fuel distribution valve (10).


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(e) TORQUE the bolts (5) to between 70 and 75 lbf.in (0.79 and 0.84
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(3) Install the fuel inlet line

(a) Lubricate a new ring (2) with STP oil treatment (Material No.
V10-066) and install it on the fuel inlet line (3) (Ref. TASK 70-
23-13-911-010).

(b) Install the fuel inlet line between the lower bifurcation panel
and filter cover.

(c) Attach and torque the connection at the bifurcation panel.

(d) Install the three bolts (4) that attach the fuel inlet line to
the filter cover.

(e) TORQUE the bolts (4) to between 85 and 95 lbf.in (0.96 and 1.07
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).

(f) Safety the bolts with corrosion resistant steel lockwire


(Material No. V02-141) (Ref. TASK 70-40-11-911-014).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-13-43-410-056

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Close the thrust reverser halves (Ref. TASK 78-32-00-410-010):


FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR.
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR.

Subtask 73-13-43-440-053

B. Activate the thrust reverser HCU (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-440-012).


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Subtask 73-13-43-410-057

C. Close Access

(1) Close the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-010)


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(2) Remove the access platform(s).

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

Subtask 73-13-43-790-055

D. Test Requirements

(1) Do an idle leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).

NOTE : A wet motor leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-046) may be


____
used to check for leaks, but this must be followed by an idle
leak check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-012).


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CONTROLLING - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
_______________________________________

1. _______
General
The Full Authority Digital Electronic Control (FADEC) system provides full
range control of the engine to achieve steady state and transient
performance when operated in combination with aircraft subsystems.
The FADEC system consists of: a dual-channel FADEC unit; Fuel Metering Unit
(FMU); dedicated Permanent Magnetic Alternator (PMA); actuation systems for
stator vanes, engine bleeds, active clearance control, 10th stage cooling
air, engine and Integrated Drive Generator (IDG) heat management control;
sensors; electrical harness; and start system components.
The FADEC Electronic Engine Control (EEC) is a vibration-isolated,
air-cooled unit mounted on the engine fan case. Its vibration isolation and
cooling systems are specifically designed to provide a protected and
controlled internal environment that is completely compatible with the
electronic components.

2. __________________
System Description

A. FADEC

(1) FADEC Functions


The FADEC system operates compatibly with applicable aircraft systems
to perform the following functions
(Ref. Fig. 001)

(a) GAS generator control for steady state and transient engine
operation within safe limits.
- Fuel flow control
- Acceleration and deceleration schedules
- Variable Stator Vane (VSV) and Booster Stage Bleed Valve (BSBV)
schedules
- Turbine clearance control (High Pressure/Low Pressure) (HP/LP)
- 10th stage cooling air control
- Idle setting.

(b) Engine limits protection


- Fan and core overspeed protection to prevent engine running
over certified red lines
- Engine turbine outlet gas temperature monitoring.

(c) Power management


- Automatic engine thrust rating control
- Thrust parameter limits computation
- manual power management through constant ratings versus
throttle lever relationship


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Full Authority Digital Electronic Control - Schematic


Figure 001


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. take-off/go-around at full forward throttle control lever
position
. flex take-off at constant intermediate position whatever the
derating is
. other ratings (max continuous, max climb, idle, max reverse)
at associated throttle lever detent points.
- Automatic power management through direct engine power
adjustment to the autothrust system demand.

(d) Automatic engine start sequencing


- Control of the starter valve ON/OFF
- Control of HP fuel shutoff valve (ON/OFF on ground, ON in
flight)
- Control of the fuel schedule
- Control of the ignition (ON/OFF)
- Engine Pressure Ratio (EPR), N1, N2, WF, Exhaust Gas
Temperature (EGT) monitoring
- Abort/Recycle capability on ground.

(e) Thrust reverser control


- Control of thrust reverser actuation (deployment and stowage)
- Control of engine power during reverser operation.
. engine idle setting during reverser transient
- Control of maximum reverser power at full rearward throttle
control lever position.
- Restow command in case of non commanded deployment.
- Redeploy command in case of non commanded stowage.

(f) Engine parameters transmission for cockpit indication


- Engine primary parameters
- Starting system status
- Thrust reverser system status
- FADEC system status.

(g) Engine condition monitoring parameters transmission.

(h) Detection, isolation, accommodation and memorization of its


internal system failures.

(i) Fuel return valve control


The FADEC controls the ON/OFF return to the aircraft tank in
relationship with:
- Engine oil, IDG oil and fuel temperatures
- Aircraft fuel system configuration
- Flight phases.


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(2) Fuel Metering Unit
(Ref. Fig. 002)
The FMU provides fuel flow control for all operating conditions.
Variable fuel metering is provided by the FMU through EEC commands by
a torque motor controlled servo drive. Position resolvers provide
feedback to the EEC. The FMU has provision to route excess fuel
(above engine requirements) to the fuel diverter valve through the
bypass loop.

(3) Functional interfaces


(Ref. Fig. 003)

(4) Additional Engine Sensing (AES)


(Ref. Fig. 001)

B. Gas Generator Control

(1) Fuel Control

(a) General
The EEC produces a fuel flow request using the control laws
relevant to engine operation. The request is transmitted through
the torque motor in the fuel metering unit. Setting steady state
power, idle speed and accel/decel transients requires different
control laws.
The primary mode of setting steady state power is provided by
controlling fuel flow to set EPR as illustrated in
(Ref. Fig. 004)
An EPR Reference (EPR REF) is calculated as a function of the
Throttle Resolver Angle (TRA), ambient temperature (T2), Mach
number and altitude. The EPR reference is compared to sensed EPR
and dynamic compensation is then applied to this EPR error. The
result is that fuel flow is modulated until the EPR error is
eliminated.
If the control is unable to sense EPR or calculate EPR REF, a
transition to an N1 reversionary control mode will take place.
In the event of this transition, EEC logic is incorporated to
prevent thrust perturbation when control is transferred from EPR
to the reversionary control mode. The rotor speed reference (N1
REF) will be scheduled as a function of TRA and T2.

(b) Idle power level


Engine power level at idle is determined by selecting the highest
of three possible controlling loops as shown in
(Ref. Fig. 005)


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Fuel Metering Unit


Figure 002


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Functional Interfaces - Block Diagram


Figure 003


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Power Setting Requirements


Figure 004


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Idle Control Requirements


Figure 005


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- The first N2 is a constant corrected N2 (N2/square of theta T2)
which provides constant thrust under various ambient conditions
and varying customer bleed and horse power extraction.
- Approach idle is the second constant N2 speed which varies as a
function of total air temperature and altitude. This idle speed
is selected to ensure sufficiently short acceleration time to
go around thrust and is used when the aircraft is in an
approach configuration.
- The third requirement is for a minimum mechanical N2 speed to
avoid cut out of the electrical generator.
The highest of these three minimum N2 speed requirements is used
to generate the request for the N2-speed idle fuel flow
derivative.
Then it is compared to the fuel flow derivative based on minimum
burner pressure and the highest one is selected.

NOTE : The minimum requirement for burner pressure is determined


____
as a function of altitude. It is compared to actual burner
pressure and the error term is used to determine the fuel
flow derivative request.
Finally, the selected fuel flow derivative is integrated
and compared to the minimum fuel flow required to prevent
burner blow out. The highest fuel flow requested is used
as the command.

(c) Engine acceleration/deceleration


Engine acceleration/deceleration is accomplished as a function of
N2Dot (N2 speed derivative) to provide consistent power response
with and without bleed load throughout the engine life. A ratio
unit topper (Wf/Pb) is also provided to protect engine integrity
under abnormal engine conditions such as surge. Fuel flow for
engine starting is scheduled as a function of ratio units
(Wf/Pb).
The N2Dot acceleration schedule is a function of N2/square root
of theta T2 (N2 to conditions at the high compressor inlet) with
an altitude bias.
In the event of a fast decel, the accel schedule is transiently
reduced in anticipation of a throttle movement. This reset is
removed when the deceleration transient detection clears and a
follow-on variable timer elapses. The scheduled N2 derivative is
compared to the actual N2 derivative to form an error term, and
dynamically compensated. The output is limited by an acceleration
WfDot/Wf rate limit.
The N2Dot deceleration schedule is a function of N1/square root
of theta T2 and altitude.


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The decel N2Dot schedule is compared to the actual N2 derivative
to form an error term, and dynamically compensated. The output is
limited by a deceleration WfDot/Wf rate limit.
In the event of an engine surge, a ratio unit accel schedule
(Wf/Pb) will be in control to reduce fuel flow. Scheduled ratios
are a function of N2/square root of theta T2.6. If a surge is
detected, the requested ratio units are reduced to aid in
recovery.
Fuel for engine starting and acceleration to idle is computed
from a Wf/Pb start schedule and Pb. The schedule is a function of
N2/square root of theta T2 and P2.

(2) Variable Stator Vane (VSV) Control


The VSV position is controlled by the EEC as a function of N2/square
root of theta T2.6.
The EEC uses the VSV feedback signal from the Linear Variable
Differential Transducer (LVDT) to adjust the actual VSV position. The
VSV control schematic is given on
(Ref. Fig. 006)

(3) Booster Stage Bleed Valve (BSBV) Control


The BSBV position is controlled by the EEC. The EEC uses the BSBV
feedback signal from the LVDT to adjust the actual BSBV position.
The BSBV control schematic is given on
(Ref. Fig. 006)

(4) HPT/LPT Active Clearance Control (HPT/LPT ACC)


The HPT/LPT ACC valve modulates fan air flow to the HP and LP turbine
cases.
The EEC controls the valve position as a function of the thrust
level.
The LVDTs transmit the valve position to the EEC.
The HPT/LPT ACC schematic is given on
(Ref. Fig. 007)

(5) HP Turbine (10th Stage) Cooling Air Control


The HP turbine cooling air valve supplies supplemental air (from HP
compressor 10th stage) to cool various parts of the HP and LP
turbines.
The valve operates as a function of high rotor speed and altitude and
incorporates a 2-position switch to provide a feedback signal to the
EEC (channels A and B)
(Ref. Fig. 008)


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VSV and BSBV Control - Schematic


Figure 006


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HPT/LPT Active Clearance Control (HPT/LPT ACC)


Figure 007


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HP Turbine (10th Stage) Cooling Air Control - Schematic


Figure 008


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(6) Oil/Fuel Temperature Control

(a) General
Heating and cooling of fuel, engine oil and IDG oil is
accomplished by the Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler (FCOC), the Air Cooled
Oil Cooler (ACOC) and the IDG cooler under the management of the
EEC. Devices used by the EEC include the fuel diverter valve, the
ACOC modulating air valve and the return to tank valve. Fuel,
engine oil and IDG oil temperatures are transmitted to the EEC by
thermocouples.
The fuel temperature is measured at the exit of the filter. The
engine oil temperature is measured upstream of the ACOC. The IDG
oil temperature is measured at IDG oil cooler exit.

(b) ACOC modulating air valve


The modulating air valve regulates air flow to the ACOC. Oil
heated by the engine passes through the ACOC and then to the
FCOC. The air valve is modulated by the EEC to maintain both oil
and fuel temperatures within acceptable minimum and maximum
limits. Minimum oil temperature limits are used such that the oil
may be used to prevent fuel icing with the use of FCOC. Maximum
limits have been established to avoid breakdown of engine oil and
to avoid excessively high fuel temperatures.

(c) Fuel diverter and return to tank valve


The fuel diverter valve and the return to tank valve are
controlled by the EEC to provide the selection of four modes of
operation shown schematically in figures
(Ref. Fig. 009, 010, 011, 012)
The two-position fuel diverter valve, controlled by a single EEC
signal, and the return to tank valve, which varies flow from a
maximum to zero flow in response to a modulated EEC command, are
both contained in the same housing.
The four modes of operation, described below, are intended to
maintain fuel, engine oil and IDG oil temperatures in limits
while minimizing AOC cooling air usage. Return to tank is
inhibited under certain power conditions as well as other
aircraft fuel system conditions determined by aircraft logic.

1
_ Mode 1
(Ref. Fig. 009)
Fuel through the IDG FCOC or combined with a quantity of fuel
downstream of the FCOC is modulated for return to tank. FMU
bypass flow is returned upstream of fuel filter. This is the
normal mode of operation.
This mode is maintained if the following conditions are
satisfied:


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Heat Management System


Figure 009


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Heat Management System


Figure 010


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Heat Management System


Figure 011


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Heat Management System


Figure 012


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- engine at low power setting,
- return to tank valve not fully open to maintain IDG oil
temperature to 85 deg.C (180 deg.F).

2
_ Mode 4
(Ref. Fig. 010)
Fuel through IDG FCOC modulated for fuel return to tank. FMU
bypass flow returned upstream of FCOC. Supplemental cooling of
fuel is provided by this mode.
This mode is adopted at low engine speeds with a high IDG oil
inlet temperature.

3
_ Mode 3
(Ref. Fig. 011)
Fuel through IDG FCOC returned downstream of FCOC. FMU bypass
flow returned upstream of fuel filter. Return to tank
inhibited. This is the preferred mode of operation when return
to tank is not allowed.
This mode is maintained if the following conditions are
satisfied:
- engine at high power setting,
- ACOC not fully open,
- IDG oil temperature not greater than 110 deg.C (230 deg.F)
or 100 deg.C ( 212 deg.F) on ground.

4
_ Mode 5
(Ref. Fig. 012)
FMU bypass flow returned upstream of FCOC via the IDG cooler
in the reverse direction. Return to tank inhibited. This mode
is adopted if the conditions exist:
- fuel temperature less than 5 deg.C (41 deg.F),
- oil temperature less than 30 deg.C (86 deg.F),
- ACOC fully open in mode 3,
- IDG OIL temperature greater than 100 deg.C (212 deg.F) in
mode 4,
- IDG OIL temperature greater than 110 deg.C (230 deg.F) in
mode 3.

C. Engine Limits Protection

(1) General
The FADEC prevents inadvertent overboosting of the expected rating
(EPR limit and EPR target) during power setting.
It also prevents exceedance of rotor speeds (N1 and N2) and burner
pressure limits. In addition, the FADEC unit monitors EGT and sends
an appropriate indication to the cockpit display in case of
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The FADEC unit also provides surge recovery.

(2) Description

(a) Overspeed
Overspeed protection logic consists of overspeed limiting loops,
for both the low and high speed rotors, which act directly upon
the fuel flow command. Supplementary electronic circuitry for
overspeed protection is also incorporated in the EEC. Trip
signals for hardware and software are combined to activate a
torque motor which drives a separate overspeed valve in the fuel
metering unit to reduce fuel flow to a minimum value. The engine
can be shut down to reset the overspeed system to allow a restart
if desired.

(b) Engine surge


Engine surge is detected by a rapid decrease in burner pressure
or the value of rate of change of burner pressure, which
indicates that surge varies with engine power level (N2/square
root of theta 2 and engine inlet pressure (P2)).
Once detected, the EEC will reset the stator vanes by several
degrees in the closed direction, open the booster 7th and 10th
stage bleeds, and lower the maximum Wf/Pb schedule. Recovery of
burner pressure to its steady state level or the elapse of a
timer will release the resets on the schedules and allow the
bleeds to close.

D. Power Management

(1) Engine Thrust Setting Computation


The FADEC unit contains all the engine thrust setting curves to
provide automatic engine thrust ratings control in Engine Pressure
Ratio, (EPR) (in normal mode) and N1 (in reversionary mode).
The FADEC unit computes power management LIMIT and COMMAND parameters
in EPR mode, except during reverse operation (N1 mode). These
parameters are available for the following engine thrust modes:
- Maximum Take-Off and Go-Around
- Flexible Take-Off
- Maximum Continuous
- Maximum Climb
- Idle (no limit parameter)
- Reverse (N1 mode operation)
Environmental Control System (ECS) bleed and anti-ice bleed are taken
into account by the FADEC to compute thrust corrections.


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(a) Engine rating versus throttle position
The power management COMMAND parameter is calculated as a
function of TRA such that:
- TRA versus rated thrust relationship is as shown on
(Ref. Fig. 013)
In normal operation a forward action on the throttle resolver
does not lead to a decrease in thrust. A rearward action on the
throttle resolver does not lead to an increase in thrust except
in reverse.
- TRA versus rated thrust is consistent regardless of ambient
conditions.
- TAKE-OFF/GO-AROUND ratings are always achieved at full forward
throttle resolver position.
- Other ratings (MAX-CONT, MAX-CLIMB, IDLE, MAX REVERSE) are
achieved at constant throttle resolver positions.
- FLEXIBLE TAKE-OFF for a given derating is achieved at constant
retarded throttle resolver position.
- In normal operation there is no restriction on TRA rate of
change.
Engine transient response in the Engine Pressure Ratio (EPR)
and low Rotor Speed (N1) power setting modes is critically
damped with minimal overshoot.

(b) Flexible take-off rating


FLEXIBLE TAKE-OFF rating is set by the assumed temperature method
with the possibility to insert an assumed temperature value
higher than the maximum one certified for engine operation to
provide for the maximum derate allowed by the certifying
Authorities.
The FADEC unit permits:
FLEXIBLE TAKE-OFF procedure with constant retarded throttle
resolver position, allowing the application of full TAKE-OFF
power at full forward position if selected. At this given
retarded throttle resolver position, the FADEC unit thrust
setting is such that thrust obtained all along the FLEXIBLE
TAKE-OFF at T1 ambient temperature, and with TA assumed
temperature, is the same as thrust obtained during MAXIMUM
TAKE-OFF at an actual ambient temperature of TA.

(c) Reverse
The FADEC unit controls thrust rating during thrust reverser
operation.
Engine power is set automatically by the FADEC unit to the level
required for correct deploying and restowing operations in all
ambient conditions. Maximum reverse power is obtained at a unique
throttle control lever position (maximum rearward) and is
automatically limited.


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Thrust Command Relationship


Figure 013


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Reverser selection logic is based on throttle control lever
positions and aircraft discrete information.
During reverser transit, the power setting command is limited as
a function of reverser position and throttle control lever
resolver position as shown in
(Ref. Fig. 014)
When reverser is fully deployed or fully restowed, the FADEC unit
follows throttle control lever demand.
In case of an inadvertent deployment (sensed movement greater
than 10 percent of actuator full deploy travel), the EEC will
execute an auto-restow
(Ref. Fig. 014)
In case of an inadvertent stowing (sensed movement greater than
10 percent of actuator full stow travel), the EEC will execute an
auto-redeploy
(Ref. Fig. 014)
If the reverser inadvertent travel exceeds 15 percent of its
travel from the fully stowed position, the EEC will command idle
power. If reverser inadvertent travel exceeds 22 percent of its
travel from the fully deployed position, the EEC will command
idle power
(Ref. Fig. 014)

(2) Thrust Setting

(a) General
(Ref. Fig. 015)
Two thrust setting modes are available, the autothrust mode and
the manual mode. The mode selection depends on throttle control
lever position and on the autothrust activation/deactivation
logic.
Throttles control levers move over a sector divided into three
areas where autothrust system (ATHR) can be activated or not
(Ref. Fig. 016)
- In the rear region (from 5 up to and excluding 4) ATHR cannot
be activated.
- In the middle region (from and including 4 up to and including
2) ATHR can be activated.
- In the forward region (from 2 to 1) ATHR cannot be activated.
TAKE-OFF and FLEX TAKE-OFF shall be performed manually.
The thrust setting general arrangement is given on
(Ref. Fig. 017)


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Thrust Reverser Inadvertent Deploy/Restow


Figure 014


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Thrust Reverser Logic State Diagram


Figure 015


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Throttle Control Lever Definition


Figure 016


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Figure 017


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(b) ATHR activation/deactivation
(Ref. Fig. 018, 019)
The autothrust function (ATHR) can be engaged or active. The
engagement logic is done in the Flight Management Computer (FMGC)
and the activation logic is implemented into the EEC. The
activation logic in the EEC unit is based upon two digital
discretes, ATHR engaged, ATHR active, from the FMGC, plus an
analog discrete from the instinctive disconnect pushbutton on the
throttle control lever.
The ATHR function is engaged automatically in the FMGC by auto
pilot mode demand and manually by action on the ATHR pushbutton
located on the Flight Control Unit (FCU).
The ATHR de-activation and ATHR disengagement are achieved by
action on the disconnect pushbutton located on the throttle
control levers or by pressing the ATHR pushbutton provided that
the ATHR was engaged, or by selection of the reverse thrust.
If the Alpha Floor condition is not present, setting at least one
throttle control lever forward of the MCT gate leads to ATHR
deactivation but maintains ATHR engaged; the thrust is controlled
by the throttle control lever position and ATHR will be activated
again as soon as both throttle control levers are set at or below
MCT gate.
If the Alpha Floor condition is present, the ATHR function can be
activated regardless of throttle control lever position.
When ATHR is deactivated (pilots action or failure), the thrust
is frozen to the actual value at the time of the deactivation.
The thrust will be tied to the throttle control lever position as
soon as the throttle control levers have been set out of the MCT
or MCL positions.
The ATHR is active if:
0 less than or equal to TLA less than MCT or (TLA = MCT and
selected mode different from FLEXTO) or Alpha Floor condition
and - FCU discretes set to 1
ATHR active = 1
ATHR engaged = 1
and - Deactivation condition is not present.

(c) ATHR deactivation


There are two cases:

1
_ The thrust is frozen to the N1 actual if (memo thrust
setting):
- ATHR was active in the EEC
and - throttle is in MCT gate of MCL gate
and - one of the deactivation conditions is present
- ATHR not engaged (from the EEC)
or - N1 target not valid


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Autothrust System (ATHR) - Activation/Deactivation


Figure 018


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Autothrust System (ATHR) - Activation/Deactivation


Figure 019


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or - instinctive disconnect condition.
OR
- Thrust was frozen
and - condition to switch to manual thrust setting not
present
and - condition to switch to automatic thrust setting not
present.

2
_ The thrust is controlled manually (i.e., function of TLA
position) if:
- The throttle control levers are not in the ATHR area
OR
- ATHR setting or thrust was frozen
and - TLA different from MCT and TLA different from MCL
and - one of the deactivation conditions is present
OR
- ATHR setting or the thrust was frozen
and - the deactivation condition not present
and - the FCU discrete ATHR active is not present
OR
- Manual Thrust was selected
and - condition to switch to automatic mode not present
OR
- Power up condition.

(d) Manual thrust setting

1
_ General
In manual thrust setting mode, power management COMMAND
parameter is calculated as a function of the throttle lever
angle (TLA) as follows:
Throttle lever angle versus rated thrust relationship is as
shown on
(Ref. Fig. 020)
A forward action of the throttle control lever will not lead
to a decrease in thrust. A rearward action on the throttle
control lever will not lead to an increase in thrust.
TLA versus rated thrust is consistent regardless of ambient
conditions.
TAKE-OFF/GO-AROUND ratings are always achieved at full forward
throttle control lever position (except in Alpha-floor mode).
Other ratings (MAX CONTINUOUS, MAX CLIMB, IDLE, MAX REVERSE)
are achieved at constant throttle control lever positions.
FLEXIBLE TAKE-OFF for a given derating is achieved at constant
retarded throttle control lever position.


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(FN - TLA) Relationship


Figure 020


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2
_ Thrust limit mode selection
Throttle control lever is used as a rating mode selection
device. By receiving the throttle control lever position
signal, the FADEC computes permanently thrust limit ratings,
shall select the corresponding limit value and send it to the
cockpit.
Thrust limit mode selection shall be achieved by manually
setting the throttle control lever to the corresponding unique
position
(Ref. Fig. 016)
- MAX CLIMB rating on position 3.
- MAX CONTINUOUS rating on position 2.
- MAX TAKE-OFF/GO-AROUND rating on position 1 (MTO/GA).
When the throttle control lever is positioned between two
unique positions, the FADEC will select the limit of the
higher for display

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
A/C |ENGINE |DERATE| TRA | -38 | -8.23 | 5.75 | 51.5 | 69.67 | 85.5 |
| | | |deg. |deg. |deg. |deg. |deg. |deg. |
STATUS|STATUS |STATUS| TLA | -20 | -4.22 | 3.03 | 27.11 | 36.67 | 45 |
| | | |deg. |deg. |deg. |deg. |deg. |deg. |
----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
ON |RUNNING| NO |BIT STATUS| 110 | 101 | 101 | 101 | 101 | |
GROUND| |DERATE|EPR OR N1 | | | | | | |
| | | LIMIT (1)| | | | | | |
----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
ON | NOT | NO |BIT STATUS| 110 | 010 | 010 | 011 | 101 | |
GROUND|RUNNING|DERATE|EPR OR N1 | | | | | | |
| | | LIMIT (1)| | | | | | |
----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
ON | NOT | |BIT STATUS| 110 | 010 | 010 | 100 | 101 | |
GROUND|RUNNING| FLEX |EPR OR N1 | | | | | | |
| | | LIMIT (1)| | | | | | |
----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
ON | | |BIT STATUS| 110 | 100 | 100 | 100 | 101 | |
GROUND|RUNNING| FLEX |EPR OR N1 | | | | | | |
| | | LIMIT (1)| | | | | | |
----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| | NO |BIT STATUS| 110 | 010 | 010 | 011 | 101 | |
FLIGHT|RUNNING|DERATE|EPR OR N1 | | | | | | |
| | | LIMIT (1)| | | | | | |
----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| | |BIT STATUS| 110 | 010 | 010 | 100 | 101 | |
FLIGHT|RUNNING| FLEX |EPR OR N1 | | | | | | |
| | | LIMIT (1)| | | | | | |
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
A/C |ENGINE |DERATE| TRA | -38 | -8.23 | 5.75 | 51.5 | 69.67 | 85.5 |
| | | |deg. |deg. |deg. |deg. |deg. |deg. |
STATUS|STATUS |STATUS| TLA | -20 | -4.22 | 3.03 | 27.11 | 36.67 | 45 |
| |ALPHA |BIT STATUS| 101 | 101 | 101 | 101 | 101 | |
FLIGHT|RUNNING|FLOOR |EPR OR N1 | | | | | | |
| | | LIMIT (1)| | | | | | |
----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Description of Bits in Discrete Label 292

(1)
Bit No.21 20 19 No. Definition
----------------- - ----------
0 0 0 0 Invalid thrust mode (N1 unrated mode)
0 0 1 1 Not used
0 1 0 2 Max Climb thrust mode
0 1 1 3 Max Continuous thrust mode
1 0 0 4 Flex Take off
1 0 1 5 Max Take off/Go-Around thrust mode
1 1 0 6 Reverse thrust mode
1 1 1 7 Bump

NOTE : In case of non validation of FLEX TAKE-OFF temperature


____
before the throttle control lever is set to the MCT
detent, the FADEC will not activate FLTO. In-flight if
the throttle control lever is set to MCL or to TO/GA
then FLTO is cancelled, and FLTO becomes MCT.

When both throttle control lever positions select two


different modes the rating limits sent by the two FADECs will
be different. The Auto Flight System (AFS) will take into
account the highest one.
On the ground, as soon as the FADEC is powered ON (engine
not running), it shall be possible to read the computed thrust
limit parameter values on the upper ECAM DU by positioning the
throttle control lever on the various unique positions.
(Including flex take-off condition).
On the ground, as soon as the engine is running, the
computation of the thrust limit parameter is initialized in
MTO/GA mode.

3
_ Flex take-off
On the ground, if a Flex TO temperature has been set on the
CDU of the FMS and has been validated (range, parity, SSM
test...) and is higher than the static air temperature, the
FADEC unit shall set the MCT/FLEX TO detent point at the Flex
TO (FTO) rating.


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When the engine is not running, the limit mode is a function
of the throttle control lever position. When the conditions of
the previous paragraph are met as soon as engine is running,
the computation of the thrust limit parameter is initialized
in Flex TO mode, as long as the throttle control lever is
lower than or equal to MCT.
When the engine is running, by setting the throttle control
lever above MCL, the value of FLEX temperature is latched in
the FADEC unit and the FLEX temperature value sent by the FMS
is no longer considered in power management computations.
In flight, the only way to cancel the FLEX TAKE-OFF rating and
to reset the MCT/FTO position to MCT rating is to set the
throttle control lever to less than or equal to MCL or equal
to TO/GA.
In flight, changing from the FLEX TAKE-OFF thrust limit mode
to MCT limit mode shall be achieved by setting the throttle
control lever in one of the two detent points - TO/GA or MCL -
and by coming back to the MCT detent point.
In flight, it shall not be possible to set back the MCT/FLEX
TO detent point to FTO rating.
When a FLEX TAKE-OFF is performed, MAX TAKE-OFF rating shall
be achieved by pushing the throttle control lever to the full
forward stop.

4
_ Thrust adjustment
In manual mode the actual thrust parameter controlled by the
FADEC shall be adjusted to the level required by the throttle
control lever position through EPR CMD = f (TLA).
(Ref. Fig. 020)
When throttle control lever is positioned on one of the unique
positions the commanded thrust parameter shall be the limit
corresponding to this unique position.

(e) Autothrust setting

1
_ General
In autothrust mode the FADEC is working with EPR CMD = EPR
target from the AFS, taking into account that the EPR CMD will
be always limited by the EPR throttle.

2
_ Alpha floor protection
Alpha floor protection is part of autothrust function.
When the aircraft angle of attack is greater than a threshold
depending on the aircraft configuration, the alpha floor
condition is reached and the ATS sends an EPR target demand
equal to EPR MAX TAKE-OFF.


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When receiving alpha floor protection signal through ARINC 429
data bus, the FADEC switches EPR target limitation from EPR
throttle = f (TLA) to EPR MAX TAKE-OFF for any throttle
control lever position.
The alpha floor function can only be overridden by pilots
action on the ATHR system disconnect switches located on the
throttle control levers.

3
_ Memo thrust setting
When ATHR is deactivated, there are some cases where the
thrust is frozen to the actual value see 5.B. (2) in that case
the thrust is set accordingly to logic shown on
(Ref. Fig. 021)

E. Engine Starting/Ignition Control


(Ref. Fig. 022)

(1) General
There are two modes of starting control associated with two different
procedures and corresponding to two engine starting logics in the EEC
(Ref. Fig. 022)

(a) Automatic starting logic under the full authority of the FADEC
system.
The FADEC initiates the automatic sequence of command to:
- pneumatic starter valve opening and closing
- HP fuel valve
- igniters.
The FADEC provides:
- engine limits protection N1, N2, EGT
- on ground start abort in case of detected incident (hot start,
stall, failure to light, hung start)
- in flight start, only fault indication, without automatic start
abort
- specific fault message transmission.

(b) Alternate start logic with authority of the FADEC limited to:
- actuation of the pneumatic starter valve, through the
activation of the MAN START pushbutton switch and the setting
of the ENG/MODE/CRANK/NORM/IGN START to IGN START.
- energization of the spark igniter and setting of the ENG/MASTER
control switch to ON to energize the HP fuel shut off valve.
- Stop of the ignition and starter air valve.
- generation of warning indications.
A passive survey of the engine is provided during start without
authority to abort it.


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Figure 021


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Figure 022


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Other FADEC functions are associated to the starting function
such as engine cranking, flame out detection and continuous
ignition selection.

(2) Automatic Start

(a) Engine starting logic


The FADEC has the capability to perform starting of the engine,
including protection of the engine during the starting phase with
the necessary indication to the cockpit.
The FADEC operates with the following sequence:
- the selector being in ignition position, the FADEC opens the
pneumatic starter valve and a dry crank sequence of 30s is
performed when the MASTER control switch is switched to ON
- then the FADEC switches the igniter ON and opens the HP fuel
shut off valve
- at N2 = 43 percent rpm the FADEC closes the pneumatic starter
valve and deenergizes the igniter
- then the FADEC controls the fuel according to the start fuel
schedule
- in case of ignition delay, the FADEC will automatically operate
both igniters and will provide information to the DMC
- for an airstart the FADEC identifies windmilling or starter
assist conditions
- in case of failure of the automatic starter valve actuation
device, the FADEC logic is compatible with manual actuation of
the start valve.

(b) Start interruption


Interruption of automatic start is possible by selection of the
ENG/MASTER control switch to the OFF position.
This action initiates:
- direct closure of the HP fuel shut off valve
- pneumatic starter valve closure via the FADEC
- de-energization of the igniters.

(c) Start abort

1
_ On the ground
Start abort by the FADEC is automatic in case of detected
incident such as:
- hot start,
- no ignition,
- start stall.
The FADEC also provides the necessary information to the
cockpit.


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2
_ In flight
The FADEC provides the same monitor as on ground with fault
indication but the start abort is manual only.

(3) Alternative Start

(a) Engine starting logic


The FADEC has the capability to perform alternative start, after
reception of the MAN START signal.
The FADEC operating sequence is as follows:
- with the ENG/MODE/CRANK/NORM/IGN START selector switch in the
IGN/START position, the FADEC opens the pneumatic starter valve
when it receives the MAN START signal and an automatic dry
crank sequence of 30s is performed.
- then the ENG/MASTER control switch is switched to ON, the FADEC
opens the HP fuel shut off valve and energizes igniter.
- when N2 reaches 43 percent rpm the FADEC closes the starter
valve and de-energizes the igniter
- then the FADEC controls the fuel according to the start fuel
schedule.

NOTE : For airstart, when alternative start is selected, the


____
FADEC always commands a starter assisted airstart
- in alternate mode the FADEC performs the same monitoring
as in automatic start and provides the same warning
indications but the starting interruption is under manual
control.

(b) Start interruption


Interruption of the alternative start is possible:
- before the MASTER control switch is set to ON, by switching the
MAN START pushbutton switch to OFF.
- after the MASTER control switch is set to ON, by switching
first the MAN START pushbutton switch to OFF and then the
MASTER control switch to OFF.

(4) Engine Shut off


If the MASTER control switch is set to the OFF position, an engine
off signal is sent to the FADEC. The HP fuel shut off valve is
directly closed.
The FADEC does not have the capability to turn fuel off except during
automatic ground start below N2 idle speed.
The direct signal from the cockpit has always priority over the FADEC
for shutting the engine down even if the FADEC commands the HP fuel
shut off valve open.


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(5) Engine Flame-out
The FADEC will detect an engine flameout and automatically attempt a
relight. This procedure will select dual ignition and send the
corresponding message for cockpit display. If the attempt to relight
is unsuccessful, the FADEC will identify engine condition, command
the restart conditions, and send a message for cockpit display.

(6) Dry Crank


Dry crank can be selected manually from the cockpit starting panel or
automatically by the FADEC when starting sequence is aborted by the
FADEC.
Manual cranking is selected by:
- ENG/MODE selector switch in CRANK position
- MAN start pushbutton switch set to ON.
Manual cranking is interrupted by:
- MAN START pushbutton switch set to OFF.
Automatic cranking is selected automatically by the FADEC when it has
aborted a ground start.
This can be interrupted manually at any time by positioning the
ENG/MASTER control switch to OFF.

(7) Wet Crank


Wet crank can only be performed manually, it is selected by:
- ENG/MODE selector switch in CRANK position,
- MAN START pushbutton switch set to ON,
- ENG/MASTER control switch set to ON position.
Wet crank is interrupted by selection of MAN START pushbutton switch
to OFF (HP fuel shut off valve left open).
Selection of the ENG/MASTER control switch to OFF (manual start left
ON) leads to dry crank.

(8) Igniter Selection/Continuous Ignition Selection


The FADEC automatically alternates the igniter used for each start.
The FADEC automatically selects continuous ignition when:
- the ENG/MODE selector switch is turned to IGN/START while the
engines are at or above idle,
- flameout is detected,
- airstart is performed,
- takeoff (determined by TRA) or flex takeoff is performed,
- engine anti-ice is selected,
- EIU fails (except during cranking),
- EEC receives a failed rotory selector position input from the EIU,
- approach idle is selected,
- Master Lever is inadvertently cycled from ON to OFF then back to ON
position.


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F. Engine Parameter Transmission for Cockpit Display
The FADEC provides the necessary engine parameters for cockpit display
through the ARINC 429 data bus outputs.

G. Engine Condition Parameter Transmission


Engine Condition monitoring is provided by the ability of the FADEC to
transmit the engine parameters through the ARINC 429 data bus output.
The basic engine parameters available are:
- WF, N1, N2, P5, PB, Pamb T4.9 (EGT), P2, T2, P3 and T3.
- VSV, BSBV, 7th and 10th stage bleed commanded positions HPT/LPT ACC,
HPT cooling, WF valve or actuator position
- status and maintenance words, engine serial number and position.
In order to perform a better analysis of the engine condition, some
additional parameters are optionally available. These are P12.5, P2.5 and
T2.

H. FADEC System Maintenance

(1) Fault Detection


The FADEC maintenance is facilitated by internal extensive Built in
Test Equipment (BITE) providing efficient fault detection.
The results of this fault detection are contained in status and
maintenance words according to ARINC 429 specification and are
available on the output data bus.

(2) Fault display on the Scheduled Maintenance Report (SMR)


Faults are shown and recorded on the Scheduled Maintenance Report.
They are stored in the EEC memory with the date when the fault
occurred for the last time.
A maximum of 60 faults during the last 64 flights legs can be
recorded.
Thus, if there are less than 60 faults recorded, the faults recorded
before will be available on the Scheduled Maintenance Report during
64 flight legs.
After 64 flight legs, the fault is erased from the EEC memory.
For each fault, there is the date when the fault occurred last:
- If the date of the fault is superseded by the date of the last
flight leg, the fault is still present.
- If the date of the fault is not the same as the date of the last
flight leg, the fault is no more present but is available on the
Scheduled Maintenance Report during a maximum of 64 flight legs.

(3) Non Volatile Memory


In flight fault data is stored in FADEC non volatile memory and, when
requested, is available on an aircraft centralized maintenance
display unit.


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(4) Communication with CFDS
Ground test of electrical and electronic parts is possible from the
cockpit, with engines not running and through the CFDS.
The FADEC provides engine control system self testing to detect
problems at LRU level.
With the FADEC no engine ground run is necessary for trim purposes
after component replacement.

3. _____________________
Component Description

A. Engine Sensors
NOTE : The EEC uses P2 pressure and P5 pressure (from P2 and P5 sensors)
to calculate EPR value = P5
--
P2

(1) T4.9 (EGT) Sensor


(Ref. 77-20-00)

(2) N1 Sensor
(Ref. 77-10-00)

(3) N2 Sensor
(Ref. 77-10-00)

(4) Engine Oil Temperature Sensor


(Ref. 79-30-00)

(5) P2/T2 Sensor


(Ref. Fig. 023)
The P2/T2 sensor is located near the 12 oclock position of the inlet
cowl. It measures total pressure and temperature in the inlet air
stream of the engine forward of the engine front flange. The dual
output total temperature measurement is accomplished by two
resistance-sensing elements housed in the P2/T2 sensor body. Each
channel of the Electronic Engine Control (EEC) monitors one of these
resistance elements and converts the resistance measurement to a
temperature equivalent. The total gas pressure is transmitted by the
pressure tubing and measured by the sensor located in channel A of
the EEC. The anti-icing function of the P2/T2 sensor is provided
through a heating element internally bonded to the sensor. The heater
is a hermetically sealed, coaxial resistance element brazed
internally to the sensor casting. Aircraft power, which is used for
the heater, is switched on and off by the EEC, via the relay box.


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(6) P3/T3 Sensor
(Ref. Fig. 024)
The P3/T3 sensor monitors the pressure and temperature at the exit of
the HP compressor. The combined sensor houses two thermocouples and
one pressure inlet port. Each thermocouple provides an independent
electrical signal, proportional to the temperature, to one channel of
the Electronic Engine Control (EEC).
The purpose of the P3/T3 sensor is to provide performance data to the
EEC for starting and during transient and steady state operation of
the engine.

(7) P5 (4.9) Sensor


(Ref. Fig. 025)
Pressure sensing instrumentation is incorporated in the leading edge
of specific turbine exhaust case struts. Struts 4, 7 and 10 contain
the pressure sensing ports. Each sensing point contains eight radial
pressure sensing ports which are combined to provide an average
pressure. The resulting average radial pressure value from each strut
is then ducted into a manifold which provides an overall turbine
exhaust pressure average (P4.9). A tube from this manifold is
connected to the Electronic Engine Control (EEC).
A pressure transducer located within the EEC converts the average
pressure at station 4.9 into a useable electronic signal
(proportional to pressure) that can be processed and used by the EEC
as required to control the engine, perform fault detection, etc..

(8) Fuel Temperature Sensor


(Ref. Fig. 026)

(a) Description
The fuel temperature is measured by the thermocouple at the fuel
exit of the FCOC (Fuel Cooled Oil Cooler).
The thermocouple is composed of stainless steel sheathed sensing
portion, stainless steel installing flange with seal spigot and
electrical connector.
Fuel temperature is controlled by the fuel diverter valve which
is installed upstream of the FCOC.

(b) Operation
The measured temperature is transmitted to the EEC.
In response to the measured temperature, the EEC sends the signal
to the fuel diverter valve. The fuel diverter valve is used to
reduce the fuel temperature if it is too high. The excess of high
pressure fuel flow from the FMU and return fuel from control
actuator are routed to the diverter valve which normally directs
the flow to the FCOC exit.


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Figure 025


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Figure 026


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B. Dedicated Permanent Magnet Alternator (PMA)
(Ref. Fig. 027)
The alternator functions as the primary power source for the EEC and
transmits an N2 signal to the EEC, Engine Vibration Monitoring Unit
(EVMU) and the cockpit. It comprises two stators (one power and one
speed) and a rotor.
The rotor is mounted directly on the gearbox output shaft and the stator
is bolted to the gearbox housing.
The alternator provides two identical and independent power outputs, one
for each channel of the EEC. On one channel, an N2 speed input is
obtained by the EEC by sensing the frequency of the output of the
alternator.
A separate stator provides two identical frequency outputs: one is
utilized by the Engine Vibration Monitoring Unit (EVMU), and the other
utilized by the EEC as an N2 speed input. The ECAM system is provided
with this signal as it is valid at very low speeds. The speed stator is
designed to tolerate indefinite short circuit conditions.
The stator and rotor are sealed from the gearbox by a shaft seal. If a
shaft seal failure occurs and the alternator fills with engine oil, the
alternator will continue to function normally.
To maintain the temperature of the dedicated alternator at an acceptable
level the alternator incorporates an integral cooling air manifold using
fan air.

C. Engine Electronic Control (EEC)


(Ref. Fig. 028, 029)

(1) General
The Electronic Engine Control is the main component of the engine
fuel and control system. The EEC receives data input from the other
aircraft systems and generates control signals to the engine systems
and components. The EEC also monitors the systems and components to
make sure they operate properly.

(2) Description
The EEC is installed on the fan case, at the 2 oclock location. It
is attached with four brackets and four vibration-isolated bolts.
The EEC is a full-authority digital control. It has two identical
electronic channels. Each channel receives aircraft and
engine-supplied data, including:
- throttle position,
- total air pressure,
- total air temperature,
- pressure altitude,
- rotor speeds,
- Exhaust Gas Temperature (EGT),
- aircraft digital data.


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Figure 027


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Figure 028


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Figure 029


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This data is used to set the correct engine ratings for the flight
condition. The EEC also transmits engine performance data to the EIU.
This data can be used for cockpit display, thrust management and
condition-monitoring systems.
The EEC controls these engine functions:
- acceleration and deceleration limits,
- Engine Pressure Ratio (EPR),
- isochronous idle speed governing,
- overspeed limits (N1 and N2),
- fuel flow,
- compressor stator vane angle,
- compressor bleed systems,
- turbine cooling air,
- air-cooled and fuel-cooled oil coolers,
- active clearance control system,
- thrust reverser,
- automatic start of the engine.
The EEC controls these aircraft-powered (28 volt) components:
- fuel on/off solenoid,
- starter pneumatic valve,
- ignition relay box,
- thrust reverser control solenoids (2).
The fuel cutoff system is manually operated and is not controlled by
the EEC (except during start sequence).
The EEC uses identical software in each of the two electronic
channels. Each of the two channels has a processor, power supply,
program memory and input/output function.
This provides redundancy for the engine control system.
The mode of operation and the selection of the channel in control
results from availability of input signals and output controls. Each
channel normally uses its own input signals. Each channel can also
use signals from the other channel.
The primary mode of operation is a closed-loop control using Engine
Pressure Ratio (EPR). If sufficient input signals are not available
to operate in this mode, the EEC changes to closed-loop control using
N1 speed (Ref. Chapter 3.A.).
Selection of the channel in control results from the ability to
control the most important outputs and condition of the processor and
power supply.
The output devices use hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical sources
of power. Torque motors and solenoids use redundant coils. Feedback
devices such as resolvers, Linears Variable Directional Transducers
(LVDTs), and Rotary Variable Directional Transducers (RVDTs) are
redundant, with one provided for each channel of the EEC. The EEC is
shielded and grounded to prevent damage caused by lightning.


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(3) Power Supply
Electrical power for the EEC is supplied by an alternator.
The alternator is driven by the engine gearbox.
The alternator has two independent windings, one for each channel of
the EEC.
28VDC power is used to supply:
- the EEC for auto start on the ground,
- the reverser,
- the start control in flight,
- the EEC (as an alternative to the alternator in flight).

(4) Test
The EEC has extensive self-test and fault isolation logic. This logic
operates continuously to detect and isolate the faults in the EEC and
associated systems.

D. Fuel Metering Unit (FMU)


(Ref. Fig. 030, 031)
The Fuel Metering Unit (FMU) provides fuel flow control for all operating
conditions. Variable fuel metering is provided by the FMU through EEC
commands, by a torque motor controlled servo drive. Position resolvers
provide feedback to the EEC. The FMU has provision to route excess fuel
above engine requirements to the fuel diverter valve through the bypass
loop.
A separate overspeed valve is installed in series with the main metering
valve. The overspeed system reduces engine fuel flow to a minimum value
in the event of an overspeed, as detected by the EEC. Overspeed valve
position indication is provided to the EEC. The overspeed control is
actuated by a dual coil torque motor. A fuel shutoff valve, independent
from the main metering valve and the overspeed control valve, is provided
in the FMU. When closed, the valve shuts off the fuel of the combustion
system and unloads the fuel pump by connecting the high pressure fuel to
the high pressure pump inlet. The shutoff valve is controlled by a 28
volt DC powered torque motor.
Indication of the shutoff valve position is provided as a digital signal
to the EIU from the EEC.
The FMU also provides fuel hydraulic pressure to all the fuel hydraulic
system external actuators. These include the BSBV system actuators,
stator vane actuator, return-to-tank valve, ACOC air valve and HPT/LPT
ACC valve. Each modulated actuator is controlled by a pilot valve
positioned by an EEC signal to a torque motor. Low pressure return fuel
from the actuators is sent to the fuel diverter valve.
During start-up, a on/off servo valve automatically shuts off control
flow to the external devices to minimize fuel pump requirements at low
speed. The servo valve is switched on after receiving a fuel pressure
signal from the diverter valve indicating adequate fuel capacity in the
bypass loop.


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Figure 030


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Figure 031


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E. Ignition Boxes
They are powered with aircraft 115VAC - 400Hz through the EIV and the
FADEC.
The igniter A is powered from the emergency bus and the igniter B is
powered from the normal bus.

F. Pneumatic Starter Valve


The FADEC controls the opening/closing of the valve and receives the
open/not open signal from the valve.

G. Thrust Reverser Control Valve Actuation


(Ref. 73-25-00).

H. VSV Feedback Signal


The FADEC receives a VSV position feedback signal from the VSV actuator.

J. BSBV Feedback Signal


Same as VSV feedback signal.

K. HP Turbine Cooling Controlled Air System Feedback Signal


The FADEC receives a position feedback signal from the control valve.

L. HPT/LPT ACC Feedback Signal


Same as HP turbine cooling system feedback signal.


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FADEC SYSTEM - ADJUSTMENT/TEST
______________________________

TASK 73-22-00-710-040

Operational Test of the FADEC SYSTEM on the Ground

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Use this test to do a check of the FADEC system operation.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
31-32-00-860-012 Procedure to Get Access to the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST/ENG
Page
TSM 70-00-00 P.Block 301
73-22-00-991-900 Fig. 501

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-22-00-861-050

A. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).


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Subtask 73-22-00-865-050

B. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
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49VU ENGINE/1 AND 2/IGN/SYS A 1JH A03
FOR 1000EM1
49VU ENGINE/1/FADEC A/AND EIU 1 2KS1 A04
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG1/SYS B 3JH1 P41
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG1/SYS A BAT 2JH1 P39
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/FADEC B/AND EIU 1 4KS1 R41
FOR 1000EM2
49VU ENGINE/2/FADEC A/AND EIU 2 2KS2 A05
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG2/SYS B 3JH2 P42
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG2/SYS A BAT 2JH2 P40
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FADEC B 4KS2 Q40

Subtask 73-22-00-869-050

C. On the MAINTENANCE PNL 50VU:


- Release the FADEC GND PWR 1(2) pushbutton switch
- On the pushbutton switch, the ON legend comes on.

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 501/TASK 73-22-00-991-900)

Subtask 73-22-00-710-050

A. Do this test:

CAUTION : YOU MUST NOT DO THIS TEST IN GUSTING WIND CONDITIONS AS THIS
_______
CAN CAUSE BAD STATIC PRESSURE TEST RESULTS.

NOTE : This test is for the system 1. For the other systems, use the
____
indication between parentheses.


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FADEC System Test and Self Test Indications


Figure 501/TASK 73-22-00-991-900


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(1) On the left or right MCDU get the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST page (Ref. TASK
31-32-00-860-012).

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ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. Push the line key adjacent to the The FADEC 1A (2A) menu comes into view.
FADEC 1A (2A) indication.

2. Push the line key adjacent to the The SYSTEM TEST menu comes into view.
SYSTEM TEST indication. Detail A.

3. Push the line key adjacent to the The test result comes into view. Detail
FADEC SELF TEST indication. B.

NOTE : Make sure that the power


____
supply to the FADEC
occurred a minimum of 30
seconds in menu mode
before you start the test.

NOTE : If failures are found during the test, the message SEE GROUND
____
SCANNING MENU comes into view on the MCDU. You must then go into the
GROUND SCANNING menu of the FADEC and also read out the Scheduled
Maintenance Report (Ref. TSM 70-00-00 P.Block 301) and do the related
troubleshooting for faults.

NOTE : If the test is to be repeated on the same or alternate channel, you


____
have to go back to the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST menu and to wait 30 seconds
before you try again the test.

4. Do the procedure again for the


channel B of the FADEC 1(2).

5. Push the line key adjacent to the The CFDS menu comes into view.
RETURN indication until the CFDS
comes into view.

6. Push the MCDU MENU key. The MCDU menu comes into view.


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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-22-00-869-051

A. On the maintenance panel 50VU:


- Push the FADEC GND PWR 1(2) pushbutton switch.
- On the pushbutton switch, the ON legend goes off.

Subtask 73-22-00-862-050

B. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits. (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002)


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TASK 73-22-00-740-042

Correct faults of the Engine Scheduled Maintenance Report (SMR)

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Refer to the MPD TASK: 730000-I4

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
31-32-00-860-012 Procedure to Get Access to the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST/ENG
Page
73-22-00-991-901 Fig. 502

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-22-00-861-053

A. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

Subtask 73-22-00-869-054

B. Preparation for test

(1) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU, push then release the
ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2) pushbutton switch. The ON legend comes on.

(2) On the left or right MCDU get the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST ENG page
(Ref. TASK 31-32-00-860-012).


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4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 502/TASK 73-22-00-991-901)

Subtask 73-22-00-740-052

A. Do this procedure for the EEC 1(2) channel A.

NOTE : This test is for the system 1. For the other system(s), use the
____
indications between the parentheses.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the MCDU:

- Push the line key adjacent to - The FADEC 1A (2A) menu comes into
the FADEC 1A (2A) indication. view.

2. Push the line key adjacent to the - The SCHEDULED MAINT REPORT FADEC 1A
SCHEDULED MAINT REPORT (2A) menu comes into view.
indication. - If there are faults, they will come
into view. If a -> symbol shows at
the top right hand corner of the MCDU
screen, use the PAGE DOWN key to get
more pages of fault data. To find the
fault messages, refer to the Trouble
Shooting Manual.

NOTE : You must do a maintenance action for each fault.


____

(1) Do this procedure for the FADEC 1B (2B).

(2) On the MCDU, push the line key adjacent to the RETURN indication
until the CFDS menu page comes into view.

(3) Stop the MCDU.

(4) Correct the time limited faults.


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Scheduled Maintenance Report


Figure 502/TASK 73-22-00-991-901


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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-22-00-860-056

A. On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:


- Push the ENG/FADEC GND PWR 1(2) pushbutton switch. The ON legend goes
off.

Subtask 73-22-00-862-053

B. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


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TASK 73-22-00-710-043

Check for Erroneous Signal Positions to the Zones Controller from the Bleed and
Wing/Nacelle Anti-Ice Valves with Engines, APU and Packs Operating (with AIDS)

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Refer to the MPD TASK: 732500-I1

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71-00-00-710-018 Discontinued Start, Restart and Shutdown Procedures


71-00-00-710-043 Normal Engine Automatic Start Procedure
71-00-00-710-047 Normal Engine Manual Start Procedure
73-22-00-991-902 Fig. 503

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-22-00-860-051

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Start the APU

(2) Start both engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-043) or (Ref. TASK 71-00-
00-710-047).

(3) On the AIR COND panel 30VU, make sure that the PACK 1/2 pusbutton
switches are pushed (the OFF legend is off).

(4) On the MCDU get the AIDS menu.


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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-22-00-710-051

A. Check of the engine bleed valve, nacelle anti-ice valve and wing anti-ice
valve position acquired by zone controller.

(1) Check the engine bleed valve and nacelle anti-ice valve signals.

(a) On the MCDU menu select label call up PARAM LAB key.
(Ref. Fig. 503/TASK 73-22-00-991-902)

(b) On the MCDU key board set 7C/1/272/01 for engine 1 (7C/2/272/10
for engine 2) and set ENTER (see ATA chapter 31-36-00 for
detailed description of AIDS).

(c) On the overhead control and indicating panel 25VU, make sure that
wing anti-ice and nacelle anti-ice valves are off (the ON legend
is off).

(d) On the AIR COND panel 30VU, make sure that the engine bleed
valves are off (the OFF legend is on).

(e) On the AIR COND panel 30VU, select the APU bleed to on (the ON
legend is on).

(f) Wait until the position of all the valves is stable on the lower
ECAM display unit, on the BLEED page.

(g) Print the page of the MCDU.

(h) Check on the printed page that bits 22 to 27 are all se to 0


(bits must be read from the right to the left of the displayed
word). This ensures that :
- there is no bleed valve position erroneous signal acquired by
the zone controller
- there is no nacelle anti-ice valve position erroneous signal
acquired by the zone controller.

(2) Check the wing anti-ice valve signal.

(a) On the AIR COND panel 30VU, select the engine bleed valves to on
(the OFF legend is off).

(b) On the AIR COND panel 30VU, select the APU bleed to off (the ON
legend is off).


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Figure 503/TASK 73-22-00-991-902


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(c) Make sure there is no engine bleed fault.

(d) Print the page of the MCDU.

(e) Check on the printed page that bit 25 is set to 1 and bits 22,
23, 24, 26, 27 are all set to 0 (bits must be read from the right
to the left of the displayed word). This ensures that there is no
wing anti-ice valve position erroneous signal acquired by the
zone controller.

(3) On the AIR COND panel 30VU, select the engine bleed valves to off
(the OFF legend is on).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-22-00-860-052

A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Push the line key adjacent to the RETURN indication until the MCDU
menu comes into view.

(2) Stop the MCDU.

(3) Shutdown the engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-018).

(4) Shutdown the APU.


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TASK 73-22-00-710-043- 01

Check for Erroneous Signal Positions to the Zone Controller from the Bleed and
Wing/Nacelle Anti-Ice Valves with Engines, APU and Packs Operating

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Refer to the MPD TASK: 732500-I1

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific ARINC 429 reader

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71-00-00-710-018 Discontinued Start, Restart and Shutdown Procedures


71-00-00-710-043 Normal Engine Automatic Start Procedure
71-00-00-710-047 Normal Engine Manual Start Procedure

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-22-00-860-053

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Start the APU

(2) Start both engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-043) or (Ref. TASK 71-00-
00-710-047).

(3) On the AIR COND panel 30VU, make sure that the PACK 1/2 pusbutton
switches are pushed (the OFF legend is off).


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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-22-00-710-052

A. Check of the engine bleed valve, nacelle anti-ice valve and wing anti-ice
valve position acquired by zone controller.

(1) Check the engine bleed valve and nacelle anti-ice valve signals.

(a) On the left side of the 800 VU avionic rack, connect an ARINC 429
reader on the system test plug 198VC pins g (hot point) and h
(cold point).

NOTE : If the ARINC reader is not supply battery, 28 VDC is


____
available on test plug 198VC pins A and B.

(b) Select label 272.

(c) On the overhead control and indicating panel 25VU, make sure that
wing anti-ice and nacelle anti-ice valves are off (the ON legend
is off).

(d) On the AIR COND panel 30VU, make sure that the engine bleed
valves are off (the OFF legend is on).

(e) On the AIR COND panel 30VU, select the APU bleed to on (the ON
legend is on).

(f) Wait until the position of all the valves is stable on the lower
ECAM display unit, on the BLEED page.

(g) Check on the ARINC reader that bits 22 to 27 are all se to 0.


This ensures that:
- there is no bleed valve position erroneous signal acquired by
the zone controller
- there is no nacelle anti-ice valve position erroneous signal
acquired by the zone controller.

(2) Check the wing anti-ice valve signal.

(a) On the AIR COND panel 30VU, select the engine bleed valves to on
(the OFF legend is off).

(b) On the AIR COND panel 30VU, select the APU bleed to off (the ON
legend is off).

(c) Make sure there is no engine bleed fault.


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(d) Check on the ARINC reader that bit 25 is set to 1 and bits 22,
23, 24, 26, 27 are all set to 0. This ensures that there is no
wing anti-ice valve position erroneous signal acquired by the
zone controller.

(3) On the AIR COND panel 30VU, select the engine bleed valves to off
(the OFF legend is on).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-22-00-860-054

A. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Disconnect the ARINC reader from the left side of the 800 VU.

(2) Shutdown the engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-018).

(3) Shutdown the APU.


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TASK 73-22-11-000-010

Removal of the P2/T2 Sensor (4014KS)

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific covers/caps/plugs
No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 2 m (6 ft. 7 in.)

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

73-22-11-991-150 Fig. 401

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-22-11-941-050

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.


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(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-22-11-991-150)

Subtask 73-22-11-010-050

A. Get Access

(1) Put the access platform in position to give access to the air intake
cowl.

(2) Remove the 18 bolts (7). Remove the access panel (6).

(a) Disconnect the P2 tube end connectors and remove the tube (12).

Subtask 73-22-11-020-050

B. Disconnect the electrical connectors

(1) Disconnect the electrical connectors 4014KS-A (15) and 4014KS-B (14)
from the

(2) Remove the sensor

(a) Make a note of the position of the bonding clamp (4).

(b) Remove the nut (3) and the bolt (5) from the bonding clamp (4).
Remove the bonding clamp (4) from the P2/T2 sensor (8).

(c) Cut and discard the lockwire from the six bolts (2).

(d) Remove the bolts (2), the washers (1) and the clip mounting
bracket (9).

(e) Remove the P2/T2 sensor (8).

Subtask 73-22-11-010-051

C. Remove the union (10) from the sensor and discard the packing (11).

Subtask 73-22-11-620-050

D. Put the applicable covers/caps/plugs on all of the openings.


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Figure 401/TASK 73-22-11-991-150


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TASK 73-22-11-400-010

Installation of the P2/T2 Sensor (4014KS)

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific warning notice


No specific access platform 2 m (6 ft. 7 in.)
R No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 50.00 lbf.in
R (0.00 to 0.56 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 30.00 to 220.00 lbf.in
(0.34 to 2.60 m.daN)

B. Consumable Materials

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. V02-126 *


corrosion resistant steel lockwire (Ref. 70-30-00)

C. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure
70-23-11-911-013 General Torque Tightening Techniques
70-23-13-911-010 Procedures for the Installation of Preformed Packings
70-23-15-912-010 Connection of Electrical Connectors


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73-22-11-300-010 Replace the Aerodynamic Sealant on the Air Intake


Cowl or the P2/T2 Sensor - VRS2725
73-22-11-710-040 Operational Test of the P2/T2 Probe Heater
73-22-11-991-150 Fig. 401

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-22-11-860-050

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU, make sure that a
warning notice is in position to tell persons not to start the
engine.

(2) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU, make sure that the ON legend
of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2) pushbutton switch is off. Make sure
that a warning notice is in position to tell persons not to energize
the FADEC 1(2).

(3) Make sure that the access platform is in position.

Subtask 73-22-11-140-050

B. Remove the sealant from the P2/T2 probe installation area (Ref. TASK 73-
22-11-300-010).

Subtask 73-22-11-630-050

C. Remove all the applicable covers/caps/plugs from the openings.

Subtask 73-22-11-410-050

D. Preparation of the replacement P2/T2 sensor

(1) Install the union (10)

(a) Install the packing (11) to the union (10) (Ref. TASK 70-23-13-
911-010)

(b) Install the union (10) to the sensor (8).


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(c) TORQUE the union to between 95 and 105 lbf.in (1.07 and 1.18
m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-22-11-991-150)

Subtask 73-22-11-420-050

A. Install the P2/T2 sensor

(1) Install the sensor (8) so that the two openings on the airfoil
section point forwards.

(2) Install the clip mounting bracket (9) and the sensor to the mounting
bracket with the four washers (1) and the six bolts (2).

(3) TORQUE the bolts to 100 lbf.in (1.13 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-
013)

(4) Safety the bolts in two groups of three with the corrosion resistant
steel lockwire (Material No. V02-126)

(5) Install the bonding clamp (4) to the P2/T2 sensor (8). Set the
bonding clamp (4) to the position noted on removal.

(6) Safety the bonding clamp (4) with the bolt (5) and the nut (3).
TORQUE the nut (3) to 45 lbf.in (0.50 m.daN).

(7) Apply the aerodynamic sealant around the P2/T2 probe (Ref. TASK 73-
22-11-300-010).

Subtask 73-22-11-420-051

B. Connect the electrical connectors to the sensor

(1) Attach the electrical connectors 4014KS-A (15) and 4014KS-B (14) to
the sensor and tighten them by hand (Ref. TASK 70-23-15-912-010).

(2) TORQUE the nut to 40 lbf.in (0.45 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-
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(3) Install the P2 tube

(a) Attach the P2 tube (12) with the end connectors.

(b) TORQUE the tube end connectors to between 135 and 145 lbf.in
(1.52 and 1.63 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013)

(4) Install the access panel

(a) Attach the access panel (6) to the air intake cowl with the 18
bolts (7).

(b) TORQUE the bolts to 35 lbf.in (0.39 m.daN) (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-
911-013)

Subtask 73-22-11-861-050

C. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

Subtask 73-22-11-869-050

D. Do an EIS Start Procedure (ECAM display unit only) (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-
860-001)

Subtask 73-22-11-710-050

E. Do the following test

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ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the MAINTENANCE PNL 50VU, - On the pushbutton switch, the ON


release the FADEC GND PWR ENG legend comes on.
ENG1(2) pushbutton switch. - On the upper ECAM DU, the engine
parameters EPR, EGT and Fuel Flow
come into view.

2. On the upper display unit of the


ECAM system, make sure that the
EPR indication is not crossed
(EPR=1)

3. On the MAINTENANCE PNL 50VU, push - On the pushbutton switch, the ON


the FADEC GND PWR ENG ENG1(2) legend goes off.


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pushbutton switch. - On the upper ECAM DU, the engine
parameters EPR, EGT and Fuel Flow go
out of view.

(1) Do the operational test of the P2/T2 (Ref. TASK 73-22-11-710-040).

Subtask 73-22-11-862-050

F. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).

Subtask 73-22-11-860-051

G. Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002)

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-22-11-942-050

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Remove the access platform(s).

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).


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SENSOR - P2/T2 (4014KS) - ADJUSTMENT/TEST
_________________________________________

TASK 73-22-11-710-040

Operational Test of the P2/T2 Probe Heater

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the


External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
31-32-00-860-012 Procedure to Get Access to the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST/ENG
Page
73-22-11-991-900 Fig. 501

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-22-11-861-051

A. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

Subtask 73-22-11-865-050

B. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FOR 1000EM1
49VU ENGINE/1/FADEC A/AND EIU 1 2KS1 A04
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/FADEC B/AND EIU 1 4KS1 R41
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/P2/T2/ENG1 11DA1 Z10
FOR 1000EM2
49VU ENGINE/2/FADEC A/AND EIU 2 2KS2 A05
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FADEC B 4KS2 Q40
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/P2/T2/ENG2 11DA2 Y10


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Subtask 73-22-11-869-051

C. On the maintenance panel 50VU:


- Release the FADEC GND PWR 1(2) pushbutton switch
- On the pushbutton switch, the ON legend comes on.

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 501/TASK 73-22-11-991-900)

Subtask 73-22-11-710-051

A. Do this test:

NOTE : This test is for the system 1. For the other systems, use the
____
indication between parentheses.

(1) On the left or right MCDU get the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST page (Ref. TASK
31-32-00-860-012).

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. Push the line key adjacent to the The FADEC 1A (2A) menu comes in to
FADEC 1A (2A) indication. view.

2. Push the line key adjacent to the The SYSTEM TEST menu comes into view.
SYSTEM TEST indication.

3. Select NEXT PAGE.

4. Push the line key adjacent to the The P2/T2 HEATER TEST menu comes into
P2/T2 HEATER TEST indication. view.

5. Push the line key adjacent to the TURN ON P2/T2 HEATER indication comes
ENABLE TEST CAUTION indication. into view.

6. Push the line key adjacent to the TEST IN PROGRESS indication comes into
TURN ON P2/T2 HEATER indication. view. After not many seconds HEATER
ON/NO FAULTS indication comes into
view.

7. Push the line key adjacent to the TEST IN PROGRESS indication comes into
TURN OFF P2/T2 HEATER indication. view. After not many seconds RETURN NO
FAULTS indication comes into view.


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8. Do the procedure again for the
channel B of the FADEC 1(2).

9. Push the line key adjacent to the The CFDS menu comes in to view.
RETURN indication until the CFDS
comes into view.

10. Press the MCDU MENU key. The MCDU menu comes into view.

NOTE : If failures are found during the test, you must use the GROUND
____
SCANNING function, read the fault message on the screen and do the
related troubleshooting

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-22-11-869-052

A. On the maintenance panel 50VU:


- Push the FADEC GND PWR 1(2) pushbutton switch.
- On the pushbutton switch, the ON legend goes off.

Subtask 73-22-11-862-051

B. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits. (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


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SENSOR - P2/T2 (4014KS) - REPAIRS
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TASK 73-22-11-300-010

Replace the Aerodynamic Sealant on the Air Intake Cowl or the P2/T2 Sensor -
VRS2725

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This task gives the procedure for the replacement of the aerodynamic sealant
on the air intake cowl or the P2/T2 sensor.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific abrasive pad


No specific clean lint free cloth
No specific metal or plastic container
No specific plastic spatula
No specific spatula
No specific standard vacuum chamber
No specific syringe
No specific warning notice

B. Consumable Materials

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. V01-076 *


cleaning fluid (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V02-007 *
teflon tape (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V02-087 *
brush (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V08-032 *
primer (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V08-033 *
sealant (Ref. 70-30-00)


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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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73-22-11-991-151 Fig. 801

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-22-11-941-051

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 73-22-11-350-050

A. Prepare the repair area.


(Ref. Fig. 801/TASK 73-22-11-991-151)

CAUTION : MAKE SURE YOU DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ANODIZED SURFACE OF
_______
THE LIPSKIN OR THE ACOUSTIC STRUCTURE. USE ONLY PLASTIC TOOLS
AND PUT PROTECTIVE MATS ON THE COWL.

(1) Use a plastic spatula to remove the damaged or disbonded sealant.

(2) Put a strip of teflon tape (Material No. V02-007) on each side of the
repair area.


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Subtask 73-22-11-110-050

B. Clean the repair area.

WARNING : KEEP FLAMES AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT WHICH IS NOT FLAMEPROOF


_______
AWAY FROM THE WORK AREA. THE CLEANING FLUID IS FLAMMABLE.

WARNING : DO NOT GET CLEANING FLUID ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES. PUT ON
_______
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, GOGGLES AND A FACE MASK. USE THE FLUID IN
A WELL VENTILATED AREA. DO NOT BREATHE THE VAPOR. IF YOU GET
THE CLEANING FLUID ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES FLUSH IT AWAY
WITH WATER. GET MEDICAL AID IF YOUR SKIN OR EYES BECOME
IRRITATED.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE YOU DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ANODIZED SURFACE OF
_______
THE LIPSKIN OR THE ACOUSTIC STRUCTURE. USE ONLY PLASTIC TOOLS
AND PUT PROTECTIVE MATS ON THE COWL.

(1) Remove all remaining sealant. Use an abrasive pad made moist with
cleaning fluid (Material No. V01-076) to fully remove all sealant and
all contamination.

(2) Dry the area with a clean lint free cloth before the cleaning fluid
dries.

Subtask 73-22-11-350-051

C. Apply the primer to the repair area.

CAUTION : DO NOT TOUCH THE PRIMED SURFACE OF THE REPAIR AREA. IF THE
_______
SURFACE IS NOT FULLY CLEAN THE SEALANT CAN NOT BOND
SATISFACTORILY.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE YOU DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ANODIZED SURFACE OF
_______
THE LIPSKIN OR THE ACOUSTIC STRUCTURE. USE ONLY PLASTIC TOOLS
AND PUT PROTECTIVE MATS ON THE COWL.

(1) Refer to the manufacturers instructions and use a brush (Material No.
V02-087) to apply a thin layer of the primer (Material No. V08-032).

(2) Let the primer dry at room temperature. It will dry in approximately
2 hours at 71.6 deg.F (22 deg.C).

NOTE : When the primer is dry it can have a dull finish or dusty
____
chalk on the surface.


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Subtask 73-22-11-350-052

D. Prepare the sealant.

WARNING : KEEP FLAMES AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT WHICH IS NOT FLAMEPROOF


_______
AWAY FROM THE WORK AREA. THE SEALANT IS FLAMMABLE.

WARNING : DO NOT GET THE SEALANT ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES. PUT ON
_______
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, GLOVES, GOGGLES AND A FACE MASK. USE THE
SEALANT IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA. DO NOT BREATHE THE GAS. IF
YOU GET THE SEALANT ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES GET MEDICAL
AID IMMEDIATELY.

(1) Mix the sealant (Material No. V08-033) in a clean metal or plastic
container. Use a spatula. Do not use a mechanical device to mix the
sealant.

(2) Mix the sealant (Material No. V08-033) in a proportion of 10 parts


(by weight) of the base (Part A) to 1 part (by weight) of the
catalyst (Part B). Mix the materials together fully.

Subtask 73-22-11-350-053

E. Prepare the sealant (Alternative Method).

WARNING : KEEP FLAMES AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT WHICH IS NOT FLAMEPROOF


_______
AWAY FROM THE WORK AREA. THE SEALANT IS FLAMMABLE.

WARNING : DO NOT GET THE SEALANT ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES. PUT ON
_______
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, GLOVES, GOGGLES AND A FACE MASK. USE THE
SEALANT IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA. DO NOT BREATHE THE GAS. IF
YOU GET THE SEALANT ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES GET MEDICAL
AID IMMEDIATELY.

(1) Mix the sealant (Material No. V08-033) in a clean metal or plastic
container. Use a spatula. Do not use a mechanical device to mix the
sealant.

(2) Mix the sealant (Material No. V08-033) in a proportion of 10 parts


(by weight) of the base (Part A) to 1 part (by weight) of the
catalyst (Part B). Mix the materials together fully.

(3) Remove the air from the sealant in the vacuum chamber. Use standard
vacuum chamber and let the sealant stay in the chamber for 20
minutes.


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F. Apply the sealant


(Ref. Fig. 801/TASK 73-22-11-991-151)

WARNING : KEEP FLAMES AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT WHICH IS NOT FLAMEPROOF


_______
AWAY FROM THE WORK AREA. THE SEALANT IS FLAMMABLE.

WARNING : DO NOT GET THE SEALANT ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES. PUT ON
_______
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, GLOVES, GOGGLES AND A FACE MASK. USE THE
SEALANT IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA. DO NOT BREATHE THE GAS. IF
YOU GET THE SEALANT ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR EYES GET MEDICAL
AID IMMEDIATELY.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE YOU DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ANODIZED SURFACE OF
_______
THE LIPSKIN OR THE ACOUSTIC STRUCTURE. USE ONLY PLASTIC TOOLS
AND PUT PROTECTIVE MATS ON THE COWL.

(1) Fill the repair area with the sealant. Use a plastic spatula or a
syringe (a syringe will give the best results). The top of the
sealant must be level with, or less than 0.010 in. (0.25 mm) below
the surface of the cowl.

(2) Let the sealant cure for 10 hours at 77.0 deg.F (25 deg.C) . After 1
hour the sealant will not be tacky (the sealant will be at maximum
strength in 7 days).

NOTE : If the cure temperature increases by 9 deg.F (-12.5 deg.C) the


____
cure time decreases by half. If the cure temperature decreases
by 9 deg.F (-12.5 deg.C) the cure time increases by 2.

(3) When the sealant has cured remove the teflon tape from each side of
the repair area.

Subtask 73-22-11-210-050

G. Examine the area of the repair. Make sure that the repair is satisfactory
and that it agrees with the repair procedure.

Subtask 73-22-11-350-055

H. Engrave the repair scheme number VRS2725 on the identification plate of


the cowl, adjacent to the part number.


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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 73-22-11-942-051

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Remove the warning notice(s).


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SENSOR - P3/T3 (4024KS) - REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
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TASK 73-22-15-000-010

Removal of the P3/T3 Sensor (4024KS)

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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No specific warning notice


No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)

B. Consumable Materials

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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Material No. V10-058 *


Penetrating oil (Ref. 70-30-00)

C. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)


78-30-00-040-012 Deactivation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic Control
Unit (HCU) 4101KS for Ground Maintenance
78-32-00-010-010 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Halves
73-22-15-991-150 Fig. 401


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-22-15-941-050

A. Safety Precautions

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to start the engine.

(2) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occurred not less than 5
minutes before you do this procedure.

(3) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU:

(a) Make sure that the ON legend of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2)
pushbutton switch is off.

(b) Put a warning notice to tell persons not to energize the FADEC
1(2).

Subtask 73-22-15-010-050

B. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowls (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-010)


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(2) Put the access platform in to position.

Subtask 73-22-15-040-050

C. Deactivate the thrust reverser.

WARNING : THE THRUST REVERSER HYDRAULIC


_______ CONTROL UNIT (HCU) MUST BE
DEACTIVATED BEFORE WORKING ON OR AROUND THE THRUST REVERSER.
FAILURE TO DEACTIVATE THE HCU CAN RESULT IN INADVERTENT THRUST
REVERSER OPERATION AND INJURY TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

(1) Deactivate the thrust reverser hydraulic control unit (HCU)


(Ref. TASK 78-30-00-040-012).


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Subtask 73-22-15-010-051

D. Open the right thrust reverser halves (Ref. TASK 78-32-00-010-010):


FOR 1000EM1
452AR
FOR 1000EM2
462AR

4. Procedure
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(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-22-15-991-150)

Subtask 73-22-15-020-050

A. Removal of the P3/T3 sensor:

(1) Disconnect the harness leads from the P3/T3 sensor (5).

(a) remove the two nuts (3) and the two nuts (4) from the four sensor
terminals.

(b) Remove the four harness leads from the terminals.

(2) Disconnect the pressure tube (2) from the P3/T3 sensor.

(a) Remove the lockwire from the tube on the side of the sensor.

(b) Disconnect the pressure tube (2) from the sensor.

(3) Disconnect the P3/T3 sensor (5) from the diffuser case assembly.

(a) Remove the wire from the bolts (1) which hold the sensor (5) to
the diffuser case assembly (7).

(b) Apply, Penetrating oil (Material No. V10-058) to the bolts.


Remove the bolts which hold the sensor to the diffuser case
assembly.

(4) Remove the sensor from the diffuser case assembly:

(a) Remove the sensor from the diffuser case assembly.

(b) Remove the gasket (6) from the boss (8). Discard the gasket.


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P3/T3 Sensor
Figure 401/TASK 73-22-15-991-150


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TASK 73-22-15-400-010

Installation of the P3/T3 Sensor (4024KS)

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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No specific warning notice


No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)
R No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 50.00 lbf.in
R (0.00 to 0.56 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 30.00 to 220.00 lbf.in
(0.34 to 2.60 m.daN)

B. Consumable Materials

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Material No. V02-126 *


lockwire (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V02-141 *
Corrosion resistant steel lockwire (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. V10-077 USA MIL-L-23699
lubricant (engine oil) (Ref. 70-30-00)

C. Expendable Parts

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FIG.ITEM |DESIGNATION |IPC-CSN
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6 gasket 73-22-15 80 -030


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D. Referenced Information

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70-23-11-911-013 General Torque Tightening Techniques


70-40-11-911-014 Locking Devices General Information
71-13-00-010-010 Opening of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
71-13-00-410-010 Closing of the Fan Cowls 437AL(447AL),438AR(448AR)
78-30-00-040-012 Deactivation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic Control
Unit (HCU) 4101KS for Ground Maintenance
78-30-00-440-012 Re-activation of the Thrust Reverser Hydraulic
Control Unit (HCU) 4101KS after Ground Maintenance
78-32-00-010-010 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Halves
78-32-00-410-010 Closing of the Thrust Reverser Halves
73-22-15-991-150 Fig. 401

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 73-22-15-860-050

A. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the center pedestal, on the ENG panel 115VU, make sure that a
warning notice is in position to tell persons not to start the
engine.

(2) On the overhead maintenance panel 50VU, make sure that the ON legend
of the ENG/FADEC GND PWR/1(2) pushbutton switch is off. Make sure
that a warning notice is in position to tell persons not to energize
the FADEC 1(2).

(3) Make sure that the access platform is in position.

Subtask 73-22-15-010-052

B. Get Access

(1) Make sure that the fan cowl doors are open: (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-
010)
FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR


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(2) Make sure that the thrust reverser doors are open: (Ref. TASK 78-32-
00-010-010)
FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR

Subtask 73-22-15-040-051

C. Make sure that the thrust reverser Hydraulic Control Unit (HCU) is
deactivated: (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-040-012)

4. Procedure
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(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 73-22-15-991-150)

Subtask 73-22-15-420-050

A. Installation of the P3/T3 sensor:

(1) Install the P3/T3 sensor (5) on the diffuser case assembly (7).

(a) Install a new gasket (6) on to the diffuser case boss (8).

NOTE : The gasket can be installed with the compression feature


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in either direction.

(b) Align the bolt holes in the gasket with the bolt holes in the
boss.

(c) Lower the sensor so that the extension goes in to the hole in the
center of the boss (8).

(d) Lower the sensor until it is on the boss.

(e) Align the bolt holes in the sensor with the bolt holes in the
boss.

(f) Apply clean lubricant (engine oil) (Material No. V10-077) to the
bolts.

(g) Install the three bolts (1) in to the bolt holes in the sensor
and the boss.

(h) TORQUE the bolts to between 65 and 85 lbf.in (0.73 and 0.96
m.daN), (Ref. TASK 70-23-11-911-013).


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