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CHAPTER 71
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417- 418, INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS-CFDS- 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
421, 423- INSTALL FLIGHT DATA INTERFACE MNGT UNIT
425, 427, (FDIMU) FROM VENDOR TELEDYNE
430- 434, MOD.31647K7519 INCORPORATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-105,
439, 444- INDICATING/RECORDING-AIDS 151-199, 201-210,
450, 454- INTERCONNECTION-REPLACE FDIMU
466, 468- BY SEPARATE FDIU AND DMU
496, 499, MOD.20446P1579 REMOVED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
A406-A410, ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION - PROBE HEAT COMPU- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
A412-A422 TER - REPLACE POWER SUPPLY COMPUTERS. 301-399, 401-499,
SB 73-1080 01 INCORPORATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL - FADEC SYSTEM - INST 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
ALL 5BL STANDARD ECU SOFTWARE FOR CFM56-5B 301-399, 401-499,
ENGINES (A318 CAPABLE).
CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
UPDATED SUCTION HOSE COUPLING HALF 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
DISCONNECTION 301-399, 401-499,
LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED 214-220,
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
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540, 547, ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION - PROBE HEAT COMPU- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
559, 581, TER - REPLACE POWER SUPPLY COMPUTERS. 301-399, 401-499,
585-A528, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
A530-B546 REVISED WORDING 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,

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627, 630- REVISED MAXIMUM SERVICEABLE LIMITS FOR CRACK 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
633, 636- 301-399, 401-499,
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416, 423, TER - REPLACE POWER SUPPLY COMPUTERS. 301-399, 401-499,
429, 438, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED
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71-51-43 456 Nov01/09 71-51-43 R A407 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A458 Feb01/10
71-51-43 457 Nov01/09 71-51-43 R A408 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A459 Feb01/10
71-51-43 458 Nov01/09 71-51-43 R A409 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A460 Feb01/10
71-51-43 459 Nov01/09 71-51-43 R A410 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A461 Feb01/10
71-51-43 460 Nov01/09 71-51-43 R A411 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A462 Feb01/10
71-51-43 461 Nov01/09 71-51-43 R A412 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A463 Feb01/10
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71-51-43 463 Nov01/09 71-51-43 R A414 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A465 Feb01/10
71-51-43 464 Nov01/09 71-51-43 R A415 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A466 Feb01/10
71-51-43 465 Nov01/09 71-51-43 R A416 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A467 Feb01/10
71-51-43 466 Nov01/09 71-51-43 R A417 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A468 Feb01/10
71-51-43 467 Nov01/09 71-51-43 R A418 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A469 Feb01/10
71-51-43 468 Nov01/09 71-51-43 R A419 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A470 Feb01/10
71-51-43 469 Nov01/09 71-51-43 R A420 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A471 Feb01/10
71-51-43 R 470 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A421 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A472 Feb01/10
71-51-43 471 Nov01/09 71-51-43 R A422 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A473 Feb01/10
71-51-43 472 Nov01/09 71-51-43 R A423 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A474 Feb01/10
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71-51-43 474 Nov01/09 71-51-43 R A425 Feb01/10 71-51-43 R A476 Feb01/10
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71-51-43 R A486 Feb01/10 71-52-43 415 Nov01/08 71-52-43 466 Nov01/08
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71-51-43 R A488 Feb01/10 71-52-43 417 Nov01/08 71-52-43 468 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R A489 Feb01/10 71-52-43 418 Nov01/08 71-52-43 469 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R A490 Feb01/10 71-52-43 419 May01/05 71-52-43 470 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R A491 Feb01/10 71-52-43 420 May01/05 71-52-43 471 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R A492 Feb01/10 71-52-43 421 Nov01/08 71-52-43 R 472 Feb01/10
71-51-43 R A493 Feb01/10 71-52-43 422 Nov01/08 71-52-43 473 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R A494 Feb01/10 71-52-43 R 423 Feb01/10 71-52-43 474 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R A495 Feb01/10 71-52-43 424 Nov01/08 71-52-43 475 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R A496 Feb01/10 71-52-43 425 Nov01/08 71-52-43 476 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R A497 Feb01/10 71-52-43 426 Nov01/08 71-52-43 477 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R A498 Feb01/10 71-52-43 427 Nov01/08 71-52-43 R 478 Feb01/10
71-51-43 R A499 Feb01/10 71-52-43 428 Nov01/08 71-52-43 479 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R B400 Feb01/10 71-52-43 R 429 Feb01/10 71-52-43 480 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R B401 Feb01/10 71-52-43 430 Nov01/08 71-52-43 481 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R B402 Feb01/10 71-52-43 431 Nov01/08 71-52-43 482 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R B403 Feb01/10 71-52-43 432 Nov01/08 71-52-43 483 May01/05
71-51-43 R B404 Feb01/10 71-52-43 433 Nov01/08 71-52-43 484 May01/05
71-51-43 R B405 Feb01/10 71-52-43 434 Nov01/03 71-52-43 485 May01/05
71-51-43 R B406 Feb01/10 71-52-43 435 Nov01/03 71-52-43 486 May01/05
71-51-43 R B407 Feb01/10 71-52-43 436 Nov01/03 71-52-43 R 487 Feb01/10
71-51-43 R B408 Feb01/10 71-52-43 437 May01/05 71-52-43 488 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R B409 Feb01/10 71-52-43 R 438 Feb01/10 71-52-43 489 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R B410 Feb01/10 71-52-43 439 Nov01/08 71-52-43 490 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R B411 Feb01/10 71-52-43 440 Nov01/08 71-52-43 R 491 Feb01/10
71-51-43 R B412 Feb01/10 71-52-43 441 Nov01/08 71-52-43 492 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R B413 Feb01/10 71-52-43 R 442 Feb01/10 71-52-43 493 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R B414 Feb01/10 71-52-43 443 Nov01/08 71-52-43 494 May01/05
71-51-43 R B415 Feb01/10 71-52-43 444 Nov01/08 71-52-43 495 May01/05
71-51-43 R B416 Feb01/10 71-52-43 445 May01/05 71-52-43 496 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R B417 Feb01/10 71-52-43 446 May01/05 71-52-43 497 Nov01/08
71-51-43 R B418 Feb01/10 71-52-43 447 Nov01/08 71-52-43 R 498 Feb01/10
71-51-43 R B419 Feb01/10 71-52-43 448 Nov01/08 71-52-43 499 Nov01/08
71-51-43 N B420 Feb01/10 71-52-43 R 449 Feb01/10 71-52-43 A400 Nov01/08
71-51-43 N B421 Feb01/10 71-52-43 450 Nov01/08
71-52-43 451 Nov01/08 71-70-00 1 Nov01/08
71-52-43 401 Nov01/08 71-52-43 452 Nov01/08 71-70-00 2 Nov01/08
71-52-43 402 Nov01/08 71-52-43 453 Nov01/08 71-70-00 3 Nov01/08
71-52-43 403 Nov01/08 71-52-43 454 Nov01/08 71-70-00 4 Nov01/08
71-52-43 R 404 Feb01/10 71-52-43 R 455 Feb01/10 71-70-00 5 Nov01/08
71-52-43 405 Nov01/08 71-52-43 456 Nov01/08 71-70-00 6 Nov01/08
71-52-43 406 Nov01/08 71-52-43 457 Nov01/08 71-70-00 7 Nov01/08
71-52-43 407 Nov01/08 71-52-43 458 Nov01/08 71-70-00 8 Nov01/08
71-52-43 408 Nov01/08 71-52-43 459 Nov01/08
71-52-43 409 May01/05 71-52-43 460 Nov01/03 71-71-41 401 Nov01/08
71-52-43 410 Nov01/03 71-52-43 461 Nov01/03 71-71-41 402 Nov01/08
71-52-43 411 Nov01/03 71-52-43 462 May01/05 71-71-41 403 Nov01/08
71-52-43 R 412 Feb01/10 71-52-43 R 463 Feb01/10 71-71-41 404 Nov01/09

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71-71-41 406 Nov01/08 71-73-49 434 Nov01/08 71-73-49 485 Nov01/08
71-71-42 401 Nov01/08 71-73-49 435 Nov01/08 71-73-49 486 Nov01/09
71-71-42 402 Nov01/08 71-73-49 436 Nov01/08 71-73-49 487 Nov01/08
71-71-42 403 Nov01/08 71-73-49 437 Nov01/08 71-73-49 488 Nov01/08
71-71-42 R 404 Feb01/10 71-73-49 438 Nov01/08 71-73-49 489 Nov01/08
71-71-42 405 Nov01/08 71-73-49 439 Nov01/08 71-73-49 490 Nov01/08
71-71-42 406 Nov01/08 71-73-49 R 440 Feb01/10 71-73-49 491 Nov01/08
71-71-42 407 Nov01/08 71-73-49 441 Nov01/08 71-73-49 492 Nov01/09
71-71-42 601 Nov01/08 71-73-49 442 Nov01/08 71-73-49 493 Nov01/08
71-71-42 602 Nov01/08 71-73-49 443 Nov01/08 71-73-49 494 Nov01/08
71-71-42 603 Nov01/08 71-73-49 444 Nov01/08 71-73-49 495 Nov01/08
71-71-43 401 Nov01/08 71-73-49 445 Nov01/08 71-73-49 496 Nov01/08
71-71-43 402 Nov01/08 71-73-49 R 446 Feb01/10 71-73-49 497 Nov01/08
71-71-43 403 Nov01/08 71-73-49 447 Nov01/08 71-73-49 498 Nov01/09
71-71-43 R 404 Feb01/10 71-73-49 448 Nov01/08 71-73-49 499 Nov01/08
71-71-43 405 Nov01/08 71-73-49 449 Nov01/08 71-73-49 A400 Nov01/08
71-71-43 406 Nov01/08 71-73-49 450 Nov01/08 71-73-49 A401 Nov01/08
71-73-49 451 May01/05 71-73-49 A402 Nov01/08
71-73-49 401 Nov01/08 71-73-49 452 Nov01/08 71-73-49 A403 Nov01/08
71-73-49 402 Nov01/08 71-73-49 453 Nov01/08 71-73-49 A404 Nov01/08
71-73-49 403 May01/05 71-73-49 454 Nov01/08 71-73-49 R A405 Feb01/10
71-73-49 404 Nov01/08 71-73-49 R 455 Feb01/10 71-73-49 A406 Nov01/08
71-73-49 405 May01/05 71-73-49 456 Nov01/08 71-73-49 A407 Nov01/08
71-73-49 406 Nov01/08 71-73-49 457 Nov01/08 71-73-49 A408 Nov01/08
71-73-49 407 Nov01/08 71-73-49 458 Nov01/08 71-73-49 601 Nov01/08
71-73-49 R 408 Feb01/10 71-73-49 459 Nov01/08 71-73-49 602 Nov01/08
71-73-49 409 Nov01/08 71-73-49 460 Nov01/08 71-73-49 603 Nov01/08
71-73-49 410 May01/05 71-73-49 461 Nov01/08 71-73-49 604 Nov01/08
71-73-49 411 Nov01/08 71-73-49 R 462 Feb01/10 71-73-49 701 Nov01/08
71-73-49 412 Nov01/08 71-73-49 463 Nov01/08 71-73-49 702 Nov01/08
71-73-49 413 Nov01/08 71-73-49 464 Nov01/08 71-73-49 703 Nov01/08
71-73-49 414 Nov01/08 71-73-49 465 Nov01/08
71-73-49 415 Nov01/08 71-73-49 466 Nov01/08
71-73-49 416 Nov01/08 71-73-49 467 Nov01/08
71-73-49 417 Nov01/08 71-73-49 R 468 Feb01/10
71-73-49 418 Nov01/08 71-73-49 469 Nov01/08
71-73-49 R 419 Feb01/10 71-73-49 470 Nov01/08
71-73-49 420 Nov01/08 71-73-49 471 Nov01/08
71-73-49 421 Nov01/08 71-73-49 472 Nov01/08
71-73-49 422 Nov01/08 71-73-49 473 Nov01/08
71-73-49 423 Nov01/08 71-73-49 474 Nov01/09
71-73-49 424 Nov01/08 71-73-49 475 Nov01/08
71-73-49 425 Nov01/08 71-73-49 476 Nov01/08
71-73-49 R 426 Feb01/10 71-73-49 477 Nov01/08
71-73-49 427 Nov01/08 71-73-49 478 Nov01/08
71-73-49 428 Nov01/08 71-73-49 479 Nov01/08
71-73-49 429 Nov01/08 71-73-49 480 Nov01/09
71-73-49 430 Nov01/08 71-73-49 481 Nov01/08
71-73-49 431 Nov01/08 71-73-49 482 Nov01/08
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SUBJECT ________
CH/SE/SU C
_ PAGE ___________
____ EFFECTIVITY
POWER PLANT - GENERAL
_____________________ 71-00-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
General 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Description 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Engine 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Cowling 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Mounts 5 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Attachment Fittings 5 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Fire Protection 5 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Electrical Harness 5 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Engine Drains 6 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Lightning Protection and 6 001-049, 051-099
Grounding 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
HIRF and EMI 6 001-049, 051-099

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SUBJECT
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____ ___________
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Ventilation (Ref. 75-00-00) 6 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

______________________
POWER PLANT - GENERAL 71-00-00
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Oil Circuit Air Flow Check 201 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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POWER PLANT - GENERAL 71-00-00
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Power Plant 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Power Plant with 433 001-049, 051-099
the Engine Positioner TWW 75E 101-149, 151-199
(MIAG) 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Power Plant 453 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Power Plant 490 001-049, 051-099
with the Engine Positioner TWW 75E 101-149, 151-199
(MIAG) 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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POWER PLANT - GENERAL 71-00-00
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199

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201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Wind Limitations During Engine 501 001-049, 051-099
Ground Operations 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Safety Precautions During Engine 504 001-049, 051-099
Ground Operations 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Dry Motoring Check 522 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Wet Motoring Check 531 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Engine Automatic Start 541 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Engine Manual Start 553 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Start Abort 566 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Minimum Idle Check 568 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Power Assurance Check 575 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Vibration Check 592 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Accel Check 598 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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Engine Shutdown A506 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Fan Trim Balance - 1 sensor 3 A508 001-049, 051-099
speed 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Fan Trim Balance - 1 Sensor 1 A551 001-049, 051-099
Speed 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Abnormal Operation and Emergency A560 001-049, 051-099
Procedures 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Leak Test of the Accessory-Gearbox A573 001-049, 051-099
(AGB) Carbon Seal 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Leak Check after the Replacement A598 001-049, 051-099
of a Sealol Seal or a Magnetic 101-149, 151-199
Seal on the AGB Drive Pads of the 201-249, 251-299
IDG, Hydraulic Pump, Starter and 301-399, 401-499
Fuel Pump
Leak Test of the Accessory Gearbox B502 001-049, 051-099
pad (AGB) Starter cavity (between 101-149, 151-199
equipement and AGB) 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Fuel or Hydraulic or Oil Leakage B506 001-049, 051-099
Limits 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Drain Mast Leakage Identification B519 001-049, 051-099
Procedure 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Engine Start in Cold Weather B524 001-049, 051-099
Conditions (OAT Less Than -40 101-149, 151-199
Degrees) 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Compressor Stall Margin Test B531 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Engine Start in Cold Weather B537 001-049, 051-099

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Degrees) 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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COWLING 71-10-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
General 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

AIR INTAKE COWL 71-11-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
General 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Description 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Air Intake Cowl Configuration 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Air Intake Cowl Anti-Icing 5 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Air Intake Cowl Access 5 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Air Intake Cowl Acoustic 5 001-049, 051-099
Treatment 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Air Intake Cowl Structure 5 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299

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301-399, 401-499
Air Intake Cowl Materials 8 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Air intake cowl 8 001-049, 051-099
Removal/Installation 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

AIR INTAKE COWL 71-11-00


REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Air Intake Cowl 401 001-049, 051-099
(1100KM1, 1100KM2) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Air Intake 405 001-049, 051-099
Cowl (1100KM1, 1100KM2) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

AIR INTAKE COWL 71-11-00


INSPECTION/CHECK 601 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Visual Inspection of the Air 601 001-049, 051-099
Intake Cowl (1100KM1, 1100KM2) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
General Visual Inspection of the 621 001-049, 051-099
Intake Cowl Aft Bulkhead 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 625 001-049, 051-099
Inlet Cowl Forward Backskin 101-149, 151-199
through the Anti-ice Vent Panel 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 631 001-049, 051-099
Inlet Cowl Anti-Ice Inlet and Exit 101-149, 151-199
Ducts through the Anti-ice Vent 201-249, 251-299

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Panel 301-399, 401-499
Functional Check of the Pressure 637 001-049, 051-099
Relief Door on the Inlet Cowl 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

FAN COWL 71-13-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
General 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Description 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Opening/Closing 6 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Access Doors/Pressure Relief Door 9 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Fan Cowl Structure 9 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Fan Cowl Materials 9 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Fan Cowl Removal/Installation 12 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

FAN COWL 71-13-00


MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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Opening of the Fan Cowl Doors 201 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Closing of the Fan Cowl Doors 206 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

FAN COWL 71-13-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Adjustment of the Fan Cowl Doors 501 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Functional Check of Fan Cowl Latch 513 001-049, 051-099
Tension 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
COWL DOORS - FAN 71-13-11
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Fan Cowl Doors 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Fan Cowl Doors 405 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
COWL DOORS - FAN 71-13-11
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Visual Inspection of the Fan Cowl 601 001-049, 051-099
Doors 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 609 001-049, 051-099

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Fan Cowl Doors to Check for 101-149, 151-199
Mismatch at the Air Intake Cowl 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Functional Check of the Pressure 612 001-049, 051-099
Relief Door on the Right Hand Fan 101-149, 151-199
Cowl 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
ROD - FAN COWL DOOR HOLD OPEN 71-13-12
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Hold-open Rod of 401 001-049, 051-099
the Fan Cowl Door 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Hold-open Rod 406 001-049, 051-099
of the Fan Cowl Door 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
LATCH - FAN COWL DOOR 71-13-13
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Fan Cowl Door 401 001-049, 051-099
Latches 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Fan Cowl Door 407 001-049, 051-099
Latches 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
LATCH - FAN COWL DOOR 71-13-13
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
General Visual Inspection of Fan 601 001-049, 051-099
Cowl Door Hinge Fittings 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Detailed Inspection of the Keeper 604 001-049, 051-099
Assy Fan Cowl Locking Device 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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STRAKE - AERODYNAMIC, FAN COWL 71-13-15
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Aerodynamic Strake 401 001-049, 051-099
from the Fan Cowl Door 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Aerodynamic 405 001-049, 051-099
Strake on the Fan Cowl Door 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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MOUNTS 71-20-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
General 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
System Description 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

FORWARD MOUNT 71-21-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Description 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Material 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
MOUNT - FORWARD 71-21-11
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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Removal of the Forward Engine 401 001-049, 051-099
Mount System 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Forward Engine 405 001-049, 051-099
Mount System 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Forward Engine 414 001-049, 051-099
Mount Bolts One at a Time 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Forward Engine 418 001-049, 051-099
Mount Bolts One at a Time 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Forward Engine 423 001-049, 051-099
Mount Link Assemblies and 101-149, 151-199
Crossbeam Assembly without Engine 201-249, 251-299
Removal 301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Forward Engine 429 001-049, 051-099
Mount Link Assemblies and 101-149, 151-199
Crossbeam Assembly without Engine 201-249, 251-299
Removal 301-399, 401-499
MOUNT - FORWARD 71-21-11
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 601 001-049, 051-099
Forward Engine Mount with the 101-149, 151-199
Engine Installed 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 612 001-049, 051-099
Forward Engine Mount with the 101-149, 151-199
Engine Removed 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

AFT MOUNT 71-22-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Description 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299

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301-399, 401-499
Material 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
MOUNT - AFT 71-22-11
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Aft Engine Mount 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Aft Engine 405 001-049, 051-099
Mount 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Aft Engine Mount 408 001-049, 051-099
Without Engine Removal 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Aft Engine 417 001-049, 051-099
Mount Without Engine Removal 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
MOUNT - AFT 71-22-11
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Detailed Inspection of Aft Engine 601 001-049, 051-099
Mount Installation with the Engine 101-149, 151-199
Removed 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Detailed Inspection of Aft Engine 602 001-049, 051-099
Mount Installation with the Engine 101-149, 151-199
Installed 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
ENGINE MOUNTING LUG - AFT 71-22-12
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Surveillance Inspection of Turbine 601 001-049, 051-099
Frame Aft Engine Mount Lugs 101-149, 151-199

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201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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ATTACH FITTINGS 71-40-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
General 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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ELECTRICAL HARNESS 71-50-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
General 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Description 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Fan Harnesses 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Core Harness 6 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Attachment and Connection 6 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Harness Design 6 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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ELECTRICAL HARNESS 71-50-00
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 001-049, 051-099

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101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Visual Inspection of the Power 601 001-049, 051-099
Plant Wire Harness 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Continuity Check of the Power 610 001-049, 051-099
Plant Wire Harness 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Shorted Wire and Insulation 613 001-049, 051-099
Resistance Check of the Power 101-149, 151-199
Plant Wire Harness 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
ELECTRICAL HARNESS - FAN ZONE 71-51-43
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Generator Power 401 001-049, 051-099
Harness (4210KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Generator 407 001-049, 051-099
Power Harness (4210KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Thrust Reverser 414 001-049, 051-099
(Channel A and B) Harness (4200KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Thrust 425 001-049, 051-099
Reverser (Channel A and B) Harness 101-149, 151-199
(4200KS) 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the IDG Control and 435 001-049, 051-099
Anti-Ice Harness (4215KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the IDG Control 451 001-049, 051-099
and Anti-Ice Harness (4215KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the ECU (Channel A) 459 001-049, 051-099
Harness (4211KS) 101-149, 151-199

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201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the ECU (Channel 470 001-049, 051-099
A) Harness (4211KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the ECU (Channel B) 477 001-049, 051-099
Harness (4212KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the ECU (Channel 490 001-049, 051-099
B) Harness (4212KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Vibration Sensor 499 001-049, 051-099
Harness (4201KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Vibration A407 001-049, 051-099
Sensor Harness (4201KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the ECU (Channel A) to A413 001-049, 051-099
Thrust Reverser Junction Box 101-149, 151-199
Harnesses (4213KS) 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the ECU (Channel A421 001-049, 051-099
A) to Thrust Reverser Junction Box 101-149, 151-199
Harnesses (4213KS) 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the ECU (Channel B) to A427 001-049, 051-099
Thrust Reverser Junction Box 101-149, 151-199
Harnesses (4214KS) 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the ECU (Channel A435 001-049, 051-099
B) to thrust Reverser Junction Box 101-149, 151-199
Harnesses (4214KS) 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Left Side Harness A442 001-049, 051-099
(4216KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Left Side A461 001-049, 051-099
Harness (4216KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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Removal of the Fire Detector A474 001-049, 051-099
(Channel A) Harness (4202KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Fire Detector A484 001-049, 051-099
(Channel A) Harness (4202KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Fire Detector A491 001-049, 051-099
(Channel B) Harness (4203KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Fire Detector B411 001-049, 051-099
(Channel B) Harness (4203KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
ELECTRICAL HARNESS - CORE ZONE 71-52-43
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Core Fire Detector 401 001-049, 051-099
Channel A Wire Harness (4204KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Core Fire 412 001-049, 051-099
Detector Channel A Wire Harness 101-149, 151-199
(4204KS) 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Core Fire Detector 426 001-049, 051-099
Channel B Wire Harness (4205KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Core Fire 438 001-049, 051-099
Detector Channel B Wire Harness 101-149, 151-199
(4205KS) 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Vibration Sensor 452 001-049, 051-099
Harness Assembly (4206KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Vibration 463 001-049, 051-099
Sensor Harness Assembly (4206KS) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Environmental 475 001-049, 051-099

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SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
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Control System (ECS) Harness 101-149, 151-199
Assembly (4207KS) 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Environmental 487 001-049, 051-099
Control System (ECS) Harness 101-149, 151-199
Assembly (4207KS) 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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POWER PLANT DRAINS 71-70-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
General 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Drain and Vent System 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
System Description 1 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Component Location 4 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Drain Collector Assembly 4 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Drain Module 4 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Drain Mast 4 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Component Description 4 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
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101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Drain Module 4 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Material 4 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
DRAIN MODULE 71-71-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Drain Module 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Drain Module 404 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
MAST - DRAIN 71-71-42
DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Drain Mast 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Drain Mast 404 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
De-activation of the Frangible 406 001-049, 051-099
Drain Mast 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Refer to the CDL TASK: 71-1 406 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Re-activation of the Frangible 407 001-049, 051-099

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SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
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Drain Mast 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Refer to the CDL TASK: 71-1 407 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
MAST - DRAIN 71-71-42
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Visual Inspection of the Drain 601 001-049, 051-099
Mast Outlet 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
DRAIN MANIFOLD MODULE 71-71-43
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Drain Manifold 401 001-049, 051-099
Module 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Drain Manifold 404 001-049, 051-099
Module 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
TUBES - OIL HYDRAULIC AND WATER DRAIN 71-73-49
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Oil Tank Drain Tube 401 001-049, 051-099
and Hose 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Oil Tank Drain 408 001-049, 051-099
Tube and Hose 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Fan Case Drain 414 001-049, 051-099
Tubes 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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Installation of the Fan Case Drain 419 001-049, 051-099
Tubes 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Fuel Pump Drain 423 001-049, 051-099
Tubes 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Fuel Pump 426 001-049, 051-099
Drain Tubes 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Fuel Servos Drain 429 001-049, 051-099
Tubes 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Fuel Servos 433 001-049, 051-099
Drain Tubes 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Fuel Overboard 437 001-049, 051-099
Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Fuel Overboard 440 001-049, 051-099
Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Heat Exchanger 443 001-049, 051-099
Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Heat Exchanger 446 001-049, 051-099
Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Hydro Mechanical 449 001-049, 051-099
Unit (HMU) Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Hydro 455 001-049, 051-099
Mechanical Unit (HMU) Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Hydraulic Pump 459 001-049, 051-099
Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199

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201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Hydraulic Pump 462 001-049, 051-099
Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Forward Oil Sump 465 001-049, 051-099
Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Forward Oil 468 001-049, 051-099
Sump Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Reservoir to 471 001-049, 051-099
Manifold Hydraulic Oil Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Reservoir to 474 001-049, 051-099
Manifold Hydraulic Oil Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Reservoir to 477 001-049, 051-099
Manifold Oil Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Reservoir to 480 001-049, 051-099
Manifold Oil Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Reservoir to 483 001-049, 051-099
Manifold Pressurized Air Drain 101-149, 151-199
Tube 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Reservoir to 486 001-049, 051-099
Manifold Pressurized Air Drain 101-149, 151-199
Tube 201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Starter Pad Oil 489 001-049, 051-099
Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Starter Pad 492 001-049, 051-099
Oil Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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Removal of the IDG Oil Drain Tube 495 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the IDG Oil Drain 498 001-049, 051-099
Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Removal of the Turbine Rear Frame A401 001-049, 051-099
TRF Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Installation of the Turbine Rear A405 001-049, 051-099
Frame Drain Tube 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
TUBES - OIL HYDRAULIC AND WATER DRAIN 71-73-49
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Inspection of the Oil, Hydraulic 601 001-049, 051-099
and Water Drain Tubes/Hose 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
TUBES - OIL HYDRAULIC AND WATER DRAIN 71-73-49
CLEANING/PAINTING 701 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
Cleaning of the Oil, Hydraulic, 701 001-049, 051-099
and Water Drain Tubes/Hose 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499

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POWER PLANT - GENERAL - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
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1. _______
General
(Ref. Fig. 001)
Each engine is housed in a nacelle suspended from a pylon attached to the
wing lower surface.
The nacelle is defined as being the set of cowling and system hardware
which, fitted on the engine, constitutes a complete flightworthy propulsion
system, ready for installation on the airplane. The nacelle consists of the
demountable powerplant, the fan cowls, and the thrust reverser cowls. The
demountable powerplant consists of the engine and its accessories, the
engine air intake, the primary exhaust (including centerbody) and the engine
mounts.
The propulsion systems mounted on the right and left wings are
interchangeable except for the fan cowl door strake. Each fan cowl
incorporates provisions for mounting the strake; the strake is to be
installed on the inboard and outboard side of each propulsion system.

2. Description
___________

A. Engine
(Ref. 72-00-00)
(Ref. Fig. 002)
The engine is a dual-rotor, variable stator, high-bypass ratio turbofan
power plant for subsonic service. The design and configuration of the
engine are based on obtaining long life high reliability and easy access
for line maintenance.
It is a modular design which permits the changing of a major assembly
without complete dissassembly of the engine. The principal modules of the
engine are the low pressure compressor (fan stator and fan rotor), high
pressure compressor, turbine frame, combustor chamber, high pressure
turbine, low pressure turbine and gearbox.

B. Cowling
(Ref. 71-10-00)
(Ref. Fig. 003)
The cowling assembly consists of :
- the air intake cowl
- the fan cowl
- the thrust reverser cowl
- the primary exhaust (primary nozzle and center body).
The thrust reverser and the primary exhaust are covered by chapter 78.
The hinged thrust reverser and fan cowls are attached to the pylon.
The fan cowls are hinged at the upper part by three hinges.
They are held open by hold-open rods and provide access to the engine for
:
- maintenance


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Figure 001


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Figure 002


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Nacelle Dimensions
Figure 003


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- rigging
- trouble shooting
- engine removal/installation

C. Mounts
(Ref. 71-20-00)
The engine is attached to the pylon by two damage tolerant mounts. The
mounts are the main attaching structures (forward and aft).
The forward mount comprises four attach bolts that connect the engine
directly to the pylon.
The aft mount consists of a link and beam system attaching the engine to
the pylon.

D. Attachment Fittings
(Ref. 71-40-00)
The attachment fittings and support brackets ensure the attachment on the
engine of :
- components
- ducts
- pipes
- electrical cables
The attachment fittings and support brackets are attached on :
- the engine core
- the fan case
- the accessories
- the accessory gearbox.

E. Fire Protection
(Ref. 26-00-00)
Firewalls and fire seals provide segregation and fire protection between
the engine compartments (fan and core compartments). The fire seals
separate the space within the engine into compartments.
This means of isolation limits propagation, should a fire occur. The
pylon floor forms the upper firewall of both the fan and core
compartments.

F. Electrical Harness
(Ref. 71-50-00)
The engine electrical harness serves for connection with the electrical
components mounted in the nacelle pylon.
The engine electrical harness :

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(2) transmits signals for :
- nacelle sub-systems
- engine control
- monitoring functions.

G. Engine Drains
(Ref. 71-70-00)
The drain and vent system consists of lines collecting and carrying waste
fluids and vapors overboard.
This system drains accessories and engine components.

H. Lightning Protection and Grounding


(Ref. Fig. 004)
The composite outer skins of the inlet cowl and fan cowl incorporate a
lightning protection system (Ref. 71-11-00 and 71-13-00). Mechanical
attachment and fittings conduct the current into the pylon/engine
structure.

J. HIRF and EMI


The inlet cowl and fan cowl composite graphite outer skins incorporate an
Expanded Copper Screen (ECS) which increases the electromagnetic
compatibility of the structure.
The continuous fan cowl door to pylon rub strip is made of corrosion
resistant steel materials which closes the electromagnetic aperture of
this joint.
The fan compartment ventilation scoops are made of 321 steel material and
the fan compartment ventilation exhaust located in the lower right hand
fan cowl door features an Inconel 625 grid which screens electromagnetic
signals.

K. Ventilation (Ref. 75-00-00)


The engine fan and core compartments are ventilated to maintain
equipment, and fluid, temperatures at suitable levels. Ventilation of the
compartments also contributes to fire prevention by eliminating the
buildup of flammable fluids, or vapors, to dangerous levels.


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Figure 004


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TASK 71-00-00-820-002

Oil Circuit Air Flow Check

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific test rig


856A2662 1 TOOL KIT - MASTER AIR NOZZLE
856A3267 1 ADAPTER, TEST RIG - AIR FLOW CHECK

B. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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71-00-00-991-310 Fig. 201


71-00-00-991-311 Fig. 202
71-00-00-991-313 Fig. 203

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 71-00-00-869-216

A. Not Applicable


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4. Procedure
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(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 71-00-00-991-310, 202/TASK 71-00-00-991-311, 203/TASK


71-00-00-991-313)

Subtask 71-00-00-820-058

A. Calibration of the Air Flow Test Rig


It is necessary to calibrate the test rig used for the oil circuit air
flow check. This calibration permits to check an air flow range from 7.3
to 74.6 pph (2.7 to 28 m3/h), which can be used on all CFM56 engines.

(1) Connect the test rig compressed air supply fitted with ADAPTER, TEST
RIG - AIR FLOW CHECK (856A3267G02), to TOOL KIT - MASTER AIR NOZZLE
(856A2662G01).

(2) Firmly hold the body of the master air nozzle.

(3) One after the other, put the 3 jets, calibrated hole first, inside
the body of the tool.

(4) Measure the air flow rate with each jet, under the test conditions
which follow:

(a) Pressure: 34.5 psi (237.5 kPa)

(b) Temperature: 68 deg.F (20 deg.C)

(c) Characteristics of the air supply hose installed between the test
rig and the master air nozzle:

NOTE : You must use the same hose when you do the airflow tests.
____

1
_ Minimum section: 0.1 in.2 (64 mm2)

2
_ Maximum length: 13 ft. (4 m)

(5) Correct the measured flow rates (in pph or kg/h only) with the
formula given in the figure.
(Ref. Fig. 203/TASK 71-00-00-991-313)

(6) Make sure that the corrected air flow rates are within the reference
air flow rates given in table 201.


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Connection of the Master Air Nozzle to the Adapter


Figure 201/TASK 71-00-00-991-310


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Test Rig for Engine Oil Circuit Air Flow Check


Figure 202/TASK 71-00-00-991-311


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Formula for the Calculation of the Correction Factor


Figure 203/TASK 71-00-00-991-313


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| JET DIAMETER | |
| | AIR FLOW RATES |
|(ENGRAVED ON JETS) | |
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| in. | mm | PPH | KG/H | SCFM | M3/H |
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| 0.06 | 1.5 | 7.3/7.9 | 3.3/3.6 | 1.6/1.8 | 2.7/3.0 |
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| 0.13 | 3.4 | 37.3/41.3 | 16.9/18.7 | 8.2/9.2 | 14.0/15.5 |
R -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 0.18 | 4.5 | 67.4/74.6 | 30.5/33.8 | 14.9/16.5 | 25.3/28.0 |
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Table 201
Standard Air Flow Rates

Subtask 71-00-00-820-059

B. Engine Air Flow Rates

(1) Testing parameters

(a) Air: clean and dry.

(b) Pressure: 34.5 psi (237.5 kPa)

(c) Temperature: 68 deg.F (20 deg.C)

(2) The corrected air flow rates of each engine oil circuit must be in
the limits given in table 202 below, in these conditions:

(a) The test rig must be selected to the large size selector: 0.18
in. (4.5 mm) diameter, for the forward engine sump.

(b) The test rig must be selected to the medium size selector: 0.13
in. (3.4 mm) diameter, for the rear engine sump and for the
AGB/TGB.


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| ENGINE OIL CIRCUIT | AIR FLOW RATES |
R | --------------------------------------------------------
| | PPH | KG/H | SCFM | M3/H |
R -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| FORWARD SUMP | 53.2/61.9 | 24.12/28.08 | 11.6/13.5 | 19.7/22.98 |
R -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| REAR SUMP | 22.2/26.6 | 10.08/12.06 | 4.8/5.75 | 8.2/9.8 |
R -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| AGB/TGB | 35.3/39.3 | 16.02/17.82 | 7.7/8.55 | 13.05/14.5 |
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Table 202
Engine Air Flow Rates


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POWER PLANT - GENERAL - REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
____________________________________________

TASK 71-00-00-000-042

Removal of the Power Plant

WARNING : USE SOLVENTS/CLEANING AGENTS, SEALANTS AND OTHER SPECIAL MATERIALS


_______
ONLY WITH A GOOD SUPPLY OF AIR.
OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS.
PUT ON PROTECTIVE CLOTHING.
DO NOT GET THEM IN YOUR MOUTH.
DO NOT SMOKE.
DO NOT BREATHE THE GAS.
THESE MATERIALS ARE POISONOUS, FLAMMABLE AND SKIN IRRITANT.
GET MEDICAL HELP IF YOUR SKIN OR EYES BECOME IRRITATED.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

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 ALL THE CIRCUITS IN MAINTENANCE ARE ISOLATED BEFORE
_______
YOU SUPPLY ELECTRICAL POWER TO THE AIRCRAFT.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This task gives the information for the removal of the Power Plant.
The power plant can be removed in particular configuration. It is allowed to
remove the power plant with or without the air intake cowl installed.


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2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific adhesive tape


No specific blanking plugs
No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)
No specific protective covers
No specific soft nose pliers
No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)
No specific container (1 USgal) 4 l (1.0566 USgal)
R No specific Torque Wrench : range 30.00 to 220.00 lbf.in
R (0.34 to 2.60 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 2.00 to 20.00 m.daN
(15.00 to 150.00 lbf.ft)
S487ETT2 1 ENGINE TROLLEY
S587-2BH0 1 BRACE - HOLD OPEN COWLS
S686CR56-5 1 ENGINE CRADLE
TMHBS10-10-00 1 BRACE-HOLD OPEN COWLS
TMHEC28-00-00 1 CRADLE,CFM56-5 ENGINE
TMHET06-00-00 1 TRAILER,ENGINE GROUND HANDLING(CFM56-6 AND IAE V2500)
98D27803500001 1 TOOL-ZERO LOCKING, FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER
98D71203500000 1 BOOTSTRAP-SYSTEM
98D71203501000 1 BOOTSTRAP SYSTEM

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. CP8001 USA MIL AMS 5687


lockwire 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia. (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. CP8002 *
safetywire 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia. (Ref. 70-30-00)



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C. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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05-57-00-200-001 Aircraft Stability


24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
29-14-00-614-001 Depressurization of the Hydraulic Reservoirs
31-36-00-740-007 Printout of the Engine Hours and Cycles
31-36-00-740-015 Printout of the Engine / APU Hours and Cycles Stored
in the FDIMU (10TV)
36-11-49-000-026 Removal of the Sense Line between the Bleed
Pressure-Regulator Valve (PRV) and the Pylon
Interface
71-13-00-010-040 Opening of the Fan Cowl Doors
78-30-00-481-041 Make the Thrust Reverser Unserviceable for
Maintenance
78-36-00-010-040 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Doors
SIL 54-031
71-00-00-991-910 Fig. 401
71-00-00-991-911 Fig. 402
71-00-00-991-912 Fig. 403

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,


R 301-399, 401-499,

71-00-00-991-913 Fig. 404

**ON A/C 153-153,

71-00-00-991-913-A Fig. 404A

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499,

71-00-00-991-914 Fig. 405

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,

71-00-00-991-915 Fig. 406


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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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**ON A/C 151-199, 401-499,

71-00-00-991-915-A Fig. 406A

**ON A/C 153-153,

71-00-00-991-929 Fig. 407

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499,

71-00-00-991-916 Fig. 408


71-00-00-991-917 Fig. 409
71-00-00-991-918 Fig. 410

3. __________
Job Set-up

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-158, 201-209,

Subtask 71-00-00-740-052

A. Do a print-out of the engine hours and cycles and keep the print with the
engine for follow-up (Ref. TASK 31-36-00-740-007).

R **ON A/C 106-149, 159-199, 210-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-740-052-A

A. Do a print-out of the engine hours and cycles and keep the print with the
engine for follow-up (Ref. TASK 31-36-00-740-015).


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R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
R 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-941-066

B. Safety Precautions

(1) Make sure that aircraft is stable (Ref. TASK 05-57-00-200-001).

NOTE : If the aircraft is on jacks, make sure that it is leveled


____
before you remove the engine.

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

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

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

(4) 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).

(5) Make sure that the slats are retracted and install TOOL-ZERO LOCKING,
FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER (98D27803500001) on the flap and slat control
lever.

(6) On the panel 30VU make sure that the APU BLEED pushbutton switch is
released (ON legend off) and install a warning notice to tell the
persons not to use it.

(7) Put a warning notice on the HP ground connector to tell the persons
not to pressurize the pneumatic system.

Subtask 71-00-00-861-089

C. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).


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Subtask 71-00-00-865-087

D. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU ENGINE/1 AND 2/IGN/SYS A 1JH A03
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/AOA/1 4DA1 D04
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/1 2DA1 D03
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PITOT/1 3DA1 D02
49VU COM/CVR/SPLY 2RK E14
49VU COM/CVR/CTL 4RK E13

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-052, 054-056, 058-059, 061-099, 101-101, 103-149,


151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
Post SB 30-1037 For A/C 001-049,051-052,054-056,

49VU ANTI ICE/RAIN/RPLNT/CAPT 1DB1 D01

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

121VU RCDR/DFDR 7TU K16


121VU ENGINE/ENG1 AND 2 FIRE EXTIG/BTL1/SQUIB/B 2WE1 Q44
121VU ENGINE/ENG1 AND 2 FIRE EXTIG/BTL1/SQUIB/A 1WE1 Q43
121VU ENGINE/ENG1 AND 2 FIRE EXTIG/BTL2/SQUIB/B 2WE2 Q42
121VU ENGINE/ENG1 AND 2 FIRE EXTIG/BTL2/SQUIB/A 1WE2 Q41
122VU ANTI ICE/WINDOWS/R 4DG2 W14
122VU ANTI ICE/WINDOWS/L 4DG1 X14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/3 2DA3 Y16
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/TAT 1DA2 Y15
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/PITOT 3DA2 Y14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/AOA 4DA2 Y13
R 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/2 2DA2 Y12
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/STATIC 5DA2 Y11
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/PITOT 3DA3 Z16
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/AOA 4DA3 Z15
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/STATIC 5DA3 Z14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/STATIC 5DA1 Z13
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/TAT 1DA1 Z12

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-052, 054-056, 058-059, 061-099, 101-101, 103-149,


151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
Post SB 30-1037 For A/C 001-049,051-052,054-056,

122VU ANTI ICE/RAIN/RPLNT/F/O 1DB2 W11



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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
R 401-499,

FOR 1000EM1
49VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT1/ENG1 1QG A08
49VU ENGINE/1/FIRE DET/LOOP A 7WD1 A06
49VU ENGINE/1/FADEC A/AND EIU 1 2KS1 A04
121VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT2/ENG1 3QG M25
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG1/SYS B 3JH1 P41
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG1/SYS A BAT 2JH1 P39
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/FIRE DET/LOOP B 8WD1 Q38
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/FADEC B/AND EIU 1 4KS1 R41
122VU ELEC/GCU/1 2XU1 T26
122VU ANTI ICE/ENG/1 1DN1 X10
FOR 1000EM2
49VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT1/ENG2 2QG A09
49VU ENGINE/2/FIRE DET/LOOP B 8WD2 A07
49VU ENGINE/2/FADEC A/AND EIU 2 2KS2 A05
121VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT2/ENG2 4QG M26
121VU HYDRAULIC/HYD POWER/Y 3803GX N30
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG2/SYS B 3JH2 P42
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG2/SYS A BAT 2JH2 P40
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FADEC B 4KS2 Q40
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FIRE DET/LOOP A 7WD2 Q39
122VU ELEC/GCU/2 2XU2 T27
122VU ANTI ICE/ENG/2 1DN2 W10
123VU Y HYD/ELEC/PUMP 3802GX AB06
123VU Y HYD/ELEC/ELEC PUMP/NORM 3801GX AB03

Subtask 71-00-00-865-088

E. 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


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Subtask 71-00-00-941-067

F. Put a warning notice on the circuit breaker 1KC1(2) to tell the persons
not to open it (them).

Subtask 71-00-00-864-051

G. Depressurize the hydraulic reservoir (Ref. TASK 29-14-00-614-001):


- FOR 1000EM1
Depressurize the Green hydraulic reservoir.
- FOR 1000EM2
Depressurize the Yellow hydraulic reservoir.

Subtask 71-00-00-010-093

H. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowl doors (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-040):


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

Subtask 71-00-00-040-069

J. Make the thrust reverser unserviceable (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-481-041).

Subtask 71-00-00-010-094

K. Get Access

CAUTION : BEFORE OPENING THE THRUST REVERSER DOORS TO THE 45 DEGREES


_______
POSITION MAKE SURE THAT THE SLATS ARE RETRACTED. IF NOT THE
SLATS CAN TOUCH THE INBOARD THRUST REVERSER DOOR.

(1) Open the thrust reverser doors to the 45 degrees position (Ref. TASK
78-36-00-010-040):
FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR


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Subtask 71-00-00-941-068

L. Put the access platform in position at the engine level.

(1) At the half upper part of the fan frame seal the fan duct panels with
adhesive tape
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 71-00-00-991-910)

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-223, 225-235, 237-249,


R 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-480-059

M. Install BRACE - HOLD OPEN COWLS (S587-2BH0) or BRACE-HOLD OPEN COWLS


(TMHBS10-10-00) to support the fan and thrust reverser cowl doors.
(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 71-00-00-991-911)

**ON A/C 224-224, 236-236,

Subtask 71-00-00-480-059-A

M. Install BRACE - HOLD OPEN COWLS (S587-2BH0) or BRACE-HOLD OPEN COWLS


(TMHBS10-10-00) to support the fan and thrust reverser cowl doors.
(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 71-00-00-991-911)

NOTE : Make sure that the corrective action per (Ref. SIL 54-031) has
____
been done.

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-680-051

N. Drain the remaining fuel from the engine and the pylon fuel hose at the
fuel filter as follows :
(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 71-00-00-991-912)

(1) Put a container (1 USgal) under the fuel filter.

(2) Cut and remove the lockwire or safety cable and remove the drain plug
from the filter bowl. Drain the fuel into the container.

(3) Install the drain plug and TORQUE to between 45 and 55 lbf.in (0.50
and 0.62 m.daN). Safety with lockwire 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia.
R (Material No. CP8001), or safetywire 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia.
R (Material No. CP8002).


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Fan Duct Panels and Sealing Fitting Assy


Figure 401/TASK 71-00-00-991-910


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Hold Open Cowl Braces - Installation


Figure 402/TASK 71-00-00-991-911


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Thrust Reverser Electrical Connectors


Figure 403/TASK 71-00-00-991-912


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R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,
R 301-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-010-095

P. Remove the components:

(1) At the rear of the drain mast remove the drain tube.

(2) Remove the access panels :


FOR 1000EM1
473AL, 473AR
FOR 1000EM2
483AL, 483AR

(3) Remove these components from the right side of the engine :

(a) Disconnect the electrical connectors 450VCA, 452VCA, 454VCA, and


457VCA from the aft pylon junction box.
(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 71-00-00-991-912)

NOTE : If necessary, use the soft nose pliers to loosen the


____
electrical connectors.

(b) Remove the two clamps which attach the core harness to the pylon
and keep them attached to the harness.

NOTE : Two clamp sizes can be found depending of the core harness
____
diameter. To make sure that the correct clamps are
installed, keep the clamps attached to the harness.

(c) Disconnect the generator harness connector 400VCA from the


forward pylon junction box.
(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913)

(d) Disconnect the thrust reverser harness connectors 4101KSB,


4101KSA and 4102KSA from the thrust reverser hydraulic control
unit.
(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913)

(e) Remove the screw (15) and nut (20) that attach the clamps (10),
(25) to the bracket on the HCU.


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Power Plant - Right Side


Figure 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913


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(f) Remove the clamp (10) from the harness for connector 4101KSB and
remove the harness from the HCU.

NOTE : Loosely install the screw (15) and nut (20) on the clamp
____
(25) and tighten with your hand.

(g) Disconnect the electrical connectors 401VCA, 402VCA, 403VCA,


404VCA, 405VCA, 406VCA, 407VCA, 408VCA, 409VCA, 447VCA, and
448VCA from the forward pylon junction box.
(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913)

(h) Remove the coupling (5) and disconnect the upper starter duct
from the pylon duct.
(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913)

(i) Install protective covers on the open ends of the ducts.

(j) Install blanking plugs on the electrical connectors.

(4) Remove these components from the left side of engine:

(a) Disconnect the thrust reverser harness connector 4100KSA and


4100KSB from the electrical junction box.

R (b) Disconnect the coupling half on the suction hose (60), the
R pressure hose (55), and the upper case drain hose (50) from the
fluid disconnect panel.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(c) Disconnect hose/tube (175) from the PRV interface.


(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(d) Remove the bolts (35), the washers (40) that attach the
fuel/return by-pass hose (45), from the fluid disconnect panel.
Remove and discard the gasket (10).
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(e) Remove the bolts (25), the washers (30) that attach the main fuel
supply hose (20) to the fluid disconnect panel. Remove and
discard the gasket (15).
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(f) Install the protective covers on the disconnected hoses and


tubes.



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Power Plant - Right Side


Figure 404A/TASK 71-00-00-991-913-A


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Figure 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914



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(g) Disconnection of the tubes:

CAUTION : USE 2 WRENCHES TO REMOVE OR INSTALL THE TUBE COUPLING


_______
NUTS:
- ONE WRENCH TO HOLD THE UNION, AND
- ONE TO LOOSEN OR TIGHTEN THE COUPLING NUT.
THIS PREVENTS DAMAGE TO THE PARTS.

1
_ Disconnect the sense tubes (75) and (80) from the pylon
interface tubes.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 406/TASK 71-00-00-991-915)

**ON A/C 151-152, 154-199, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,


301-399, 401-499,

2
_ Disconnect the pressure tube (70) from the union installed in
the upper high-pressure manifold duct (engine 1 only).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 406/TASK 71-00-00-991-915)

**ON A/C 151-152, 154-199, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)



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Figure 406/TASK 71-00-00-991-915


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Figure 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A


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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499,

3
_ Remove the coupling (65) and disconnect the pylon interface
duct from the pylon duct.
R

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 406/TASK 71-00-00-991-915)

**ON A/C 151-152, 154-199, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)


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**ON A/C 153-153,

Subtask 71-00-00-010-095-A

P. Remove the components:

PRE SPIB CFM02253MW1

(1) At the rear of the drain mast, remove the fuel overboard drain tube
(150).
(Ref. Fig. 407/TASK 71-00-00-991-929)

(a) Disconnect the fuel overboard drain tube (150) from the CFMI
tube.

(b) Remove the bolt (155), the nut (160), and the clamp (165) that
attach the drain tube (150) to the bracket on the transfer
gearbox.

(c) Remove the bolt (170), the spacer (180), and the nut (185) that
attach the drain tube (150) to the bracket at the bottom of the
transfer gearbox.

(d) Remove the drain tube (150) from the engine.

(e) Put protective covers on the tubes.

END OF PRE SPIB CFM02253MW1



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Fuel Overboard Drain Tube


Figure 407/TASK 71-00-00-991-929


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POST SPIB CFM02253MW1

(2) Not applicable

END OF SPIB CFM02253MW1

(3) Remove the access panels :


FOR 1000EM1
473AL, 473AR
FOR 1000EM2
483AL, 483AR

(4) Remove these components from the right side of the engine :

(a) Disconnect the electrical connectors 450VCA, 452VCA, 454VCA, and


457VCA from the aft pylon junction box.
(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 71-00-00-991-912)

NOTE : If necessary, use the soft nose pliers to loosen the


____
electrical connectors.

(b) Remove the two clamps which attach the core harness to the pylon
and keep them attached to the harness.

NOTE : Two clamp sizes can be found depending of the core harness
____
diameter. To make sure that the correct clamps are
installed, keep the clamps attached to the harness.

(c) Disconnect the generator harness connector 400VCA from the


forward pylon junction box.
(Ref. Fig. 404A/TASK 71-00-00-991-913-A)

(d) Disconnect the thrust reverser harness connectors 4101KSB,


4101KSA and 4102KSA from the thrust reverser hydraulic control
unit.
(Ref. Fig. 404A/TASK 71-00-00-991-913-A)

(e) Remove the harness for connector 4101KSB from the clip on the
Hydraulic Control Unit (HCU).

(f) Disconnect the electrical connectors 401VCA, 402VCA, 403VCA,


404VCA, 405VCA, 406VCA, 407VCA, 408VCA, 409VCA, 447VCA, and
448VCA from the forward pylon junction box.
(Ref. Fig. 404A/TASK 71-00-00-991-913-A)



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(g) Remove the coupling (5) and disconnect the upper starter duct
from the pylon duct.
(Ref. Fig. 404A/TASK 71-00-00-991-913-A)

(h) Install protective covers on the open ends of the ducts.

(i) Install blanking plugs on the electrical connectors.

(5) Remove these components from the left side of engine:

(a) Disconnect the thrust reverser harness connector 4100KSA and


4100KSB from the electrical junction box.

R (b) Disconnect the coupling half on the suction hose (60), the
R pressure hose (55), and the upper case drain hose (50) from the
fluid disconnect panel.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(c) Disconnect hose/tube (175) from the PRV interface.


(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(d) Remove the bolts (35), the washers (40) that attach the
fuel/return by-pass hose (45), from the fluid disconnect panel.
Remove and discard the gasket (10).
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(e) Remove the bolts (25), the washers (30) that attach the main fuel
supply hose (20) to the fluid disconnect panel. Remove and
discard the gasket (15).
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(f) Install the protective covers on the disconnected hoses and


tubes.

(g) Disconnection of the tubes:

CAUTION : USE 2 WRENCHES TO REMOVE OR INSTALL THE TUBE COUPLING


_______
NUTS:
- ONE WRENCH TO HOLD THE UNION, AND
- ONE TO LOOSEN OR TIGHTEN THE COUPLING NUT.
THIS PREVENTS DAMAGE TO THE PARTS.

1
_ Disconnect the sense tubes (75) and (80) from the pylon
interface tubes.
(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)



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2
_ Disconnect the pressure tube (70) from the union installed in
the upper high-pressure manifold duct (engine 1 only).
(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)

3
_ Remove the coupling (65) and disconnect the pylon interface
duct from the pylon duct.
R
(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)
R

**ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-020-078

Q. Removal of the Pressure Regulator Valve (PRV) Sense Line

(1) Remove the sense line between the bleed pressure regulator valve
(PRV) and the pylon interface (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-000-026).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-020-060

R. Loosen the forward engine mount bolts.

(1) Remove the bolts (100), the washers (105) and (115), and nuts (110)
that attach the nut retainers (125).
(Ref. Fig. 408/TASK 71-00-00-991-916)

(2) Cut and remove the lockwire or safety cable and loosen the bolts (85)
as follows:

(a) Loosen one bolt. TORQUE again the bolt to between 12 and 18 m.daN
(88.49 and 132.74 lbf.ft) or to the maximum load that a mechanic
can apply with a standard wrench.

(b) Apply this procedure on the three remaining bolts one by one.



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Forward Engine Mount


Figure 408/TASK 71-00-00-991-916


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Subtask 71-00-00-480-060

S. Installation of the booststrap system:

(1) Install BOOTSTRAP-SYSTEM (98D71203500000) or BOOTSTRAP SYSTEM


(98D71203501000)
(Ref. Fig. 409/TASK 71-00-00-991-917)

(a) Install the rear beam (9) on the lower part of the pylon and
attach with the ball pins (8).

(b) Install the spacer and the center hinge clamp (6) on the pyramid.
Attach the spacer to the pyramid with the right and left clamps
(7).

(c) Install the forward hinge arms (4) and (5) with the ball pins
(3).

(d) Install the link (2) at the upper part of the hinge arms (4) and
(5) with the ball pins (1).

(e) Install the dynamometers and the chain pulley blocks.

(2) Install the engine cradle:

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU INSTALL THE CRADLE ON, OR REMOVE IT


_______
FROM, THE ENGINE. IF NOT, YOU CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE
VIBRATION SENSOR CONNECTOR. THE VIBRATION SENSOR CONNECTOR
IS IN FRONT OF THE FORWARD HANDLING POINT ON THE RIGHT
SIDE.

(a) Put the ENGINE TROLLEY (S487ETT2) or TRAILER,ENGINE GROUND


HANDLING(CFM56-6 AND IAE V2500) (TMHET06-00-00) together with the
ENGINE CRADLE (S686CR56-5) or CRADLE,CFM56-5 ENGINE (TMHEC28-00-
00), in position below the engine.

(3) Attach the chain hooks to the engine cradle.

(4) Release the pins that attach the engine cradle to the trolley and
lift the engine cradle to the engine.

NOTE : Make the engine cradle level. To do this use the chain
____
pulleys.


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Bootstrap Installation
Figure 409/TASK 71-00-00-991-917- 12 (SHEET 1)


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Bootstrap Installation
Figure 409/TASK 71-00-00-991-917- 22 (SHEET 2)


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(5) Put the pins of the front fixtures into the engine handling points
and then install the rear support on the left side. Attach to the
engine with a ball pin.

NOTE : The pin of the rear support on the left side must be put in
____
the lower hole of the engine bracket.

(6) Put the pins into each fixture. Then, at the same time, adjust the
tension of the handling hoists so that you can read these values on
the dynamometers : 1975 daN (4440 lbf) (2015 kg) for the forward
dynamometers and 400 daN (900 lbf) (408 kg) for the aft dynamometers.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 71-00-00-020-061

A. Remove the bolts of the engine mounts

WARNING : DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY MAY RESULT IF THE POWER PLANT FALLS ON
_______
THE PERSONNEL. THE POWER PLANT WEIGHS APPROXIMATELY 6280 POUNDS
(2850KG). MAKE SURE THAT ALL PERSONNEL IS AWAY FROM THE
AIRCRAFT WHEN THE POWER PLANT IS REMOVED.

(1) Remove the bolts (85), washers (90), nuts (120) that attach the
forward engine mount (95) to the pylon.
(Ref. Fig. 408/TASK 71-00-00-991-916)

(2) Remove the bolts (135) and washers (140) that attach the aft engine
mount (145) to the pylon.
(Ref. Fig. 410/TASK 71-00-00-991-918)

Subtask 71-00-00-869-177

B. Make sure that no lines or unions stay connected to the pylon.

Subtask 71-00-00-480-061

C. Installation of the support equipment

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE PYLON FORWARD MOUNT DOES NOT TOUCH THE UPPER
_______
STRUT OR THE UPPER SEAL ASSY WHEN YOU LOWER THE ENGINE OR
DAMAGE CAN OCCUR.

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 71-00-00-991-910)



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Aft Engine Mount


Figure 410/TASK 71-00-00-991-918



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(1) Put the pulley locking levers in down position then lower the engine
with the four chain pulley blocks.

NOTE : Use the level indicators on the forward hinge arms of the
____
bootstrap to keep this hinge arms as near as possible to the
horizontal position.

NOTE : Be careful not to cause dynamic effects while you lower the
____
engine.

(2) Put first the aft section of the engine cradle in position on the
trolley then the forward section.

(3) Lock the engine cradle to the trolley with ball pins

(4) Remove the four chain hooks from the engine cradle stirrups and
remove the four chain pulley blocks from the bootstrap system.

Subtask 71-00-00-020-059

D. Remove the engine.

CAUTION : OBEY THESE PRECAUTIONS WHEN YOU TOW OR MOVE THE AIRCRAFT ON THE
_______
GROUND WITH THE ENGINE REMOVED AND THE THRUST REVERSER
INSTALLED:
- THE THRUST REVERSER MUST BE CLOSED AND LATCHED.
- THE FAN COWLS MUST BE REMOVED.
- THE SPEED OF THE AIRCRAFT MUST BE 2 KM/H OR SLOWER.
- PREVENT SUDDEN MOVEMENTS OF THE THRUST REVERSER.
IF YOU DO NOT OBEY THESE INSTRUCTIONS, YOU CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO
THE NACELLE STRUCTURE.

NOTE : When you lower the engine, check that the assembly is level and
____
never in a nose down attitude.



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TASK 71-00-00-000-042- 01

Removal of the Power Plant with the Engine Positioner TWW 75E (MIAG)

WARNING : USE SOLVENTS/CLEANING AGENTS, SEALANTS AND OTHER SPECIAL MATERIALS


_______
ONLY WITH A GOOD SUPPLY OF AIR.
OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS.
PUT ON PROTECTIVE CLOTHING.
DO NOT GET THEM IN YOUR MOUTH.
DO NOT SMOKE.
DO NOT BREATHE THE GAS.
THESE MATERIALS ARE POISONOUS, FLAMMABLE AND SKIN IRRITANT.
GET MEDICAL HELP IF YOUR SKIN OR EYES BECOME IRRITATED.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

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 ALL THE CIRCUITS IN MAINTENANCE ARE ISOLATED BEFORE
_______
YOU SUPPLY ELECTRICAL POWER TO THE AIRCRAFT.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This task gives the information for the removal of the Power Plant.
The power plant can be removed in particular configuration. It is permitted
to remove the power plant with or without the air intake cowl installed.



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2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific adhesive tape


No specific blanking plugs
No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)
No specific protective covers
No specific soft nose pliers
No specific warning notice
No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)
No specific container (1 USgal) 4 l (1.0566 USgal)
R No specific Torque Wrench : range 30.00 to 220.00 lbf.in
R (0.34 to 2.60 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 2.00 to 20.00 m.daN
(15.00 to 150.00 lbf.ft)
S587-2BH0 1 BRACE - HOLD OPEN COWLS
TMHBS10-10-00 1 BRACE-HOLD OPEN COWLS
TWW75E 1 ENGINE POSITIONER
98D27803500001 1 TOOL-ZERO LOCKING, FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. CP8001 USA MIL AMS 5687


lockwire 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia. (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. CP8002 *
safetywire 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia. (Ref. 70-30-00)



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C. Referenced Information

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

05-57-00-200-001 Aircraft Stability


24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
29-14-00-614-001 Depressurization of the Hydraulic Reservoirs
31-36-00-740-007 Printout of the Engine Hours and Cycles
31-36-00-740-015 Printout of the Engine / APU Hours and Cycles Stored
in the FDIMU (10TV)
36-11-49-000-026 Removal of the Sense Line between the Bleed
Pressure-Regulator Valve (PRV) and the Pylon
Interface
71-13-00-010-040 Opening of the Fan Cowl Doors
78-30-00-481-041 Make the Thrust Reverser Unserviceable for
Maintenance
78-36-00-010-040 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Doors
SIL 54-031
71-00-00-991-910 Fig. 401
71-00-00-991-911 Fig. 402
71-00-00-991-912 Fig. 403

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,


R 301-399, 401-499,

71-00-00-991-913 Fig. 404

**ON A/C 153-153,

71-00-00-991-913-A Fig. 404A

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499,

71-00-00-991-914 Fig. 405

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,

71-00-00-991-915 Fig. 406


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

**ON A/C 151-199, 401-499,

71-00-00-991-915-A Fig. 406A

**ON A/C 153-153,

71-00-00-991-929 Fig. 407

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499,

71-00-00-991-916 Fig. 408


71-00-00-991-918 Fig. 410

3. __________
Job Set-up

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-158, 201-209,

Subtask 71-00-00-740-054

A. Do a print-out of the engine hours and cycles and keep the print with the
engine for follow-up (Ref. TASK 31-36-00-740-007).

R **ON A/C 106-149, 159-199, 210-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-740-054-A

A. Do a print-out of the engine hours and cycles and keep the print with the
engine for follow-up (Ref. TASK 31-36-00-740-015).


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R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
R 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-941-104

B. Safety Precautions

(1) Make sure that aircraft is stable (Ref. TASK 05-57-00-200-001).

NOTE : If the aircraft is on jacks, make sure that it is leveled


____
before you remove the engine.

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

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

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

(4) 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).

(5) Make sure that the slats are retracted and install TOOL-ZERO LOCKING,
FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER (98D27803500001) on the flap and slat control
lever.

(6) On the panel 30VU make sure that the APU BLEED pushbutton switch is
released (ON legend off) and install a warning notice to tell persons
not to use it.

(7) Put a warning notice on the HP ground connector to tell persons not
to pressurize the pneumatic system.

Subtask 71-00-00-861-090

C. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).


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Subtask 71-00-00-865-118

D. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU ENGINE/1 AND 2/IGN/SYS A 1JH A03
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/AOA/1 4DA1 D04
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/1 2DA1 D03
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PITOT/1 3DA1 D02
49VU COM/CVR/SPLY 2RK E14
49VU COM/CVR/CTL 4RK E13

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-052, 054-056, 058-059, 061-099, 101-101, 103-149,


151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
Post SB 30-1037 For A/C 001-049,051-052,054-056,

49VU ANTI ICE/RAIN/RPLNT/CAPT 1DB1 D01

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

121VU RCDR/DFDR 7TU K16


121VU ENGINE/ENG1 AND 2 FIRE EXTIG/BTL1/SQUIB/B 2WE1 Q44
121VU ENGINE/ENG1 AND 2 FIRE EXTIG/BTL1/SQUIB/A 1WE1 Q43
121VU ENGINE/ENG1 AND 2 FIRE EXTIG/BTL2/SQUIB/B 2WE2 Q42
121VU ENGINE/ENG1 AND 2 FIRE EXTIG/BTL2/SQUIB/A 1WE2 Q41
122VU ANTI ICE/WINDOWS/R 4DG2 W14
122VU ANTI ICE/WINDOWS/L 4DG1 X14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/3 2DA3 Y16
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/TAT 1DA2 Y15
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/PITOT 3DA2 Y14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/AOA 4DA2 Y13
R 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/2 2DA2 Y12
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/STATIC 5DA2 Y11
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/PITOT 3DA3 Z16
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/AOA 4DA3 Z15
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/STATIC 5DA3 Z14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/STATIC 5DA1 Z13
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/TAT 1DA1 Z12

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-052, 054-056, 058-059, 061-099, 101-101, 103-149,


151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
Post SB 30-1037 For A/C 001-049,051-052,054-056,

122VU ANTI ICE/RAIN/RPLNT/F/O 1DB2 W11



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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
R 401-499,

FOR 1000EM1
49VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT1/ENG1 1QG A08
49VU ENGINE/1/FIRE DET/LOOP A 7WD1 A06
49VU ENGINE/1/FADEC A/AND EIU 1 2KS1 A04
121VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT2/ENG1 3QG M25
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG1/SYS B 3JH1 P41
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG1/SYS A BAT 2JH1 P39
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/FIRE DET/LOOP B 8WD1 Q38
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/FADEC B/AND EIU 1 4KS1 R41
122VU ELEC/GCU/1 2XU1 T26
122VU ANTI ICE/ENG/1 1DN1 X10
FOR 1000EM2
49VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT1/ENG2 2QG A09
49VU ENGINE/2/FIRE DET/LOOP B 8WD2 A07
49VU ENGINE/2/FADEC A/AND EIU 2 2KS2 A05
121VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT2/ENG2 4QG M26
121VU HYDRAULIC/HYD POWER/Y 3803GX N30
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG2/SYS B 3JH2 P42
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG2/SYS A BAT 2JH2 P40
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FADEC B 4KS2 Q40
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FIRE DET/LOOP A 7WD2 Q39
122VU ELEC/GCU/2 2XU2 T27
122VU ANTI ICE/ENG/2 1DN2 W10
123VU Y HYD/ELEC/PUMP 3802GX AB06
123VU Y HYD/ELEC/ELEC PUMP/NORM 3801GX AB03

Subtask 71-00-00-865-119

E. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
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FOR 1000EM1
49VU ENGINE/1/HP FUEL SOV 1KC1 A01
FOR 1000EM2
49VU ENGINE/2/HP FUEL SOV 1KC2 A02


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Subtask 71-00-00-941-105

F. Put a warning notice on the circuit breaker 1KC1(2) to tell persons not
to open it (them).

Subtask 71-00-00-864-052

G. Depressurize the hydraulic reservoir (Ref. TASK 29-14-00-614-001):


- FOR 1000EM1
Depressurize the Green hydraulic reservoir.
- FOR 1000EM2
Depressurize the Yellow hydraulic reservoir.

Subtask 71-00-00-010-129

H. Get Access

(1) Open the fan cowl doors (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-040):


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

Subtask 71-00-00-040-080

J. Make the thrust reverser unserviceable (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-481-041).

Subtask 71-00-00-010-130

K. Get Access

CAUTION : BEFORE OPENING THE THRUST REVERSER DOORS TO THE 45 DEGREES


_______
POSITION MAKE SURE THAT THE SLATS ARE RETRACTED. IF NOT THE
SLATS CAN TOUCH THE INBOARD THRUST REVERSER DOOR.

(1) Open the thrust reverser doors to the 45 degrees position (Ref. TASK
78-36-00-010-040):
FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR


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Subtask 71-00-00-941-106

L. Put the access platform in position at the engine level.

(1) At the half upper part of the fan frame, seal the fan duct panels
with adhesive tape.
(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 71-00-00-991-910)

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-223, 225-235, 237-249,


R 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-480-066

M. Install BRACE - HOLD OPEN COWLS (S587-2BH0) or BRACE-HOLD OPEN COWLS


(TMHBS10-10-00) to support the fan and thrust reverser cowl doors.
(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 71-00-00-991-911)

**ON A/C 224-224, 236-236,

Subtask 71-00-00-480-066-A

M. Install BRACE - HOLD OPEN COWLS (S587-2BH0) or BRACE-HOLD OPEN COWLS


(TMHBS10-10-00) to support the fan and thrust reverser cowl doors.
(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 71-00-00-991-911)

NOTE : Make sure that the corrective action per (Ref. SIL 54-031) has
____
been done.

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-680-055

N. Drain the remaining fuel from the engine and the pylon fuel hose at the
fuel filter as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 71-00-00-991-912)

(1) Put a container (1 USgal) under the fuel filter.

(2) Cut and remove the lockwire or safety cable and remove the drain plug
from the filter bowl. Drain the fuel into the container.

(3) Install the drain plug and TORQUE to between 45 and 55 lbf.in (0.50
and 0.62 m.daN). Safety with lockwire 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia.
R (Material No. CP8001) or safetywire 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia. (Material
R No. CP8002).


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R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,
R 301-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-010-131-A

P. Remove the components:

(1) At the rear of the drain mast, remove the drain tube.

(2) Remove the access panels:


FOR 1000EM1
473AL, 473AR
FOR 1000EM2
483AL, 483AR.

(3) Remove these components from the right side of the engine:

(a) Disconnect the electrical connectors 450VCA, 452VCA, 454VCA and


457VCA from the aft pylon junction box.
(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 71-00-00-991-912)

NOTE : If necessary, use the soft nose pliers to loosen the


____
electrical connectors.

(b) Remove the two clamps which attach the core harness to the pylon
and keep them attached to the harness.

NOTE : Two clamp sizes can be found depending on the core harness
____
diameter. To make sure that the correct clamps are
installed, keep the clamps attached to the harness.

(c) Disconnect the generator harness connector 400VCA from the


forward pylon junction box.
(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913)

(d) Disconnect the thrust reverser harness connectors 4101KSB,


4101KSA and 4102KSA from the thrust reverser hydraulic control
unit.
(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913)

(e) Remove the screw (15) and nut (20) that attach the clamps (10),
(25) to the bracket on the HCU.


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(f) Remove the clamp (10) from the harness for connector 4101KSB and
remove the harness from the HCU.

NOTE : Loosely install the screw (15) and nut (20) on the clamp
____
(25) and tighten with your hand.

(g) Disconnect the electrical connectors 401VCA, 402VCA, 403VCA,


404VCA, 405VCA, 406VCA, 407VCA, 408VCA, 409VCA, 447VCA and 448VCA
from the forward pylon junction box.
(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913)

(h) Remove the coupling (5) and disconnect the upper starter duct
from the pylon duct.
(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913)

(i) Install protective covers on the open ends of the ducts.

(j) Install blanking plugs on the electrical connectors.

(4) Remove these components from the left side of the engine:

(a) Disconnect the thrust reverser harness connector 4100KSA and


4100KSB from the electrical junction box.

R (b) Disconnect the coupling half on the suction hose (60), the
R pressure hose (55), and the upper case drain hose (50) from the
R fluid disconnect panel.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(c) Disconnect hose/tube (175) from the PRV interface.


(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(d) Remove the bolts (35), the washers (40) that attach the
fuel/return by-pass hose (45), from the fluid disconnect panel.
Remove and discard the gasket (10).
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(e) Remove the bolts (25), the washers (30) that attach the main fuel
supply hose (20) to the fluid disconnect panel. Remove and
discard the gasket (15).
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(f) Install the protective covers on the disconnected hoses and


tubes.



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(g) Disconnection of the tubes:

CAUTION : USE 2 WRENCHES TO REMOVE OR INSTALL THE TUBE COUPLING


_______
NUTS:
- ONE WRENCH TO HOLD THE UNION, AND
- ONE TO LOOSEN OR TIGHTEN THE COUPLING NUT.
THIS PREVENTS DAMAGE TO THE PARTS.

1
_ Disconnect the sense tubes (75) and (80) from the pylon
interface tubes.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 406/TASK 71-00-00-991-915)

**ON A/C 151-152, 154-199, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,


301-399, 401-499,

2
_ Disconnect the pressure tube (70) from the union installed in
the upper high-pressure manifold duct (engine 1 only).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 406/TASK 71-00-00-991-915)

**ON A/C 151-152, 154-199, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)



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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499,

3
_ Remove the coupling (65) and disconnect the pylon interface
duct from the pylon duct.
R

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 406/TASK 71-00-00-991-915)

**ON A/C 151-152, 154-199, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)


R

**ON A/C 153-153,

Subtask 71-00-00-010-131

P. Remove the components:

PRE SPIB CFM02253MW1

(1) At the rear of the drain mast, remove the fuel overboard drain tube
(150).
(Ref. Fig. 407/TASK 71-00-00-991-929)

(a) Disconnect the fuel overboard drain tube (150) from the CFMI
tube.

(b) Remove the bolt (155), the nut (160) and the clamp (165) that
attach the drain tube (150) to the bracket on the transfer
gearbox.

(c) Remove the bolt (170), the spacer (180) and the nut (185) that
attach the drain tube (150) to the bracket at the bottom of the
transfer gearbox.

(d) Remove the drain tube (150) from the engine.

(e) Put protective covers on the tubes.

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POST SPIB CFM02253MW1

(2) Not applicable

END OF SPIB CFM02253MW1

(3) Remove the access panels:


FOR 1000EM1
473AL, 473AR
FOR 1000EM2
483AL, 483AR.

(4) Remove these components from the right side of the engine:

(a) Disconnect the electrical connectors 450VCA, 452VCA, 454VCA and


457VCA from the aft pylon junction box.
(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 71-00-00-991-912)

NOTE : If necessary, use the soft nose pliers to loosen the


____
electrical connectors.

(b) Remove the two clamps which attach the core harness to the pylon
and keep them attached to the harness.

NOTE : Two clamp sizes can be found depending on the core harness
____
diameter. To make sure that the correct clamps are
installed, keep the clamps attached to the harness.

(c) Disconnect the generator harness connector 400VCA from the


forward pylon junction box.
(Ref. Fig. 404A/TASK 71-00-00-991-913-A)

(d) Disconnect the thrust reverser harness connectors 4101KSB,


4101KSA and 4102KSA from the thrust reverser hydraulic control
unit.
(Ref. Fig. 404A/TASK 71-00-00-991-913-A)

(e) Remove the harness for connector 4101KSB from the clip on the
Hydraulic Control Unit (HCU).

(f) Disconnect the electrical connectors 401VCA, 402VCA, 403VCA,


404VCA, 405VCA, 406VCA, 407VCA, 408VCA, 409VCA, 447VCA, and
448VCA from the forward pylon junction box.
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(g) Remove the coupling (5) and disconnect the upper starter duct
from the pylon duct.
(Ref. Fig. 404A/TASK 71-00-00-991-913-A)

(h) Install protective covers on the open ends of the ducts.

(i) Install blanking plugs on the electrical connectors.

(5) Remove these components from the left side of engine:

(a) Disconnect the thrust reverser harness connector 4100KSA and


4100KSB from the electrical junction box.

R (b) Disconnect the coupling half on the suction hose (60), the
R pressure hose (55), and the upper case drain hose (50) from the
R fluid disconnect panel.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(c) Disconnect hose/tube (175) from the PRV interface.


(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(d) Remove the bolts (35), the washers (40) that attach the
fuel/return by-pass hose (45), from the fluid disconnect panel.
Remove and discard the gasket (10).
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(e) Remove the bolts (25), the washers (30) that attach the main fuel
supply hose (20) to the fluid disconnect panel. Remove and
discard the gasket (15).
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(f) Install the protective covers on the disconnected hoses and


tubes.

(g) Disconnection of the tubes:

CAUTION : USE 2 WRENCHES TO REMOVE OR INSTALL THE TUBE COUPLING


_______
NUTS:
- ONE WRENCH TO HOLD THE UNION, AND
- ONE TO LOOSEN OR TIGHTEN THE COUPLING NUT.
THIS PREVENTS DAMAGE TO THE PARTS.

1
_ Disconnect the sense tubes (75) and (80) from the pylon
interface tubes.
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2
_ Disconnect the pressure tube (70) from the union installed in
the upper high-pressure manifold duct (engine 1 only).
(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)

3
_ Remove the coupling (65) and disconnect the pylon interface
duct from the pylon duct.
R
(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)
R

**ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-020-079

Q. Removal of the Pressure Regulator Valve (PRV) Sense Line

(1) Remove the sense line between the bleed pressure regulator valve
(PRV) and the pylon interface (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-000-026).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-020-069

R. Loosen the forward engine mount bolts.

(1) Remove the bolts (100), the washers (105) and (115), and nuts (110)
that attach the nut retainers (125).
(Ref. Fig. 408/TASK 71-00-00-991-916)

(2) Cut and remove the lockwire or safety cable and loosen the bolts (85)
as follows:

(a) Loosen one bolt. TORQUE again the bolt to between 12 and 18 m.daN
(88.49 and 132.74 lbf.ft) or to the maximum load that a mechanic
can apply with a standard wrench.

(b) Apply this procedure on the three remaining bolts one by one.

Subtask 71-00-00-480-067

S. Installation of the Engine Positioner TWW 75E.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE ENGINE POSITIONER IS ON A FLAT, CONCRETE


_______
SURFACE. IF THERE IS A SLOPE, IT MUST NOT BE MORE THAN 2 DEG.

(1) Make sure that the ENGINE POSITIONER (TWW75E) is operational.

(2) Install the engine cradle onto the rail system of the engine
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(3) On the control panel of the positioner, push the button SET REFERENCE
VALUE to set the load value to zero.

(4) Install the engine positioner under the engine.

CAUTION : DO NOT CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ENGINE WHILE YOU LIFT THE
_______
CRADLE.

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU INSTALL THE CRADLE ON, OR REMOVE IT


_______
FROM, THE ENGINE. IF NOT, YOU CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE
VIBRATION SENSOR CONNECTOR. THE VIBRATION SENSOR CONNECTOR
IS IN FRONT OF THE FORWARD HANDLING POINT ON THE RIGHT
SIDE.

(a) Start up the engine positioner.

(b) Position the engine positioner with the cradle on it, below the
engine. Use the right joystick to move the positioner.

(c) Lift and adjust the engine positioner with the cradle assembly.
Lightly move the positioner to adjust it. Use the left joystick
to lift the positioner.

(d) Insert the pins of the front fixtures of the engine handling
points and then install the rear support on the left side. Attach
to the engine with a ball pin.

(e) Continue to lift the engine positioner until the tool takes over
the weight of the engine from the wing.

NOTE : From this point, the load taken over by the four pillars
____
of the positionner must be monitored all the time on the
control panel.

(f) Continue to lift and make sure that display on the control panel
shows the load taken over by the four pillars of the positioner.
When the load is between zero and 300 daN (overload), the load
bar is green. When the load is more than 300 daN, the load bar
becomes red and the lifting system of the engine positioner stops
(overload protection).

(g) Lift the front and aft pillars together or only the front pillars
or the aft pillars to obtain the front and aft preloads.

(h) When a lift pillar is at 100 percent of preload, the related load
bar becomes red and the movement stops.

(i) On the control panel of the positioner, release this overload:

1
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(j) Lower the pillar which is overload.

(k) Lift the other pillars until all pillars are near to 300 daN
(overload).

(l) Use the left joystick until all load values become stable and the
up movement stops.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 71-00-00-020-070

A. Remove the bolts of the engine mounts

WARNING : DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY MAY RESULT IF THE POWER PLANT FALLS ON
_______
THE PERSONNEL. THE POWER PLANT WEIGHS APPROXIMATELY 6280 POUNDS
(2850KG). MAKE SURE THAT ALL PERSONNEL IS AWAY FROM THE
AIRCRAFT WHEN THE POWER PLANT IS REMOVED.

(1) Remove the bolts (85), washers (90), nuts (120) that attach the
forward engine mount (95) to the pylon.
(Ref. Fig. 408/TASK 71-00-00-991-916)

(2) Remove the bolts (135) and washers (140) that attach the aft engine
mount (145) to the pylon.
(Ref. Fig. 410/TASK 71-00-00-991-918)

Subtask 71-00-00-869-274

B. Make sure that no lines or unions stay connected to the pylon.

Subtask 71-00-00-480-068

C. Removal of the Engine from the Aircraft

(1) Use the left joystick to lower the engine.

(2) Have an engine trolley available with the 90 inch rail system.

(3) Move the engine positioner away from the wing and assemble the rail
system of the engine positioner with the rail system of the engine
trolley.

(4) Move the cradle from the positioner to the engine trolley.


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Subtask 71-00-00-020-071

D. Remove the engine.

CAUTION : OBEY THESE PRECAUTIONS WHEN YOU TOW OR MOVE THE AIRCRAFT ON THE
_______
GROUND WITH THE ENGINE REMOVED AND THE THRUST REVERSER
INSTALLED:
- THE THRUST REVERSER MUST BE CLOSED AND LATCHED.
- THE FAN COWLS MUST BE REMOVED.
- THE SPEED OF THE AIRCRAFT MUST BE 2 KM/H OR SLOWER.
- PREVENT SUDDEN MOVEMENTS OF THE THRUST REVERSER.
IF YOU DO NOT OBEY THESE INSTRUCTIONS, YOU CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO
THE NACELLE STRUCTURE.


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TASK 71-00-00-400-042

Installation of the Power Plant

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE THE CORRECT FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
_______
AVAILABLE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

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 ALL THE CIRCUITS IN MAINTENANCE ARE ISOLATED BEFORE
_______
YOU SUPPLY ELECTRICAL POWER TO THE AIRCRAFT.

CAUTION : DO A CHECK OF THE ENGINE DATA PLATE TO MAKE SURE THAT THE ENGINE IS
_______
CORRECT FOR THE AIRCARFT.
IF YOU INSTALL AN ENGINE THAT DOES NOT HAVE THE CORRECT CONFIGURATION
FOR THE AIRCRAFT.
- DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT CAN OCCUR IF YOU OPERATE THE ENGINE. - THE TEST
AFTER THE INSTALLATION WILL TELL YOU THE ENGINE CONFIGURATION IS NOT
CORRECT AND MORE WORK WILL BE NECESSARY.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This task gives the information for the installation of the Power Plant.
The power plant can be installed in particular configuration. It is allowed
to install the power plant with or without the air intake cowl installed.

NOTE : Engine and Nacelle are 2 ways interchangeable but with condition
____
(Refer to AI SIL 71-037).


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2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific dynamometer
No specific foam rubber protective pads
No specific safety cable 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia.
No specific safety cable 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia., AMS5689
No specific safetywire 0.047 in. (1.2 mm) dia., MS920995C047
No specific soft nose pliers
No specific warning notice
No specific Safety Cable Terminator Tool
No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 15.00 to 150.00 lbf.ft
(2.00 to 20.00 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 120.00 to 600.00 lbf.ft
(15.00 to 82.00 m.daN)
R No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 50.00 lbf.in
R (0.00 to 0.56 m.daN)
R
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)
98D27803500001 1 TOOL-ZERO LOCKING, FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER
R 98D71203002002 1 CHEST, TORQUE SET - CFM56-5 ENGINE

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. CP1008 *


trichloroethylene (1,1,1) (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. CP5063 *
silicone lubricant (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. CP8001 *
lockwire 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia. (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. CP8002 *
0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia. safetywire (Ref. 70-30-00)



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Material No. CP8002 *


safetywire 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia. (Ref. 70-30-00)

C. Expendable Parts

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FIG.ITEM |DESIGNATION |IPC-CSN
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10 gasket 73-11-48 01A-030


15 gasket 73-11-11 01A-070

D. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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12-13-79-610-002 Check oil level and replenish Check Pop Out Indicator
of EMCD (Electrical Master Chip Detector)
20-28-00-720-005 Check of the Electrical Bonding of the Different
Components (But not the Fluid Systems and the
Components Installed on Composite materials)
22-97-00-710-001 Operational Test of the LAND CAT III Capability
24-21-00-210-046 Check of the Oil Level and Oil-Filter
Differential-Pressure Indicator (DPI)
24-21-00-720-041 Operational Test of the IDG Disconnect and Reconnect
(Reset) Function - Engine in Operation
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
30-21-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Engine Air Intake Ice
Protection (with the Engines in operation)
31-32-00-860-012 Procedure to Get Access to the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST/ENG
Page
31-36-00-740-005 Update of the Engine Hours and Cycles in the DMU
after Engine or DMU Replacement
R 31-36-00-740-014 Update of the Engine Hours and Cycles in the FDIMU
R (10TV)
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
34-10-00-860-004 IR Alignment Procedure
36-11-49-400-026 Installation of the Sense Line between the Bleed
Pressure-Regulator Valve (PRV) and the Pylon
Interface



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71-00-00-710-003 Engine Automatic Start


71-00-00-710-006 Minimum Idle Check
71-00-00-710-008 Power Assurance Check
71-00-00-710-009 Vibration Check
71-00-00-710-025 Accel Check
71-00-00-710-028 Engine Shutdown
71-13-00-010-040 Opening of the Fan Cowl Doors
71-13-00-410-040 Closing of the Fan Cowl Doors
71-13-00-800-041 Adjustment of the Fan Cowl Doors
71-21-11-210-040 Detailed Visual Inspection of the Forward Engine
Mount with the Engine Installed
71-22-11-210-042 Detailed Inspection of Aft Engine Mount Installation
with the Engine Installed
73-11-50-360-002 Leak Check and Functional Test of the Fuel Return
Valve
73-21-60-720-040 Functional Test of the Electronic Control Unit (ECU)
73-21-60-740-006 Read the LRU Identification Report and the Thrust
Reverser Shut-off Valve Status
73-21-60-740-008 Entry of the Engine Serial Number Through MCDU
73-29-00-710-040 Operational Test of the FADEC on the Ground (with
Engine Motoring)
78-30-00-081-041 Make the Thrust Reverser Serviceable after
Maintenance
78-30-00-481-041 Make the Thrust Reverser Unserviceable for
Maintenance
78-31-00-710-042 Operational Test of the Thrust Reverser System
78-36-00-010-040 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Doors
78-36-00-410-040 Closing of the Thrust Reverser Doors
78-36-41-820-042 Adjustment of the Thrust Reverser Half Door Latches
78-36-41-820-043 Inspection of the Thrust Reverser Half Door Latches
78-36-42-820-002 Adjustment of the LH or R/H Thrust Reverser J Ring
on Wing
ESPM 20-48-23
ESPM 20-48-24
SIL 73-019
SPM 703213
SPM 703223
71-00-00-991-910 Fig. 401
71-00-00-991-911 Fig. 402
71-00-00-991-912 Fig. 403



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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,


301-399, 401-499,

71-00-00-991-913 Fig. 404

**ON A/C 153-153,

71-00-00-991-913-A Fig. 404A

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

71-00-00-991-914 Fig. 405

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,

71-00-00-991-915 Fig. 406

**ON A/C 151-199, 401-499,

71-00-00-991-915-A Fig. 406A

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

71-00-00-991-929 Fig. 407


71-00-00-991-916 Fig. 408
71-00-00-991-917 Fig. 409
71-00-00-991-918 Fig. 410
71-00-00-991-925 Fig. 411
FOR FIN 1000EM1
29-11-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Green Hydraulic System
29-11-51-860-040 Hydraulic Maintenance Procedure After an Engine
Installation (With Engine Pump Installed) or After an
Engine Pump Installation
FOR FIN 1000EM2
29-13-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Yellow Hydraulic System
29-13-51-860-001 Hydraulic Maintenance Procedure After an Engine
Installation (With Engine Pump Installed) or After an
Engine Pump Installation



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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 71-00-00-865-089

A. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) open, safetied and
tagged

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
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49VU ENGINE/1 AND 2/IGN/SYS A 1JH A03
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/AOA/1 4DA1 D04
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/1 2DA1 D03
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PITOT/1 3DA1 D02
49VU COM/CVR/SPLY 2RK E14
49VU COM/CVR/CTL 4RK E13

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-052, 054-056, 058-059, 061-099, 101-101, 103-149,


151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
Post SB 30-1037 For A/C 001-049,051-052,054-056,

49VU ANTI ICE/RAIN/RPLNT/CAPT 1DB1 D01

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

121VU RCDR/DFDR 7TU K16


121VU ENGINE/ENG1 AND 2 FIRE EXTIG/BTL1/SQUIB/B 2WE1 Q44
121VU ENGINE/ENG1 AND 2 FIRE EXTIG/BTL1/SQUIB/A 1WE1 Q43
121VU ENGINE/ENG1 AND 2 FIRE EXTIG/BTL2/SQUIB/B 2WE2 Q42
121VU ENGINE/ENG1 AND 2 FIRE EXTIG/BTL2/SQUIB/A 1WE2 Q41
122VU ANTI ICE/WINDOWS/R 4DG2 W14
122VU ANTI ICE/WINDOWS/L 4DG1 X14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/3 2DA3 Y16
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/TAT 1DA2 Y15
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/PITOT 3DA2 Y14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/AOA 4DA2 Y13
R 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/2 2DA2 Y12
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/STATIC 5DA2 Y11
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/PITOT 3DA3 Z16
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/AOA 4DA3 Z15
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/STATIC 5DA3 Z14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/STATIC 5DA1 Z13
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/TAT 1DA1 Z12



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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-052, 054-056, 058-059, 061-099, 101-101, 103-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
Post SB 30-1037 For A/C 001-049,051-052,054-056,

122VU ANTI ICE/RAIN/RPLNT/F/O 1DB2 W11

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

FOR 1000EM1
49VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT1/ENG1 1QG A08
49VU ENGINE/1/FIRE DET/LOOP A 7WD1 A06
49VU ENGINE/1/FADEC A/AND EIU 1 2KS1 A04
121VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT2/ENG1 3QG M25
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG1/SYS B 3JH1 P41
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG1/SYS A BAT 2JH1 P39
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/FIRE DET/LOOP B 8WD1 Q38
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/FADEC B/AND EIU 1 4KS1 R41
122VU ELEC/GCU/1 2XU1 T26
122VU ANTI ICE/ENG/1 1DN1 X10
FOR 1000EM2
49VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT1/ENG2 2QG A09
49VU ENGINE/2/FIRE DET/LOOP B 8WD2 A07
49VU ENGINE/2/FADEC A/AND EIU 2 2KS2 A05
121VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT2/ENG2 4QG M26
121VU HYDRAULIC/HYD POWER/Y 3803GX N30
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG2/SYS B 3JH2 P42
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG2/SYS A BAT 2JH2 P40
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FADEC B 4KS2 Q40
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FIRE DET/LOOP A 7WD2 Q39
122VU ELEC/GCU/2 2XU2 T27
122VU ANTI ICE/ENG/2 1DN2 W10
123VU Y HYD/ELEC/PUMP 3802GX AB06
123VU Y HYD/ELEC/ELEC PUMP/NORM 3801GX AB03



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Subtask 71-00-00-860-063

B. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

NOTE : Make sure that the ECU standard and/or engine model agree with the
____
Aircraft configuration. Refer to (Ref. SIL 73-019).

(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.

(4) Make sure that the slats are retracted and install TOOL-ZERO LOCKING,
FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER (98D27803500001) on the flap and slat control
lever.

(5) Make sure there is a warning notice on the HP ground connector to


tell persons not to pressurize the pneumatic system.

Subtask 71-00-00-010-096

C. Get Access

(1) Make sure that the fan cowl doors are open: (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-
040)
FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(2) Make sure that the thrust reverser doors are open: (Ref. TASK 78-36-
00-010-040)
FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR

Subtask 71-00-00-040-070

D. Make sure that the thrust reverser is unserviceable (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-
481-041).



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Subtask 71-00-00-210-062

E. Check before installation

CAUTION : DO A DETAILED VISUAL INSPECTION OF THE FORWARD AND AFT ENGINE


_______
MOUNTS AND ALL PARTS THAT ATTACH THE MOUNTS. THE PARTS MUST BE
IN GOOD CONDITION. IF THE PARTS ARE NOT IN GOOD CONDITION THE
MOUNT COULD FAIL.

(1) Do a detailed visual inspection of the forward and aft engine mount
(Ref. TASK 71-21-11-210-040) and (Ref. TASK 71-22-11-210-042).

(2) Do a detailed visual inspection of the forward central part (the


snout) of the forward engine mount (Ref. TASK 71-21-11-210-040).

(3) Do a check of the cowling for correct condition.

(4) Do a check of the electrical connectors of the aft and forward


junction boxes for correct condition.

(5) Do a check of the visible part of the pylon for correct condition.

(6) Do a pin retention check of the sockets of the IDG connector (Ref.
ESPM 20-48-23) (CANNON) and (Ref. ESPM 20-48-24) (FRAMATONE-former
SOURIAU).
- Use a dynamometer, the CANNON value is 1.2 daN (2.7 lbf) minimum
R and the FRAMATONE (former SOURIAU) value is 2.8 daN (6.3 lbf) for
R NEW sockets and 2.2 daN (4.9lbf) for OLD sockets, in accordance
R with pin/socket type used. Do not clean the contacts with abrasive
R material.

Subtask 71-00-00-110-052

F. Clean bolts (85) and (135), nuts (120) and (155) with trichloroethylene
(1,1,1) (Material No. CP1008).

Subtask 71-00-00-210-063

G. Make sure that there are no signs of important seizure or wear.



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Subtask 71-00-00-230-051

R H. Inspection of the bolt, the washers and the retainers.

R (1) Do a fluorescent penetrant inspection level 3 of the mount bolts. No


R cracks are permitted. See CFMI standard Practices Manual (Ref. SPM
703213) and (Ref. SPM 703223).

NOTE : FPI is not usefull for new bolt.


____

R (2) Examine the washer and the retainer for signs of damage. If there are
R scratches, marks and/or other damage, reject them.

Subtask 71-00-00-110-053

J. Carefully clean the mating faces, the shear or locating pin holes and the
fastener holes.

Subtask 71-00-00-869-180

K. If some equipment is not installed on the new engine, remove it from the
removed engine. Then install it on the new engine.

Subtask 71-00-00-941-069

L. Put foam rubber protective pads between:


- The aft mount and the engine
- Forward mount and engine
- And at the upper part of the fan case so that the parts cannot hit
during hoisting operations.

(1) At the half upper part of the fan frame, seal the fan duct panels
with adhesive tape.

Subtask 71-00-00-010-097

M. If installed, remove the fuel overboard drain tube at the rear of the
drain mast.
(Ref. Fig. 407/TASK 71-00-00-991-929)

(1) Disconnect the fuel overboard drain tube (150) from the CFMI tube.

(2) Remove the bolt (155), the nut (160), and the clamp (165) that attach
the drain tube (150) to the bracket on the transfer gearbox.



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(3) Remove the bolt (170), the spacer (180), and the nut (185) that
attach the drain tube (150) to the bracket at the bottom of the
transfer gearbox.

(4) Remove the drain tube (150) from the engine.

(5) Put protective covers on the tubes.

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 71-00-00-480-062

A. Installation of the booststrap:

(1) Install the engine trolley complete with the engine cradle and the
replacement engine under the pylon.

(2) Install chain pulley blocks on the bootstrap system.

(3) Attach the chain hooks to the engine cradle.

(4) Free the pins attaching the engine cradle to the trolley.

(5) Place the locking levers of the handling hoist in up position.

(6) Raise the engine cradle to disengage it from the trolley.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE PYLON FORWARD MOUNT DOES NOT TOUCH THE
_______
UPPER STRUT OR THE UPPER SEAL ASSY WHEN YOU RAISE THE
ENGINE OR DAMAGE CAN OCCUR.

(Ref. Fig. 401/TASK 71-00-00-991-910)

(a) Slightly raise the forward section of the engine cradle then the
aft section.

NOTE : When you raise the engine, check that the assembly is
____
level and never in a nose down attitude.

NOTE : During hoisting procedure make sure that:


____
- The difference of load between front cables is less than
600 daN (1348.9 lbf) (612 kg)
- The difference of load between rear cables is less than
200 daN (449.6 lbf) (204 kg).



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NOTE : Use the level indicators on the forward hinge arms of the
____
bootstrap to keep this hinge arms as near as possible to
the horizontal position.

(7) When the distance between the engine mounts and the pylon mounts is
approximately 10 mm (0.4 in.) , slowly raise the engine.

CAUTION : DO NOT INSTALL THE LOCATING PINS OF ONE MOUNT BEFORE THE
_______
OTHER OR DAMAGE TO MOUNTS AND PYLON COULD RESULT.

(a) Install front and rear locating pins.

(8) Raise the engine cradle gradually until a mating load is indicated on
the dynamometers. Do not apply more than 200 daN (449.6 lbf) (204 kg)
for each cable.

Subtask 71-00-00-640-051

B. Apply a thin layer silicone lubricant (Material No. CP5063) to the


threads of the engine mount bolts (85) and (135) the washers (90) and
(140) and the nuts (120) and (155).

Subtask 71-00-00-869-181

C. Do a test of the nuts used on the forward and aft engine mounts to make
sure the self-locking property works correctly.

(1) Forward engine mount nuts.

(a) Put the washers (90) under the head of the bolts (85).

(b) Install the bolts (85) through holes in the pylon and the forward
mount.

(c) Install the nuts (120) on the bolts (85).

(d) Tighten the nuts by hand until they are hard to turn.

NOTE : Make sure that the nuts are correctly threaded on the
____
bolts.

(e) Use a torque wrench to tighten the nuts (120) until at least two
full threads show beyond the nut.

(f) Measure the torque required to tighten the bolt (85). The minimum
torque should not be less than 70 lbf.in (0.79 m.daN). The
maximum torque should not be more than 600 lbf.in (6.78 m.daN).



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(g) If the bolt (85) torque is less than 70 lbf.in (0.79 m.daN),
replace the nut (120) and do again steps (a) thru (f).

(h) If the bolt (85) torque is more than 600 lbf.in (6.78 m.daN),
remove the bolt and nut and look for damaged threads. If the
threads are damaged, replace the bolt and nut and do again steps
(a) thru (g).

(2) Aft engine mount nuts.

(a) Put the bolts (135) in the barrel nuts (155).

(b) Tighten the bolts by hand until they are hard to turn.

NOTE : Make sure that the nuts are correctly threaded on the
____
bolts.

(c) Use a torque wrench to tighten the bolts (135) until at least two
full threads show beyond the nut.

(d) Measure the torque required to tighten the bolts (135). The
minimum torque should not be less than 90 lbf.in (1.01 m.daN).
The maximum torque should not be more than 800 lbf.in (9.04
m.daN).

(e) If the bolt (135) torque is less than 90 lbf.in (1.01 m.daN),
replace the barrel nut (155) and do again steps (a) thru (d).

(f) If the bolt torque is more than 800 lbf.in (9.04 m.daN), remove
the bolt and nut and look for damaged threads. If the threads are
damaged, replace the bolt and nut and do again steps (a) thru
(d).

Subtask 71-00-00-420-063

D. Installation of the engine mounts:


(Ref. Fig. 408/TASK 71-00-00-991-916, 410/TASK 71-00-00-991-918)

(1) At the aft engine mount:

CAUTION : INSTALL THE BARREL NUT WITH THE ROUNDED SIDE UP. IF NOT,
_______
DAMAGE TO THE BARREL NUT CAN OCCUR.

(a) Put the barrel nuts (155), with the rounded side up, and the
retainers (150) in the aft engine mount (145).



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(b) Installation of the washers

CAUTION : THE INNER DIAMETER OF THE WASHER HAS A CHAMFER ON ONE


_______
SIDE ONLY. YOU MUST PUT THE CHAMFER AGAINST THE HEAD OF
THE BOLT SO THAT IT AGREES WITH THE RADIUS OF THE HEAD
OF THE BOLT. INCORRECT INSTALLATION OF THE WASHER CAN
DAMAGE THE HEAD OF THE BOLT.

1
_ Put the washers (140) on the bolts (135) so the chamfer of the
washer (140) agrees with the radius of the head of the bolt
(135).

(c) Put the bolts (135) through the holes in the pylon and the aft
engine mount (145).

(d) Install the bolts (135) in to the barrel nuts (155).

(e) TORQUE the aft mount bolt using the CHEST, TORQUE SET - CFM56-5
ENGINE (98D71203002002).

CAUTION : DO NOT SET ON THE WRENCH THE TORQUE VALUE THAT FOLLOWS.
_______
THIS TORQUE VALUE IS APPLICABLE TO THE BOLT. IT DOES
NOT TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE DESIGN OF THE ADAPTOR. A
COEFFICIENT OF REDUCTION IS APPLIED TO CALCULATE THE
TORQUE VALUE TO BE SET ON THE WRENCH.

1
_ TORQUE the bolt (135) to between 480 and 580 lbf.ft (65.07 and
78.63 m.daN). Make sure the mating surface of the aft engine
mount (165) touches the pylon after you torque the bolts.

NOTE : Use the adaptor P/N 98D71203002 208 to TORQUE the bolt
____
- to between 451 and 545 lbf.ft (61.14 and 73.89 m.daN)
if you install the torque wrench on the adaptor with
an angle of 22.5
- to between 461 and 557 lbf.ft (62.50 and 75.51 m.daN)
if you install the torque wrench on the adaptor with
an angle of 67.5
(Ref. Fig. 411/TASK 71-00-00-991-925)

(f) Safety of the bolts

CAUTION : YOU CAN USE SAFETY CABLE OR SAFETY WIRE TO SAFETY THE
_______
BOLTS. YOU MUST INSTALL THE SAFETY WIRE OR THE CABLE
TIGHTLY. IF YOU DO NOT OBEY THIS PRECAUTION, DAMAGE TO
THE PYLON CAN OCCUR.



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R Tool adaptor
R Figure 411/TASK 71-00-00-991-925



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1
_ Safety each bolt (135) with safety cable 0.032 in. (0.8 mm)
dia., AMS5689 or 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia. safetywire (Material
No. CP8002) or safetywire 0.047 in. (1.2 mm) dia.,
MS920995C047.

a
_ Use Safety Cable Terminator Tool for safety cable AMS5689.

NOTE : Safety cable terminator tool (BM series) Bergen


____
Cable Technology or DMC Safe-T-Cable Tool & Parts
Kit, Daniels Manufacturing Corporation are to be
used.

NOTE : When you use safety cable at aft mount, you must
____
install filler washer to avoid ferrule to go through
the aft mount beam hole.

(2) At the forward engine mount:

CAUTION : THE INNER DIAMETER OF THE WASHER HAS A CHAMFER ON ONE SIDE
_______
ONLY. YOU MUST PUT THE CHAMFER AGAINST THE HEAD OF THE BOLT
SO THAT IT AGREES WITH THE RADIUS OF THE HEAD OF THE BOLT.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION OF THE WASHER CAN DAMAGE THE HEAD OF
THE BOLT.

(a) Put the washers (90) on the bolts (85) so the chamfer of the
washer (90) agrees with the radius of the head of the bolt (85).

(b) Put the bolts (85) through the holes in the pylon and the forward
engine mount (95).

(c) Install the nuts (120) on the bolts (85).

(d) Turn the nuts (120) until they lightly touch the surface of the
forward engine mount (95).

(e) Hold the nuts (120) and TORQUE the bolts (85) to between 88.49
and 132.74 lbf.ft (11.99 and 17.99 m.daN) or to the maximum
torque that a mechanic can apply with a standard torque wrench.
This is not the final torque for the bolts (85). You will apply
the final torque to the bolts (85) after you remove the engine
installation equipment.



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Subtask 71-00-00-080-054

E. Remove the removal/installation equipment of the engine

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU INSTALL THE CRADLE ON, OR REMOVE IT FROM,
_______
THE ENGINE. IF NOT, YOU CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE VIBRATION
SENSOR CONNECTOR. THE VIBRATION SENSOR CONNECTOR IS IN FRONT OF
THE FORWARD HANDLING POINT ON THE RIGHT SIDE.

(1) Put the pulley locking levers in down position and slightly release
the tension on the pulleys.

(2) Disconnect the engine cradle from the engine.

(3) Lower the engine cradle. Make sure that the engine cradle does not
hit the engine.

(4) When the engine cradle is on the trolley, lock the rollers to the
trolley chassis.

(5) Remove the bootstrap assembly as follows :


(Ref. Fig. 409/TASK 71-00-00-991-917)

(a) Remove the chain pulley blocks and the dynamometers from the rear
beam (9) and the forward hinge arms (4) and (5).

(b) Remove the two ball pins (8) then remove the rear beam (9) from
the pylon.

(c) Remove the ball pins (1) then remove the link (2).

(d) Remove the ball pins (3) and remove the forward hinge arms (4)
and (5).

(6) Release the left and right clamps (7) and remove the spacer and the
center hinge clamp (6) from the pyramid.

(7) Remove the hold open cowl braces:


(Ref. Fig. 402/TASK 71-00-00-991-911)

(a) Install the fan cowl and thrust reverser cowl hold open rods.

(b) Remove the hold open cowl braces.



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Subtask 71-00-00-420-098

F. TORQUE the forward mount bolts:


(Ref. Fig. 408/TASK 71-00-00-991-916)

(1) Put the retainers (125) over the heads of the nuts (120).

(2) Tighten the nuts (120) until the holes in the retainers (125) align
with the holes in the forward engine mount (95).

(3) Remove the retainers (125) from the nuts (120).

R (4) TORQUE the forward mount bolts using the CHEST, TORQUE SET - CFM56-5
ENGINE (98D71203002002).

CAUTION : DO NOT SET ON THE WRENCH THE TORQUE VALUE THAT FOLLOWS.
_______
THIS TORQUE VALUE IS APPLICABLE TO THE BOLT. IT DOES NOT
TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE DESIGN OF THE ADAPTOR. A COEFFICIENT
OF REDUCTION IS APPLIED TO CALCULATE THE TORQUE VALUE TO BE
SET ON THE WRENCH.

(a) Hold the nuts (120) and TORQUE the bolts (85) to between 320 and
350 lbf.ft (43.38 and 47.45 m.daN). Make sure the mating surface
of the forward engine mount (95) touches the pylon after you
torque the bolts.

NOTE : Use the adaptor P/N 98D71203002 208 to


____ TORQUE the bolt
- to between 301 and 329 lbf.ft (40.80 and 44.60 m.daN) if
you install the torque wrench on the adaptor with an
angle of 22.5
- to between 307 and 336 lbf.ft (41.62 and 45.55 m.daN) if
you install the torque wrench on the adaptor with an
angle of 67.5
(Ref. Fig. 411/TASK 71-00-00-991-925)

(5) Put the retainers (125) over the nuts (120) and install the retainers
(125) on the forward engine mount (95) with the washers (105 and
115), bolts (100), and nuts (110).

(6) TORQUE the bolts (100) to between 24.0 and 36.0 lbf.in (0.27 and 0.40
m.daN).

CAUTION : YOU CAN USE SAFETY CABLE OR SAFETY WIRE TO SAFETY THE
_______
BOLTS. YOU MUST INSTALL THE SAFETY WIRE OR THE CABLE
TIGHTLY. IF YOU DO NOT OBEY THIS PRECAUTION, DAMAGE TO THE
PYLON CAN OCCUR.



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(7) Safety of the bolts

(a) Safety each bolt (85) with safety cable 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia.,
AMS5689 or 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia. safetywire (Material No.
CP8002) or safetywire 0.047 in. (1.2 mm) dia., MS920995C047.

1
_ Use Safety Cable Terminator Tool for safety cable AMS5689.

NOTE : Safety cable terminator tool (BM series) Bergen Cable


____
Technology or DMC Safe-T-Cable Tool & Parts Kit,
Daniels Manufacturing Corporation are to be used.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 71-00-00-942-056

A. Remove the foam rubber protective pads from the upper part of the fan
case and from the engine mounts.

**ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-420-095

B. Installation of the Pressure Regulator Valve (PRV) Sense Line.

(1) Install the sense line between the bleed pressure regulator valve
(PRV) and the pylon interface (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-400-026).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,


301-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-410-094

C. Install these components:

CAUTION : USE 2 WRENCHES TO REMOVE OR INSTALL THE TUBE COUPLING NUTS:


_______
- ONE WRENCH TO HOLD THE UNION, AND
- ONE TO LOOSEN OR TIGHTEN THE COUPLING NUT.
THIS PREVENTS DAMAGE TO THE PARTS.


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(1) Install these components on the left side of the engine :
R

R (a) Connect the pylon interface duct to the pylon duct with the
coupling (65).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 406/TASK 71-00-00-991-915)

**ON A/C 151-152, 154-199, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,


301-399, 401-499,

R (b) TORQUE the coupling as follows:

1
_ TORQUE the coupling nut to the value shown on the coupling.

2
_ Lightly hit the coupling perimeter in different places with a
fiber hammer.

3
_ TORQUE the coupling again to the specified value.

4
_ Lightly hit the coupling perimeter again.

5
_ TORQUE the coupling again to the specified value.

R (c) Connect the pressure tube (70) to the union installed in the
upper high-pressure manifold duct (engine 1 only).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 406/TASK 71-00-00-991-915)

**ON A/C 151-152, 154-199, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)



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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499,

R (d) TORQUE the hose coupling to 100 lbf.in (1.13 m.daN).

R (e) Connect the sense tubes (75) and (80) to the pylon interface
tubes.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 406/TASK 71-00-00-991-915)

**ON A/C 151-152, 154-199, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,


301-399, 401-499,

R (f) TORQUE the tube coupling to between 100 and 125 lbf.in (1.13 and
1.41 m.daN).

R (g) Install a new gasket (15) and the main fuel supply hose (20) to
the fluid disconnect panel with the four bolts (25) and washers
(30).
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (h) TORQUE the four bolts (25) to between 65 and 85 lbf.in (0.73 and
0.96 m.daN). Safety with lockwire 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia.
(Material No. CP8001)

R (i) Install a new gasket (10) and the fuel/return by-pass hose (45)
to the fluid disconnect panel with the bolts (35) and washers
(40).
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (j) TORQUE the four bolts (35) to between 24 and 36 lbf.in (0.27 and
0.40 m.daN).

R (k) Connect the upper case drain hose (50) to the fluid disconnect
panel.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (l) TORQUE the hose coupling to between 215 and 245 lbf.in (2.42 and
2.76 m.daN).



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R (m) Connect the hydraulic pressure hose (55) to the fluid disconnect
panel.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (n) TORQUE the hose coupling to between 855 and 945 lbf.in (9.66 and
10.67 m.daN)

R (o) Connect the suction hose (60) coupling half to the fluid
R disconnect panel and tighten the coupling half handtight.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (p) Connect hose/tube (175) to the PRV interface.


(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (q) TORQUE the hose coupling to between 85 and 100 lbf.in (0.96 and
1.13 m.daN).

R (r) Connect the thrust reverser harness connector 4100KSA and 4100KSB
to electrical junction box. Tighten the connector fingertight
plus one-eighth turn with soft nose pliers .
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(2) Install these components on the right side of the engine:

(a) Connect the upper starter duct to the pylon duct with the
coupling (5).
(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913)

(b) TORQUE the coupling as follows:

1
_ TORQUE the coupling to between 70 and 80 lbf.in (0.79 and 0.90
m.daN).

2
_ Lightly hit the coupling perimeter in different places with a
fiber hammer.

3
_ TORQUE the coupling again to the specified value.

4
_ Lightly hit the coupling perimeter again.

5
_ TORQUE the coupling again to the specified value.



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(c) Connect the electrical connectors:

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE CONNECTORS ARE CORRECTLY LOCKED.


_______
IF THE CONNECTORS HAVE A LOCK DISPLAY WINDOW MAKE SURE
THAT YOU CAN SEE THE ORANGE OR RED COLOR IN THE WINDOW.
THIS SHOWS THAT THE CONNECTORS ARE CORRECTLY LOCKED.

1
_ Connect the electrical connectors 401VCA, 402VCA, 403VCA,
404VCA, 405VCA, 406VCA, 407VCA, 408VCA, 409VCA, 447VCA and
448VCA to the pylon junction box. Tighten the connectors
fingertight plus one-eighth turn with soft nose pliers.
(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913)

2
_ Connect the thrust reverser harness connector 4101KSA, 4101KSB
and 4102KSA to the thrust reverser hydraulic control unit.
Tighten the connectors fingertight plus one-eighth turn with
soft nose pliers.
(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913)

3
_ Put the clamp (10) on the harness for connector 4101KSB.

4
_ Attach the clamp (10) and the clamp (25) to the bracket on the
HCU with the screw (15) and nut (20).

5
_ TORQUE the nut (20) to between 20 and 25 lbf.in (0.22 and 0.28
m.daN).

6
_ Connect the generator harness connector 400VCA to the forward
pylon junction box.
(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913)

a
_ Do not clean the contacts with abrasive material.

b
_ Tighten the connector by hand until the orange (or red)
color is visible in the lock display (window).

7
_ Connect the electrical connectors 450VCA, 452VCA, 454VCA, and
457VCA to the aft pylon junction box Tighten the connectors
fingertight plus one-eighth turn with soft nose pliers.
(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 71-00-00-991-912)

8
_ Install the two clamps which attach the core harness to the
pylon.

NOTE : Make sure that you install the correct clamps on the
____
core harness. Two clamp sizes (diameter) can be found
depending on the core harness diameter.


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**ON A/C 153-153,

Subtask 71-00-00-410-094-A

C. Install these components:

CAUTION : USE 2 WRENCHES TO REMOVE OR INSTALL THE TUBE COUPLING NUTS:


_______
- ONE WRENCH TO HOLD THE UNION, AND
- ONE TO LOOSEN OR TIGHTEN THE COUPLING NUT.
THIS PREVENTS DAMAGE TO THE PARTS.

(1) Install these components on the left side of the engine :


R

R (a) Connect the pylon interface duct to the pylon duct with the
coupling (65).
(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)

R (b) TORQUE the coupling as follows:

1
_ TORQUE the coupling nut to the value shown on the coupling.

2
_ Lightly hit the coupling perimeter in different places with a
fiber hammer.

3
_ TORQUE the coupling again to the specified value.

4
_ Lightly hit the coupling perimeter again.

5
_ TORQUE the coupling again to the specified value.

R (c) Connect the pressure tube (70) to the union installed in the
upper high-pressure manifold duct (engine 1 only).
(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)

R (d) TORQUE the hose coupling to 100 lbf.in (1.13 m.daN).

R (e) Connect the sense tubes (75) and (80) to the pylon interface
tubes.
(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)

R (f) TORQUE the tube coupling to between 100 and 125 lbf.in (1.13 and
1.41 m.daN).



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R (g) Install a new gasket (15) and the main fuel supply hose (20) to
the fluid disconnect panel with the four bolts (25) and washers
(30).
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (h) TORQUE the four bolts (25) to between 65.0 and 85.0 lbf.in (0.73
and 0.96 m.daN). Safety the bolts with safetywire 0.032 in. (0.8
mm) dia. (Material No. CP8002) or safety cable 0.032 in. (0.8 mm)
dia..

R (i) Install a new gasket (10) and the fuel/return by-pass hose (45)
to the fluid disconnect panel with the bolts (35) and washers
(40).
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (j) TORQUE the four bolts (35) to between 24.0 and 36.0 lbf.in (0.27
and 0.40 m.daN). Safety the bolts with safetywire 0.032 in. (0.8
mm) dia. (Material No. CP8002) or safety cable 0.032 in. (0.8 mm)
dia..

R (k) Connect the upper case drain hose (50) to the fluid disconnect
panel.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (l) TORQUE the hose coupling to between 215 and 245 lbf.in (2.42 and
2.76 m.daN).

R (m) Connect the hydraulic pressure hose (55) to the fluid disconnect
panel.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (n) TORQUE the hose coupling to between 855 and 945 lbf.in (9.66 and
10.67 m.daN)

R (o) Connect the suction hose (60) coupling half to the fluid
R disconnect panel and tighten the coupling half handtight.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (p) Connect hose/tube (175) to the PRV interface.


(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (q) TORQUE the hose coupling to between 85 and 100 lbf.in (0.96 and
1.13 m.daN).



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R (r) Connect the thrust reverser harness connector 4100KSA and 4100KSB
to electrical junction box. Tighten the connector fingertight
plus one-eighth turn with soft nose pliers .
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(2) Install these components on the right side of the engine:

(a) Connect the upper starter duct to the pylon duct with the
coupling (5).
(Ref. Fig. 404A/TASK 71-00-00-991-913-A)

(b) TORQUE the coupling as follows:

1
_ TORQUE the coupling to between 70 and 80 lbf.in (0.79 and 0.90
m.daN).

2
_ Lightly hit the coupling perimeter in different places with a
fiber hammer.

3
_ TORQUE the coupling again to the specified value.

4
_ Lightly hit the coupling perimeter again.

5
_ TORQUE the coupling again to the specified value.

(c) Connect the electrical connectors:

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE CONNECTORS ARE CORRECTLY LOCKED.


_______
IF THE CONNECTORS HAVE A LOCK DISPLAY WINDOW MAKE SURE
THAT YOU CAN SEE THE ORANGE OR RED COLOR IN THE WINDOW.
THIS SHOWS THAT THE CONNECTORS ARE CORRECTLY LOCKED.

1
_ Connect the electrical connectors 401VCA, 402VCA, 403VCA,
404VCA, 405VCA, 406VCA, 407VCA, 408VCA, 409VCA, 447VCA and
448VCA to the pylon junction box. Tighten the connectors
fingertight plus one-eighth turn with soft nose pliers.
(Ref. Fig. 404A/TASK 71-00-00-991-913-A)

2
_ Connect the thrust reverser harness connector 4101KSA, 4101KSB
and 4102KSA to the thrust reverser hydraulic control unit.
Tighten the connectors fingertight plus one-eighth turn with
soft nose pliers.
(Ref. Fig. 404A/TASK 71-00-00-991-913-A)

3
_ Put the harness for connector 4101KSB in the clip on the
Hydraulic Control Unit (HCU).



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4
_ Connect the generator harness connector 400VCA to the forward
pylon junction box.
(Ref. Fig. 404A/TASK 71-00-00-991-913-A)

a
_ Do not clean the contacts with abrasive material.

b
_ Tighten the connector by hand until the orange (or red)
color is visible in the lock display (window).

5
_ Connect the electrical connectors 450VCA, 452VCA, 454VCA, and
457VCA to the aft pylon junction box Tighten the connectors
fingertight plus one-eighth turn with soft nose pliers.
(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 71-00-00-991-912)

6
_ Install the two clamps which attach the core harness to the
pylon.

NOTE : Make sure that you install the correct clamps on the
____
core harness. Two clamp sizes (diameter) can be found
depending on the core harness diameter.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-410-095

D. Close access

(1) Check the High Pressure bleed and Pressure Regulating Valves
configuration.

NOTE : Make sure that HP bleed and pressure regulating valves are not
____
mechanically locked and can operate freely.

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

(3) Remove the adhesive tape from the fan duct panels.

(4) Install the access panels :


FOR 1000EM1
473AL, 473AR
FOR 1000EM2
483AL, 483AR

PRE SPIB CFM02253MW1



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(5) Install the fuel overboard drain tube at the rear of the drain mast.
(Ref. Fig. 407/TASK 71-00-00-991-929)

(a) Remove the protective covers fromn the tubes.

(b) Connect the drain tube (150) the CFMI tube. Do not torque the
coupling nut at this time.

(c) Connect the drain tube (150) to the bracket on the transfer
gearbox with the clamp (165), the bolt (155), and the nut (160).

(d) Attach the drain tube (150) to the bracket at the bottom of the
transfer gearbox with the bolt (170), the spacer (180) and the
nut (185).

(e) Make sure that the drain tube (150) is aligned correctly on the
engine.

(f) TORQUE the nuts (160) and (185) to between 20 and 25 lbf.in (0.22
and 0.28 m.daN).

(g) Torque the drain tube.

CAUTION : USE 2 WRENCHES TO REMOVE OR INSTALL THE TUBE COUPLING


_______
NUTS:
- ONE WRENCH TO HOLD THE UNION, AND
- ONE TO LOOSEN OR TIGHTEN THE COUPLING NUT.
THIS PREVENTS DAMAGE TO THE PARTS.

1
_ TORQUE the drain tube (150) coupling nut to between 200 and
250 lbf.in (2.26 and 2.82 m.daN).

END OF PRE SPIB CFM02253MW1

POST SPIB CFM02253MW1

(6) Not applicable

END OF SPIB CFM02253MW1

Subtask 71-00-00-869-217

E. Check Electrical bonding.

(1) Measure the resistance value (Ohmic) (Ref. TASK 20-28-00-720-005).


Make sure that the resistance between the engine and the pylon is not
more than 1.5 milliohms.



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Subtask 71-00-00-820-071

F. Do the adjustment of the LH or RH thrust reverser J ring (Ref. TASK 78-
36-42-820-002).

Subtask 71-00-00-820-072

G. Do the adjustment of the thrust reverser half door latches (Ref. TASK 78-
36-41-820-042).

Subtask 71-00-00-820-080

H. Do the check of the adjustment of the thrust reverser half door latches
(Ref. TASK 78-36-41-820-043).

Subtask 71-00-00-440-068

J. Make the thrust reverser serviceable (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-081-041).

Subtask 71-00-00-612-052

K. Do a check of the oil levels

(1) Make sure that the IDG oil level is correct (Ref. TASK 24-21-00-210-
046).

(2) Make sure that the starter oil level is correct.

(3) Make sure that the oil tank level is correct (Ref. TASK 12-13-79-610-
002).

Subtask 71-00-00-614-051

L. Do the hydraulic maintenance procedure after an engine installation:


FOR 1000EM1
- (Ref. TASK 29-11-51-860-040) for the Green Hydraulic System and
FOR 1000EM2
- (Ref. TASK 29-13-51-860-001) for the Yellow Hydraulic System.

Subtask 71-00-00-942-057

M. Remove the access platform(s).



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Subtask 71-00-00-410-096

N. Close the thrust reverser cowl doors : (Ref. TASK 78-36-00-410-040)


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

Subtask 71-00-00-865-090

P. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
1DA1, 1DA2, 2DA1, 2DA2, 2DA3, 3DA1, 3DA2, 3DA3, 4DA1, 4DA2, 4DA3, 5DA1,
5DA2, 5DA3, 1DB1, 4DG1, 4DG2, 1JH, 1WE1, 2WE1, 1WE2, 2WE2, 7TU, 2RK, 4RK
FOR 1000EM1
2KS1, 4KS1, 2JH1, 3JH1, 7WD1, 8WD1, 2XU1, 1DN1, 1QG, 3QG
FOR 1000EM2
2KS2, 4KS2, 2JH2, 3JH2, 7WD2, 8WD2, 2XU2, 1DN2, 3801GX, 3802GX, 3803GX,
2QG, 4QG

Subtask 71-00-00-942-058

Q. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Remove the warning notice(s).

(2) On the panel 114VU remove the locking tool from the flap and slat
control lever.

Subtask 71-00-00-861-074

R. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

Subtask 71-00-00-869-187

S. Do the EIS start procedure (upper and lower ECAM DU s only) (Ref. TASK
31-60-00-860-001).

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-199, 201-210,

Subtask 71-00-00-740-053

T. Enter the engine hours and cycles data into the DMU for the installed
engine (Ref. TASK 31-36-00-740-005).



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R **ON A/C 106-149, 211-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,

R Subtask 71-00-00-740-053-A

R T. Enter the engine hours and cycles data into the FDIMU for the installed
R engine (Ref. TASK 31-36-00-740-014).

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-720-054-A

U. Do the tests

(1) On the left or right MCDU, do this check:

(a) Get access to the screen of the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST ENG (Ref. TASK
31-32-00-860-012)

(b) Push the line key adjacent to the FADEC 1(2) A(B): The ENGINE
MAIN MENU page comes into view.

(c) Do a functional test of the ECU (Ref. TASK 73-21-60-720-040).

(d) Read the LRU IDENTIFICATION Report of the engine 1(2) (Ref. TASK
73-21-60-740-006).

NOTE : The LRU identification check is only required on one


____
channel of the ECU A or B.

1
_ Push the line key adjacent to the LRU IDENT indication:
CHANNEL A(B) page comes into view.

2
_ Read the data that comes on the MCDU screen and check for
consistency with the actual engine configuration:

a
_ Engine thrust rating and type:
- These inputs are available on the engine name plate.

NOTE : The engine thrust rating must be the same as on


____
opposite engine and consistent with the Aircraft
Model.

b
_ LRU PART NO (ECU Part Number):
- The P/N is available on the ECU identification plate.



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c
_ N1 TRIM:
- The N1 trim level (0 through 7) is available on the
engine name plate.

d
_ BUMP option: must read N.

e
_ If OVERBOOST is displayed on the screen: must read N.

f
_ PMUX option:
- PMUX engine (4 hoses connected to the ECU) must read Y
- Non PMUX engine (2 hoses connected to the ECU) must read
N.

g
_ If CONFIG is displayed on the screen:
- RACSB applies to CFM56-5BX non/P equipped with a RACSB
Valve

3
_ Do the entry of the ENGINE Serial Number through the MCDU
menu according to instructions of the procedure (Ref. TASK 73-
21-60-740-008)

NOTE : For CFM56-5B-non/P: if a pre Service Bulletin 72-215


____
engine identification connector is installed (P/N
320-XXX-XXX-0), the ESN (Engine Serial Number) is
automatically entered into the ECU memory.

a
_ Make sure the ENGINE S/N displayed on the screen is the
same as the one written on the Engine name plate.

4
_ Check that the TRSOV installation status matches the
aircraft configuration.

a
_ Y must be displayed if the thrust reverser shut-off valve
is installed.

b
_ N must be displayed if the thrust reverser shut-off valve
is not installed.

c
_ Change the installation status through the MCDU menu if
required according to instructions of the procedure
(Ref. TASK 73-21-60-740-006).

(e) If you operate the aircraft in actual CAT III conditions, do


these tests:
- Make sure that there is no CAT 3 DUAL INOP message on the lower
ECAM DU with FADEC GND PWR 1 & 2 pushbutton switches



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(maintenance panel 50VU) pushed (ON legends on) and 3 IR S
aligned (Ref. TASK 34-10-00-860-004)
- Do the operational test of the LAND CAT III Capability
(Ref. TASK 22-97-00-710-001).

Subtask 71-00-00-710-129

V. Do an operational test:

(1) Do an operational test of the FADEC with engine motoring (Ref. TASK
73-29-00-710-040)

(a) Do an operational test of the hydraulic pump during the FADEC


test:
FOR 1000EM1
(Ref. TASK 29-11-00-710-001)
FOR 1000EM2
(Ref. TASK 29-13-00-710-002)

(2) Do a check for leaks on the hydraulic and fuel lines.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

Subtask 71-00-00-710-133

W. Do an operational test:

(1) Do an operational test of the thrust reverser system (Ref. TASK 78-
31-00-710-042).

NOTE : As an alternative procedure you can do this operational test


____
without the CFDS.

(2) Start the engine 1(2) (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-003).

(3) Do an operational test of the ice protection of the engine air intake
(Ref. TASK 30-21-00-710-002).

(4) Do a minimum idle check and a check for leaks (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-
710-006).



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(5) Do a check of the IDG system as follows:

(a) On the lower ECAM DU select the ELEC page.

(b) Make sure that the frequency and voltage indications are correct
with engine running.

(6) Do a leak check of the fuel return valve (Ref. TASK 73-11-50-360-002)
to make sure that there are no leaks at pylon connection.

(7) Stop the engine (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).

**ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-710-133-A

W. Do an operational test:

(1) Do an operational test of the thrust reverser system (Ref. TASK 78-
31-00-710-042).

NOTE : As an alternative procedure you can do this operational test


____
without the CFDS.

(2) Start the engine 1(2) (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-003).

(3) Do an operational test of the ice protection of the engine air intake
(Ref. TASK 30-21-00-710-002).

(4) Do a minimum idle check and a check for leaks (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-
710-006).

(5) Make sure that the IDG is connected:

(a) If the IDG is not connected, make sure that the maintenance
message IDG1(2) (E1(2)-4000XU) RECONFIG is shown on the EPGS
GROUND REPORT page.

1
_ Make sure that the related GCU is energized.

2
_ Reset the GCU:
- On the ELEC control panel 35VU, release (OFF) then push the
related ELEC/GEN pushbutton switch 3XU.



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3
_ On the ELEC page of the lower ECAM DU, make sure that the line
connection between the IDG1(2) and the related busbar is shown
green. Make sure that the frequency and voltage indications
are correct.

(b) If the IDG1(2) is not connected after the GCU reset, do a check
for other maintenance messages related to the IDG.

(6) Do a leak check of the fuel return valve (Ref. TASK 73-11-50-360-002)
to make sure that there are no leaks at pylon connection.

(7) Stop the engine (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-410-097

X. Close the fan cowl doors: (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-040)


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

Subtask 71-00-00-820-052

Y. Do the adjustment/test of the fan cowl doors (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-800-


041).



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Subtask 71-00-00-710-134

Z. Do the tests as follows:

(1) Start the engine 1(2) (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-003).

(2) Do this test:


PRESSURE REGULATING VALVE AND HIGH PRESSURE BLEED VALVE CHECK

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the lower ECAM DU select the


BLEED page

2. On the panel 30VU release the AIR - On the AIR COND PACK 1(2) pushbutton
COND PACK 1(2) pushbutton switch switch, the OFF legend comes on

3. On the panel 30VU confirm that - On the APU BLEED pushbutton switch
the APU bleed is closed the ON legend is off

4. On the panel 30VU release the ENG - On the ENG 1(2) BLEED pushbutton
1(2) BLEED pushbutton switch switch the OFF legend comes on
- On the lower ECAM DU the PRV and HP
valves are shown closed

5. On the panel 30VU push the ENG - On the ENG 1(2) pushbutton switch,
1(2) BLEED pushbutton switch the OFF legend goes off
- On the lower ECAM DU the PRV and HP
valves are shown open

6. Slowly move the throttle control - On the lower ECAM DU, the HP valve
lever to increase power above closes above idle
idle

7. Slowly move the throttle control - On the lower ECAM DU, the HP valve
lever to decrease power to idle opens at idle

8. On the panel 30VU push the AIR - On the AIR COND PACK 1(2) pushbutton
COND PACK 1(2) pushbutton switch switch, the OFF legend goes off

(3) Do a power assurance check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-008).

NOTE : A power assurance check is not necessary if:


____
- the engine was tested and accepted in an approved test cell,
or,



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- the engine was previously removed for convenience or time
staggering,
- the engine was removed for a turbine rear frame replacement.

(4) Do a vibration check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-009).

NOTE : A vibration check is not necessary if:


____
- the engine was tested and accepted in an approved test cell,
or,
- the engine was previously removed for convenience or time
staggering.

(5) Do an accel check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-025).

NOTE : An accel check is not necessary if:


____
- the engine was tested and accepted in an approved test cell,
or,
- the engine was previously removed for convenience or time
staggering,
- the engine was removed for a turbine rear frame replacement.

(6) Do a functional test of the IDG disconnect system (Ref. TASK 24-21-
00-720-041).

(7) Stop the engine (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).



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TASK 71-00-00-400-042- 01

Installation of the Power Plant with the Engine Positioner TWW 75E (MIAG)

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE THE CORRECT FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
_______
AVAILABLE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
_______
GEAR.

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 ALL THE CIRCUITS IN MAINTENANCE ARE ISOLATED BEFORE
_______
YOU SUPPLY ELECTRICAL POWER TO THE AIRCRAFT.

CAUTION : DO A CHECK OF THE ENGINE DATA PLATE TO MAKE SURE THAT THE ENGINE IS
_______
CORRECT FOR THE AIRCARFT.
IF YOU INSTALL AN ENGINE THAT DOES NOT HAVE THE CORRECT CONFIGURATION
FOR THE AIRCRAFT.
- DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT CAN OCCUR IF YOU OPERATE THE ENGINE. - THE TEST
AFTER THE INSTALLATION WILL TELL YOU THE ENGINE CONFIGURATION IS NOT
CORRECT AND MORE WORK WILL BE NECESSARY.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This task gives the information for the installation of the Power Plant.
The power plant can be installed in particular configuration. It is
permitted to install the power plant with or without the air intake cowl
installed.

NOTE : Engine and Nacelle are 2-way interchangeable but with conditions
____
(Refer to AI SIL 71-037).



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2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific dynamometer
No specific foam rubber protective pads
No specific safety cable 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia.
No specific safety cable 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia., AMS5689
No specific safetywire 0.047 in. (1.2 mm) dia., MS920995C047
No specific soft nose pliers
No specific warning notice
No specific Safety Cable Terminator Tool
No specific access platform 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 15.00 to 150.00 lbf.ft
(2.00 to 20.00 m.daN)
No specific Torque Wrench : range 120.00 to 600.00 lbf.ft
(15.00 to 82.00 m.daN)
R No specific Torque Wrench : range 0.00 to 50.00 lbf.in
R (0.00 to 0.56 m.daN)
R
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)
TWW75E 1 ENGINE POSITIONER
98D27803500001 1 TOOL-ZERO LOCKING, FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER
R 98D71203002002 1 CHEST, TORQUE SET - CFM56-5 ENGINE


R

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B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. CP1008 *


trichloroethylene (1,1,1) (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. CP5063 *
silicone lubricant (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. CP8002 *
0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia. safetywire (Ref. 70-30-00)
Material No. CP8002 *
safetywire 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia. (Ref. 70-30-00)

C. Expendable Parts

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

10 gasket 73-11-48 01A-030


15 gasket 73-11-11 01A-070

D. Referenced Information

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

12-13-79-610-002 Check oil level and replenish Check Pop Out Indicator
of EMCD (Electrical Master Chip Detector)
20-28-00-720-005 Check of the Electrical Bonding of the Different
Components (But not the Fluid Systems and the
Components Installed on Composite materials)
22-97-00-710-001 Operational Test of the LAND CAT III Capability
24-21-00-210-046 Check of the Oil Level and Oil-Filter
Differential-Pressure Indicator (DPI)
24-21-00-720-041 Operational Test of the IDG Disconnect and Reconnect
(Reset) Function - Engine in Operation
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
30-21-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Engine Air Intake Ice
Protection (with the Engines in operation)
31-32-00-860-012 Procedure to Get Access to the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST/ENG
Page


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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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31-36-00-740-005 Update of the Engine Hours and Cycles in the DMU


after Engine or DMU Replacement
R 31-36-00-740-014 Update of the Engine Hours and Cycles in the FDIMU
R (10TV)
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
34-10-00-860-004 IR Alignment Procedure
36-11-49-400-026 Installation of the Sense Line between the Bleed
Pressure-Regulator Valve (PRV) and the Pylon
Interface
71-00-00-710-003 Engine Automatic Start
71-00-00-710-006 Minimum Idle Check
71-00-00-710-008 Power Assurance Check
71-00-00-710-009 Vibration Check
71-00-00-710-025 Accel Check
71-00-00-710-028 Engine Shutdown
71-13-00-010-040 Opening of the Fan Cowl Doors
71-13-00-410-040 Closing of the Fan Cowl Doors
71-13-00-800-041 Adjustment of the Fan Cowl Doors
71-21-11-210-040 Detailed Visual Inspection of the Forward Engine
Mount with the Engine Installed
71-22-11-210-042 Detailed Inspection of Aft Engine Mount Installation
with the Engine Installed
73-11-50-360-002 Leak Check and Functional Test of the Fuel Return
Valve
73-21-60-720-040 Functional Test of the Electronic Control Unit (ECU)
73-21-60-740-006 Read the LRU Identification Report and the Thrust
Reverser Shut-off Valve Status
73-21-60-740-008 Entry of the Engine Serial Number Through MCDU
73-29-00-710-040 Operational Test of the FADEC on the Ground (with
Engine Motoring)
78-30-00-081-041 Make the Thrust Reverser Serviceable after
Maintenance
78-30-00-481-041 Make the Thrust Reverser Unserviceable for
Maintenance
78-31-00-710-042 Operational Test of the Thrust Reverser System
78-36-00-010-040 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Doors
78-36-00-410-040 Closing of the Thrust Reverser Doors
78-36-41-820-042 Adjustment of the Thrust Reverser Half Door Latches
78-36-42-820-002 Adjustment of the LH or R/H Thrust Reverser J Ring
on Wing
ESPM 20-48-23
ESPM 20-48-24
SIL 73-019



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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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SPM 703213
SPM 703223
71-00-00-991-912 Fig. 403

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,


301-399, 401-499,

71-00-00-991-913 Fig. 404

**ON A/C 153-153,

71-00-00-991-913-A Fig. 404A

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

71-00-00-991-914 Fig. 405

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,

71-00-00-991-915 Fig. 406

**ON A/C 151-199, 401-499,

71-00-00-991-915-A Fig. 406A

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

71-00-00-991-929 Fig. 407


71-00-00-991-925 Fig. 411
FOR FIN 1000EM1
29-11-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Green Hydraulic System
29-11-51-860-040 Hydraulic Maintenance Procedure After an Engine
Installation (With Engine Pump Installed) or After an
Engine Pump Installation
FOR FIN 1000EM2
29-13-00-710-002 Operational Test of the Yellow Hydraulic System



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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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29-13-51-860-001 Hydraulic Maintenance Procedure After an Engine


Installation (With Engine Pump Installed) or After an
Engine Pump Installation

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 71-00-00-865-120

A. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) open, safetied and
tagged

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU ENGINE/1 AND 2/IGN/SYS A 1JH A03
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/AOA/1 4DA1 D04
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/1 2DA1 D03
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PITOT/1 3DA1 D02
49VU COM/CVR/SPLY 2RK E14
49VU COM/CVR/CTL 4RK E13

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-052, 054-056, 058-059, 061-099, 101-101, 103-149,


151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
Post SB 30-1037 For A/C 001-049,051-052,054-056,

49VU ANTI ICE/RAIN/RPLNT/CAPT 1DB1 D01

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

121VU RCDR/DFDR 7TU K16


121VU ENGINE/ENG1 AND 2 FIRE EXTIG/BTL1/SQUIB/B 2WE1 Q44
121VU ENGINE/ENG1 AND 2 FIRE EXTIG/BTL1/SQUIB/A 1WE1 Q43
121VU ENGINE/ENG1 AND 2 FIRE EXTIG/BTL2/SQUIB/B 2WE2 Q42
121VU ENGINE/ENG1 AND 2 FIRE EXTIG/BTL2/SQUIB/A 1WE2 Q41
122VU ANTI ICE/WINDOWS/R 4DG2 W14
122VU ANTI ICE/WINDOWS/L 4DG1 X14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/3 2DA3 Y16
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/TAT 1DA2 Y15
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/PITOT 3DA2 Y14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/AOA 4DA2 Y13
R 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/2 2DA2 Y12
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/STATIC 5DA2 Y11
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/PITOT 3DA3 Z16
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/AOA 4DA3 Z15
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/STATIC 5DA3 Z14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/STATIC 5DA1 Z13
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/TAT 1DA1 Z12



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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
**ON A/C 001-049, 051-052, 054-056, 058-059, 061-099, 101-101, 103-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
Post SB 30-1037 For A/C 001-049,051-052,054-056,

122VU ANTI ICE/RAIN/RPLNT/F/O 1DB2 W11

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

FOR 1000EM1
49VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT1/ENG1 1QG A08
49VU ENGINE/1/FIRE DET/LOOP A 7WD1 A06
49VU ENGINE/1/FADEC A/AND EIU 1 2KS1 A04
121VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT2/ENG1 3QG M25
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG1/SYS B 3JH1 P41
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG1/SYS A BAT 2JH1 P39
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/FIRE DET/LOOP B 8WD1 Q38
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/FADEC B/AND EIU 1 4KS1 R41
122VU ELEC/GCU/1 2XU1 T26
122VU ANTI ICE/ENG/1 1DN1 X10
FOR 1000EM2
49VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT1/ENG2 2QG A09
49VU ENGINE/2/FIRE DET/LOOP B 8WD2 A07
49VU ENGINE/2/FADEC A/AND EIU 2 2KS2 A05
121VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT2/ENG2 4QG M26
121VU HYDRAULIC/HYD POWER/Y 3803GX N30
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG2/SYS B 3JH2 P42
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG2/SYS A BAT 2JH2 P40
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FADEC B 4KS2 Q40
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FIRE DET/LOOP A 7WD2 Q39
122VU ELEC/GCU/2 2XU2 T27
122VU ANTI ICE/ENG/2 1DN2 W10
123VU Y HYD/ELEC/PUMP 3802GX AB06
123VU Y HYD/ELEC/ELEC PUMP/NORM 3801GX AB03



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Subtask 71-00-00-860-120

B. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

NOTE : Make sure that the ECU standard and/or engine model agrees with
____
the Aircraft configuration. Refer to (Ref. SIL 73-019).

(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.

(4) Make sure that the slats are retracted and install TOOL-ZERO LOCKING,
FLAP SLAT CTL LEVER (98D27803500001) on the flap and slat control
lever.

(5) Make sure there is a warning notice on the HP ground connector to


tell persons not to pressurize the pneumatic system.

Subtask 71-00-00-010-132

C. Get Access

(1) Make sure that the fan cowl doors are open: (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-
040)
FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
447AL, 448AR

(2) Make sure that the thrust reverser doors are open: (Ref. TASK 78-36-
00-010-040)
FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR

Subtask 71-00-00-040-081

D. Make sure that the thrust reverser is unserviceable (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-
481-041).



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Subtask 71-00-00-210-073

E. Check before installation

CAUTION : DO A DETAILED VISUAL INSPECTION OF THE FORWARD AND AFT ENGINE


_______
MOUNTS AND ALL PARTS THAT ATTACH THE MOUNTS. THE PARTS MUST BE
IN GOOD CONDITION. IF THE PARTS ARE NOT IN GOOD CONDITION THE
MOUNT COULD FAIL.

(1) Do a detailed visual inspection of the forward and aft engine mount
(Ref. TASK 71-21-11-210-040) and (Ref. TASK 71-22-11-210-042).

(2) Do a detailed visual inspection of the forward central part (the


snout) of the forward engine mount (Ref. TASK 71-21-11-210-040).

(3) Do a check of the cowling for correct condition.

(4) Do a check of the electrical connectors of the aft and forward


junction boxes for correct condition.

(5) Do a check of the visible part of the pylon for correct condition.

(6) Do a pin retention check of the sockets (Ref. ESPM 20-48-23) (CANNON)
and (Ref. ESPM 20-48-24) (FRAMATONE-former SOURIAU).
- Use a dynamometer, the CANNON value is 1.2 daN (2.7 lbf) minimum
R and the FRAMATONE (former SOURIAU) value is 2.8 daN (6.3 lbf) for
R NEW sockets and 2.2 daN (4.9lbf) for OLD sockets, in accordance
R with pin/socket type used. Do not clean the contacts with abrasive
R material.

Subtask 71-00-00-110-055

F. Clean bolts (85) and (135), nuts (120) and (155) with trichloroethylene
(1,1,1) (Material No. CP1008).

Subtask 71-00-00-210-074

G. Make sure that there are no signs of important seizure or wear.

Subtask 71-00-00-230-052

R H. Inspection of the bolt, the washers and the retainers.

R (1) Do a fluorescent penetrant inspection level 3 of the mount bolts. No


R cracks are permitted. See CFMI standard Practices Manual (Ref. SPM
703213) and (Ref. SPM 703223).

NOTE : FPI is not usefull for new bolt.


____

R (2) Examine the washer and the retainer for signs of damage. If there are
R scratches, marks and/or other damage, reject them.



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Subtask 71-00-00-110-056

J. Carefully clean the mating faces, the shear or locating pin holes and the
fastener holes.

Subtask 71-00-00-869-275

K. If some equipment is not installed on the new engine, remove it from the
removed engine. Then install it on the new engine.

Subtask 71-00-00-941-107

L. Put foam rubber protective pads between:


- The aft mount and the engine
- Forward mount and engine
- And at the upper part of the fan case so that the parts cannot hit
during hoisting operations.

(1) At the half upper part of the fan frame, seal the fan duct panels
with adhesive tape.

Subtask 71-00-00-010-133

M. If installed, remove the fuel overboard drain tube at the rear of the
drain mast.
(Ref. Fig. 407/TASK 71-00-00-991-929)

(1) Disconnect the fuel overboard drain tube (150) from the CFMI tube.

(2) Remove the bolt (155), the nut (160) and the clamp (165) that attach
the drain tube (150) to the bracket on the transfer gearbox.

(3) Remove the bolt (170), the spacer (180) and the nut (185) that attach
the drain tube (150) to the bracket at the bottom of the transfer
gearbox.

(4) Remove the drain tube (150) from the engine.

(5) Put protective covers on the tubes.



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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 71-00-00-480-069

A. Installation of the Engine Positioner TWW 75E

(1) Use the right joystick to install the ENGINE POSITIONER (TWW75E), the
engine cradle and the replacement engine under the pylon.

(2) Make sure, as per the load page, that the corect values are preset
for forward and aft preset loads and preloads.

(3) Use the left joystick to lift the engine positioner and make the
necessary movements to mate the engine mounts. Make sure that
clearance is correct between the aft edge of the fan case and the
leading edge of the reversers.

(4) Monitor the engine when you put it in position.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE BLADES OF THE THRUST REVERSER R1 HINGE
_______
FITTING ARE IN THE CORRECT POSITION IN THE V-GROOVE OF THE
ADAPTOR RING ASSEMBLY.

(a) When the distance between the engine mounts and the pylon mounts
is 10 mm (0.3937 in.) approximately, slowly lift the engine.
Engage the front and rear locating pins at the same time.

(b) Continue to lift the engine slowly.

NOTE : Make sure that the engine mounts touch the pylon mounts.
____

(c) Lift the engine cradle gradually until the forward and aft mating
loads are 300 daN. Then install the mount bolts as follows.

Subtask 71-00-00-640-052

B. Apply a thin layer of silicone lubricant (Material No. CP5063) to the


threads of the engine mount bolts (85) and (135) the washers (90) and
(140) and the nuts (120) and (155).



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Subtask 71-00-00-869-276

C. Do a test of the nuts used on the forward and aft engine mounts to make
sure the self-locking property works correctly.

(1) Forward engine mount nuts.

(a) Put the washers (90) under the head of the bolts (85).

(b) Install the bolts (85) through holes in the pylon and the forward
mount.

(c) Install the nuts (120) on the bolts (85).

(d) Tighten the nuts by hand until they are hard to turn.

NOTE : Make sure that the nuts are correctly threaded on the
____
bolts.

(e) Use a torque wrench to tighten the nuts (120) until at least two
full threads show beyond the nut.

(f) Measure the torque required to tighten the bolt (85). The minimum
torque should not be less than 70 lbf.in (0.79 m.daN). The
maximum torque should not be more than 600 lbf.in (6.78 m.daN).

(g) If the bolt (85) torque is less than 70 lbf.in (0.79 m.daN),
replace the nut (120) and do steps (a) thru (f) again.

(h) If the bolt (85) torque is more than 600 lbf.in (6.78 m.daN),
remove the bolt and nut and look for damaged threads. If the
threads are damaged, replace the bolt and nut and do steps (a)
thru (g) again.

(2) Aft engine mount nuts.

(a) Put the bolts (135) in the barrel nuts (155).

(b) Tighten the bolts by hand until they are hard to turn.

NOTE : Make sure that the nuts are correctly threaded on the
____
bolts.

(c) Use a torque wrench to tighten the bolts (135) until at least two
full threads show beyond the nut.



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(d) Measure the torque required to tighten the bolts (135). The
minimum torque should not be less than 90 lbf.in (1.01 m.daN).
The maximum torque should not be more than 800 lbf.in (9.04
m.daN).

(e) If the bolt (135) torque is less than 90 lbf.in (1.01 m.daN),
replace the barrel nut (155) and do steps (a) thru (d) again.

(f) If the bolt torque is more than 800 lbf.in (9.04 m.daN), remove
the bolt and nut and look for damaged threads. If the threads are
damaged, replace the bolt and nut and do steps (a) thru (d)
again.

Subtask 71-00-00-420-086

D. Installation of the engine mounts:

(1) At the aft mount:

CAUTION : INSTALL THE BARREL NUT WITH THE ROUNDED SIDE UP. IF NOT,
_______
DAMAGE TO THE BARREL NUT CAN OCCUR.

(a) Put the barrel nuts (155), with the rounded side up, and
retainers (150) in the aft engine mount (145).

(b) Installation of the washers

CAUTION : THE INNER DIAMETER OF THE WASHER HAS A CHAMFER ON ONE


_______
SIDE ONLY. YOU MUST PUT THE CHAMFER AGAINST THE HEAD OF
THE BOLT SO THAT IT AGREES WITH THE RADIUS OF THE HEAD
OF THE BOLT. INCORRECT INSTALLATION OF THE WASHER CAN
DAMAGE THE HEAD OF THE BOLT.

1
_ Put the washers (140) on the bolts (135) so the chamfer of the
washer (140) agrees with the radius of the head of the bolt
(135).

(c) Put the bolts (135) through the holes in the pylon and the aft
engine mount (145).

(d) Install the bolts (135) in to the barrel nuts (155).



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R (e) TORQUE the aft mount bolt using the CHEST, TORQUE SET - CFM56-5
R ENGINE (98D71203002002).

R CAUTION : DO NOT SET ON THE WRENCH THE TORQUE VALUE THAT FOLLOWS.
_______
R THIS TORQUE VALUE IS APPLICABLE TO THE BOLT. IT DOES
R NOT TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE DESIGN OF THE ADAPTOR. A
R COEFFICIENT OF REDUCTION IS APPLIED TO CALCULATE THE
R TORQUE VALUE TO BE SET ON THE WRENCH.

R 1
_ TORQUE the bolt (135) to between 480 and 580 lbf.ft (65.07 and
R 78.63 m.daN). Make sure the mating surface of the aft engine
R mount (165) touches the pylon after you torque the bolts.

R NOTE : Use the adaptor P/N 98D71203002 208 to TORQUE the bolt
____
R - to between 451 and 545 lbf.ft (61.14 and 73.89 m.daN)
R if you install the torque wrench on the adaptor with
R an angle of 22.5
R - to between 461 and 557 lbf.ft (62.50 and 75.51 m.daN)
R if you install the torque wrench on the adaptor with
R an angle of 67.5
R
R (Ref. Fig. 411/TASK 71-00-00-991-925)
R

(f) Safety of the bolts

R CAUTION : YOU CAN USE SAFETY CABLE OR SAFETY WIRE TO SAFETY THE
_______
R BOLTS. YOU MUST INSTALL THE SAFETY WIRE OR THE CABLE
R TIGHTLY. IF YOU DO NOT OBEY THIS PRECAUTION, DAMAGE TO
R THE PYLON CAN OCCUR.

1
_ Safety each bolt (135) with safety cable 0.032 in. (0.8 mm)
dia., AMS5689 or 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia. safetywire (Material
No. CP8002) or safetywire 0.047 in. (1.2 mm) dia.,
MS920995C047.

a
_ Use Safety Cable Terminator Tool for safety cable AMS5689.

NOTE : Safety cable terminator tool (BM series) Bergen


____
Cable Technology or DMC Safe-T-Cable Tool & Parts
Kit, Daniels Manufacturing Corporation are to be
used.

NOTE : When you use safety cable at aft mount, you must
____
install filler washer to avoid ferrule to go through
the aft mount beam hole.


R

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(2) At the forward mount:

CAUTION : THE INNER DIAMETER OF THE WASHER HAS A CHAMFER ON ONE SIDE
_______
ONLY. YOU MUST PUT THE CHAMFER AGAINST THE HEAD OF THE BOLT
SO THAT IT AGREES WITH THE RADIUS OF THE HEAD OF THE BOLT.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION OF THE WASHER CAN DAMAGE THE HEAD OF
THE BOLT.

(a) Put the washers (90) on the bolts (85) so the chamfer of the
washer (90) agrees with the radius of the head of the bolt (85).

(b) Put the bolts (85) through the holes in the pylon and the forward
engine mount (95).

(c) Install the nuts (120) on the bolts (85).

(d) Turn the nuts (120) until they lightly touch the surface of the
forward engine mount (95).

(e) Hold the nuts (120) and TORQUE the bolts (85) to between 88.49
and 132.74 lbf.ft (11.99 and 17.99 m.daN) or to the maximum
torque that a mechanic can apply with a standard torque wrench.
This is not the final torque for the bolts (85). You will apply
the final torque to the bolts (85) after you remove the engine
installation equipment.

Subtask 71-00-00-080-055

E. Removal of the Engine Cradle and the Engine Positioner TWW 75E

CAUTION : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU INSTALL THE CRADLE ON, OR REMOVE IT FROM,
_______
THE ENGINE. IF NOT, YOU CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE VIBRATION
SENSOR CONNECTOR. THE VIBRATION SENSOR CONNECTOR IS IN FRONT OF
THE FORWARD HANDLING POINT ON THE RIGHT SIDE.

(1) Disconnect the engine cradle from the engine.

(2) Use the left joystick to lower the engine positioner.

(3) Remove the engine cradle onto the rail system of the engine
positioner.


R

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Subtask 71-00-00-420-099

F. TORQUE the forward mount bolts:

(1) Put the retainers (125) over the heads of the nuts (120).

(2) Tighten the nuts (120) until the holes in the retainers (125) align
with the holes in the forward engine mount (95).

(3) Remove the retainers (125) from the nuts (120).

R (4) TORQUE the forward mount bolts using the CHEST, TORQUE SET - CFM56-5
ENGINE (98D71203002002).

CAUTION : DO NOT SET ON THE WRENCH THE TORQUE VALUE THAT FOLLOWS.
_______
THIS TORQUE VALUE IS APPLICABLE TO THE BOLT. IT DOES NOT
TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE DESIGN OF THE ADAPTOR. A COEFFICIENT
OF REDUCTION IS APPLIED TO CALCULATE THE TORQUE VALUE TO BE
SET ON THE WRENCH.

(a) Hold the nuts (120) and TORQUE the bolts (85) to between 320 and
350 lbf.ft (43.38 and 47.45 m.daN). Make sure the mating surface
of the forward engine mount (95) touches the pylon after you
torque the bolts.

NOTE : Use the adaptor P/N 98D71203002 208 to


____ TORQUE the bolt
- to between 301 and 329 lbf.ft (40.80 and 44.60 m.daN) if
you install the torque wrench on the adaptor with an
angle of 22.5
- to between 307 and 336 lbf.ft (41.62 and 45.55 m.daN) if
you install the torque wrench on the adaptor with an
angle of 67.5
(Ref. Fig. 411/TASK 71-00-00-991-925)

(5) Put the retainers (125) over the nuts (120) and install the retainers
(125) on the forward engine mount (95) with the washers (105 and
115), bolts (100), and nuts (110).

(6) TORQUE the bolts (100) to between 24.0 and 36.0 lbf.in (0.27 and 0.40
m.daN).

CAUTION : YOU CAN USE SAFETY CABLE OR SAFETY WIRE TO SAFETY THE
_______
BOLTS. YOU MUST INSTALL THE SAFETY WIRE OR THE CABLE
TIGHTLY. IF YOU DO NOT OBEY THIS PRECAUTION, DAMAGE TO THE
PYLON CAN OCCUR.



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(7) Safety of the bolts

(a) Safety each bolt (85) with safety cable 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia.,
AMS5689 or 0.032 in. (0.8 mm) dia. safetywire (Material No.
CP8002) or safetywire 0.047 in. (1.2 mm) dia., MS920995C047.

1
_ Use Safety Cable Terminator Tool for safety cable AMS5689.

NOTE : Safety cable terminator tool (BM series) Bergen Cable


____
Technology or DMC Safe-T-Cable Tool & Parts Kit,
Daniels Manufacturing Corporation are to be used.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 71-00-00-942-068

A. Remove the foam rubber protective pads from the upper part of the fan
case and from the engine mounts.

**ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-420-096

B. Installation of the Pressure Regulator Valve (PRV) Sense Line.

(1) Install the sense line between the bleed pressure regulator valve
(PRV) and the pylon interface (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-400-026).

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301-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-410-127-A

C. Install these components:

CAUTION : USE 2 WRENCHES TO REMOVE OR INSTALL THE TUBE COUPLING NUTS:


_______
- ONE WRENCH TO HOLD THE UNION, AND
- ONE TO LOOSEN OR TIGHTEN THE COUPLING NUT.
THIS PREVENTS DAMAGE TO THE PARTS.



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(1) Install these components on the left side of the engine:
R

R (a) Connect the pylon interface duct to the pylon duct with the
coupling (65).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 406/TASK 71-00-00-991-915)

**ON A/C 151-152, 154-199, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,


301-399, 401-499,

R (b) TORQUE the coupling as follows:

1
_ TORQUE the coupling nut to the value shown on the coupling.

2
_ Lightly hit the coupling perimeter in different places with a
fiber hammer.

3
_ TORQUE the coupling again to the specified value.

4
_ Lightly hit the coupling perimeter again.

5
_ TORQUE the coupling again to the specified value.

R (c) Connect the pressure tube (70) to the union installed in the
upper high-pressure manifold duct (engine 1 only).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 406/TASK 71-00-00-991-915)

**ON A/C 151-152, 154-199, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)



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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499,

R (d) TORQUE the hose coupling to 100 lbf.in (1.13 m.daN).

R (e) Connect the sense tubes (75) and (80) to the pylon interface
tubes.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 406/TASK 71-00-00-991-915)

**ON A/C 151-152, 154-199, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-152, 154-199, 201-249, 251-299,


301-399, 401-499,

R (f) TORQUE the tube coupling to between 100 and 125 lbf.in (1.13 and
1.41 m.daN).

R (g) Install a new gasket (15) and the main fuel supply hose (20) to
the fluid disconnect panel with the four bolts (25) and washers
(30).
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (h) TORQUE the four bolts (25) to between 65.0 and 85.0 lbf.in (0.73
and 0.96 m.daN). Safety the bolts with safetywire 0.032 in. (0.8
mm) dia. (Material No. CP8002) or safety cable 0.032 in. (0.8 mm)
dia..

R (i) Install a new gasket (10) and the fuel/return by-pass hose (45)
to the fluid disconnect panel with the bolts (35) and washers
(40).
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (j) TORQUE the four bolts (35) to between 24.0 and 36.0 lbf.in (0.27
and 0.40 m.daN). Safety the bolts with safetywire 0.032 in. (0.8
mm) dia. (Material No. CP8002) or safety cable 0.032 in. (0.8 mm)
dia..

R (k) Connect the upper case drain hose (50) to the fluid disconnect
panel.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)



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R (l) TORQUE the hose coupling to between 215 and 245 lbf.in (2.42 and
2.76 m.daN).

R (m) Connect the hydraulic pressure hose (55) to the fluid disconnect
panel.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (n) TORQUE the hose coupling to between 855 and 945 lbf.in (9.66 and
10.67 m.daN)

R (o) Connect the suction hose (60) coupling half to the fluid
R disconnect panel and tighten the coupling half handtight.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (p) Connect hose/tube (175) to the PRV interface.


(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (q) TORQUE the hose coupling to between 85 and 100 lbf.in (0.96 and
1.13 m.daN).

R (r) Connect the thrust reverser harness connector 4100KSA and 4100KSB
to the electrical junction box. Tighten the connector fingertight
plus one-eighth turn with soft nose pliers.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(2) Install these components on the right side of the engine:

(a) Connect the upper starter duct to the pylon duct with the
coupling (5).
(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913)

(b) TORQUE the coupling as follows:

1
_ TORQUE the coupling to between 70 and 80 lbf.in (0.79 and 0.90
m.daN).

2
_ Lightly hit the coupling perimeter in different places with a
fiber hammer.

3
_ TORQUE the coupling again to the specified value.

4
_ Lightly hit the coupling perimeter again.

5
_ TORQUE the coupling again to the specified value.



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(c) Connect the electrical connectors:

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE CONNECTORS ARE CORRECTLY LOCKED.


_______
IF THE CONNECTORS HAVE A LOCK DISPLAY WINDOW MAKE SURE
THAT YOU CAN SEE THE ORANGE OR RED COLOR IN THE WINDOW.
THIS SHOWS THAT THE CONNECTORS ARE CORRECTLY LOCKED.

1
_ Connect the electrical connectors 401VCA, 402VCA, 403VCA,
404VCA, 405VCA, 406VCA, 407VCA, 408VCA, 409VCA, 447VCA and
448VCA to the pylon junction box. Tighten the connectors
fingertight plus one-eighth turn with soft nose pliers.
(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913)

2
_ Connect the thrust reverser harness connector 4101KSA, 4101KSB
and 4102KSA to the thrust reverser hydraulic control unit.
Tighten the connectors fingertight plus one-eighth turn with
soft nose pliers.
(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913)

3
_ Put the clamp (10) on the harness for connector 4101KSB.

4
_ Attach the clamp (10) and the clamp (25) to the bracket on the
HCU with the screw (15) and nut (20).

5
_ TORQUE the nut (20) to between 20 and 25 lbf.in (0.22 and 0.28
m.daN).

6
_ Connect the generator harness connector 400VCA to the forward
pylon junction box.
(Ref. Fig. 404/TASK 71-00-00-991-913)

a
_ Do not clean the contacts with abrasive material.

b
_ Do a pin retention check of the sockets (Ref. ESPM 20-48-
24).

c
_ Tighten the connector by hand until the orange (or red)
color is visible in the lock display (window).

7
_ Connect the electrical connectors 450VCA, 452VCA, 454VCA and
457VCA to the aft pylon junction box. Tighten the connectors
fingertight plus one-eighth turn with soft nose pliers.
(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 71-00-00-991-912)

8
_ Install the two clamps which attach the core harness to the
pylon.


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NOTE : Make sure that you install the correct clamps on the
____
core harness. Two clamp sizes (diameter) can be found,
depending on the core harness diameter.

**ON A/C 153-153,

Subtask 71-00-00-410-127

C. Install these components:

CAUTION : USE 2 WRENCHES TO REMOVE OR INSTALL THE TUBE COUPLING NUTS:


_______
- ONE WRENCH TO HOLD THE UNION, AND
- ONE TO LOOSEN OR TIGHTEN THE COUPLING NUT.
THIS PREVENTS DAMAGE TO THE PARTS.

(1) Install these components on the left side of the engine:


R

R (a) Connect the pylon interface duct to the pylon duct with the
coupling (65).
(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)

R (b) TORQUE the coupling as follows:

1
_ TORQUE the coupling nut to the value shown on the coupling.

2
_ Lightly hit the coupling perimeter in different places with a
fiber hammer.

3
_ TORQUE the coupling again to the specified value.

4
_ Lightly hit the coupling perimeter again.

5
_ TORQUE the coupling again to the specified value.

R (c) Connect the pressure tube (70) to the union installed in the
upper high-pressure manifold duct (engine 1 only).
(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)

R (d) TORQUE the hose coupling to 100 lbf.in (1.13 m.daN).

R (e) Connect the sense tubes (75) and (80) to the pylon interface
tubes.
(Ref. Fig. 406A/TASK 71-00-00-991-915-A)



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R (f) TORQUE the tube coupling to between 100 and 125 lbf.in (1.13 and
1.41 m.daN).

R (g) Install a new gasket (15) and the main fuel supply hose (20) to
the fluid disconnect panel with the four bolts (25) and washers
(30).
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (h) TORQUE the four bolts (25) to between 65.0 and 85.0 lbf.in (0.73
and 0.96 m.daN). Safety the bolts with safetywire 0.032 in. (0.8
mm) dia. (Material No. CP8002) or safety cable 0.032 in. (0.8 mm)
dia..

R (i) Install a new gasket (10) and the fuel/return by-pass hose (45)
to the fluid disconnect panel with the bolts (35) and washers
(40).
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (j) TORQUE the four bolts (35) to between 24.0 and 36.0 lbf.in (0.27
and 0.40 m.daN). Safety the bolts with safetywire 0.032 in. (0.8
mm) dia. (Material No. CP8002) or safety cable 0.032 in. (0.8 mm)
dia..

R (k) Connect the upper case drain hose (50) to the fluid disconnect
panel.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (l) TORQUE the hose coupling to between 215 and 245 lbf.in (2.42 and
2.76 m.daN).

R (m) Connect the hydraulic pressure hose (55) to the fluid disconnect
panel.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (n) TORQUE the hose coupling to between 855 and 945 lbf.in (9.66 and
10.67 m.daN).

R (o) Connect the suction hose (60) coupling half to the fluid
R disconnect panel and tighten the coupling half handtight.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (p) Connect hose/tube (175) to the PRV interface.


(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

R (q) TORQUE the hose coupling to between 85 and 100 lbf.in (0.96 and
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R (r) Connect the thrust reverser harness connector 4100KSA and 4100KSB
to electrical junction box. Tighten the connector fingertight
plus one-eighth turn with soft nose pliers.
(Ref. Fig. 405/TASK 71-00-00-991-914)

(2) Install these components on the right side of the engine:

(a) Connect the upper starter duct to the pylon duct with the
coupling (5).
(Ref. Fig. 404A/TASK 71-00-00-991-913-A)

(b) TORQUE the coupling as follows:

1
_ TORQUE the coupling to between 70 and 80 lbf.in (0.79 and 0.90
m.daN).

2
_ Lightly hit the coupling perimeter in different places with a
fiber hammer.

3
_ TORQUE the coupling again to the specified value.

4
_ Lightly hit the coupling perimeter again.

5
_ TORQUE the coupling again to the specified value.

(c) Connect the electrical connectors:

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE CONNECTORS ARE CORRECTLY LOCKED.


_______
IF THE CONNECTORS HAVE A LOCK DISPLAY WINDOW MAKE SURE
THAT YOU CAN SEE THE ORANGE OR RED COLOR IN THE WINDOW.
THIS SHOWS THAT THE CONNECTORS ARE CORRECTLY LOCKED.

1
_ Connect the electrical connectors 401VCA, 402VCA, 403VCA,
404VCA, 405VCA, 406VCA, 407VCA, 408VCA, 409VCA, 447VCA and
448VCA to the pylon junction box. Tighten the connectors
fingertight plus one-eighth turn with soft nose pliers.
(Ref. Fig. 404A/TASK 71-00-00-991-913-A)

2
_ Connect the thrust reverser harness connector 4101KSA, 4101KSB
and 4102KSA to the thrust reverser hydraulic control unit.
Tighten the connectors fingertight plus one-eighth turn with
soft nose pliers.
(Ref. Fig. 404A/TASK 71-00-00-991-913-A)

3
_ Put the harness for connector 4101KSB in the clip on the
Hydraulic Control Unit (HCU).



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4
_ Connect the generator harness connector 400VCA to the forward
pylon junction box.
(Ref. Fig. 404A/TASK 71-00-00-991-913-A)

a
_ Do not clean the contacts with abrasive material.

b
_ Tighten the connector by hand until the orange (or red)
color is visible in the lock display (window).

5
_ Connect the electrical connectors 450VCA, 452VCA, 454VCA, and
457VCA to the aft pylon junction box. Tighten the connectors
fingertight plus one-eighth turn with soft nose pliers.
(Ref. Fig. 403/TASK 71-00-00-991-912)

6
_ Install the two clamps which attach the core harness to the
pylon.

NOTE : Make sure that you install the correct clamps on the
____
core harness. Two clamp sizes (diameter) can be found,
depending on the core harness diameter.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-410-128

D. Close access

(1) Check the High Pressure bleed and Pressure Regulating Valves
configuration.

NOTE : Make sure that HP bleed and pressure regulating valves are not
____
mechanically locked and can operate freely.

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

(3) Remove the adhesive tape from the fan duct panels.

(4) Install the access panels:


FOR 1000EM1
473AL, 473AR
FOR 1000EM2
483AL, 483AR.

PRE SPIB CFM02253MW1



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(5) Install the fuel overboard drain tube at the rear of the drain mast.
(Ref. Fig. 407/TASK 71-00-00-991-929)

(a) Remove the protective covers from the tubes.

(b) Connect the drain tube (150) to the CFMI tube. Do not torque the
coupling nut at this time.

(c) Connect the drain tube (150) to the bracket on the transfer
gearbox with the clamp (165), the bolt (155) and the nut (160).

(d) Attach the drain tube (150) to the bracket at the bottom of the
transfer gearbox with the bolt (170), the spacer (180) and the
nut (185).

(e) Make sure that the drain tube (150) is aligned correctly on the
engine.

(f) TORQUE the nuts (160) and (185) to between 20 and 25 lbf.in (0.22
and 0.28 m.daN).

(g) Torque the drain tube.

CAUTION : USE 2 WRENCHES TO REMOVE OR INSTALL THE TUBE COUPLING


_______
NUTS:
- ONE WRENCH TO HOLD THE UNION, AND
- ONE TO LOOSEN OR TIGHTEN THE COUPLING NUT.
THIS PREVENTS DAMAGE TO THE PARTS.

1
_ TORQUE the drain tube (150) coupling nut to between 200 and
250 lbf.in (2.26 and 2.82 m.daN).

END OF PRE SPIB CFM02253MW1

POST SPIB CFM02253MW1

(6) Not applicable

END OF SPIB CFM02253MW1

Subtask 71-00-00-869-277

E. Check Electrical bonding.

(1) Measure the resistance value (Ohmic) (Ref. TASK 20-28-00-720-005).


Make sure that the resistance between the engine and the pylon is not
more than 1.5 milliohms.



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Subtask 71-00-00-820-075

F. Do the adjustment of the LH or RH thrust reverser J ring (Ref. TASK 78-
36-42-820-002).

Subtask 71-00-00-820-076

G. Do the adjustment of the thrust reverser half door latches (Ref. TASK 78-
36-41-820-042).

Subtask 71-00-00-820-081

H. Do the check of the adjustment of the thrust reverser half door latches
(Ref. TASK 78-36-41-820-042).

Subtask 71-00-00-440-078

J. Make the thrust reverser serviceable (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-081-041).

Subtask 71-00-00-612-054

K. Do a check of the oil levels

(1) Make sure that the IDG oil level is correct (Ref. TASK 24-21-00-210-
046).

(2) Make sure that the starter oil level is correct.

(3) Make sure that the oil tank level is correct (Ref. TASK 12-13-79-610-
002).

Subtask 71-00-00-614-052

L. Do the hydraulic maintenance procedure after an engine installation:


FOR 1000EM1
- (Ref. TASK 29-11-51-860-040) for the Green Hydraulic System and
FOR 1000EM2
- (Ref. TASK 29-13-51-860-001) for the Yellow Hydraulic System.

Subtask 71-00-00-942-069

M. Remove the access platform(s).



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Subtask 71-00-00-410-129

N. Close the thrust reverser cowl doors: (Ref. TASK 78-36-00-410-040)


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

Subtask 71-00-00-865-121

P. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
1DA1, 1DA2, 2DA1, 2DA2, 2DA3, 3DA1, 3DA2, 3DA3, 4DA1, 4DA2, 4DA3, 5DA1,
5DA2, 5DA3, 1DB1, 4DG1, 4DG2, 1JH, 1WE1, 2WE1, 1WE2, 2WE2, 7TU, 2RK, 4RK
FOR 1000EM1
2KS1, 4KS1, 2JH1, 3JH1, 7WD1, 8WD1, 2XU1, 1DN1, 1QG, 3QG
FOR 1000EM2
2KS2, 4KS2, 2JH2, 3JH2, 7WD2, 8WD2, 2XU2, 1DN2, 3801GX, 3802GX, 3803GX,
2QG, 4QG

Subtask 71-00-00-942-070

Q. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Remove the warning notice(s).

(2) On the panel 114VU, remove the locking tool from the flap and slat
control lever.

Subtask 71-00-00-861-081

R. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

Subtask 71-00-00-869-278

S. Do the EIS start procedure (upper and lower ECAM DU s only) (Ref. TASK
31-60-00-860-001).

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-105, 151-158, 201-209,

Subtask 71-00-00-740-055

T. Enter the engine hours and cycles data into the DMU for the installed
engine (Ref. TASK 31-36-00-740-005).



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R **ON A/C 106-149, 159-199, 210-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,

R Subtask 71-00-00-740-055-A

R T. Enter the engine hours and cycles data into the FDIMU for the installed
R engine (Ref. TASK 31-36-00-740-014).

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-213, 221-249, 251-299,


R 301-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-720-067-A

U. Do the tests

(1) On the left or right MCDU, do this check:

(a) Get access to the screen of the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST ENG (Ref. TASK
31-32-00-860-012)

(b) Push the line key adjacent to the FADEC 1(2) A(B): The ENGINE
MAIN MENU page comes into view.

(c) Do a functional test of the ECU (Ref. TASK 73-21-60-720-040).

(d) Read the LRU IDENTIFICATION Report of the engine 1(2) (Ref. TASK
73-21-60-740-006).

NOTE : The LRU identification check is only required on one


____
channel of the ECU A or B.

1
_ Push the line key adjacent to the LRU IDENT indication:
CHANNEL A(B) page comes into view.

2
_ Read the data that comes on the MCDU screen and check for
consistency with the actual engine configuration:

a
_ Engine thrust rating and type:
- These inputs are available on the engine name plate.

NOTE : The engine thrust rating must be the same as on


____
opposite engine and consistent with the Aircraft
Model.

b
_ LRU PART NO (ECU Part Number):
- The P/N is available on the ECU identification plate.


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c
_ N1 TRIM:
- The N1 trim level (0 thru 7) is available on the engine
name plate.

d
_ BUMP option: must read N.

e
_ If OVERBOOST is displayed on the screen: must read N.

f
_ PMUX option:
- PMUX engine (4 hoses connected to the ECU) must read Y
- Non PMUX engine (2 hoses connected to the ECU) must read
N.

g
_ If CONFIG is displayed on the screen:
- RACSB applies to CFM56-5BX non/P equipped with a RACSB
Valve
- TBV applies to CFM56-5BX/P or -5BX/3 equipped with a
TBV Valve.

3
_ Do the entry of the ENGINE Serial Number through the MCDU
menu according to instructions of the procedure (Ref. TASK 73-
21-60-740-008)

NOTE : For CFM56-5B-non/P: if a pre Service Bulletin 72-215


____
engine identification connector is installed (P/N
320-XXX-XXX-0), the ESN (Engine Serial Number) is
automatically entered into the ECU memory.

a
_ Make sure the ENGINE S/N displayed on the screen is the
same as the one written on the Engine name plate.

4
_ Check that the TRSOV installation status matches the
aircraft configuration.

a
_ Y must be displayed if the thrust reverser shut-off valve
is installed.

b
_ N must be displayed if the thrust reverser shut-off valve
is not installed.

c
_ Change the installation status through the MCDU menu if
required according to instructions of the procedure
(Ref. TASK 73-21-60-740-006).


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(e) If you operate the aircraft in actual CAT III conditions, do
these tests:
- Make sure that there is no CAT 3 DUAL INOP message on the lower
ECAM DU with FADEC GND PWR 1 & 2 pushbutton switches
(maintenance panel 50VU) pushed (ON legends on) and 3 IR S
aligned (Ref. TASK 34-10-00-860-004)
- Do the operational test of the LAND CAT III Capability
(Ref. TASK 22-97-00-710-001).

R **ON A/C 214-220,

R Subtask 71-00-00-720-067

R U. Do the tests

R (1) On the left or right MCDU, do this check:

R (a) Get access to the screen of the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST ENG (Ref. TASK
R 31-32-00-860-012)

R (b) Push the line key adjacent to the FADEC 1(2) A(B): The ENGINE
R MAIN MENU page comes into view.

R (c) Do a functional test of the ECU (Ref. TASK 73-21-60-720-040).

R (d) Read the LRU IDENTIFICATION Report of the engine 1(2) (Ref. TASK
R 73-21-60-740-006).

R NOTE : The LRU identification check is only required on one


____
R channel of the ECU A or B.

R 1
_ Push the line key adjacent to the LRU IDENT indication:
R CHANNEL A(B) page comes into view.

R 2
_ Read the data that comes on the MCDU screen and check for
R consistency with the actual engine configuration:

R a
_ Engine thrust rating and type:
R - These inputs are available on the engine name plate.

R NOTE : The engine thrust rating must be the same as on


____
R opposite engine and consistent with the Aircraft
R Model.

R b
_ LRU PART NO (ECU Part Number):
R - The P/N is available on the ECU identification plate.

R c
_ N1 TRIM:
R - The N1 trim level (0 thru 7) is available on the engine
R name plate.


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R d
_ BUMP option: must read N.

R e
_ If OVERBOOST is displayed on the screen: must read N.

R f
_ PMUX option:
R - PMUX engine (4 hoses connected to the ECU) must read Y
R - Non PMUX engine (2 hoses connected to the ECU) must read
R N.

R g
_ If CONFIG is displayed on the screen:
R - RACSB applies to CFM56-5BX non/P equipped with a RACSB
R Valve
R - TBV applies to CFM56-5BX/P or -5BX/3 equipped with a
R TBV Valve.

R h
_ If EGT MON is displayed on the screen: must read N.

R 3
_ Do the entry of the ENGINE Serial Number through the MCDU
R menu according to instructions of the procedure (Ref. TASK 73-
21-60-740-008)

R NOTE : For CFM56-5B-non/P: if a pre Service Bulletin 72-215


____
R engine identification connector is installed (P/N
R 320-XXX-XXX-0), the ESN (Engine Serial Number) is
R automatically entered into the ECU memory.

R a
_ Make sure the ENGINE S/N displayed on the screen is the
R same as the one written on the Engine name plate.

R 4
_ Check that the TRSOV installation status matches the
R aircraft configuration.

R a
_ Y must be displayed if the thrust reverser shut-off valve
R is installed.

R b
_ N must be displayed if the thrust reverser shut-off valve
R is not installed.

R c
_ Change the installation status through the MCDU menu if
R required according to instructions of the procedure
R (Ref. TASK 73-21-60-740-006).

R (e) If you operate the aircraft in actual CAT III conditions, do


R these tests:
R - Make sure that there is no CAT 3 DUAL INOP message on the lower
R ECAM DU with FADEC GND PWR 1 & 2 pushbutton switches
R (maintenance panel 50VU) pushed (ON legends on) and 3 IR S
R aligned (Ref. TASK 34-10-00-860-004)
R - Do the operational test of the LAND CAT III Capability
R (Ref. TASK 22-97-00-710-001).


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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-710-170

V. Do an operational test:

(1) Do an operational test of the FADEC with engine motoring (Ref. TASK
73-29-00-710-040)

(a) Do an operational test of the hydraulic pump during the FADEC


test:
FOR 1000EM1
(Ref. TASK 29-11-00-710-001)
FOR 1000EM2
(Ref. TASK 29-13-00-710-002)

(2) Do a check for leaks on the hydraulic and fuel lines.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

Subtask 71-00-00-710-171

W. Do an operational test:

(1) Do an operational test of the thrust reverser system (Ref. TASK 78-
31-00-710-042).

NOTE : As an alternative procedure you can do this operational test


____
without the CFDS.

(2) Start the engine 1(2) (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-003).

(3) Do an operational test of the ice protection of the engine air intake
(Ref. TASK 30-21-00-710-002).

(4) Do a minimum idle check and a check for leaks (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-
710-006).

(5) Do a check of the IDG system as follows:

(a) On the lower ECAM DU select the ELEC page.

(b) Make sure that the frequency and voltage indications are correct
with engine running.



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(6) Do a leak check of the fuel return valve (Ref. TASK 73-11-50-360-002)
to make sure that there are no leaks at pylon connection.

(7) Stop the engine (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).

**ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-710-171-A

W. Do an operational test:

(1) Do an operational test of the thrust reverser system (Ref. TASK 78-
31-00-710-042).

NOTE : As an alternative procedure you can do this operational test


____
without the CFDS.

(2) Start the engine 1(2) (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-003).

(3) Do an operational test of the ice protection of the engine air intake
(Ref. TASK 30-21-00-710-002).

(4) Do a minimum idle check and a check for leaks (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-
710-006).

(5) Make sure that the IDG is connected:

(a) If the IDG is not connected, make sure that the maintenance
message IDG1(2) (E1(2)-4000XU) RECONFIG is shown on the EPGS
GROUND REPORT page.

1
_ Make sure that the related GCU is energized.

2
_ Reset the GCU:
- On the ELEC control panel 35VU, release (OFF) then push the
related ELEC/GEN pushbutton switch 3XU.

3
_ On the ELEC page of the lower ECAM DU, make sure that the line
connection between the IDG1(2) and the related busbar is shown
green. Make sure that the frequency and voltage indications
are correct.

(b) If the IDG1(2) is not connected after the GCU reset, do a check
for other maintenance messages related to the IDG.



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(6) Do a leak check of the fuel return valve (Ref. TASK 73-11-50-360-002)
to make sure that there are no leaks at pylon connection.

(7) Stop the engine (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-410-130

X. Close the fan cowl doors: (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-040)


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

Subtask 71-00-00-820-077

Y. Do the adjustment/test of the fan cowl doors (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-800-


041).

Subtask 71-00-00-710-172

Z. Do the tests as follows:

(1) Start the engine 1(2) (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-003).

(2) Do this test:


PRESSURE REGULATING VALVE AND HIGH PRESSURE BLEED VALVE CHECK

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ACTION RESULT
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1. On the lower ECAM DU select the


BLEED page

2. On the panel 30VU release the AIR - On the AIR COND PACK 1(2) pushbutton
COND PACK 1(2) pushbutton switch switch, the OFF legend comes on

3. On the panel 30VU confirm that - On the APU BLEED pushbutton switch
the APU bleed is closed the ON legend is off

4. On the panel 30VU release the ENG - On the ENG 1(2) BLEED pushbutton
1(2) BLEED pushbutton switch switch the OFF legend comes on
- On the lower ECAM DU the PRV and HP
valves are shown closed



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5. On the panel 30VU push the ENG - On the ENG 1(2) pushbutton switch,
1(2) BLEED pushbutton switch the OFF legend goes off
- On the lower ECAM DU the PRV and HP
valves are shown open

6. Slowly move the throttle control - On the lower ECAM DU, the HP valve
lever to increase power above closes above idle
idle

7. Slowly move the throttle control - On the lower ECAM DU, the HP valve
lever to decrease power to idle opens at idle

8. On the panel 30VU push the AIR - On the AIR COND PACK 1(2) pushbutton
COND PACK 1(2) pushbutton switch switch, the OFF legend goes off

(3) Do a power assurance check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-008).

NOTE : A power assurance check is not necessary if:


____
- the engine was tested and accepted in an approved test cell,
or,
- the engine was previously removed for convenience or time
staggering,
- the engine was removed for a turbine rear frame replacement.

(4) Do a vibration check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-009).

NOTE : A vibration check is not necessary if:


____
- the engine was tested and accepted in an approved test cell,
or,
- the engine was previously removed for convenience or time
staggering.

(5) Do an accel check (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-025).

NOTE : An accel check is not necessary if:


____
- the engine was tested and accepted in an approved test cell,
or,
- the engine was previously removed for convenience or time
staggering,
- the engine was removed for a turbine rear frame replacement.

(6) Do a functional test of the IDG disconnect system (Ref. TASK 24-21-
00-720-041).



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(7) Stop the engine (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).



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POWER PLANT - GENERAL - ADJUSTMENT/TEST
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TASK 71-00-00-869-003

Wind Limitations During Engine Ground Operations

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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71-00-00-991-301 Fig. 501

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 71-00-00-869-121

A. Not Applicable

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 71-00-00-869-118

A. Wind limitations during engine ground operations

(1) Static ground operation is restricted to power settings of 70 percent


N1 RPM and below with crosswinds exceeding 20 knots or with tailwind
of 5 to 10 knots.

(2) Static ground operation is restricted settings of 80 percent N1 RPM


and below with crosswinds of 10 to 20 knots or tailwinds of 2 to 5
knots.

(3) Static ground operation is restricted settings of 90 percent N1 RPM


and below with crosswinds up to 10 knots or tailwinds up to 2 knots.
(Ref. Fig. 501/TASK 71-00-00-991-301)
In addition to observing these maximum wind velocities, power
assurance runs are restricted if wind velocity variation exceeds 5
knots.


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Preferred Wind Direction and Velocity Limitations For Ground Operations


Figure 501/TASK 71-00-00-991-301


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(4) Position the airplane to obey the preferred wind direction and wind
velocity limits for ground operations.
(Ref. Fig. 501/TASK 71-00-00-991-301)

(5) Tailwinds, or winds with tailwind components, adversely affect ground


operation of engines.

NOTE : ECU logic may prevent engine start with high tailwind.
____

(6) During starting, and at idle or low power settings, tailwinds can
cause excessive EGT values.

(7) At power settings of approximately 90 percent N1 RPM an above,


tailwinds can cause a fan tip stall. The onset of fan tip stall
during stable engine operation can be identified by the following
conditions:

(a) The N1 speed (RPM) increases quickly.

(b) The airplane vibration increases.

(c) You can hear a pulsating or a blowtorch type of sound that


continuously starts and stops.

NOTE : Whenever a fan tip stall is imminent or has occurred,


____
rapid retardation of the thrust lever will prevent or
permit recovery from the stall.

(8) Obey the cowl limitations during ground operations.


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TASK 71-00-00-869-004

Safety Precautions During Engine Ground Operations

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

R A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

R 98F10103500000 2 CHOCK-MLG,ENGINE RUN-UP

R B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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71-00-00-991-302 Fig. 502

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299,

71-00-00-991-304 Fig. 503

**ON A/C 151-199,

71-00-00-991-304-A Fig. 503A

**ON A/C 301-399, 401-499,

71-00-00-991-304-B Fig. 503B

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

71-00-00-991-300 Fig. 504


71-00-00-991-308 Fig. 505

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 71-00-00-869-122

A. Not Applicable



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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 71-00-00-869-119

A. Safety Precautions During Engine Ground Operations

(1) General

(a) The operation of jet power plants is dangerous. While the engine
operates, the following dangerous conditions can occur:

1
_ There is a very strong suction at the front of the engine that
can pull persons and unwanted materials into the air inlet.

2
_ Very hot, high speed gases go rearward from the turbine
exhaust nozzle.

3
_ The fan exhaust at high thrust has very high speed.

4
_ When the thrust reverser is extended, the fan exhaust goes
forward while the turbine exhaust goes rearward.

5
_ Exposure to engine noise can damage your hearing.

(2) Obey the following precautions about the air inlet


(Ref. Fig. 502/TASK 71-00-00-991-302)

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299,

(Ref. Fig. 503/TASK 71-00-00-991-304)

**ON A/C 151-199,

(Ref. Fig. 503A/TASK 71-00-00-991-304-A)

**ON A/C 301-399, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 503B/TASK 71-00-00-991-304-B)


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R Engine Physical Hazard Areas - Minimum Idle


R Figure 502/TASK 71-00-00-991-302- 12 (SHEET 1)



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R Engine Physical Hazard Areas - Minimum Idle


R Figure 502/TASK 71-00-00-991-302- 22 (SHEET 2)


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Engine Physical Hazard Areas - Takeoff Thrust


Figure 503/TASK 71-00-00-991-304


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Figure 503A/TASK 71-00-00-991-304-A


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Engine Physical Hazard Areas - Takeoff Thrust


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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499,

(a) Persons positioned near the power plant during power plant
operation must be aware of the hazard areas aft of the inlet cowl
lip.

1
_ This area extends completely around the outer diameter and to
the forward end of the power plant.

2
_ At idle power, the hazard areas start about four feet aft of
the inlet cowl lip.

3
_ At above idle power, the hazard areas start about five feet
aft of the inlet cowl lip.

4
_ If the surface wind is more than 25 knots, increase the
distance of the hazard area by 20 percent.

5
_ If the ramp surfaces are wet or frozen, make the ramp clean to
prevent injury to persons.

6
_ After the engine is shutdown, let the engine spool down before
the air inlet is approached.

(b) Make sure that persons that do not know of the hazard areas near
the power plant cannot go in these areas.

WARNING : ALL PERSONS MUST STAY OUT OF THE DANGEROUS AREAS AROUND
_______
THE AIR INLET. ALL PERSONS MUST STAY AWAY FROM THE
ENGINE SAFETY BARRIER WHEN THE ENGINE IS OPERATED.
DURING ENGINE OPERATION, THERE IS SUFFICIENT SUCTION AT
THE AIR INLET TO PULL A PERSON INTO THE INLET. A FATAL
INJURY COULD OCCUR.

WARNING : THE SUCTION NEAR THE AIR INLET CAN PULL IN HATS,
_______
GLASSES, LOOSE CLOTHING AND WIPE RAGS FROM YOUR
POCKETS. ALL LOOSE OBJECTS MUST BE REMOVED BEFORE YOU
WORK AROUND THE ENGINE.

1
_ When the engine operates, it makes a low air pressure area in
the inlet. This low pressure area causes a large quantity of
air to move from the forward side of the inlet cowl and go
into the engine.

2
_ The air which is near the inlet moves at a much higher
velocity than air which is farther from the inlet.



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3
_ The quantity of the engine suction does not increase slowly
and continuously when you go near the inlet.

4
_ The suction is small until you get near the inlet, where the
suction increases suddenly.

5
_ The engine suction can pull small objects into the engine
easier than it can pull large objects.

(c) Before you operate the engine, do these steps:

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT:


_______
- THE PASSENGER DOORS ARE CLOSED AND THE PASSENGER
LOADING STAIRS ARE REMOVED WHEN AT LEAST ONE ENGINE IS
OPERATED ABOVE IDLE POWER.
- THE CARGO DOORS ARE CLOSED AND CARGO LOADING
EQUIPMENT IS REMOVED WHEN:
. ENGINE 2 IS OPERATED AT IDLE OR ABOVE
. AT LEAST ONE ENGINE IS OPERATED ABOVE IDLE POWER
IF YOU DO NOT OBEY THESE PRECAUTIONS INJURY TO THE
PERSONNEL AND DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT AND/OR EQUIPMENT
CAN OCCUR.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE LANDING GEAR GROUND SAFETIES AND THE
_______
WHEEL CHOCKS ARE IN POSITION.

CAUTION : - SEE THE APPLICABLE FIGURE FOR WIND LIMIT RESTRICTIONS


_______
WHEN THE ENGINE OPERATES.
- NATURAL WINDS AND IRREGULAR FORCES FROM SUDDEN GUSTS
INCREASE THE DANGEROUS AREA.
- DO NOT GO ABOVE OPEN COWLING LIMITATIONS WHEN YOU DO
THE TESTS.
- THE OPERATOR MUST FULLY KNOW ALL THE OPERATING LIMITS
AND PROCEDURES BEFORE ENGINE OPERATES.

1
_ Make sure there are no tools, unwanted materials or objects in
the air inlet.

2
_ Make sure the area 40 ft. (12 m) to each side and forward of
the engine is clean.

3
_ Make sure the ground which is forward of the engine is strong
and solid.

4
_ Make sure the suction of the engine will not pull the unwanted
material on the ground into the engine.



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5
_ Make sure that persons whith loose objects (such as hats,
eyeglasses, loose clothing, or rags) do not go into this area.

6
_ When an engine is operated, use an engine inlet guard. This
will prevent persons from being pulled into the inlet because
of the suction of the engine.

(d) Stay outside of the inlet hazard area for at least 30 seconds
after the fuel cutoff signal from the flight compartment.

(3) Obey the following precautions about the engine exhaust


(Ref. Fig. 502/TASK 71-00-00-991-302)

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299,

(Ref. Fig. 503/TASK 71-00-00-991-304)

**ON A/C 151-199,

(Ref. Fig. 503A/TASK 71-00-00-991-304-A)

**ON A/C 301-399, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 503B/TASK 71-00-00-991-304-B)

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

WARNING : ALL PERSONS MUST STAY OUT OF THE DANGEROUS AREAS THAT ARE
_______
AFTER OF THE POWER PLANT. DURING THE ENGINE OPERATION,
THERE ARE HOT GASES AND HIGH SPEED AIR WHICH CAN CAUSE
INJURY TO PERSONS AND DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

(a) When the engine operates, a large quantity of exhaust comes from
the aft end of the engine.

1
_ The exhaust is hot and moves at high speed.

2
_ There are contamination and bad gases which were pulled into
the engine by suction.

3
_ There are gases from the fuel that has burned or fuel which
has not burned.



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(b) At high power, the fan and turbine exhaust can blow loose dirt,
stones, sand and other unwanted materials a distance of 300 ft.
(91 m).

1
_ The airplane must be parked at an area where injury to persons
or damage to equipment or other airplanes can be prevented.

2
_ Use a blast fence to deflect the thrust if the engines are
operated without sufficient space to decrease the fan and
turbine exhaust thrust to zero.

(c) High temperature exhaust can be found 300 ft. (91 m) from the
exhaust nozzle with the correct wind conditions.

CAUTION : DO NOT DO ENGINE GROUND RUNS UNLESS THE GROUND WHICH IS


_______
BEHIND THE ENGINE IS A CONCRETE PAVEMENT.
ENGINE EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE AN ASPHALT PAVEMENT TO
MELT.
MELTED ASPHALT CAN CAUSE IMPORTANT DAMAGE TO THE REAR
STRUCTURE OF THE AIRCRAFT AND/OR TO THE ENGINE
NACELLES.

NOTE : Idle runs are allowed on asphalt provided it is in good


____
conditions.

1
_ Make sure that the aircraft is parked on a clean dry flat
area. There must be no oil, grease or other slippery material
and no gravel or other small elements being on that surface.
Pavement must be in concrete behind the engine because asphalt
can cause damage to the engine/aircraft structure. Pavement
must be solid forward the engine.

(d) When an engine is started, fuel that has collected in the turbine
exhaust sleeve can ignite.

1
_ Long flames are blown out of the exhaust nozzle.

2
_ All flammable materials must be kept clear of the exhaust
nozzle.

(e) There are gases in the exhaust that are dangerous to you. You
must stay away from small spaces where these gases can collect.
Tests have shown that the amount of carbon monoxide in the
exhaust is small, but there are other gases in the exhaust that
smell bad and can cause injury or irritation to your eyes and
lungs.



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1
_ These gases will usually cause a watering or burning sensation
to your eyes.

2
_ Less noticeable, but important, is the possibility of
respiratory irritation.

(4) Obey the following precautions about the entry corridor


(Ref. Fig. 502/TASK 71-00-00-991-302)

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 201-249, 251-299,

(Ref. Fig. 503/TASK 71-00-00-991-304)

**ON A/C 151-199,

(Ref. Fig. 503A/TASK 71-00-00-991-304-A)

**ON A/C 301-399, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 503B/TASK 71-00-00-991-304-B)

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

WARNING : - ENGINE OPERATION MUST NOT EXCEED MINIMUM IDLE WHEN


_______
PERSONNEL ARE IN ENTRY/EXIT CORRIDOR.
- POSITIVE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE FLIGHT COMPARTMENT AND
PERSONNEL IN ENTRY EXIT CORRIDOR IS NECESSARY.
- INLET AND EXHAUST HAZARD AREAS MUST BE STRICTLY OBSERVED
BY PERSONNEL IN ENTRY/EXIT CORRIDOR.

- POSITIVE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN FLIGHT COMPARTMENT AND PERSONNEL IN


ENTRY/EXIT CORRIDOR IS NECESSARY.
- INLET AND EXHAUST HAZARD AREAS MUST BE STRICTLY OBSERVED BY
PERSONNEL IN ENTRY/EXIT CORRIDOR.

(a) During the engine runs for maintenance which position you near
the engine (such as during a minimum idle leak check), enter and
exit the engine fan case area in the entry/exit corridor.

(b) Use of a safety lanyard, inlet barrier or inlet guard is


recommended for your safety.



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(5) Obey the following precautions about engine cool down.

WARNING : DO NOT TRY TO STOP FAN FROM TURNING BY HAND. THIS CAN CAUSE
_______
INJURY TO THE PERSONS AND DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT.

(a) After engine operation, make sure the turbine exhaust sleeve and
plug become sufficiently cool before maintenance is done in these
areas.

(b) The other parts of the engine can with no danger of burns.

(6) Obey the following precautions about engine noise


(Ref. Fig. 504/TASK 71-00-00-991-300)

(a) You can temporarily cause your ears to become less sensitive to
sound if you listen to loud engine noise.

(b) You can become permanently deaf if you listen to the engine noise
for a long time.

(c) When you are near an operating engine, always use ear protection
to decrease the quantity of sound energy which reaches your ears.

NOTE : The use of cup-type ear protection is recommended.


____

(7) Obey the following precautions about the engine ignition system.

WARNING : THE ENGINE IGNITION SYSTEM IS AN ELECTRICAL


_______ SYSTEM WITH
HIGH ENERGY. YOU MUST BE CAREFUL TO PREVENT ELECTRICAL
SHOCK. INJURY OR DEATH CAN OCCUR TO YOU. DO NOT DO
MAINTENANCE ON THE IGNITION SYSTEM WHEN YOU OPERATE THE
ENGINE.

(a) Open the circuit breakers for the ignition system to deactivate
the ignition system.

(b) Make sure that the engine 1(2) shutdown occured a minimum of 5
minutes before you proceed.

(8) Obey the following precautions about the engine fuel and lubrication
oils.

(a) All the fuels, lubrication oils, and hydraulic fluids will make
your skin dry. Do not let these fluids touch your skin.



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Figure 504/TASK 71-00-00-991-300- 12 (SHEET 1)



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Figure 504/TASK 71-00-00-991-300- 22 (SHEET 2)



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(9) Obey the following precautions about the cowl doors.

WARNING : DO NOT DO AN ENGINE RUN-UP WITH THE THRUST REVERSER COWLS


_______
OPEN. DO NOT DO AN ENGINE RUN-UP WITH THE FAN COWLS OPEN
AND SAFETIED BY THE HOLD-OPEN ROD IF YOU OPERATE THE ENGINE
AT POWER HIGHER THAN IDLE.

WARNING : DO NOT STAND BETWEEN THE COWL DOORS AND THE ENGINE WHEN YOU
_______
OPEN OR CLOSE THE DOORS OR INJURIES CAN OCCUR IF THE DOORS
CLOSE SUDDENLY.

(a) Make sure that the cowl door hold-open rods are extended and
attached to the engine if the cowl doors are opened for
maintenance actions when the engine is run.

(10) Change core or fan speed from percentage to actual RPM.

(a) Use the chart given in the figure to change core or fan speed
from percentage to actual RPM
(Ref. Fig. 505/TASK 71-00-00-991-308)

R (11) Prevent aircraft movement during engine operation.

R NOTE : If engine start is followed by a high power run, use CHOCK-


____
R MLG,ENGINE RUN-UP (98F10103500000).

R (a) There must be two qualified persons in the cockpit when


R performing an engine run above idle. One must monitor the outside
R and the aircraft behaviour while the other performs the engine
R test.

R (b) If the aircraft begins to move while performing an engine run,


R immediately set all the thrust levers to idle position.



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Fan Speed and Core Speed, Percent Vs RPM


Figure 505/TASK 71-00-00-991-308



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TASK 71-00-00-710-001

Dry Motoring Check

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT ALL ENGINE OPERATING AREAS ARE AS CLEAN AS POSSIBLE.
_______
ALL RAMPS, TAXIWAYS, RUNWAYS AND OTHER OPERATING AREAS MUST BE VERY
CLEAN TO PREVENT BAD DAMAGE TO THE ENGINE, AIRCRAFT AND PERSONS IN
THE AREA.

WARNING : DO NOT TRY TO STOP FAN FROM TURNING BY HAND. THIS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO
_______
THE PERSONS AND DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE LANDING GEAR GROUND SAFETIES AND THE WHEEL CHOCKS
_______
ARE IN POSITION.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE
_______
CLEAR BEFORE YOU MOTOR THE ENGINE. MOVEMENT OF THE FLIGHT CONTROL
SURFACES CAN BE DANGEROUS AND/OR CAUSE DAMAGE.

CAUTION : - SEE THE APPLICABLE FIGURE FOR WIND LIMIT RESTRICTIONS WHEN THE
_______
ENGINE OPERATES.
- NATURAL WINDS AND IRREGULAR FORCES FROM SUDDEN GUSTS INCREASE THE
DANGEROUS AREA.
- DO NOT GO ABOVE OPEN COWLING LIMITATIONS WHEN YOU DO THE TESTS.
- THE OPERATOR MUST FULLY KNOW ALL THE OPERATING LIMITS AND
PROCEDURES BEFORE ENGINE OPERATES.

CAUTION : DO NOT REPLACE AN IDLE LEAK CHECK BY A MOTORING TEST. YOU CAN NOT
_______
DETECT POTENTIAL OIL LEAKS WITH A MOTORING TEST. IF YOU DO A MOTORING
TEST INSTEAD OF AN IDLE LEAK CHECK, AN ENGINE SHUTDOWN COULD RESULT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS NO HYDRAULIC GROUND POWER SUPPLY CONNECTED TO
_______
THE AIRCRAFT WHEN YOU DO THIS PROCEDURE. IF A GROUND POWER SUPPLY IS
CONNECTED, THERE IS A RISK OF DAMAGE TO THE ENGINE PUMPS.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

It is necessary to do a dry motoring check during or after inspection or


maintenance. The dry motoring check makes sure that the engine will turn
freely and that the instruments operate correctly, and that the operation of
the starter obeys the speed requirements for correct starts. You can use the
dry motoring to dry the remaining fuel that can collect in the combustion
chamber or the lower section of the turbine casing.



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2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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

12-13-79-610-002 Check oil level and replenish Check Pop Out Indicator
of EMCD (Electrical Master Chip Detector)
12-13-79-610-002 Check oil level and replenish (Pressure Filling)
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
36-12-00-860-001 Pressurization of the Bleed System with the APU
36-12-00-860-002 Pressurization of the Bleed System through the HP
Ground Connector
71-00-00-790-002 Fuel or Hydraulic or Oil Leakage Limits
71-00-00-869-003 Wind Limitations During Engine Ground Operations
71-00-00-869-004 Safety Precautions During Engine Ground Operations
71-13-00-010-040 Opening of the Fan Cowl Doors
71-13-00-410-040 Closing of the Fan Cowl Doors
78-30-00-081-041 Make the Thrust Reverser Serviceable after
Maintenance
78-30-00-481-041 Make the Thrust Reverser Unserviceable for
Maintenance
78-36-00-010-040 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Doors
78-36-00-410-040 Closing of the Thrust Reverser Doors
79-00-00-210-003 Visual Inspection of the Oil System

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 71-00-00-869-088

A. Preparation for test

(1) Obey the wind limitations and safety precautions during engine ground
operations (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-003) and (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-
004).

(2) Make sure that the engine inlet and exhaust covers are removed. Make
sure that these areas are clear of unwanted objects.



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(3) Make a visual check of the temperature sensors, fan inlet, and
exhaust areas. If snow or ice has collected in the fan duct, make
sure that the fan turns freely. Also, make sure that the engine
inlet, inlet lip, fan, spinner, and fan exhaust duct are clear of ice
or snow. If the fan does not turn freely, you must melt the snow or
ice with hot air before an engine operation.

(4) Look at the general condition of the fan spinner and fan blades, core
exhaust nozzle, LPT and external surfaces of the cowls.

(5) Do a check of the oil quantity. Make a check of the drain ports for
fuel, oil and hydraulic leaks (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-790-002). Also make
sure that fuel drained from the engine does not cause a fire.

Subtask 71-00-00-010-060

B. Open the fan cowl doors (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-040):


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

Subtask 71-00-00-040-054

C. Make the thrust reverser unserviceable (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-481-041).

Subtask 71-00-00-010-065

D. Open the thrust-reverser doors to the 35 degrees position (Ref. TASK 78-
36-00-010-040):
FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR

Subtask 71-00-00-861-058

E. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).



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Subtask 71-00-00-865-060

F. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU ENGINE/1 AND 2/IGN/SYS A 1JH A03
FOR 1000EM1
R 49VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT1/ENG1 1QG A08
49VU ENGINE/1/FADEC A/AND EIU 1 2KS1 A04
49VU ENGINE/1/HP FUEL SOV 1KC1 A01
R 121VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT2/ENG1 3QG M25
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/OIL/PRESS 2EN1 N40
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/OIL/QTY 1EN1 N39
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
R 49VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT1/ENG2 2QG A09
49VU ENGINE/2/FADEC A/AND EIU 2 2KS2 A05
49VU ENGINE/2/HP FUEL SOV 1KC2 A02
R 121VU FUEL/LP VALVE/MOT2/ENG2 4QG M26
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/OIL/PRESS 2EN2 N42
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/OIL/QTY 1EN2 N41
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 71-00-00-869-089

G. Continue to prepare for test.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR PRESSURE IS IN THE


_______
CORRECT OPERATION RANGE BEFORE YOU START THE ENGINE. THE
HYDRAULIC FLUID IS NECESSARY TO LUBRICATE THE HYDRAULIC PUMPS
THAT THE ENGINE OPERATES.

(1) Supply the aircraft pneumatic system from a HP ground power unit or
the APU (Ref. TASK 36-12-00-860-001) or (Ref. TASK 36-12-00-860-002).
Make sure that the pressure of the air supply is between 25 psi (1.7
bar) and 55 psi (3.8 bar).

(2) Make sure that the pressure of the Green reservoir for the engine 1
(Yellow reservoir for the engine 2) is correct.

(3) Make sure that the engine 1(2) pump is serviceable (on the HYD/FUEL
panel 40VU, the OFF legend of the ENG 1(2) PUMP pushbutton switch
must be off).

(4) Do the EIS start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).



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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 71-00-00-710-071

A. Do this test:

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE ENG/MASTER 1(2) CONTROL SWITCH (ON THE PANEL
_______
115VU) IS SET TO OFF BEFORE YOU START THE FUEL PUMPS.

CAUTION : DO NOT OPERATE THE ENGINE IF THE FUEL INLET PRESSURE IS NOT
_______
POSITIVE (THE FUEL IS NECESSARY TO LUBRICATE THE ENGINE FUEL
PUMP AND THE HMU AND THUS PREVENT DAMAGE).

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ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. Supply the engine with fuel.

NOTE : If the fuel line or fuel equipment has been disconnected/removed


____
dowstream of the LP valve before the FADEC test with engine motoring,
start the fuel pumps and open the LP valve.

A. On the HYD/FUEL panel 40VU: - The OFF legends of these pushbutton


- Push all the FUEL/PUMPS switches go off.
pushbutton switches.

B. Open the circuit breaker - On the upper ECAM display unit this
1KC1(2) to open the LP valve. message comes into view:
- ENG 1(2) LP VALVE OPEN
- The single chime operates.
- The MASTER CAUT light comes on.

NOTE : If there is an engine fire, the fire shut off valve has an
____
override function to close the pylon LP valve if it was open.

2. Make sure that the throttle


control lever of the engine 1(2)
is in the idle stop position
(zero on the graduated sector).

3. On the ENG panel 115VU:

- Set the On the lower ECAM display unit:


ENG/MODE/CRANK/NORM/IGN/START - The ENGINE page comes into view.



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ACTION RESULT
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selector switch to CRANK. - Make sure that the available air
pressure is between 25 psi (1.7 bar)
and 55 psi (3.8 bar).
- Make sure that the quantity of oil in
the oil tank of the engine 1(2) is
correct.
- If necessary, fill the oil tank
(Ref. TASK 12-13-79-610-002) or
(Ref. TASK 12-13-79-610-002).

4. On the overhead CTL & IND panel - The ON legend of this pushbutton
22VU: switch comes on.
- Push the ENG/MAN START/1(2)
pushbutton switch.

On the lower ECAM display unit, on the


ENGINE page:
- The symbol for the starter valve is
in the open position.

R 5. Motor the engine as long as it is


R necessary (in line with the
R starter limits as given below).

6. Make sure that:


- The engine operates.
- The oil pressure indication is
positive.

NOTE : During cold weather, large oil pressure surges can occur.
____

NOTE : A pressure relief valve in the lubrication unit limits the oil
____
pressure to 305 psi (21 bar).

NOTE : The oil level in the oil tank can go down by 1.6 USgal (6 l) during
____
start.

NOTE : If a starter air pressure is used that is less than the recommended
____
quantity, slow N2 acceleration and subsequent rpm stop can occur.

NOTE : Make sure that you do not go over the starter limits that follow:
____
- no engagement of the starter when the core speed is above 20
percent.



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ACTION RESULT
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- the acceptable duty cycles can be performed by using one the three
following procedures:
- 4 consecutive cycles, each of 2 minutes duration with a 20 second
rest between 2 consecutive attempts. After 4 cycles, wait 15
minutes to allow starter to cool before you try a new start or
motoring.
- one 5 minute cycle followed by a cooling period of 2 minutes
after the first motoring and a 10 minutes interval between the
following ones.
R After 2 minutes, the fault message starter time exceeded appears.
R Continue normal operation, ignore it.
- one 15 minute cycle followed by a 15 minute cooling period before
you try a new start or motoring.
It is recommended to use the 15 minute cycle only for cooling the
engine to do a borescope inspection.

NOTE : While the engine is motored, do a visual check for leaks at the fuel
____
and oil system tubes and manifolds.

7. On the overhead CTL & IND panel - The ON legend of this pushbutton
22VU: switch goes off.
- Release the ENG/MAN START/1(2)
pushbutton switch.

On the lower ECAM display unit, on the


ENGINE page:
- The symbol for the starter valve is
in the closed position.

8. On the ENG panel 115VU: On the lower ECAM display unit:


- Set the - The ENGINE page goes out of view.
ENG/MODE/CRANK/NORM/IGN/START
selector switch to NORM.

9. On the ECAM control panel: On the lower ECAM display unit:


- Get the ENGINE page. - The ENGINE page comes into view.

10. On the lower ECAM display unit, If necessary, fill the oil tank
on the ENGINE page: (Ref. TASK 12-13-79-610-002) or
- After a minimum of 5 minutes (Ref. TASK 12-13-79-610-002).
after the end of the test,
look at the oil level
indication.



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ACTION RESULT
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11. After engine shutdown, when the - The OFF legends of these pushbutton
rotor movement stops, on the switches come on.
HYD/FUEL panel 40VU:
- Release all the FUEL/PUMPS
pushbutton switches.

12. Close the circuit breaker On the upper ECAM display unit:
1KC1(2) to close the LP valve. - The ENG 1(2) LP VALVE OPEN message
goes out of view.

The master CAUT light goes off.

Subtask 71-00-00-200-052

B. Listen for unusual noise.

(1) During engine coastdown, while the components continue to turn,


listen for unusual noise from these components.

NOTE : Clicking fan blades, gear noise and seal rubs are normal
____
noise.

Subtask 71-00-00-210-052

C. Do a general visual inspection.

NOTE : Hydromechanical Units (HMUs) that have fluorocarbon (Viton)


____
external seals (SB 73-015) can leak fuel for a short time when
they are below 0 deg.C (32.00 deg.F) (Modification 1 and 2)
(Ref. TASK 71-00-00-790-002).

(1) Make a check of the engine, fan frame and turbine for unusual
roughness.

(2) Make an inspection of the lubrication system lines, fittings and


accessories for leaks (Ref. TASK 79-00-00-210-003).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 71-00-00-862-058

A. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).



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Subtask 71-00-00-869-090

B. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Stop the pneumatic supply to the aircraft:

(a) Disconnect the HP ground power unit or stop the APU.

(2) Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002).

Subtask 71-00-00-410-063

C. Close the thrust-reverser doors (Ref. TASK 78-36-00-410-040):


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

Subtask 71-00-00-440-054

D. Make the thrust reverser serviceable (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-081-041).

Subtask 71-00-00-410-067

E. Close the fan cowl doors (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-040):


FOR 1000EM1
437AL, 438AR
FOR 1000EM2
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TASK 71-00-00-710-002

Wet Motoring Check

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT ALL ENGINE OPERATING AREAS ARE AS CLEAN AS POSSIBLE.
_______
ALL RAMPS, TAXIWAYS, RUNWAYS AND OTHER OPERATING AREAS MUST BE VERY
CLEAN TO PREVENT BAD DAMAGE TO THE ENGINE, AIRCRAFT AND PERSONS IN
THE AREA.

WARNING : DO NOT TRY TO STOP FAN FROM TURNING BY HAND. THIS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO
_______
THE PERSONS AND DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE LANDING GEAR GROUND SAFETIES AND THE WHEEL CHOCKS
_______
ARE IN POSITION.

WARNING : DO NOT PERFORM WET MOTORING IN A HANGAR OR IN A CLOSED AREA.


_______
A LARGE QUANTITY OF HIGHLY FLAMMABLE FUEL VAPORS COME OUT FROM THE
ENGINE DURING THIS PROCEDURE AND THERE IS A RISK OF FIRE.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE
_______
CLEAR BEFORE YOU MOTOR THE ENGINE. MOVEMENT OF THE FLIGHT CONTROL
SURFACES CAN BE DANGEROUS AND/OR CAUSE DAMAGE.

CAUTION : - SEE THE APPLICABLE FIGURE FOR WIND LIMIT RESTRICTIONS WHEN THE
_______
ENGINE OPERATES.
- NATURAL WINDS AND IRREGULAR FORCES FROM SUDDEN GUSTS INCREASE THE
DANGEROUS AREA.
- DO NOT GO ABOVE OPEN COWLING LIMITATIONS WHEN YOU DO THE TESTS.
- THE OPERATOR MUST FULLY KNOW ALL THE OPERATING LIMITS AND
PROCEDURES BEFORE ENGINE OPERATES.

CAUTION : DO NOT REPLACE AN IDLE LEAK CHECK BY A MOTORING TEST. YOU CAN NOT
_______
DETECT POTENTIAL OIL LEAKS WITH A MOTORING TEST. IF YOU DO A MOTORING
TEST INSTEAD OF AN IDLE LEAK CHECK, AN ENGINE SHUTDOWN COULD RESULT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS NO HYDRAULIC GROUND POWER SUPPLY CONNECTED TO
_______
THE AIRCRAFT WHEN YOU DO THIS PROCEDURE. IF A GROUND POWER SUPPLY IS
CONNECTED, THERE IS A RISK OF DAMAGE TO THE ENGINE PUMPS.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Wet motoring is necessary for maintenance checks where you must turn the
engine and have fuel flow without ignition:
- leak check of the fuel system,
- when engine is removed from storage
- to prime the engine fuel system after maintenance



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The dry motoring check can be necessary during or after inspection or
maintenance. The dry motoring check makes sure that the engine will turn
freely and that the instruments operate correctly, and that the operation
of the starter meets the speed requirements for successful starts. It can
be used to dry the remaining fuel that can collect in the combustion
chamber or the lower section of the turbine casing.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)

B. Referenced Information

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

12-13-79-610-002 Check oil level and replenish Check Pop Out Indicator
of EMCD (Electrical Master Chip Detector)
12-13-79-610-002 Check oil level and replenish (Pressure Filling)
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
26-12-00-710-001 Operational Check of Loop/Squib
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure
36-12-00-860-001 Pressurization of the Bleed System with the APU
36-12-00-860-002 Pressurization of the Bleed System through the HP
Ground Connector
71-00-00-790-002 Fuel or Hydraulic or Oil Leakage Limits
71-00-00-869-003 Wind Limitations During Engine Ground Operations
71-00-00-869-004 Safety Precautions During Engine Ground Operations
71-13-00-010-040 Opening of the Fan Cowl Doors
71-13-00-410-040 Closing of the Fan Cowl Doors
78-30-00-081-041 Make the Thrust Reverser Serviceable after
Maintenance
78-30-00-481-041 Make the Thrust Reverser Unserviceable for
Maintenance
78-36-00-010-040 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Doors
78-36-00-410-040 Closing of the Thrust Reverser Doors



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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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79-00-00-210-003 Visual Inspection of the Oil System

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 71-00-00-869-091

A. Preparation for Test

(1) Obey the wind limitations and (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-004). during
Engine Ground Operations (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-003).

(2) Make sure that the engine inlet and exhaust covers are removed. Make
sure that these areas are clear of unwanted objects.

(3) Make a visual check of the temperature sensors, fan inlet, and
exhaust areas. If snow or ice has collected in the fan duct, make
sure that the fan turns freely. Also, make sure that the engine
inlet, inlet lip, fan, spinner, and fan exhaust duct are clear of ice
or snow. If the fan does not turn freely, you must melt the ice or
snow with hot air before an engine operation.

(4) Look at the general condition of the fan spinner and fan blades, core
exhaust nozzle, LPT and external surfaces of the cowls.

(5) Do a check of the oil quantity. Make a check of the drain ports for
fuel, oil and hydraulic leaks (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-790-002). Also make
sure that fuel drained from the engine does not cause a fire.

Subtask 71-00-00-010-061

B. Open the fan cowl doors (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-040):


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

Subtask 71-00-00-040-056

C. Make the thrust reverser unserviceable (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-481-041).



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Subtask 71-00-00-010-066

D. Open the thrust-reverser doors to the 35 degrees position (Ref. TASK 78-
36-00-010-040):
FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR

Subtask 71-00-00-861-059

R E. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

R (1) Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-


002)

R (2) Do the EIS start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001)

Subtask 71-00-00-865-061

F. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
FOR 1000EM1
49VU ENGINE/1/FADEC A/AND EIU 1 2KS1 A04
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/OIL/PRESS 2EN1 N40
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/OIL/QTY 1EN1 N39
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/FADEC B/AND EIU 1 4KS1 R41
FOR 1000EM2
49VU ENGINE/2/FADEC A/AND EIU 2 2KS2 A05
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/OIL/PRESS 2EN2 N42
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/OIL/QTY 1EN2 N41
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FADEC B 4KS2 Q40



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Subtask 71-00-00-865-062

G. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU ENGINE/1 AND 2/IGN/SYS A 1JH A03
FOR 1000EM1
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG1/SYS B 3JH1 P41
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG1/SYS A BAT 2JH1 P39
FOR 1000EM2
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG2/SYS B 3JH2 P42
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG2/SYS A BAT 2JH2 P40

Subtask 71-00-00-869-092

H. Continue to prepare for test

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR PRESSURE IS IN THE


_______
CORRECT OPERATION RANGE BEFORE YOU START THE ENGINE. THE
HYDRAULIC FLUID IS NECESSARY TO LUBRICATE THE HYDRAULIC PUMPS
THAT THE ENGINE OPERATES.

(1) Supply the aircraft pneumatic system from a HP ground power unit or
the APU (Ref. TASK 36-12-00-860-001) or (Ref. TASK 36-12-00-860-002).

(2) Make sure that fire-fighting personnel is there.

(3) On the lower ECAM display unit:

(a) Get the HYDRAULIC page.

(b) Make sure that the pressure of the Green reservoir for the engine
1 (Yellow reservoir for the engine 2) is correct.

(c) Make sure that the reservoir fluid level is correct.

(4) Make sure that the engine 1(2) pump is serviceable (on the HYD/FUEL
panel 40VU, the OFF legend of the ENG 1(2) PUMP pushbutton switch
must be off).
R

Subtask 71-00-00-710-072

J. Do the operational test of the engine fire and overheat detection


(loop/squib) (Ref. TASK 26-12-00-710-001).



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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 71-00-00-710-073

A. Do this test:

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE ENG/MASTER 1(2) CONTROL SWITCH (ON THE PANEL
_______
115VU) IS SET TO OFF BEFORE YOU START THE FUEL PUMPS.

CAUTION : DURING THE WET MOTORING PROCEDURE THE ECAM WARNING MESSAGE
_______
ENGINE FAIL CAN COME INTO VIEW, IGNORE IT.

CAUTION : DO NOT OPERATE THE ENGINE IF THE FUEL INLET PRESSURE IS NOT
_______
POSITIVE (THE FUEL IS NECESSARY TO LUBRICATE THE ENGINE FUEL
PUMP AND THE HMU AND THUS PREVENT DAMAGE).

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the HYD/FUEL panel 40VU: - The OFF legends of these pushbutton


- Push all the FUEL/PUMPS switches go off.
pushbutton switches.

2. Make sure that the throttle


control lever of the engine 1(2)
is in the idle stop position
(zero on the graduated sector).

3. On the ENG panel 115VU:

- Set the On the lower ECAM display unit:


ENG/MODE/CRANK/NORM/IGN/START - The ENGINE page comes into view.
selector switch to CRANK. - Make sure that the available air
pressure is between 25 psi (1.7 bar)
and 55 psi (3.8 bar).
- Make sure that the quantity of oil in
the oil tank of the engine 1(2) is at
least 2.6 USgal (10 l).
- If necessary, fill the oil tank
(Ref. TASK 12-13-79-610-002)
(Ref. TASK 12-13-79-610-002).

4. On the overhead CTL & PNL panel - The ON legend of this pushbutton
22VU: switch comes on.
- Push the ENG/MAN START/1(2)
pushbutton switch.



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ACTION RESULT
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On the lower ECAM display unit, on the
ENGINE page:
- The symbol for the starter valve is
in the open position.

NOTE : Make sure that you do not go over the starter limits that follow:
____
- no engagement of the starter when the core speed is above 20
percent.
- the acceptable duty cycles can be performed by using one the three
following procedures:
- 4 consecutive cycles, each of 2 minutes duration with a 20 second
rest between 2 consecutive attempts. After 4 cycles, wait 15
minutes to allow starter to cool before you try a new start or
motoring.
- one 5 minute cycle followed by a cooling period of 2 minutes
after the first motoring and a 10 minutes interval between the
following ones.
- one 15 minute cycle followed by a 15 minute cooling period before
you try a new start or motoring.
It is recommended to use the 15 minute cycle only for cooling the
engine to do a borescope inspection.

NOTE : While the engine is motored, do a visual check for leaks at the fuel
____
and oil system tubes and manifolds.

5. When the N2 speed is between 15


and 20 percent, on the ENG panel
115VU:

- Set the ENG/MASTER 1(2) control On the upper ECAM display unit:
switch to ON. - The fuel flow indication FF
increases.

On the lower ECAM display unit:


- Make sure that the oil pressure
indication is positive.

NOTE : Do not turn the engine for more than 15 seconds with the ENG/MASTER
____
1(2) control switch in the ON position.

6. On the ENG panel 115VU: On the lower ECAM display unit:


- Set the ENG/MASTER 1(2) control - The symbol for the starter valve is
switch to OFF. in the closed position after the
reset of ECU.



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ACTION RESULT
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NOTE : After the reset of the ECU, the
____
ECU will command the starter
valve to open when the core
speed is 10 percent and the dry
motoring procedure is performed.

7. Motor the engine for 60 seconds. This will dry the fuel that can be in
the combustor.

8. After 60 seconds, on the overhead - The ON legend of this pushbutton


CTL & PNL panel 22VU: switch goes off.
- Release the ENG/MAN START/1(2) On the lower ECAM display unit:
pushbutton switch. - The symbol for the starter valve is
in the closed position.

9. On the panel ENG 115VU: On the lower ECAM display unit:


- Set the - The ENGINE page goes out of view.
ENG/MODE/CRANK/NORM/IGN/START
selector switch to NORM.

10. On the HYD/FUEL panel 40VU: - The OFF legends of these pushbutton
- Release all the FUEL/PUMPS switches come on.
pushbutton switches.

Subtask 71-00-00-200-053

B. During engine coastdown, while the components continue to turn listen for
unusual noise from these components.

NOTE : Clicking fan blades, gear noise and seal rubs are normal noise.
____

Subtask 71-00-00-210-053

C. Make a check of the engine, fan frame and turbine for unusual roughness.

(1) Safety precaution :

WARNING : DO NOT LET THE HMU TEMPERATURE EXCEED 100 DEG.C (212
_______
DEG.F).

NOTE : Hydromechanical Units (HMUs) that have fluorocarbon (Viton)


____
external seals (SB 73-015) can leak fuel for a short time when
they are below 0 deg.C (32.00 deg.F) (Modification 1 and 2)
(Ref. TASK 71-00-00-790-002). If the ambient temperature is



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below -40 deg.C (-40.00 deg.F) it is recommended to heat the
HMU (modification 1 and 2) to minimize leakage during starts
per the following procedure :

(a) Heat the HMU housing with a suitable hot air blower (Keco GH100,
Aerotech BT400-45 or equivalent) operating at 140 deg.C (284.00
deg.F) until the HMU housing temperature is greater than 25 deg.C
(77.00 deg.F).

NOTE : The HMU should be warm to the touch but not hot.
____

(2) Make a check of the fuel-nozzle manifold-shrouds for leaks. No leaks


are permitted.

(3) Fuel on the shrouds is an indication of a leak in the system.

(4) Make an inspection of the lubrication system lines, fittings and


accessories for leaks (Ref. TASK 79-00-00-210-003).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 71-00-00-869-093

A. If during the test the ECAM warning message ENG FAIL came into view ,
reset the two Flight Warning Computers (FWC). To do this open then close
the circuit breakers 2WW and 3WW.

Subtask 71-00-00-862-059

B. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).

Subtask 71-00-00-865-063

C. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
1JH
FOR 1000EM1
2JH1, 3JH1
FOR 1000EM2
2JH2, 3JH2



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Subtask 71-00-00-869-094

D. Put the aircraft back to its initial configuration.

(1) Stop the pneumatic supply to the aircraft:

(a) Disconnect the HP ground power unit or stop the APU.

(2) Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002).

Subtask 71-00-00-410-064

E. Close the thrust-reverser doors (Ref. TASK 78-36-00-410-040):


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

Subtask 71-00-00-440-056

F. Make the thrust reverser serviceable (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-081-041).

Subtask 71-00-00-410-068

G. Close the fan cowl doors (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-040):


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



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TASK 71-00-00-710-003

Engine Automatic Start

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT ALL ENGINE OPERATING AREAS ARE AS CLEAN AS POSSIBLE.
_______
ALL RAMPS, TAXIWAYS, RUNWAYS AND OTHER OPERATING AREAS MUST BE VERY
CLEAN TO PREVENT BAD DAMAGE TO THE ENGINE, AIRCRAFT AND PERSONS IN
THE AREA.

WARNING : DO NOT TRY TO STOP FAN FROM TURNING BY HAND. THIS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO
_______
THE PERSONS AND DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE LANDING GEAR GROUND SAFETIES AND THE WHEEL CHOCKS
_______
ARE IN POSITION.

WARNING : DO NOT DO AN ENGINE RUN-UP WITH THE THRUST REVERSER COWLS OPEN. DO
_______
NOT DO AN ENGINE RUN-UP WITH THE FAN COWLS OPEN AND SAFETIED BY THE
HOLD-OPEN ROD IF YOU OPERATE THE ENGINE AT POWER HIGHER THAN IDLE.

WARNING : - ENGINE OPERATION MUST NOT EXCEED MINIMUM IDLE WHEN PERSONNEL ARE IN
_______
ENTRY/EXIT CORRIDOR.
- POSITIVE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE FLIGHT COMPARTMENT AND PERSONNEL
IN ENTRY EXIT CORRIDOR IS NECESSARY.
- INLET AND EXHAUST HAZARD AREAS MUST BE STRICTLY OBSERVED BY
PERSONNEL IN ENTRY/EXIT CORRIDOR.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT:


_______
- THE PASSENGER DOORS ARE CLOSED AND THE PASSENGER LOADING STAIRS ARE
REMOVED WHEN AT LEAST ONE ENGINE IS OPERATED ABOVE IDLE POWER.
- THE CARGO DOORS ARE CLOSED AND CARGO LOADING EQUIPMENT IS REMOVED
WHEN:
. ENGINE 2 IS OPERATED AT IDLE OR ABOVE
. AT LEAST ONE ENGINE IS OPERATED ABOVE IDLE POWER
IF YOU DO NOT OBEY THESE PRECAUTIONS INJURY TO THE PERSONNEL AND
DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT AND/OR EQUIPMENT CAN OCCUR.



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WARNING : BEFORE YOU OPERATE THE ENGINES AT POWER SETTINGS ABOVE IDLE, MAKE
_______
SURE THAT THERE IS NO RISK OF PRE-PRESSURIZATION OR RESIDUAL PRESSURE
IN THE AIRCRAFT AFTER SUBSEQUENT ENGINE SHUTDOWN.
TO DO THIS, MAKE SURE THAT THE AIR CONDITIONING OUTFLOW VALVES ARE
OPEN DURING ALL THE TEST. TO OPEN THE VALVES:
- SET THE CABIN PRESSURE MODE TO MANUAL. THEN SET THE CABIN
PRESS/MAN/V/S CTL SWITCH TO UP. THE DITCHING FUNCTION MUST NOT BE
SET TO ON.
OR
- SET THE RAM AIR INLET TO OPEN (THE OVERFLOW VALVES ARE THEN IN THE
50% OPEN POSITION).
IF PERSONS TRY TO OPEN A DOOR WHEN THERE IS RESIDUAL PRESSURE IN THE
AIRCRAFT:
- THE DOOR CAN OPEN WITH DANGEROUS SUDDEN FORCE, AND
- THERE IS A RISK OF BAD INJURY OR DEATH, AND
- THERE CAN BE DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE
_______
CLEAR BEFORE YOU MOTOR THE ENGINE. MOVEMENT OF THE FLIGHT CONTROL
SURFACES CAN BE DANGEROUS AND/OR CAUSE DAMAGE.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT FOR THE ENGINE GROUND RUN TEST :
_______
- THE AIRCRAFT IS IN A CLEAR AREA SPECIFIED FOR ENGINE GROUND RUN
WITH NO OBSTACLE NEARER THAN 50 METERS (164 FT.) IN FRONT OF THE THE
AIRCRAFT.
- THE AIRCRAFT IS STOPPED AND CANNOT MOVE DURING THE ENGINE GROUND
RUN. IF DURING THE ENGINE GROUND RUN TEST THE AIRCRAFT DOES START TO
MOVE FORWARD :
- DECREASE THE ENGINE THRUST IMMEDIATELY,
- STOP THE AIRCRAFT WITH THE PARKING BRAKE.

CAUTION : - SEE THE APPLICABLE FIGURE FOR WIND LIMIT RESTRICTIONS WHEN THE
_______
ENGINE OPERATES.
- NATURAL WINDS AND IRREGULAR FORCES FROM SUDDEN GUSTS INCREASE THE
DANGEROUS AREA.
- DO NOT GO ABOVE OPEN COWLING LIMITATIONS WHEN YOU DO THE TESTS.
- THE OPERATOR MUST FULLY KNOW ALL THE OPERATING LIMITS AND
PROCEDURES BEFORE ENGINE OPERATES.

CAUTION : OPERATION AT MINIMUM IDLE IN ICING CONDITIONS IS PERMITTED FOR


_______
EXTENDED PERIODS. IF THE CONDITION CONTINUES FOR MORE THAN 30 MINUTES
, OR IF IMPORTANT ENGINE VIBRATION OCCURS; YOU MUST INCREASE THE
ENGINE SPEED TO 70 PERCENT N1 MINIMUM FOR APPROXIMATELY 15 SECONDS
BEFORE YOU SELECT A HIGHER THRUST OPERATION.



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CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS NO HYDRAULIC GROUND POWER SUPPLY CONNECTED TO
_______
THE AIRCRAFT WHEN YOU DO THIS PROCEDURE. IF A GROUND POWER SUPPLY IS
CONNECTED, THERE IS A RISK OF DAMAGE TO THE ENGINE PUMPS.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)


98F10103500000 2 CHOCK-MLG,ENGINE RUN-UP

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. CP2499 *


Kilfrost ABC3 (Ref. 70-30-00)

C. Referenced Information

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

12-13-79-610-002 Check oil level and replenish Check Pop Out Indicator
of EMCD (Electrical Master Chip Detector)
12-13-79-610-002 Check oil level and replenish (Pressure Filling)
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
26-12-00-710-001 Operational Check of Loop/Squib
29-10-00-863-002 Pressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure
36-12-00-860-001 Pressurization of the Bleed System with the APU



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

36-12-00-860-002 Pressurization of the Bleed System through the HP


Ground Connector
71-00-00-710-028 Engine Shutdown
71-00-00-790-002 Fuel or Hydraulic or Oil Leakage Limits
71-00-00-869-003 Wind Limitations During Engine Ground Operations
71-00-00-869-004 Safety Precautions During Engine Ground Operations

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 71-00-00-869-095

A. Preparation for Test

NOTE : If a Post Flight Report (PFR) is necessary after the ground run,
____
enter a new flight number thru the MCDU (at least one dummy
character is sufficient)

(1) Obey the wind limitations and (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-004) during
engine ground operations (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-003).

(2) Put chocks in position in front of each forward outboard MLG weel.

NOTE : If engine start is followed by a high power run, use CHOCK-


____
MLG,ENGINE RUN-UP (98F10103500000).

(3) Make sure that the engine inlet and exhaust covers are removed. Make
sure that these areas are clear of unwanted objects.

(4) Make a visual check of the temperature sensors, fan inlet, and
exhaust areas. If snow or ice has collected in the fan duct, make
sure that the fan turns freely. Also, make sure that the engine
inlet, inlet lip, fan, spinner, and fan exhaust duct are clear of ice
or snow. If the fan does not turn freely, melt the ice or snow with
hot air before an engine operation.

WARNING : DEICING/ANTI-ICING FLUID IS DANGEROUS. USE RUBBER GLOVES


_______
AND EYE PROTECTION. KEEP THE FLUID AWAY FROM HEAT AND AN
OPEN FLAME. PROVIDE ADEQUATE VENTILATION.

CAUTION : USE ONLY GLYCOL ALCOHOL AS A DEICING/ANTI-ICING MIXTURE.


_______
METHANOL CAN CAUSE CORROSION TO ENGINE PARTS MADE OF
TITANIUM.



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(5) If it is necessary, deice or anti-ice the fan blades with Kilfrost
ABC3 (Material No. CP2499).

(a) Prepare the deicing/anti-icing fluid with the table given below :

CONCENTRATION OF HEATED WATER/DEICER FLUID (VOL %)

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| OAT deg C (Deg F) | DEICING | ANTI-ICING |
|----------------------|--------------------------------|--------------------|
| | WATER HEATED TO 60 DEG C | |
| -3 (27) and above | (140 deg F) MINIMUM OR HEATED | 50/50 WATER/DEICER |
| | MIX OF DEICER WITH WATER | |
|----------------------|--------------------------------|--------------------|
| | | |
| -4 to -7 (19 to 26) | 50/50 HEATED WATER/DEICER | 50/50 WATER/DEICER |
| | | |
|----------------------|--------------------------------|--------------------|
| | | |
| -8 to -14 (7 to 18) | 50/50 HEATED WATER/DEICER | 25/75 WATER/DEICER |
| | | |
|----------------------|--------------------------------|--------------------|
| | | |
| -15 to -17 (1 to 6) | 50/50 HEATED WATER/DEICER | 100% DEICER |
| | | |
|----------------------|--------------------------------|--------------------|
| | | |
| -18 to -25 (-13 to 0)| 75/25 HEATED WATER/DEICER | 100% DEICER |
| | | |
|----------------------|-----------------------------------------------------|
| | SAE TYPE II FLUIDS CAN BE USED AS |
| | DEICING/ANTI-ICING AGENTS, IF A 7 DEG C (13 DEG F) |
| | BUFFER IS MAINTAINED BETWEEN THE FREEZING POINT OF |
| -26 (-14) and below | THE CONCENTRATED FLUID AND OAT. |
| | IN ALL CONDITIONS THIS TEMPERATURE MUST NOT BE |
| | LOWER THAN THE LOWEST OPERATIONAL TEMPERATURE AS |
| | DEFINED BY THE AERODYNAMIC ACCEPTANCE TEST OF THE |
| | MANUFACTURER. |
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

NOTE : Hot water above 60 deg C (140 deg F) is more efficient.


____

(b) Apply the deicing/anti-icing mixture using a soaked clean cloth


on the frozen fan blades.

(6) Look at the general condition of the fan spinner and fan blades, core
exhaust nozzle, LPT and external surfaces of the cowls.



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(7) Make a check of the drain ports for fuel, oil and hydraulic leaks
(Ref. TASK 71-00-00-790-002). Also make sure that fuel drained from
the engine does not cause a fire.

NOTE : In case of
____ extreme cold weather condition (OAT < -20 deg.C),
fuel leaks from the drain may occur and should not be
considered as abnormal. Therefore, check for fuel leaks at the
drain mast shall be performed with the engine fully stabilized
at idle.

Subtask 71-00-00-861-060

B. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

Subtask 71-00-00-865-064

C. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU ENGINE/1 AND 2/IGN/SYS A 1JH A03
FOR 1000EM1
49VU ENGINE/1/FADEC A/AND EIU 1 2KS1 A04
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/OIL/PRESS 2EN1 N40
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/OIL/QTY 1EN1 N39
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/ENG2/OIL/PRESS 2EN2 N42
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/OIL/QTY 1EN2 N41
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG2/SYS B 3JH2 P42
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG2/SYS A BAT 2JH2 P40
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FADEC B 4KS2 Q40



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Subtask 71-00-00-865-065

D. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/AOA/1 4DA1 D04
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/1 2DA1 D03
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PITOT/1 3DA1 D02

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-052, 054-056, 058-059, 061-099, 101-101, 103-149,


151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
Post SB 30-1037 For A/C 001-049,051-052,054-056,

49VU ANTI ICE/RAIN/RPLNT/CAPT 1DB1 D01

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

122VU ANTI ICE/WINDOWS/R 4DG2 W14


122VU ANTI ICE/WINDOWS/L 4DG1 X14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/3 2DA3 Y16
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/TAT 1DA2 Y15
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/PITOT 3DA2 Y14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/AOA 4DA2 Y13
R 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/2 2DA2 Y12
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/STATIC 5DA2 Y11
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/PITOT 3DA3 Z16
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/AOA 4DA3 Z15
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/STATIC 5DA3 Z14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/STATIC 5DA1 Z13
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/TAT 1DA1 Z12

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-052, 054-056, 058-059, 061-099, 101-101, 103-149,


151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
Post SB 30-1037 For A/C 001-049,051-052,054-056,

122VU ANTI ICE/RAIN/RPLNT/F/O 1DB2 W11



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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-869-096

E. Continue to prepare for test

(1) Do the EIS start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001) .

(2) Make sure that fire-fighting personnel is there.

(3) On the lower ECAM display unit:

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR PRESSURE IS IN THE


_______
CORRECT OPERATION RANGE BEFORE YOU START THE ENGINE. THE
HYDRAULIC FLUID IS NECESSARY TO LUBRICATE THE HYDRAULIC
PUMPS THAT THE ENGINE OPERATES.

(a) Get the HYDRAULIC page.

(b) Make sure that the pressure of the Green reservoir for the engine
1 (Yellow reservoir for the engine 2) is correct.

(c) Make sure that the reservoir fluid level is correct.

(4) Make sure that the engine 1(2) pump is serviceable (on the ENG panel
40VU, the OFF legend of the ENG 1(2) PUMP pushbutton switch must be
off).

Subtask 71-00-00-710-074

F. Do the operational test of the engine fire and overheat detection


(loop/squib) (Ref. TASK 26-12-00-710-001).

Subtask 71-00-00-869-097

G. Continue to prepare for test

(1) On the RUD TRIM/PARKING BRK panel 110VU:

(a) Make sure that the parking-brake control switch is set to ON.

(2) On the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Make sure that the ENG/MASTER 1(2) control switch is set to OFF.



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(3) Make sure that the throttle control lever of the engine 1(2) is in
the idle stop position (zero on the graduated sector).

(4) On the center instrument panel 400VU, make sure that:

(a) The brake pressure indication on the brake Yellow-pressure


triple-indicator is correct. If necessary, pressurize the brake
accumulator with Yellow Pump (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-863-002).

(b) The landing-gear normal control-lever is in the DOWN position.

(5) Make sure that the interphone system operates correctly.

(6) Make sure that the aircraft is cleared and that no one stays in the
dangerous areas.

(7) On the lower ECAM display unit:

(a) Get the FUEL page. Make sure that there is the correct quantity
of fuel in the fuel tanks to run the engine.

(8) On the ENG panel 40VU:

(a) If there is fuel in the Center tank, make sure that MODE SEL is
in AUTO (the MAN legend off).

(b) Push all the FUEL/PUMPS pushbutton switches (the OFF legends of
these pushbutton switches go off).

(9) Supply the aircraft pneumatic system from a HP ground power unit or
the APU (Ref. TASK 36-12-00-860-001) or (Ref. TASK 36-12-00-860-002).

NOTE : The minimum recommended starter air supply pressure is 25 PSI,


____
when the start valve is open.
Two external pneumatic power units may be used in parallel, if
the pressure/flow relation is expected to be marginal.

(10) On the overhead CTL & PNL panel 25VU:

(a) Set the EXT LT/BEACON switch to ON



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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 71-00-00-710-075-A

A. Do this test:

WARNING : AFTER AN ABORT OF THE ENGINE STARTING SEQUENCE, A DRY CRANK, TO


_______
REMOVE FUEL VAPOURS, WILL OCCUR, ACCOMPANIED BY ECAM MESSAGE:
- AUTO CRANK IN PROGRESS
ON COMPLETION OF THE DRY CRANK, ALWAYS PUT THE ENG/MASTER
SWITCH BACK TO THE OFF POSITION WHEN INSTRUCTED BY ECAM
MESSAGE:
- ENG MASTER OFF.
IF YOU ONLY CHANGE THE POSITION OF THE ENGINE MODE SELECTOR
SWITCH (FROM IGN/START TO NORM), THE FADEC SYSTEM WILL NOT
COMPLETE THE ABORT. THERE IS THUS A RISK THAT THE ENGINE WILL
START. THIS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS.

CAUTION : DO NOT OPERATE THE ENGINE IF THE FUEL INLET PRESSURE IS NOT
_______
POSITIVE (THE FUEL IS NECESSARY TO LUBRICATE THE ENGINE FUEL
PUMP AND THE HMU AND THUS PREVENT DAMAGE).

CAUTION : MONITOR THE START CYCLE VERY CAREFULLY WHEN THE STARTER AIR
_______
INLET PRESSURE IS LOWER THAN RECOMMENDED (SPECIAL OPERATION
CONDITIONS). THIS CAN CAUSE LONGER TIMES TO GO TO IDLE AND
HIGHER EGT PEAKS.

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ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the ENG panel 115VU: On the lower ECAM display unit:


- Set the - The ENGINE page comes into view.
ENG/MODE/CRANK/NORM/IGN/START Make sure that:
selector switch to IGN/START. - The air pressure is between 25 psi
(1.7 bar) and 55 psi (3.8 bar).
- The oil quantity is correct.
If necessary, fill the oil tank
(Ref. TASK 12-13-79-610-002) or
(Ref. TASK 12-13-79-610-002).

NOTE : The oil level in the oil tank can go down by 1.6 USgal (6 l) during
____
start.

2. On the ENG panel 115VU: On the lower ECAM display unit, on the
- Set the ENG/MASTER 1(2) control ENGINE page:



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ACTION RESULT
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switch to ON. - The symbol for the starter valve
On the upper ECAM display unit: opens.
- Monitor the important - At approximately 16 percents N2, the
parameters N1, N2, EGT, FF. A or B indication comes into view
On the lower ECAM display unit: below IGN.
- Monitor the oil pressure. - At 50 percent N2:
The symbol for the starter valve is
in the closed position.
The A or B indication goes out of
view.

NOTE : When the pack valves start to close the FAULT legend of the AIR/COND
____
PACK1/2 pushbutton switches on the AIR COND panel 30VU come on until
the pack valves are fully closed.

NOTE : The engine operates at a stabilized ground idle only when there is a
____
positive oil pressure indication.
High oil pressure peaks can occur in cold weather because of high oil
viscosity. The pressure decreases as the temperature of the oil
increases.
Ignition automatically starts at 16 percent N2 and the fuel
automatically starts at 22 percent N2. The starter and the ignition
automatically stop at approximately 50 percent N2.
Engine light-off usually occurs at approximately 10 seconds after you
beginning of the start attempt (starter shutoff valve open) and
within 2-3 seconds after the FADEC selects the fuel on.
If the engine light-off does not occur within 10 seconds (15 seconds
for extreme cold conditions), the FADEC system automatically stops
the ignition, the fuel flow, and dry motors the engine for 30
seconds.
Twenty-five (25) seconds into the dry motoring time, the FADEC
systems energizes the two igniters and at 30 seconds, selects the
fuel to on.
If when you tryed to start the engine for the second time there is no
light-off within 10 seconds (15 seconds for extreme cold conditions),
the FADEC system automatically stops the two igniters, the fuel flow
and the starter. There is a dry motoring of the engine during after
which the FADEC system will select a start abort. This will cause a
start abort indication to come on on the upper ECAM display unit.
If this occurs, on the ENG panel 115VU:
- Set the ENG/MODE/CRANK/NORM/IGN/START selector switch to NORM.
- Set the ENG/MASTER 1(2) switch to OFF.
- After the starter is cool, the operator must make a decision: try
another auto or manual start or stop and correct the problem.



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ACTION RESULT
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3. When the engine idle speed is
stable, on the ENG panel 115VU:
- Set the
ENG/MODE/CRANK/NORM/IGN/START
selector switch to NORM.

NOTE : It is recommended that the engine operates at or near idle for a


____
minimum of 2 minutes before you increase to high power. You must move
the throttle control lever slowly, carefully and smoothly when
possible.

NOTE : You can use taxi time at or near idle as part of the 2 minute warm-up
____
time.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 71-00-00-869-098

A. At the end of the test stop the engine(s) (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).

(1) On the overhead CTL & IND panel 25VU:

(a) Set the EXT LT/BEACON switch to OFF

(2) Stop the pneumatic supply to the aircraft:

(a) Disconnect the HP ground power unit or stop the APU.

(3) Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002).

Subtask 71-00-00-862-060

B. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).



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TASK 71-00-00-710-004

Engine Manual Start

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT ALL ENGINE OPERATING AREAS ARE AS CLEAN AS POSSIBLE.
_______
ALL RAMPS, TAXIWAYS, RUNWAYS AND OTHER OPERATING AREAS MUST BE VERY
CLEAN TO PREVENT BAD DAMAGE TO THE ENGINE, AIRCRAFT AND PERSONS IN
THE AREA.

WARNING : DO NOT TRY TO STOP FAN FROM TURNING BY HAND. THIS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO
_______
THE PERSONS AND DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE LANDING GEAR GROUND SAFETIES AND THE WHEEL CHOCKS
_______
ARE IN POSITION.

WARNING : DO NOT DO AN ENGINE RUN-UP WITH THE THRUST REVERSER COWLS OPEN. DO
_______
NOT DO AN ENGINE RUN-UP WITH THE FAN COWLS OPEN AND SAFETIED BY THE
HOLD-OPEN ROD IF YOU OPERATE THE ENGINE AT POWER HIGHER THAN IDLE.

WARNING : - ENGINE OPERATION MUST NOT EXCEED MINIMUM IDLE WHEN PERSONNEL ARE IN
_______
ENTRY/EXIT CORRIDOR.
- POSITIVE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE FLIGHT COMPARTMENT AND PERSONNEL
IN ENTRY EXIT CORRIDOR IS NECESSARY.
- INLET AND EXHAUST HAZARD AREAS MUST BE STRICTLY OBSERVED BY
PERSONNEL IN ENTRY/EXIT CORRIDOR.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT:


_______
- THE PASSENGER DOORS ARE CLOSED AND THE PASSENGER LOADING STAIRS ARE
REMOVED WHEN AT LEAST ONE ENGINE IS OPERATED ABOVE IDLE POWER.
- THE CARGO DOORS ARE CLOSED AND CARGO LOADING EQUIPMENT IS REMOVED
WHEN:
. ENGINE 2 IS OPERATED AT IDLE OR ABOVE
. AT LEAST ONE ENGINE IS OPERATED ABOVE IDLE POWER
IF YOU DO NOT OBEY THESE PRECAUTIONS INJURY TO THE PERSONNEL AND
DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT AND/OR EQUIPMENT CAN OCCUR.



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WARNING : BEFORE YOU OPERATE THE ENGINES AT POWER SETTINGS ABOVE IDLE, MAKE
_______
SURE THAT THERE IS NO RISK OF PRE-PRESSURIZATION OR RESIDUAL PRESSURE
IN THE AIRCRAFT AFTER SUBSEQUENT ENGINE SHUTDOWN.
TO DO THIS, MAKE SURE THAT THE AIR CONDITIONING OUTFLOW VALVES ARE
OPEN DURING ALL THE TEST. TO OPEN THE VALVES:
- SET THE CABIN PRESSURE MODE TO MANUAL. THEN SET THE CABIN
PRESS/MAN/V/S CTL SWITCH TO UP. THE DITCHING FUNCTION MUST NOT BE
SET TO ON.
OR
- SET THE RAM AIR INLET TO OPEN (THE OVERFLOW VALVES ARE THEN IN THE
50% OPEN POSITION).
IF PERSONS TRY TO OPEN A DOOR WHEN THERE IS RESIDUAL PRESSURE IN THE
AIRCRAFT:
- THE DOOR CAN OPEN WITH DANGEROUS SUDDEN FORCE, AND
- THERE IS A RISK OF BAD INJURY OR DEATH, AND
- THERE CAN BE DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE TRAVEL RANGES OF THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE
_______
CLEAR BEFORE YOU MOTOR THE ENGINE. MOVEMENT OF THE FLIGHT CONTROL
SURFACES CAN BE DANGEROUS AND/OR CAUSE DAMAGE.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT FOR THE ENGINE GROUND RUN TEST :
_______
- THE AIRCRAFT IS IN A CLEAR AREA SPECIFIED FOR ENGINE GROUND RUN
WITH NO OBSTACLE NEARER THAN 50 METERS (164 FT.) IN FRONT OF THE THE
AIRCRAFT.
- THE AIRCRAFT IS STOPPED AND CANNOT MOVE DURING THE ENGINE GROUND
RUN. IF DURING THE ENGINE GROUND RUN TEST THE AIRCRAFT DOES START TO
MOVE FORWARD :
- DECREASE THE ENGINE THRUST IMMEDIATELY,
- STOP THE AIRCRAFT WITH THE PARKING BRAKE.

CAUTION : - SEE THE APPLICABLE FIGURE FOR WIND LIMIT RESTRICTIONS WHEN THE
_______
ENGINE OPERATES.
- NATURAL WINDS AND IRREGULAR FORCES FROM SUDDEN GUSTS INCREASE THE
DANGEROUS AREA.
- DO NOT GO ABOVE OPEN COWLING LIMITATIONS WHEN YOU DO THE TESTS.
- THE OPERATOR MUST FULLY KNOW ALL THE OPERATING LIMITS AND
PROCEDURES BEFORE ENGINE OPERATES.

CAUTION : OPERATION AT MINIMUM IDLE IN ICING CONDITIONS IS PERMITTED FOR


_______
EXTENDED PERIODS. IF THE CONDITION CONTINUES FOR MORE THAN 30 MINUTES
, OR IF IMPORTANT ENGINE VIBRATION OCCURS; YOU MUST INCREASE THE
ENGINE SPEED TO 70 PERCENT N1 MINIMUM FOR APPROXIMATELY 15 SECONDS
BEFORE YOU SELECT A HIGHER THRUST OPERATION.



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CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS NO HYDRAULIC GROUND POWER SUPPLY CONNECTED TO
_______
THE AIRCRAFT WHEN YOU DO THIS PROCEDURE. IF A GROUND POWER SUPPLY IS
CONNECTED, THERE IS A RISK OF DAMAGE TO THE ENGINE PUMPS.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

The manual mode lets the flight crew control the starter valve and the HP
valve independently as necessary.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)


98F10103500000 2 CHOCK-MLG,ENGINE RUN-UP

B. Consumable Materials

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

Material No. CP2499 *


Kilfrost ABC3 (Ref. 70-30-00)

C. Referenced Information

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

12-13-79-610-002 Check oil level and replenish Check Pop Out Indicator
of EMCD (Electrical Master Chip Detector)
12-13-79-610-002 Check oil level and replenish (Pressure Filling)
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
26-12-00-710-001 Operational Check of Loop/Squib
29-10-00-863-002 Pressurize the Yellow Hydraulic System
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure
36-12-00-860-001 Pressurization of the Bleed System with the APU



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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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36-12-00-860-002 Pressurization of the Bleed System through the HP


Ground Connector
71-00-00-710-028 Engine Shutdown
71-00-00-790-002 Fuel or Hydraulic or Oil Leakage Limits
71-00-00-869-003 Wind Limitations During Engine Ground Operations
71-00-00-869-004 Safety Precautions During Engine Ground Operations

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 71-00-00-869-099

A. Preparation for test

NOTE : If a Post Flight Report (PFR) is necessary after the ground run,
____
enter a new flight number thru the MCDU (at least one dummy
character is sufficient).

(1) Obey the wind limitations and safety precautions during engine ground
operations (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-003) and (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-
004).

(2) Put chocks in position in front of each forward outboard MLG weel.

NOTE : If engine start is followed by a high power run, use CHOCK-


____
MLG,ENGINE RUN-UP (98F10103500000).

(3) Make sure that the engine inlet and exhaust covers have been removed.
Make sure that these areas are clear of any foreign objects.

(4) Make a visual check of the temperature sensors, fan inlet, and
exhaust areas. If snow or ice has collected in the fan duct, make
sure that the fan turns freely. Also, make sure that the engine
inlet, inlet lip, fan, spinner, and fan exhaust duct are clear of ice
or snow. If the fan does not turn freely, melt the ice or snow with
hot air before an engine operation.

WARNING : DEICING/ANTI-ICING FLUID IS DANGEROUS. USE RUBBER GLOVES


_______
AND EYE PROTECTION. KEEP THE FLUID AWAY FROM HEAT AND AN
OPEN FLAME. PROVIDE ADEQUATE VENTILATION.

CAUTION : USE ONLY GLYCOL ALCOHOL AS A DEICING/ANTI-ICING MIXTURE.


_______
METHANOL CAN CAUSE CORROSION TO ENGINE PARTS MADE OF
TITANIUM.



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(5) If it is necessary, deice or anti-ice the fan blades with Kilfrost
ABC3 (Material No. CP2499).

(a) Prepare the deicing/anti-icing fluid with the table given below :

CONCENTRATION OF HEATED WATER/DEICER FLUID (VOL %)

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| OAT deg C (Deg F) | DEICING | ANTI-ICING |
|----------------------|--------------------------------|--------------------|
| | WATER HEATED TO 60 DEG C | |
| -3 (27) and above | (140 deg F) MINIMUM OR HEATED | 50/50 WATER/DEICER |
| | MIX OF DEICER WITH WATER | |
|----------------------|--------------------------------|--------------------|
| | | |
| -4 to -7 (19 to 26) | 50/50 HEATED WATER/DEICER | 50/50 WATER/DEICER |
| | | |
|----------------------|--------------------------------|--------------------|
| | | |
| -8 to -14 (7 to 18) | 50/50 HEATED WATER/DEICER | 25/75 WATER/DEICER |
| | | |
|----------------------|--------------------------------|--------------------|
| | | |
| -15 to -17 (1 to 6) | 50/50 HEATED WATER/DEICER | 100% DEICER |
| | | |
|----------------------|--------------------------------|--------------------|
| | | |
| -18 to -25 (-13 to 0)| 75/25 HEATED WATER/DEICER | 100% DEICER |
| | | |
|----------------------|-----------------------------------------------------|
| | SAE TYPE II FLUIDS CAN BE USED AS |
| | DEICING/ANTI-ICING AGENTS, IF A 7 DEG C (13 DEG F) |
| | BUFFER IS MAINTAINED BETWEEN THE FREEZING POINT OF |
| -26 (-14) and below | THE CONCENTRATED FLUID AND OAT. |
| | IN ALL CONDITIONS THIS TEMPERATURE MUST NOT BE |
| | LOWER THAN THE LOWEST OPERATIONAL TEMPERATURE AS |
| | DEFINED BY THE AERODYNAMIC ACCEPTANCE TEST OF THE |
| | MANUFACTURER. |
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

NOTE : Hot water above 60 deg C (140 deg F) is more efficient.


____

(b) Apply the deicing/anti-icing mixture using a soaked clean cloth


on the frozen fan blades.

(6) Look at the general condition of the fan spinner and fan blades, core
exhaust nozzle, LPT and external surfaces of the cowls.



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(7) Check oil quantity. Make a check of the drain ports for fuel, oil and
hydraulic leaks (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-790-002). Also make sure that
fuel drained from the engine does not cause a fire.

NOTE : In case of
____ extreme cold weather condition (OAT < -20 deg.C),
fuel leaks from the drain may occur and should not be
considered as abnormal. Therefore, check for fuel leaks at the
drain mast shall be performed with the engine fully stabilized
at idle.

Subtask 71-00-00-861-061

B. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

Subtask 71-00-00-865-066

C. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU ENGINE/1 AND 2/IGN/SYS A 1JH A03
FOR 1000EM1
49VU ENGINE/1/FADEC A/AND EIU 1 2KS1 A04
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/OIL/PRESS 2EN1 N40
121VU ENGINE/ENG1/OIL/QTY 1EN1 N39
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/ENG2/OIL/PRESS 2EN2 N42
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/OIL/QTY 1EN2 N41
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG2/SYS B 3JH2 P42
121VU ENGINE/IGN/ENG2/SYS A BAT 2JH2 P40
121VU ENGINE/ENG2/FADEC B 4KS2 Q40



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Subtask 71-00-00-865-067

D. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/AOA/1 4DA1 D04
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/1 2DA1 D03
49VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PITOT/1 3DA1 D02

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-052, 054-056, 058-059, 061-099, 101-101, 103-149,


151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
Post SB 30-1037 For A/C 001-049,051-052,054-056,

49VU ANTI ICE/RAIN/RPLNT/CAPT 1DB1 D01

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

122VU ANTI ICE/WINDOWS/R 4DG2 W14


122VU ANTI ICE/WINDOWS/L 4DG1 X14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/3 2DA3 Y16
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/TAT 1DA2 Y15
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/PITOT 3DA2 Y14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/AOA 4DA2 Y13
R 122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/PHC/2 2DA2 Y12
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/2/STATIC 5DA2 Y11
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/PITOT 3DA3 Z16
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/AOA 4DA3 Z15
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/3/STATIC 5DA3 Z14
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/STATIC 5DA1 Z13
122VU ANTI ICE/PROBES/1/TAT 1DA1 Z12

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-052, 054-056, 058-059, 061-099, 101-101, 103-149,


151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
Post SB 30-1037 For A/C 001-049,051-052,054-056,

122VU ANTI ICE/RAIN/RPLNT/F/O 1DB2 W11



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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-869-100

E. Continue to prepare for test

(1) Do the EIS start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

(2) Make sure that fire fighting personnel is there.

(3) On the lower ECAM display unit:

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR PRESSURE IS IN THE


_______
CORRECT OPERATION RANGE BEFORE YOU START THE ENGINE. THE
HYDRAULIC FLUID IS NECESSARY TO LUBRICATE THE HYDRAULIC
PUMPS THAT THE ENGINE OPERATES.

(a) Get the HYDRAULIC page.

(b) Make sure that the pressure of the Green reservoir for the engine
1 (Yellow reservoir for the engine 2) is correct.

(c) Make sure that the reservoir fluid level is correct.

(4) Make sure that the engine 1(2) pump is serviceable (on the HYD/FUEL
panel 40VU, the OFF legend of the ENG 1(2) PUMP pushbutton switch
must be off).

Subtask 71-00-00-710-076

F. Do the operational test of the engine fire and overheat detection


(loop/squib) (Ref. TASK 26-12-00-710-001).

Subtask 71-00-00-869-101

G. Continue to prepare for test

(1) On the RUD TRIM/PARKING BRK panel 110VU:

(a) Make sure that the parking-brake control switch is set to ON.

(2) On the ENG panel 115VU:

(a) Make sure that the ENG/MASTER 1(2) control switch is set to OFF.



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(3) Make sure that the throttle control lever of the engine 1(2) is in
the idle stop position (zero on the graduated sector).

(4) On the center instrument panel 400VU, make sure that:

(a) The brake pressure indication on the brake Yellow-pressure


triple-indicator is correct. If necessary, pressurize the brake
accumulator with Yellow pump (Ref. TASK 29-10-00-863-002).

(b) The landing-gear normal control-lever is in the DOWN position.

(5) Make sure that the interphone system operates correctly.

(6) Make sure that the aircraft is cleared and that nobody remains in the
dangerous areas.

(7) On the lower ECAM display unit:

(a) Get the FUEL page. Make sure that there is the correct quantity
of fuel in the fuel tanks to run the engine.

(8) On the HYD/FUEL panel 40VU:

(a) If there is fuel in the Center tank, make sure that MODE SEL is
in AUTO (the MAN legend off).

(b) Push all the FUEL/PUMPS pushbutton switches (the OFF legends of
these pushbutton switches go off).

(9) Supply the aircraft pneumatic system from a HP ground power unit or
the APU (Ref. TASK 36-12-00-860-001) or (Ref. TASK 36-12-00-860-002).

NOTE : The minimum recommended starter air supply pressure is 25 PSI,


____
when the start valve is open.
Two external pneumatic power units may be used in parallel, if
the pressure/flow relation is expected to be marginal.

(10) On the overhead CTL & IND panel 25VU:

(a) Set the EXT LT/BEACON switch to ON.



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4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 71-00-00-710-077-A

A. Do this test:

WARNING : AFTER AN ABORT OF THE ENGINE STARTING SEQUENCE, A DRY CRANK, TO


_______
REMOVE FUEL VAPOURS, WILL OCCUR, ACCOMPANIED BY ECAM MESSAGE:
- AUTO CRANK IN PROGRESS
ON COMPLETION OF THE DRY CRANK, ALWAYS PUT THE ENG/MASTER
SWITCH BACK TO THE OFF POSITION WHEN INSTRUCTED BY ECAM
MESSAGE:
- ENG MASTER OFF.
IF YOU ONLY CHANGE THE POSITION OF THE ENGINE MODE SELECTOR
SWITCH (FROM IGN/START TO NORM), THE FADEC SYSTEM WILL NOT
COMPLETE THE ABORT. THERE IS THUS A RISK THAT THE ENGINE WILL
START. THIS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS.

CAUTION : DO NOT OPERATE THE ENGINE IF THE FUEL INLET PRESSURE IS NOT
_______
POSITIVE (THE FUEL IS NECESSARY TO LUBRICATE THE ENGINE FUEL
PUMP AND THE HMU AND THUS PREVENT DAMAGE).

CAUTION : MONITOR THE START CYCLE VERY CAREFULLY WHEN THE STARTER AIR
_______
INLET PRESSURE IS LOWER THAN RECOMMENDED (SPECIAL OPERATION
CONDITIONS). THIS CAN CAUSE LONGER TIMES TO GO TO IDLE AND
HIGHER EGT PEAKS.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the ENG panel 115VU: On the lower ECAM display unit:


- Set the - The ENGINE page comes into view.
ENG/MODE/CRANK/NORM/IGN/START - Make sure that:
selector switch to IGN/START. the air pressure is between 25 psi
(1.7 bar) and 55 psi (3.8 bar).
the oil quantity is correct.

If necessary, fill the oil tank


(Ref. TASK 12-13-79-610-002) or
(Ref. TASK 12-13-79-610-002).

2. On the overhead CTL & IND panel - The ON legend of this pushbutton
22VU: switch comes on.
- Push the ENG/MAN START/1(2)
pushbutton switch.



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ACTION RESULT
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On the lower ECAM display unit, on the
ENGINE page:
- The symbol for the starter valve is
in the open position.

3. Make sure that the engine On the lower ECAM display unit, on the
operates. ENGINE page:
- Make sure that the oil pressure
indication is positive.

NOTE : During cold weather, important oil pressure surges can occur.
____

NOTE : The oil level in the oil tank can go down by 1.6 USgal (6 l).
____

NOTE : If a starter air pressure is used that is less than the recommended
____
level, slow N2 acceleration and subsequent rpm hangup can occur.

NOTE : Make sure that you do not go over the starter limits that follow:
____
- no engagement of the starter when the core speed is above 20
percent.
- the acceptable duty cycles can be performed by using one the three
following procedures:
- 4 consecutive cycles, each of 2 minutes duration with a 20 second
rest between 2 consecutive attempts. After 4 cycles, wait 15
minutes to allow starter to cool before you try a new start or
motoring.
- one 5 minute cycle followed by a cooling period of 2 minutes
after the first motoring and a 10 minutes interval between the
following ones.
- one 15 minute cycle followed by a 15 minute cooling period before
you try a new start or motoring.
It is recommended to use the 15 minute cycle only for cooling the
engine to do a borescope inspection.

4. At 20 percent N2, on the ENG On the lower ECAM display unit, on the
panel 115VU: ENGINE page:
- Set the ENG/MASTER 1(2) control - The AB indication comes into view
switch to ON. below IGN.
On the upper ECAM display unit: - At 50 percent N2:
- Monitor the main parameters N1, The symbol for the starter valve is
N2, EGT, FF. in the closed position.
On the lower ECAM display unit: The AB indication goes out of view.
- Monitor the oil pressure.



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NOTE : Stall, low fan speed indications will show on the upper ECAM DU.
____
Because automatic start sequence is being bypassed, abort the start
when parameters are close to or above limits. See notes

NOTE : Engine light-off will normally occur within 2 to 3 seconds after you
____
set the ENG MASTER control lever to the ON position. If light-off
does not occur within 15 seconds, abort the start.

NOTE : Immediately abort the start if a fast EGT increase, followed by slow
____
N2 acceleration occurs. These can be symptoms of incorrect fuel
scheduling, faulty instrumentation, engine damage, low starter air
pressure or too much engine deterioration.
Monitor the upper ECAM display unit for possible messages.
You can continue starts with slow N2 acceleration from light-off to
idle, and followed by a low EGT indication (unsatisfactory fuel
schedule).
You must correct starts with temperatures of more than 725 deg.C
(1337 deg.F). Normal start temperatures are less than 500 deg.C (932
deg.F).

5. When the engine idle speed is


stable, on the ENG panel 115VU:
- Set the
ENG/MODE/CRANK/NORM/IGN/START
selector switch to NORM.

6. On the overhead CTL & IND panel - The ON legend of this pushbutton
22VU: switch goes off.
- Release the ENG/MAN/START/1(2)
pushbutton switch.

NOTE : It is recommended that the engine operates at or near idle for a


____
minimum of 2 minutes before you increase to high power.
You can use taxi-time at or near idle as part of the 2 minutes
warm-up time.



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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 71-00-00-869-102

A. At the end of the test stop the engine(s) (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).

(1) On the panel 25VU:

(a) Set the EXT LT/BEACON switch to OFF.

(2) Stop the pneumatic supply to the aircraft:

(a) Disconnect the HP ground power unit or stop the APU.

(3) Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002).

Subtask 71-00-00-862-061

B. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).



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TASK 71-00-00-710-005

Start Abort

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Use this procedure when it is necessary to stop an engine start in the


manual mode.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

Not Applicable

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 71-00-00-869-123

A. Not Applicable

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 71-00-00-710-078

A. Do this procedure:

CAUTION : BE PREPARED TO DRY MOTOR THE ENGINE IF THE EGT DOES NOT
_______
DECREASE.
DRY MOTORING THE ENGINE CAN PREVENT A FIRE AFTER SHUTDOWN.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACTION RESULT
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. On the ENG panel 115VU:


- Set the ENG/MASTER 1(2) control
switch to OFF.

2. On the overhead CTL & IND panel - The ON legend of this pushbutton
22VU: switch goes off.
- Release the ENG/MAN START/1(2)
pushbutton switch.

3. On the ENG panel 115VU:


- Set the
ENG/MODE/CRANK/NORM/IGN/START
selector switch to CRANK.



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ACTION RESULT
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4. On the upper ECAM display unit:
- Carefully monitor the EGT, N2
and FUEL FLOW.

5. After the shutdown of the engine,


on the ENG panel 115VU:
- Set the
ENG/MODE/CRANK/NORM/IGN/START
selector switch to NORM.

NOTE : If a fire after shutdown occurs, dry motor the engine with the
____
starter. To do this select the ENG/MAN START/1(2) pushbutton switch
ON immediately when N2 is below 20 percent.

NOTE : Dry motor the engine before you try again to do a start. To do this
____
select the ENG/MAN START/1(2) pushbutton switch ON. This is necessary
to dry the combustor of fuel that can stay in it. Make sure that the
fuel boost pump is off.



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TASK 71-00-00-710-006

Minimum Idle Check

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT ALL ENGINE OPERATING AREAS ARE AS CLEAN AS POSSIBLE.
_______
ALL RAMPS, TAXIWAYS, RUNWAYS AND OTHER OPERATING AREAS MUST BE VERY
CLEAN TO PREVENT BAD DAMAGE TO THE ENGINE, AIRCRAFT AND PERSONS IN
THE AREA.

WARNING : DO NOT TRY TO STOP FAN FROM TURNING BY HAND. THIS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO
_______
THE PERSONS AND DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE LANDING GEAR GROUND SAFETIES AND THE WHEEL CHOCKS
_______
ARE IN POSITION.

WARNING : DO NOT DO AN ENGINE RUN-UP WITH THE THRUST REVERSER COWLS OPEN. DO
_______
NOT DO AN ENGINE RUN-UP WITH THE FAN COWLS OPEN AND SAFETIED BY THE
HOLD-OPEN ROD IF YOU OPERATE THE ENGINE AT POWER HIGHER THAN IDLE.

WARNING : - ENGINE OPERATION MUST NOT EXCEED MINIMUM IDLE WHEN PERSONNEL ARE IN
_______
ENTRY/EXIT CORRIDOR.
- POSITIVE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE FLIGHT COMPARTMENT AND PERSONNEL
IN ENTRY EXIT CORRIDOR IS NECESSARY.
- INLET AND EXHAUST HAZARD AREAS MUST BE STRICTLY OBSERVED BY
PERSONNEL IN ENTRY/EXIT CORRIDOR.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT:


_______
- THE PASSENGER DOORS ARE CLOSED AND THE PASSENGER LOADING STAIRS ARE
REMOVED WHEN AT LEAST ONE ENGINE IS OPERATED ABOVE IDLE POWER.
- THE CARGO DOORS ARE CLOSED AND CARGO LOADING EQUIPMENT IS REMOVED
WHEN:
. ENGINE 2 IS OPERATED AT IDLE OR ABOVE
. AT LEAST ONE ENGINE IS OPERATED ABOVE IDLE POWER
IF YOU DO NOT OBEY THESE PRECAUTIONS INJURY TO THE PERSONNEL AND
DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT AND/OR EQUIPMENT CAN OCCUR.

CAUTION : - SEE THE APPLICABLE FIGURE FOR WIND LIMIT RESTRICTIONS WHEN THE
_______
ENGINE OPERATES.
- NATURAL WINDS AND IRREGULAR FORCES FROM SUDDEN GUSTS INCREASE THE
DANGEROUS AREA.
- DO NOT GO ABOVE OPEN COWLING LIMITATIONS WHEN YOU DO THE TESTS.
- THE OPERATOR MUST FULLY KNOW ALL THE OPERATING LIMITS AND
PROCEDURES BEFORE ENGINE OPERATES.



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CAUTION : OPERATION AT MINIMUM IDLE IN ICING CONDITIONS IS PERMITTED FOR
_______
EXTENDED PERIODS. IF THE CONDITION CONTINUES FOR MORE THAN 30 MINUTES
, OR IF IMPORTANT ENGINE VIBRATION OCCURS; YOU MUST INCREASE THE
ENGINE SPEED TO 70 PERCENT N1 MINIMUM FOR APPROXIMATELY 15 SECONDS
BEFORE YOU SELECT A HIGHER THRUST OPERATION.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

The idle check gives instructions to make sure that the engine connections
do not leak.
It also permit you to make sure that noise from engine operation is normal
and that all engine instruments give the correct indications.

NOTE : Do a visual leak check if disconnected without engine plumbing static


____
pressure check after installation:

NOTE : For a visual leak check after replacement of a component, it is not


____
necessary to record parameters.

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
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure
71-00-00-710-003 Engine Automatic Start
71-00-00-710-028 Engine Shutdown
71-00-00-790-002 Fuel or Hydraulic or Oil Leakage Limits
71-00-00-869-003 Wind Limitations During Engine Ground Operations
71-13-00-010-040 Opening of the Fan Cowl Doors
71-13-00-410-040 Closing of the Fan Cowl Doors
78-30-00-081-041 Make the Thrust Reverser Serviceable after
Maintenance
78-30-00-481-041 Make the Thrust Reverser Unserviceable for
Maintenance
78-36-00-010-040 Opening of the Thrust Reverser Doors
78-36-00-410-040 Closing of the Thrust Reverser Doors
79-00-00-210-003 Visual Inspection of the Oil System
R



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71-00-00-991-309 Fig. 506

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 71-00-00-010-062

A. Open the fan cowl doors (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-010-040):


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

Subtask 71-00-00-869-107

B. Preparation for Test

(1) Obey the wind limitations during Engine Ground Operations (Ref. TASK
71-00-00-869-003).

(2) Make sure that the engine inlet and exhaust covers have been removed.
Make sure that these areas are clear of any foreign objects.

(3) Make a visual check of the temperature sensors, fan inlet, and
exhaust areas. If snow or ice has collected in the fan duct, make
sure that the fan turns freely. Also, make sure that the engine
inlet, inlet lip, fan, spinner, and fan exhaust duct are clear of ice
or snow. If the fan does not turn freely, melt the ice or snow with
hot air before an engine operation.

(4) Look at the general condition of the fan spinner and fan blades, core
exhaust nozzle, LPT and external surfaces of the cowls.

(5) Check oil quantity. Make a check of the drain ports for fuel, oil and
hydraulic leaks. Also make sure that fuel drained from the engine
does not cause a fire.

Subtask 71-00-00-861-062

C. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).



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Subtask 71-00-00-869-103

D. Do the EIS start procedure (upper ECAM display unit only) (Ref. TASK 31-
60-00-860-001).

Subtask 71-00-00-710-079

E. Start the engine (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-003).

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 71-00-00-710-080

A. Do this procedure:

(1) Let the engine become stable at minimum idle for 3 minutes and make
sure that the parameters below are in the limits:

R (a) N2 speed should not be below 58.3 percent N2.

R (b) Oil pressure


R
(Ref. Fig. 506/TASK 71-00-00-991-309)

R (c) The EGT is approximately at 440 deg.C (824 deg.F) (normal


R temperature) for an ambient temperature T12 of 15 deg.C (59
R deg.F).

R NOTE : All engines have an EGT that is different. The EGT will
____
R increase as an engine collects time. The condition and
R bleed configuration of each engine can cause EGT
R differences between engines. If N1, N2 and fuel flow are
R satisfactory at minimum idle, you can have EGT differences
R as much as 60 Deg.C or larger.

(2) Make a visual inspection of the fuel and pneumatic lines, fittings
and accessories for leaks. For oil leakage, staining or wetting
from/on the oil system tubes, hoses and components (Ref. TASK 79-00-
00-210-003).

(3) Safety precaution :

WARNING : DO NOT LET THE HMU TEMPERATURE EXCEED 100 DEG.C (212
_______
DEG.F).



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Oil Pressure Versus Engine Core Speed


Figure 506/TASK 71-00-00-991-309



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NOTE : Hydromechanical Units (HMUs) that have fluorocarbon (Viton)
____
external seals (SB 73-015) can leak fuel for a short time when
they are below 0 deg.C (32.00 deg.F) (Modification 1 and 2)
(Ref. TASK 71-00-00-790-002). If the ambient temperature is
below -40 deg.C (-40.00 deg.F) it is recommended to heat the
HMU (modification 1 and 2) to minimize leakage during starts
per the following procedure :

(a) Heat the HMU housing with a suitable hot air blower (Keco GH100,
Aerotech BT400-45 or equivalent) operating at 140 deg.C (284.00
deg.F) until the HMU housing temperature is greater than 25 deg.C
(77.00 deg.F).

NOTE : The HMU should be warm to the touch but not hot.
____

- If the fuel leakage stops in less than 5 minutes at idle,


continue operation of the engine.
- If the fuel leakage continues after 5 minutes at idle, shut
down the engine and repair the source of the leakage.

(4) Stop the engine (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).

(5) Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002)

Subtask 71-00-00-040-057

B. Make the thrust reverser unserviceable (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-481-041).

Subtask 71-00-00-010-063

C. Open the thrust-reverser doors (Ref. TASK 78-36-00-010-040) to do a


visual inspection for fuel and oil leaks:
FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR
FOR 1000EM2
461AL, 462AR

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 71-00-00-410-065

A. Close the thrust-reverser doors (Ref. TASK 78-36-00-410-040):


FOR 1000EM1
451AL, 452AR
FOR 1000EM2
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Subtask 71-00-00-440-057

B. Make the thrust reverser serviceable (Ref. TASK 78-30-00-081-041).

Subtask 71-00-00-410-069

C. Close the fan cowl doors: (Ref. TASK 71-13-00-410-040)


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

Subtask 71-00-00-862-062

D. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).



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TASK 71-00-00-710-008

Power Assurance Check

CAUTION : DO NOT MAKE FAST ACCELERATIONS OR DECELERATIONS.


_______
DO NOT REMAIN AT THE MAXIMUM POWER ASSURANCE SETTING FOR MORE TIME
THAN IT IS NECESSARY.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives instructions to make sure the engine can produce the
necessary takeoff thrust in line with EGT and N2 limits when N1 is set. The
power level used in this procedure is 72.5 percent.
The Power Assurance Check is not a good test for performance analysis of the
engine. Do not use only the Power Assurance Check to accept or reject an
engine. The Power Assurance run is usually not sufficiently stable to
accurately determine the engine s health. You can get a more reliable
performance analysis by doing a test cell operation or on-wing performance
trend monitoring.

NOTE : If the engine parameters are out of the targets of the power
____
assurance table after a first test run, the power assurance check may
be repeated.
It is possible that engine replacement will be necessary by the
conditions that follow:
- The engine continues to go above EGT or N2 limits during normal
operation after two test operations.
- Troubleshooting has been completed by the instructions in the TSM
without correction of the problem.
Do not use the power assurance check as the only cause for engine
replacement.

NOTE : The examples shown in this procedure are for these test conditions:
____
- OAT = 25 deg. C
- N1 modifier for this engine = 2
- 72.5 percent power setting
- altitude 4000 feet.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

98F10103500000 2 CHOCK-MLG,ENGINE RUN-UP



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B. 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
71-00-00-710-003 Engine Automatic Start
71-00-00-710-028 Engine Shutdown
71-00-00-869-001 Abnormal Operation and Emergency Procedures
71-00-00-869-003 Wind Limitations During Engine Ground Operations
R 71-00-00-869-004 Safety Precautions During Engine Ground Operations
72-00-00-200-008 Inspection/Check After the Engine has Exceeded the
Operational Limits
71-00-00-991-312 Fig. 507
71-00-00-991-314 Fig. 508

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 71-00-00-861-063

A. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

Subtask 71-00-00-865-104

B. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU L/G/LGCIU/SYS1/NORM 1GA C09
121VU HYDRAULIC/LGCIU/SYS2 2GA Q35
121VU HYDRAULIC/LGCIU/SYS1/GRND SPLY 52GA Q34

Subtask 71-00-00-869-104

R C. Preparation for Test

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT ALL ENGINE OPERATING AREAS ARE AS CLEAN AS
_______
POSSIBLE. ALL RAMPS, TAXIWAYS, RUNWAYS AND OTHER OPERATING
AREAS MUST BE VERY CLEAN TO PREVENT BAD DAMAGE TO THE ENGINE,
AIRCRAFT AND PERSONS IN THE AREA.



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WARNING : DO NOT TRY TO STOP FAN FROM TURNING BY HAND. THIS CAN CAUSE
_______
INJURY TO THE PERSONS AND DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THE LANDING GEAR GROUND SAFETIES AND THE WHEEL
_______
CHOCKS ARE IN POSITION.

WARNING : DO NOT DO AN ENGINE RUN-UP WITH THE THRUST REVERSER COWLS OPEN.
_______
DO NOT DO AN ENGINE RUN-UP WITH THE FAN COWLS OPEN AND SAFETIED
BY THE HOLD-OPEN ROD IF YOU OPERATE THE ENGINE AT POWER HIGHER
THAN IDLE.

WARNING : - ENGINE OPERATION MUST NOT EXCEED MINIMUM IDLE WHEN PERSONNEL
_______
ARE IN ENTRY/EXIT CORRIDOR.
- POSITIVE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE FLIGHT COMPARTMENT AND
PERSONNEL IN ENTRY EXIT CORRIDOR IS NECESSARY.
- INLET AND EXHAUST HAZARD AREAS MUST BE STRICTLY OBSERVED BY
PERSONNEL IN ENTRY/EXIT CORRIDOR.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT:


_______
- THE PASSENGER DOORS ARE CLOSED AND THE PASSENGER LOADING
STAIRS ARE REMOVED WHEN AT LEAST ONE ENGINE IS OPERATED ABOVE
IDLE POWER.
- THE CARGO DOORS ARE CLOSED AND CARGO LOADING EQUIPMENT IS
REMOVED WHEN:
. ENGINE 2 IS OPERATED AT IDLE OR ABOVE
. AT LEAST ONE ENGINE IS OPERATED ABOVE IDLE POWER
IF YOU DO NOT OBEY THESE PRECAUTIONS INJURY TO THE PERSONNEL
AND DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT AND/OR EQUIPMENT CAN OCCUR.

CAUTION : OPERATION AT MINIMUM IDLE IN ICING CONDITIONS IS PERMITTED FOR


_______
EXTENDED PERIODS. IF THE CONDITION CONTINUES FOR MORE THAN 30
MINUTES , OR IF IMPORTANT ENGINE VIBRATION OCCURS; YOU MUST
INCREASE THE ENGINE SPEED TO 70 PERCENT N1 MINIMUM FOR
APPROXIMATELY 15 SECONDS BEFORE YOU SELECT A HIGHER THRUST
OPERATION.

R (1) Obey the wind limitations and safety precautions during engine ground
R operation (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-003) and (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-
R 004).

CAUTION : DO NOT DO ENGINE GROUND RUNS UNLESS THE GROUND WHICH IS


_______
BEHIND THE ENGINE IS A CONCRETE PAVEMENT.
ENGINE EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE AN ASPHALT PAVEMENT TO MELT.
MELTED ASPHALT CAN CAUSE IMPORTANT DAMAGE TO THE REAR
STRUCTURE OF THE AIRCRAFT AND/OR TO THE ENGINE NACELLES.



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(2) Make sure that the aircraft is parked on a clean dry flat area. There
must be no oil, grease or other slippery material on that surface.
Pavement must be in concrete because asphalt can cause damage to the
engine/aircraft structure.

(3) Make sure that CHOCK-MLG,ENGINE RUN-UP (98F10103500000) are in


position in front of each forward outboard MLG weel.

(4) Make sure that a total of 3000 kg (minimum) of fuel are in the inner
tanks to make sure that the aircraft is stable during the test.

R (5) There must be two qualified persons in the cockpit when performing an
R engine run. One must monitor the outside and the aircraft behaviour
R while the other performs the engine test.

R (6) If the aircraft begins to move while performing an engine run,


R immediately set all the thrust levers to idle position.

R (7) Make sure that the engine inlet and exhaust covers are removed. Make
sure that these areas are clear of unwanted objects.

R (8) Examine the temperature sensors, fan inlet and exhaust areas. If snow
or ice has collected in the fan duct, make sure that the fan turns
freely. Also, make sure that the engine inlet, inlet lip, fan,
spinner and fan exhaust duct are clear of ice or snow. If the fan
does not turn freely, melt the ice or snow with hot air before an
engine operation.

R (9) Examine the general condition of the fan spinner and fan blades, core
exhaust nozzle, LPT and external surfaces of the cowls.

R (10) Examine the oil quantity. Examine the drain ports for fuel, oil and
hydraulic leaks. Also make sure that fuel drained from the engine
does not cause a fire.

R (11) Measure and write down the outside air temperature (OAT).
EXAMPLE: OAT = 25 deg. C

NOTE : To measure the OAT, put a thermometer in the shade of the nose
____
gear well.

NOTE : It is also possible to use the TAT indication from the ADC
____
(shown on the ECAM system).

NOTE : Use the results sheet.


____
(Ref. Fig. 507/TASK 71-00-00-991-312)



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Results Sheet
Figure 507/TASK 71-00-00-991-312



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R (12) On the ADIRS CDU (overhead panel 20VU), set the three OFF/NAV/ATT
selector switches to NAV.

R (13) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Push the ENG 1(2) BLEED pushbutton switch (the OFF legend comes
on).

R (14) On the ELEC panel 35VU:

(a) Push the GEN 1(2) pushbutton switch (the OFF legend comes on).

Subtask 71-00-00-869-105

D. Find the N1 target values for the temperature that you measured.
(Ref. Fig. 508/TASK 71-00-00-991-314)
EXAMPLE: N1 Target = 73.7 percent

(1) Make a record of the altitude above sea level on the results sheet to
aid in troubleshooting, if it becomes necessary. If not available,
set the BARO to 29.92 and read the pressure altitude on the PFD
altimeter.
EXAMPLE: Altitude = 4000 feet

Subtask 71-00-00-710-081

E. Start the two engines and let them become stable at minimum idle for 2
minutes minimum (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-003).

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

Subtask 71-00-00-710-190

A. If the N1 target will be more than or equal to 75 percent, do this


procedure

WARNING : DO NOT LET ONE ENGINE OPERATE AT N1 GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 75


_______
PERCENT WHEN ONLY THE WHEEL CHOCKS AND THE PARKING BRAKE STOP
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(1) Slowly accelerate the non tested engine to 60 percent N1.

CAUTION : DO NOT OPEN LGCIU CIRCUIT BREAKERS 1GA, 2GA, AND 52GA. IF
_______
YOU DO THIS, AIRCRAFT BRAKING THROUGH BRAKE PEDALS DOES NOT
OPERATE.

(2) On the landing gear control and indicating panel 402VU:

(a) Make sure that the A/SKID & N/W STRG selector switch 5GG is set
to ON.

R (b) Make sure that the PARKING BRAKE control switch is in ON


R position.

(3) Push and hold the brake pedals at the full limit position.

(4) On the RUD TRIM/PARKING BRK panel 110VU:


- set the PARKING BRAKE control switch to OFF.

R (5) Perform the the power assurance check per step 4B

R (6) After test completion, put the aircraft in the parking brake
R applied configuration:

R (a) On the panel 110VU:


R - Set the parking brake control switch to ON.

R (b) Release the brake pedals.

**ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-710-190-A

A. If the N1 target will be more than or equal to 75 percent, do this


procedure

WARNING : DO NOT LET ONE ENGINE OPERATE AT N1 GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 75


_______
PERCENT WHEN ONLY THE WHEEL CHOCKS AND THE PARKING BRAKE STOP
THE MOVEMENT OF THE AIRCRAFT.

(1) Slowly accelerate the non tested engine to 60 percent N1.

CAUTION : DO NOT OPEN LGCIU CIRCUIT BREAKERS 1GA, 2GA, AND 52GA. IF
_______
YOU DO THIS, AIRCRAFT BRAKING THROUGH BRAKE PEDALS DOES NOT
OPERATE.



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72.5 Percent Power Assurance Setting


Figure 508/TASK 71-00-00-991-314- 13 (SHEET 1)



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72.5 Percent Power Assurance Setting


Figure 508/TASK 71-00-00-991-314- 23 (SHEET 2)



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72.5 Percent Power Assurance Setting


Figure 508/TASK 71-00-00-991-314- 33 (SHEET 3)



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(2) On the landing gear control and indicating panel 402VU:

(a) Make sure that the A/SKID & N/W STRG selector switch 5GG is set
to ON.

R (b) Make sure that the PARKING BRAKE control switch is in ON


R position.

(3) Push and hold the brake pedals at the full limit position.

R (4) Perform the the power assurance check per step 4B

R (5) After test completion, release the brake pedals to put the aircraft
R in the parking-brake applied configuration.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-710-169

B. Do the power assurance check

(1) Slowly accelerate the tested engine to within plus or minus 0.5
percent of the N1 target that you found for 72.5 percent power. Let
the engine speed become stable for 4 minutes to warm up the engine.
R EXAMPLE: With OAT at 25 deg.C, the target N1 is 73.7 percent plus or
R minus 0.5 percent.

NOTE : If the engine exceeds the operational limits, do the


____
inspection procedure (Ref. TASK 72-00-00-200-008).

NOTE : If abnormal operation occurs, do the necessary abnormal or


____
emergency procedure (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-001).

(2) Decrease the tested engine speed to minimum idle. Let it become
stable for 3 minutes. Write down these parameters to aid in
troubleshooting, if necessary: N1, N2 and EGT.

(3) Increase engine speed to within plus or minus 0.5 percent of the N1
target that you found for 72.5 percent power. Let it become stable
R for 4 minutes. Write down these parameters N1, N2, EGT altitude and
R OAT or TAT.
R EXAMPLE: Recorded values: N1 = 74 percent, N2 = 94.0 percent, EGT =
R 688 deg.C.

(4) Slowly decrease the engine speed to minimum idle.



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(5) Compare the actual N1 to the target N1 value and adjust the actual N2
and EGT values as follows:

(a) For each 0.1 percent that the actual N1 value is different from
the target N1 value, adjust the data as follows:
- N2..........0.04 percent
R - EGT.........1 deg.C
EXAMPLE: Recorded N1 was 74 percent which is 0.3 percent above
the target N1. The multiplying factor for the adjustments is
R 0.3/0.1 = 3. The N2 adjustment is 3 X 0.04 = 0.12 percent. The
R EGT adjustment is 3 X 1 = 3 deg.C.

(b) If actual N1 is more than the N1 target, subtract the adjustments


from the actual N2 and EGT.
EXAMPLE: Since recorded N1 was more than target N1, you must
subtract the adjustments as follows:
- N2 adj. = 94 - 0.12 = 93.88 percent
R - EGT adj. = 688 - 3 = 685 deg.C

(c) If actual N1 is less than the N1 target, add the adjustments to


the actual N2 and EGT.

(6) Identify adjustments for EGT and N2 as a function of engine rating


(for example, 5B6) and N1 modifier level (for example, 2) from the
table below. Subtract fan speed (N1) modifier adjustments from the
EGT and N2 values calculated in step C as follows:

N1 Modifier Adjustments
Rating 5B1/2/3

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | N1 MODIFIER LEVEL | EGT DEG.C | N2 PERCENT |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 0 | 0 | 0 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 1 | 2 | 0.1 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 2 | 5 | 0.1 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 3 | 7 | 0.2 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 4 | 10 | 0.3 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 5 | 12 | 0.4 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 6 | 16 | 0.5 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------



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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| N1 MODIFIER LEVEL | EGT DEG.C | N2 PERCENT |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 7 | 20 | 0.6 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Rating 5B4/5/6/7/8/9

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | N1 MODIFIER LEVEL | EGT DEG.C | N2 PERCENT |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 0 | 0 | 0 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 1 | 1 | 0.1 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 2 | 3 | 0.1 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 3 | 5 | 0.2 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 4 | 6 | 0.2 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 5 | 8 | 0.3 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 6 | 10 | 0.4 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| 7 | 13 | 0.5 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R EXAMPLE: For a level 2 N1 modifier at the 5B6 rating, DEGT = 3 deg.C


R and N2 = 0.1 percent as follows:
R - EGT adjusted = 685 - 3 = 682 deg.C
- N2 adj. = 93.88 - 0.1 = 93.78 percent

R (7) Adjust measured EGT to equivalent sea-level trimmed EGT using the
R altitude at which the power assurance test was conducted and the
R engine rating. Using the 5B6 example from above, suppose the data
R were obtained at Calgary, Alberta, Canada at 3740 ft. (1139.93 m)
R above sea level. Entering the table at the 5B6 rating, there is a 5
R deg.C (41.00 deg.F) adjustment for 2000 ft. (609.58 m) and a 21 deg.C
R (69.80 deg.F) adjustment for 5000 ft. (1523.97 m). The adjustment for
R 3740 ft. (1139.93 m) is:
R
R - DEGT = 5 + (21 - 5) X (3740 - 2000)/(5000 - 2000) = 14.3 deg.C
R (57.74 deg.F)
R - EGT adjusted = 682 + 14.3 = 696 deg.C (1284.8 deg.F)
R
R CFM56-5B EGT Trim Adjustment



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R -------------------------------------------------
R | Rating/ALT | 0 | 2000 | 5000 | 12000 |
R -------------------------------------------------
R | B1 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 |
R | B2 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 |
R | B3 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 |
R | B4 & B7 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 |
R | B5 | 0 | 2 | 16 | 23 |
R | B6 | 0 | 5 | 21 | 30 |
R | B8 | 0 | 1 | 3 | 8 |
R | B9 | 0 | 7 | 25 | 34 |
R -------------------------------------------------

R (8) Compare the data collected during the power assurance check to the
permitted limits.
(Ref. Fig. 508/TASK 71-00-00-991-314)
R EXAMPLE: Enter Ref. Fig. at OAT or TAT of 25 deg.C
R - EGT MAX = 654 deg.C and N2 MAX = 94.2 percent.
- These limits are for a CFM56-5B3 rated engine.

(a) Further adjustment of the limits is required if the engine is not


at the 5B3 rating. The adjustments for EGT and N2 are obtained
from the table below.
EXAMPLE: The engine rating of interest is the CFM56-5B6. The EGT
R adjustment is 72 degrees and the N2 adjustment is 0.5 percent.

CFM56-5B Rating Conversion at 72.5 Percent Power

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | Conversion to | EGT DEG.C | N2 PERCENT |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| - | - | - |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | B1 | 45 | 0.5 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | B2 | 29 | 0.0 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| B3 | 0 | 0.0 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | B4 & B7 | 40 | 0.2 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | B5 | 91 | 0.6 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | B6 | 72 | 0.5 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | B8 | 108 | 0.7 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------



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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Conversion to | EGT DEG.C | N2 PERCENT |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | B9 | 75 | 0.0 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(b) Add the adjustments to EGT and N2 to find the limits for the
engine rating.
EXAMPLE: Limits for a CFM56-5B6 engine.
R - EGT MAX adjusted = 654 + 72 = 726 deg.C
R - N2 MAX adj. = 94.2 + 0.5 = 94.7 percent

(c) Compare data collected during power assurance check to the


limits. The margins calculated in this step will apply to sea
level takeoffs.

CAUTION : TAKEOFFS AT ALTITUDE MAY REQUIRE GREATER EGT MARGIN


_______
THAN AT SEA LEVEL.

EXAMPLE: EGT MAX = 726.0 deg C and N2 MAX = 95.4 percent


R - EGT Margin (EGT MAX adj - EGT adj) = 726 - 696 = 30 deg.C
R - N2 Margin (N2 MAX adj - N2 adj) = 94.7 - 93.8 = 0.9 percent

R (9) Further adjust the EGT margin for altitude effect. If the aircraft
regularly operates at airports above 3000 feet, an adjustment to the
calculated EGT margin may be needed. The table below shows altitude
adjustments to sea level EGT margin for various ratings. No
adjustment for B1, B2 or B3 ratings is necessary since altitude EGT
R margin is equal to or greater than sea level EGT margin. 5B4 and 5B7
R ratings may require adjustment per the following table for altitudes
above sea level. Adjustment values are either read directly from the
table or are interpolated if the desired altitude lies between table
entries. Always use the worst-case (most negative) value for the
altitude range being considered.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Flight Condition | | Adjustments |
R | Rating | Altitude ft | dEGT deg.C |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | B1 | 0 to 8k | 0 |
R | B1 | 10k | 10 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | B2 | 0 to 8k | 0 |
R | B2 | 10k | 10 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | B3 | 0 to 3k | 0 |
R | B3 | 10k | 26 |



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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Flight Condition | | Adjustments |
| Rating | Altitude ft | dEGT deg.C |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | B4 & B7 | 0 to 4k | 0 |
R | B4 & B7 | 6k to 8k | -14 |
R | B4 & B7 | 12k | 11 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R
R | B5 | 0 to 12k | 0 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R
R | B6 | 0 to 12k | 0 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R | B8 | 0 to 12k | 0 |
R
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R
R | B9 | 0 to 12k | 0 |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R EXAMPLE: For a 5B4 engine at 5000 ft. (1523.97 m) above sea level
R with 44 deg.C (111.20 deg.F) EGT margin at sea level: The 5B4 EGT
R margin is constant up to 4000 ft. (1219.17 m) above sea level and is
R lower by 14 deg.C (57.20 deg.F) at 6000 ft. (1828.76 m) according to
R the table. Using interpolation, the adjustment at 5000 ft. (1523.97
R m) is:
R - EGT marg adj = (-14) X (5000-4000)/(6000-4000) + (0) = -7.0 deg.C
R (-44.6 deg.F)
R - EGT margin at 5000 feet = 44 - 7 = 37 deg.C (98.6 deg.F)

(a) If the adjusted values for EGT and N2 are less than the maximum
limits (if EGT and N2 margin are positive numbers), the engine
will make target N1 and not be more than the EGT or N2 limits. No
more power assurance testing is necessary if this occurs.

(b) If the data is not in line with limits, let the engine become
stable at idle for 4 minutes and do the power assurance again at
the same power level.

(c) If the data is still not in line with the limits after a second
engine run, investigate the reported fault messages in the
Trouble Shooting Manual.



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CAUTION : IF THE DATA COLLECTED IS NOT IN LINE WITH THE PERMITTED
_______
LIMITS, THE ENGINE MAY GO OVER THE EGT OR N2 LIMIT AT
TAKEOFF POWER.

(d) If the cause is found and corrected, do the power assurance check
again.

(e) If the engine exceeds EGT or N2 limits in normal operation after


two test runs and after troubleshooting per the TSM has been
completed, engine replacement should be considered. The power
assurance check should not be used by itself as a primary reason
for engine replacement.

R (10) Stop the engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).

R (11) Do a visual inspection of the engine, the engine inlet and exhaust
areas.

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 71-00-00-869-106

A. On the AIR COND panel 30VU:


- Release the ENG 1(2) BLEED pushbutton switch (the OFF legend goes off).

Subtask 71-00-00-862-063

B. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).



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TASK 71-00-00-710-009

Vibration Check

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

The vibration monitoring system can be used to get vibration data. This task
should be performed when a new non pre-tested engine is installed or after
FOD/ICING and subsequent fan blades change.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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

98F10103500000 2 CHOCK-MLG,ENGINE RUN-UP

B. 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
71-00-00-710-003 Engine Automatic Start
71-00-00-710-028 Engine Shutdown
71-00-00-869-003 Wind Limitations During Engine Ground Operations
71-00-00-869-004 Safety Precautions During Engine Ground Operations
77-32-34-860-041 Change the configuration of the Accelerometer
TSM 77 PB 101 (for corrective action)



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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 71-00-00-869-204

A. Safety Precautions

CAUTION : DO NOT DO ENGINE GROUND RUNS UNLESS THE GROUND WHICH IS BEHIND
_______
THE ENGINE IS A CONCRETE PAVEMENT.
ENGINE EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE AN ASPHALT PAVEMENT TO MELT.
MELTED ASPHALT CAN CAUSE IMPORTANT DAMAGE TO THE REAR STRUCTURE
OF THE AIRCRAFT AND/OR TO THE ENGINE NACELLES.

(1) Obey the wind limitations and safety precautions during engine ground
operation (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-003) and (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-
004).

(2) Make sure that the aircraft is parked on a clean dry flat area. There
must be no oil, grease or other slippery material on that surface.
Pavement must be in concrete because asphalt can cause damage to the
engine/aircraft sturcture.

(3) Make sure that CHOCK-MLG,ENGINE RUN-UP (98F10103500000) are in


position in front of each forward outboard MLG weel.

(4) Make sure that a total of 3000 kg (minimum) of fuel are in the inner
tanks to make sure that the aircraft is stable during the test.

(5) There must be two qualified persons in the cockpit when performing an
engine run. One must monitor the outside and the aircraft behaviour
while the other performs the engine test.

(6) If the aircraft begins to move while performing an engine run,


immediately set all the thrust levers to idle position.

Subtask 71-00-00-861-064

B. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).



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Subtask 71-00-00-865-100

C. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU L/G/LGCIU/SYS1/NORM 1GA C09
121VU HYDRAULIC/LGCIU/SYS2 2GA Q35
121VU HYDRAULIC/LGCIU/SYS1/GRND SPLY 52GA Q34

Subtask 71-00-00-720-051

D. Do the EIS start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

NOTE : On the lower ECAM display unit:


____
- For the N1 module, 1 Unit = 1 MIL.
- For the N2 module, 1 Unit = 0.4 IPS.

Subtask 71-00-00-710-083

E. Start the two engines and let them become stable at minimum idle
(Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-003) .

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

Subtask 71-00-00-710-192

A. Before N1 is more than or equal to 75 percent, do this procedure

WARNING : DO NOT LET ONE ENGINE OPERATE AT N1 GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 75


_______
PERCENT WHEN ONLY THE WHEEL CHOCKS AND THE PARKING BRAKE STOP
THE MOVEMENT OF THE AIRCRAFT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO NOT GO OVER THE 6 MIL (6 U ON THE ECAM
_______
DISPLAY UNIT) VIBRATION ADVISORY FOR N1 MODULE. ENGINE DAMAGE
CAN BE CAUSED.

CAUTION : DO NOT OPEN LGCIU CIRCUIT BREAKERS 1GA, 2GA, AND 52GA. IF YOU
_______
DO THIS, AIRCRAFT BRAKING THROUGH BRAKE PEDALS DOES NOT
OPERATE.



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(1) On the landing gear control and indicating panel 402VU:
- Make sure that the A/SKID & N/WSTRG selector switch 5GG is ON.
R - Make sure that the PARKING BRAKE control switch is in ON position.

(2) Push and hold the brake pedals at the full limit position.

(3) On the RUD TRIM/PARKING BRK panel 110VU:


- Set the PARKING BRAKE control switch to OFF.

**ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-710-192-A

A. Before N1 is more than or equal to 75 percent, do this procedure

WARNING : DO NOT LET ONE ENGINE OPERATE AT N1 GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 75


_______
PERCENT WHEN ONLY THE WHEEL CHOCKS AND THE PARKING BRAKE STOP
THE MOVEMENT OF THE AIRCRAFT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO NOT GO OVER THE 6 MIL (6 U ON THE ECAM
_______
DISPLAY UNIT) VIBRATION ADVISORY FOR N1 MODULE. ENGINE DAMAGE
CAN BE CAUSED.

CAUTION : DO NOT OPEN LGCIU CIRCUIT BREAKERS 1GA, 2GA, AND 52GA. IF YOU
_______
DO THIS, AIRCRAFT BRAKING THROUGH BRAKE PEDALS DOES NOT
OPERATE.

(1) On the landing gear control and indicating panel 402VU:


- Make sure that the A/SKID & N/WSTRG selector switch 5GG is ON.
R - Make sure that the PARKING BRAKE control switch is in ON position.

(2) Push and hold the brake pedals at the full limit position.



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401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-710-084

B. Vibration Check

(1) Slowly increase power of the non tested engine to 60 percent N1.

(2) For the tested engine do a 2 minute acceleration from the minimum
idle setting to MAX CLIMB detent and let become stable 15 seconds.
Follow this acceleration with a 2 minute deceleration.

(a) Monitor the vibration readings and write down the rpm where the
peak occurs.

(3) Go back to the rpm where the peak occurred and let the rpm become
stable for 4 minutes.

(a) Monitor the vibration readings and write them down.

(4) Slowly decrease power on the two engines to minimum idle and let
become stable for 3 minutes.

(5) Adjust the MCDU to read vibration values on the other accelerometer
(Ref. TASK 77-32-34-860-041) and repeat steps (3) to (5).

(6) Put the aircraft in the parking brake applied configuration:

(a) On the panel 110VU:


- Set the parking brake control switch to ON.

(b) Release the brake pedals.

(7) If the vibration for the fan assembly (N1) goes over 4 U (4 MILS) or
is less than 4 U with noise or rumble, do troubleshooting (Ref. TSM
77 PB 101).

(8) If the vibration of the core assembly (N2) goes over 4.25 U (1.7 IPS)
peak, do troubleshooting (Ref. TSM 77 PB 101).

(9) Adjust the MCDU to read original accelerometer (Ref. TASK 77-32-34-
860-041).

(10) Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002)



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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 71-00-00-710-085

A. Stop the two engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).

Subtask 71-00-00-862-064

B. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).



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TASK 71-00-00-710-025

Accel Check

CAUTION : DO AN ON-WING TROUBLESHOOTING TEST TO CORRECT A PROBLEM BECAUSE A


_______
COMPRESSOR STALL HAS OCCURRED. IF YOU DO NOT DO THIS TROUBLESHOOTING
AFTER A COMPRESSOR STALL, ENGINE DAMAGE MAY OCCUR.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure gives instructions for single, fast accel from the 30 percent
N1 setting. This will show that the engine accel operation is smooth and
will not cause the engine to stall or flameout.

NOTE : Use this acceleration test procedure as an aid to do the


____
troubleshooting of the engines on wing.

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 chronometer
98F10103500000 2 CHOCK-MLG,ENGINE RUN-UP

B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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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
71-00-00-710-003 Engine Automatic Start
71-00-00-710-028 Engine Shutdown
71-00-00-869-003 Wind Limitations During Engine Ground Operations
71-00-00-869-004 Safety Precautions During Engine Ground Operations



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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 71-00-00-869-206

A. Safety Precautions

CAUTION : DO NOT DO ENGINE GROUND RUNS UNLESS THE GROUND WHICH IS BEHIND
_______
THE ENGINE IS A CONCRETE PAVEMENT.
ENGINE EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE AN ASPHALT PAVEMENT TO MELT.
MELTED ASPHALT CAN CAUSE IMPORTANT DAMAGE TO THE REAR STRUCTURE
OF THE AIRCRAFT AND/OR TO THE ENGINE NACELLES.

(1) Obey the wind limitations and safety precautions during engine ground
operation (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-003) and (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-
004).

(2) Make sure that the aircraft is parked on a clean dry flat area. There
must be no oil, grease or other slippery material on that surface.
Pavement must be in concrete because asphalt can cause damage to the
engine/aircraft structure.

(3) Make sure that CHOCK-MLG,ENGINE RUN-UP (98F10103500000) are in


position in front of each forward outboard MLG weel.

(4) Make sure that a total of 3000 kg (minimum) of fuel are in the inner
tanks to make sure that the aircraft is stable during the test.

(5) There must be two qualified persons in the cockpit when performing an
engine run. One must monitor the outside and the aircraft behaviour
while the other performs the engine test.

(6) If the aircraft begins to move while performing an engine run,


immediately set all the thrust levers to idle position.

Subtask 71-00-00-861-065

B. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).



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Subtask 71-00-00-865-101

C. Make sure that this(these) circuit breaker(s) is(are) closed:

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
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49VU L/G/LGCIU/SYS1/NORM 1GA C09
121VU HYDRAULIC/LGCIU/SYS2 2GA Q35
121VU HYDRAULIC/LGCIU/SYS1/GRND SPLY 52GA Q34

Subtask 71-00-00-869-108

D. Measure and write down the outside air temperature.

NOTE : To measure the OAT put a thermometer in the shade of the nose gear
____
well.

NOTE : It is also possible to use the TAT indication from the ADC (shown
____
on the ECAM system).

On the ADIRS CDU (overhead panel 20VU), set the three OFF/NAV/ATT
selector switches to NAV.

(1) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:


- Push the ENG 1(2) BLEED pushbutton switch (the OFF legend comes
on).

(2) On the ELEC panel 35VU:


- Push the GEN 1(2) pushbutton switch (the OFF legend comes on).

(3) Enter a FLEX T/O Temperature through the MCDU:


- Enter FLEX T/O temperature of 60 deg.C (140 deg.F) for OAT greater
than or equal to 0 deg.C (32 deg.F).
- Enter FLEX T/O temperature of 40 deg.C (104 deg.F) for OAT less
than 0 deg.C (32 deg.F).



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(4) Do the steps below:

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ACTION RESULT
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1. On the MCDU push the PERF MODE The TAKE OFF page comes on
key

2. On the MCDU keyboard enter the The figures entered come into view at
FLEX T/O temperature the bottom of the screen

3. Push the line key adjacent to The entered value is memorized and
FLEX T/O TEMP shows in the FLEX T/O TEMP indication

4. Move the throttle control lever The FLEX T/O N1 limit and FLEX T/O
of the tested engine to the FLEX temperature show on the upper ECAM DU
MCT detent (upper right corner)

5. Write down the N1 LIMIT shown on


the ECAM.

6. Move the throttle control lever The climb N1 limit comes on on the
of the tested engine to the IDLE upper ECAM DU.
position

7. Push the MCDU MENU mode key The MCDU MENU page comes into view.

(5) Substract 5 percent N1 from the limit you noted, which gives the
clock target point and record the new N1 percent.

Subtask 71-00-00-710-086

E. Start the two engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-003) and let them become
stable at minimum idle.



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4. Procedure
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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

Subtask 71-00-00-710-087

A. Do the accel check

WARNING : DO NOT LET ONE ENGINE OPERATE AT N1 GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 75


_______
PERCENT WHEN ONLY THE WHEEL CHOCKS AND THE PARKING BRAKE STOP
THE MOVEMENT OF THE AIRCRAFT.

(1) Slowly push the throttle control lever of the engine you must test to
30 percent N1. Let the engine power become stable for a minimum of 3
minutes.

(2) If the N1 target will be more than or equal to 75 percent, do this


procedure:

CAUTION : DO NOT OPEN LGCIU CIRCUIT BREAKERS 1GA, 2GA, AND 52GA. IF
_______
YOU DO THIS, AIRCRAFT BRAKING THROUGH BRAKE PEDALS DOES NOT
OPERATE.

(a) On the landing gear control and indicating panel 402VU:


- Make sure that the A/SKID & N/WSTRG selector switch 5GG is ON.
R - Make sure that the PARKING BRAKE control switch is in ON
R position.

(b) Push and hold the brake pedals at the full limit position.

(c) On the RUD TRIM/PARKING BRK panel 110VU:


- Set the PARKING BRAKE control switch to OFF.

R (3) Set the opposite engine that you must not test to 60 percent N1.

(4) When the parameters become stable, move suddenly the throttle control
levers from 30 percent N1 to the FLEX/MCT detent.

(5) Start the chronometer at throttle control lever movement.

(6) Stop the chronometer when N1 reaches the FLEX T/O target minus 5
percent that you recorded in step 3.B.(5).



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(7) Record the accel time in seconds. The guideline for this time equals
7.5 seconds.

NOTE : If the time is higher than the guideline, make sure that:
____
- on the AIR COND panel 30VU the OFF legend of the ENG 1(2)
BLEED is on
- on the ELEC panel 35VU the OFF legend of the GEN 1(2) is on.

NOTE : If you have these conditions, do the troubleshoot


____

(8) Move back the throttle control levers to the idle detent for the two
engines.

(9) Put the aircraft in the parking-brake applied configuration:

(a) On the RUD TRIM PARKING BRK panel 110VU:


- Set the parking brake control switch to ON.

(b) Release the brake pedals.

(10) Let the engines become stable for 3 minutes before shutdown.

(11) Stop the engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).

**ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-710-087-A

A. Do the accel check

WARNING : DO NOT LET ONE ENGINE OPERATE AT N1 GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 75


_______
PERCENT WHEN ONLY THE WHEEL CHOCKS AND THE PARKING BRAKE STOP
THE MOVEMENT OF THE AIRCRAFT.

(1) Slowly push the throttle control lever of the engine you must test to
30 percent N1. Let the engine power become stable for a minimum of 3
minutes.

(2) If the N1 target will be more than or equal to 75 percent, do this


procedure:

CAUTION : DO NOT OPEN LGCIU CIRCUIT BREAKERS 1GA, 2GA, AND 52GA. IF
_______
YOU DO THIS, AIRCRAFT BRAKING THROUGH BRAKE PEDALS DOES NOT
OPERATE.



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(a) On the landing gear control and indicating panel 402VU:
- Make sure that the A/SKID & N/WSTRG selector switch 5GG is ON.
R - Make sure that the PARKING BRAKE control switch is in ON
R position.

(b) Push and hold the brake pedals at the full limit position.

(3) Set the opposite engine that you must hot test to 60 percent N1.

(4) When the parameters become stable, move suddenly the throttle control
levers from 30 percent N1 to the FLEX/MCT detent.

(5) Start the chronometer at throttle control lever movement.

(6) Stop the chronometer when N1 reaches the FLEX T/O target minus 5
percent that you recorded in step 3.B.(5).

(7) Record the accel time in seconds. The guideline for this time equals
7.5 seconds.

NOTE : If the time is higher than the guideline, make sure that:
____
- on the AIR COND panel 30VU the OFF legend of the ENG 1(2)
BLEED is on
- on the ELEC panel 35VU the OFF legend of the GEN 1(2) is on.

NOTE : If you have these conditions, do the troubleshoot


____

(8) Move back the throttle control levers to the idle detent for the two
engines.

(9) Release the brake pedals to put the aircraft in the parking-brake
applied configuration.

(10) Let the engines become stable for 3 minutes before shutdown.

(11) Stop the engines (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).


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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499,

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 71-00-00-869-110

A. Close-up

(1) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Release the ENG 1(2) BLEED pushbutton switch (the OFF legend goes
off).

(2) On the ELEC panel 35VU:

(a) Release the GEN 1(2) pushbutton switch (the OFF legend goes off).

Subtask 71-00-00-862-065

B. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).



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TASK 71-00-00-710-028

Engine Shutdown

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

Self Explanatory

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied


from the External Power

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 71-00-00-869-189

A. Not applicable

4. Procedure
_________

Subtask 71-00-00-710-136

A. Stop the engine

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE ENG/MASTER 1(2) CONTROL SWITCH IS FULLY
_______
ENGAGED IN THE OFF DETENT AFTER SHUTDOWN.

(1) Before you stop the engine, operate it at or near idle for 3 minutes
before shutdown to thermally stabilize the engine hot section.

NOTE : You can use taxi time at or near idle as part of the 3 minutes
____
cool down time.

(2) Put the throttle control lever in the idle position.

(3) Set the ENG/MASTER 1(2) control switch to OFF.



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(4) Monitor the EGT, N2 and fuel flow during shutdown to confirm fuel
shutoff.

CAUTION : BE PREPARED TO DRY MOTOR THE ENGINE WITH THE STARTER IF


_______
THERE IS A POST-SHUTDOWN FIRE INDICATION.
ENGINE DAMAGE CAN BE CAUSED.

(a) Make sure that the EGT and N2 rpm decrease when the fuel is shut
off. If a steady decrease in the EGT does not occur after
shutdown, do a dry motoring until the fire is extinguished.

NOTE : After engine shutdown is completed, and all of the


____
rotation has stopped, the EGT will normally slowly
increase. This is caused by normal temperature soak-back.

(5) On the HYD/FUEL panel 40VU:

(a) Release all the FUEL/PUMPS pushbutton switches (the OFF legends
of these pushbutton switches come on).

(6) On the overhead control and indicating panel 25VU:

(a) Set the EXT LT/BEACON switch to OFF.

Subtask 71-00-00-865-092

B. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
1DA1, 1DA2, 2DA1, 2DA2, 2DA3, 3DA1, 3DA2, 3DA3, 4DA1, 4DA2, 4DA3, 5DA1,
5DA2, 5DA3, 1DB1, 1DB2, 4DG1, 4DG2.

Subtask 71-00-00-862-084

C. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).



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TASK 71-00-00-750-001

Fan Trim Balance - 1 sensor 3 speed

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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856A2650 1 CFM56 MULTI-ENGINE TRIM BALANCE PROGRAM


856A2678 1 SOFTWARE-FAN TRIM BALANCE PROCEDURE, CFM56

B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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71-00-00-750-001 Fan Trim Balance - 1 Sensor 1 Speed


77-31-10-720-001 Electrical Test of the No.1 Bearing Vibration Sensor
(4002EV)
77-32-34-750-001 Fan Trim Balance with the EVMU (one Shot Method)
TSM 77-00-00-810-862 Fan Vibration less than 4 Units with Noise / Rumble
TSM 77-00-00-810-863 Fan Vibrations Higher than or Equal to 4 Units and
less than 6 Units on Engine 1 or 2
TSM 77-00-00-810-864 Fan Vibrations Higher than or Equal to 6 Units on
Engine 1 or 2
71-00-00-991-328 Fig. 509
71-00-00-991-329 Fig. 510
71-00-00-991-330 Fig. 511
71-00-00-991-331 Fig. 512
71-00-00-991-332 Fig. 513
71-00-00-991-333 Fig. 514
71-00-00-991-334 Fig. 515
71-00-00-991-335 Fig. 516
71-00-00-991-337 Fig. 517
71-00-00-991-343 Fig. 518
71-00-00-991-349 Fig. 519
71-00-00-991-350 Fig. 520
71-00-00-991-351 Fig. 521



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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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71-00-00-991-352 Fig. 522


71-00-00-991-353 Fig. 523
71-00-00-991-356 Fig. 524
71-00-00-991-354 Fig. 525
71-00-00-991-355 Fig. 526
71-00-00-991-357 Fig. 527
71-00-00-991-358 Fig. 528
71-00-00-991-359 Fig. 529
71-00-00-991-360 Fig. 530
71-00-00-991-373 Fig. 531

3. __________
Job Set-up

**ON A/C 001-049, 052-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

Subtask 71-00-00-869-114-A

A. As an alternative solution, you can use the Fan Trim Balance with the
EVMU (Ref. TASK 77-32-34-750-001).

**ON A/C 051-051,

Subtask 71-00-00-869-114

A. Not Applicable

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

4. Procedure
_________

(Ref. Fig. 509/TASK 71-00-00-991-328, 510/TASK 71-00-00-991-329, 511/TASK


71-00-00-991-330, 512/TASK 71-00-00-991-331, 513/TASK 71-00-00-991-332,
514/TASK 71-00-00-991-333, 515/TASK 71-00-00-991-334, 516/TASK 71-00-00-991-
335, 517/TASK 71-00-00-991-337)



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In-Flight Vibration Recording Example


Figure 509/TASK 71-00-00-991-328



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Calculation Chart for One-Shot Plot Correction Weights


Figure 510/TASK 71-00-00-991-329



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Calculation Chart for One-Shot Plot Correction Weights Calculation Example


Figure 511/TASK 71-00-00-991-330



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Polar Graph for Trim Balance


Figure 512/TASK 71-00-00-991-331



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One-Shot Balancing Weight Plotting Example


Figure 513/TASK 71-00-00-991-332



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One-Shot Better Compromise Determination Example


Figure 514/TASK 71-00-00-991-333



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Balancing Screws
Figure 515/TASK 71-00-00-991-334



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Location of the Balancing Weights


Figure 516/TASK 71-00-00-991-335- 12 (SHEET 1)



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Location of the Balancing Weights


Figure 516/TASK 71-00-00-991-335- 22 (SHEET 2)



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Balancing Weight Centered on One Screw


Figure 517/TASK 71-00-00-991-337- 13 (SHEET 1)



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Balancing Weight Centered on One Screw


Figure 517/TASK 71-00-00-991-337- 23 (SHEET 2)



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Balancing Weight Centered on One Screw


Figure 517/TASK 71-00-00-991-337- 33 (SHEET 3)



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Subtask 71-00-00-750-057

A. General

(1) Cold Trim Balance


Trim balance is a procedure used to reduce the engine vibration
level. This procedure must be applied every time the engine vibration
level reaches 6.0 mils, which leads to rapid loss of the EGT margin,
or every time the engine vibrations result in significant cabin
noise, or after an engine check (Ref. TSM TASK 77-00-00-810-862),
(Ref. TSM TASK 77-00-00-810-863) or (Ref. TSM TASK 77-00-00-810-864).
This procedure is known as Cold Trim Balance because it consists in
correcting the imbalance on a cold engine without the need for
successive ground runs to determine the imbalance to be corrected.
The imbalance is determined using the vibration parameters recorded
in flight by the aircraft EVMU. This procedure allows the engine
vibration level to be maintained continuously, at minimal cost.
Two alternate procedures may be applied giving similar results:

(a) One sensor (No.1 bearing) 3 speeds procedures:


In this procedure, it is easy to do the calculation by hand. This
is explained in detail in the following pages by the use of a
numerical example.
For imbalance correction calculation, the cold trim balance
procedure uses the in-flight recording of the vibrations
delivered by the engine No. 1 bearing vibration sensor, at three
characteristic speeds which are 64 percent of N1, 84 percent of
N1 and Max. of N1, that is between 93 percent and 96 percent.

Trim Balance Procedure:

- The correction of the engine vibration level can be obtained


after initial correction known as one shot correction. If the
results obtained at the next aircraft flight require
improvement, a vectorial analysis is performed.
- The one-shot procedure uses the statistical calculation
coefficients of the engines. A pre-determined matrix gives the
relation of the phase lag to the installed balance weight and
the vibration it generates, as well as the relation of the
installed amount of weight and the vibration level it generates
(sensitivity). This procedure will in most cases solve the
engine vibration problems.
- Vectorial procedure.
This procedure compares the vibrations registered during the
first aircraft flight with the vibrations obtained for the
correction of the weight calculated through the one-shot
procedure and installed on the engine for the next flight. A



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graphic vectorial analysis is used to determine accurately the
phase lag and the sensitivity of the treated engine.
A final balance weight is then determined based on these new
coefficients.
- These calculations can be done by hand, using a polar graph as
shown in the example. A computerized calculation program can
also be used:
This program is available under one reference.
856A2678P01 : Multi-Engine Trim Balance Program. CD-Rom WINDOW
Compatible

NOTE : The above programs are available whatever the trim balance
____
procedure selected.

(b) Two sensors (No. 1 bearing and TRF) 5 speeds procedure


This procedure uses the capacity of the EVMU, to record in flight
vibration data on engine both sensors up to 5 predetermined N1
speeds.
The calculation algorithms are the same as the in above
procedure, but as up to 10 points of calculation may be
performed, it is recommended to use the CFMI programs 856A2678P01
listed above.
The advantage of this procedure is to manage the TRF vibration
level using the one-shot calculation.
As the imbalance correction calculation is done the same way as
in the previous procedure, but with 2 sensors instead of one, the
description of this procedure is not made in the following pages.
Refer to the programme user s guide (GSEM): Ground Support
Equipment Manual for detailed explanation on how to use the
program, when using two sensors.
Recommended speeds are: 64, 84, 88, 92, 96 percent of N1.

(2) Ground trim balance procedure

NOTE : Refer to the 1 sensor 1 speed procedure for running


____
sequences on ground engine (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-750-001).

The same calculation can be performed with the aircraft on the ground
using successive engine ground runs to collect vibration data thru
EVMU, after replacement of fan blades when a static imbalance of 400
g.cm or more is necessary, or at engine change. The 1 sensor, 3
speeds or the 2 sensors, 5 speeds calculation procedure may be
used at operator s option. Description of these procedures is not
made in the following pages as they are identical to the previous
ones, which use ground data instead of in-flight recording data.
An alternate procedure, known as 1 sensor (No. 1 bearing) 1 speed
allows the engine vibration level to be reduced when the aircraft is



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not at the main base and the crew is not familiar with imbalance
correction, after fan blade replacement when the vibration survey is
incorrect. This procedure is therefore performed on ground and allows
the vibration to be reduced to allow take-off and the engine to be
balanced subsequently through a cold trim balance procedure
(Ref. TASK 71-00-00-750-001).
This procedure is described in detail in the following pages using a
numerical example.

(3) In-flight data EVMU programming


Before flight, program EVMU for automatic data acquisition from EVMU
ENGINE UNBALANCE menu select LOAD LEFT/RIGHT sub-menu. Set the
following speeds and save:
N1 N TIME
64 2 15
84 2 15
88 2 15
92 2 15
96 2 15
(N1 = speed in percent, N = speed tolerance, time = stabilisation
time in seconds).

NOTE : The No.1 bearing vibration sensor must be fully serviceable


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(its insulation resistance characteristics are most important)
to get reliable trim balance results. To make sure of this
(Ref. TASK 77-31-10-720-001).

Subtask 71-00-00-750-054

B. One-Shot Plot Procedure

(1) Read the unbalance data values that have been acquired during the
flight for the following N1 speeds: 64, 84, 88, 92, and 96 percent.

NOTE : As during EVMU loading speed tolerance N2 is programmed for 2


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percent speed tolerance, speed recording is eqal to speed
target +/- 2 percent. Therefore the observed N1 speed range
varies from up to 98 percent N1.

(2) Establish a record of the registered vibrations.


(Ref. Fig. 509/TASK 71-00-00-991-328)

NOTE : The figure on the following pages give examples to help


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understanding.


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(3) Prior to any correction calculation, translate the negative angles to
positive angles.
Example: An angle of - 64 degrees must be used for calculation
purposes as 360 - 64 = 296 degrees.

NOTE : The positive angles must be used as such.


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(4) From the vibration level record, take the vibration which corresponds
to the maximum speed reached in flight.
Example: 96 percent of N1 vibrations:
Suppose 2.6 mils at - 124 degrees.

(5) Take the vibrations neared to 84 percent of N1 and 64 percent of N1.


Example: 2 mils at - 142 degrees for 84 percent of N1,
0.8 mils at - 104 degrees for 64 percent of N1.

(6) When the recorded angles are negative, convert as follows:


360 - 124 = 236 degrees
360 - 142 = 218 degrees
360 - 104 = 256 degrees

NOTE : Up to 5 speeds and 2 sensors can be taken for calculation.


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(7) Record these figures. Use the one-shot balancing weight calculation
chart.
(Ref. Fig. 510/TASK 71-00-00-991-329, 511/TASK 71-00-00-991-330)

(8) The balancing weight, for each speed, is obtained by multiplying the
figure of column 1 (vibrations in mils) by the figure of column 2
(sensitivity in g.cm/mils).
Example for 96 percent: 2.6 x 205 = 533 g.cm

(9) The angle of the balancing weight is obtained by subtracting the


figure of column 4 (phase lag) from the figure of column 5 (vibration
angle).
Example for 96 percent N1: 160 - 236 = - 76 degrees i.e.
284 degrees

(10) The balancing weights A, B and C are obtained.


They correspond, for each speed, to the balancing weight that cancels
the engine vibration from bearing No. 1.
Example: A = 533 g.cm at 284 degrees
B = 450 g.cm at 312 degrees
C = 290 g.cm at 289 degrees

(11) On a polar graph, take a g.cm scale and plot the three points.
(Ref. Fig. 512/TASK 71-00-00-991-331, 513/TASK 71-00-00-991-332)



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(12) To determine the balancing weight corresponding to the best
compromise, we must search for the intersection of 3 circles, by
setting vibration level targets for each speed.

(13) The balancing weight is within triangle A, B, C.


The vibration targets are: 1 mil.
0.5 mils at 96 percent of N1
1.0 mils at 84 percent of N1
1.2 mils at 62 percent of N1

(14) About points A, B and C draw 3 circles with the following radiuses
(sensitivity x vibration target):

(a) 205 x 1.0 = 205 g.cm

(b) 225 x 1.0 = 225 g.cm

(c) 365 x 1.0 = 365 g.cm

(15) The balancing weight which meets the target requirements is at the
intersection of the 3 intersecting circles.
(Ref. Fig. 513/TASK 71-00-00-991-332)
In the example of the figure, weight M is within the common hatched
area.
Since this weight is within the triangle A, B, C, the vibration
targets can be improved.

(16) If the circles do not intersect, the targets must be widened or made
narrower by modifying the radius of the circles corresponding to 94,
84 and 64 percent N1.

(17) If all three points A, B and C are within the three circles, the
targets must be reduced to determine the balancing weight.
Example: If you take the same 0.5 mils target for the three points A,
B and C, the respective radiuses will be as follows:
(Ref. Fig. 514/TASK 71-00-00-991-333)

(a) 0.5 x 205 = 102 g.cm.

(b) 0.5 x 225 = 112 g.cm.

(c) 0.5 x 365 = 182 g.cm.


Weight M, common to the three circles, will be 479 g.cm at 296
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(18) On the Fan spinner rear cone, a spherical mark is machined to show
the Fan blade No. 1 location. This first blade is to the left of the
mark, forward looking aft. (The blades are counted counterclockwise).
(Ref. Fig. 515/TASK 71-00-00-991-334)

(19) Determine the position of the balancing screws to be installed on the


spinner rear cone according to the angle.
(Ref. Fig. 516/TASK 71-00-00-991-335, 517/TASK 71-00-00-991-337)
Example: 296 degrees correspond to blade positions No. 7 and No. 8.

(20) To determine the number of screws to be installed and their


respective positions:
(Ref. Fig. 517/TASK 71-00-00-991-337)
and
(Ref. Fig. 518/TASK 71-00-00-991-343)
Example: 478 g.cm at 296 degrees corresponds to the installation of
the following screws:
- P06 in position No. 2
- P06 in position No. 13.
(Ref. Fig. 518/TASK 71-00-00-991-343)

(21) If there are no balancing screws other than P07 in the rear spinner
cone, install the above screws.

(22) If there are balancing screws already installed on the rear spinner
cone, the weight equivalent to the initial weight installed must be
calculated and added as well as the weight determined above.

NOTE : This addition is recommended in order to avoid an excessive


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number of screws installed on the spinner rear cone after
several balancing operations.

(23) Record the initial configuration of the engine. Refer to the table of
following figures to determine the installed weight and its position.
(Ref. Fig. 516/TASK 71-00-00-991-335, 517/TASK 71-00-00-991-337)
and
(Ref. Fig. 518/TASK 71-00-00-991-343)

(24) If the tables do not contain the initial configuration of the


spinner, a vectorial addition of each screw is necessary.
Example: Assume that the configuration was as follows:
- One screw P06 in position No. 23
- One screw P04 in position No. 3
- One screw P05 in position No. 12.



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(25) Note the correspondence of the screws in g.cm.
(Ref. Fig. 515/TASK 71-00-00-991-334)
Example:
- P06 = 412 g.cm.
- P04 = 303 g.cm.
- P05 = 361 g.cm.

(26) On a polar graph, take a g.cm scale and plot the corresponding
weights on the corresponding blade positions.

(27) Select 2 screws and draw 2 circles as follows:

(a) One circle with the end of the first vector as center and the
length of the second vector as radius.

(b) On circle with the end of the second vector as center and the
length of the first vector as radius.

(28) From the end of the first vector, draw a parallel to the second
vector leading to the point of intersection of the two circles.

(29) The vector connecting the origin of the polar graph and the point of
intersection of the two circles equals the vectorial sum of the two
previous balancing screws.
Example:
(Ref. Fig. 519/TASK 71-00-00-991-349)
The sum of P04 in position No. 3 and P06 in position No. 23 is 166
g.cm at 101 degrees.

(30) Add the vector found to the next balancing screw.


Example 166 g.cm at 101 degrees and a P05 screw in position No. 12
give 236 g.cm at 229 degrees.

(31) Once the total initial weight installed on the engine has been
calculated (for example: 236 g.cm at 229 degrees) the correction
weight calculated in step (19) must be added.
Example: 479 g.cm at 296 degrees.

(32) Proceeding as above, on a polar graph, add up these two vectors.


Example:
(Ref. Fig. 520/TASK 71-00-00-991-350)
- Initial weight = 236 g.cm at 229 degrees
- Calculated weight = 479 g.cm at 296 degrees
- Total weight = 609 g.cm at 275 degrees.

(33) Remove the initial screws and replace them by P07 screws.



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Balancing Weight Centered between Two Screws


Figure 518/TASK 71-00-00-991-343- 13 (SHEET 1)



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Balancing Weight Centered between Two Screws


Figure 518/TASK 71-00-00-991-343- 23 (SHEET 2)



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Balancing Weight Centered between Two Screws


Figure 518/TASK 71-00-00-991-343- 33 (SHEET 3)



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Weight Calculation Example (Addition of Screw Weights)


Figure 519/TASK 71-00-00-991-349



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Example of Addition of Initial Weight and Correction Weight


Figure 520/TASK 71-00-00-991-350



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(34) Then determine the screws and positions corresponding to the total
weight in following figures:
(Ref. Fig. 516/TASK 71-00-00-991-335)
and
(Ref. Fig. 517/TASK 71-00-00-991-337)
and
(Ref. Fig. 518/TASK 71-00-00-991-343)
Example: 610 g.cm at 275 degrees.
(Ref. Fig. 516/TASK 71-00-00-991-335)
- This figures indicates that the 275-degree position is between
blades No. 9 and No. 10.
- The 610 g.cm correction weight corresponds to two P04 screws (604
g.cm).
(Ref. Fig. 517/TASK 71-00-00-991-337, 518/TASK 71-00-00-991-343)
- The spinner therefore requires two P04 screws in positions No. 9
and No. 10, which represents exactly 604 g.cm at 275 degrees.
- The rest of the screws on the spinner will be P07.

Subtask 71-00-00-750-055

C. Vectorial Analysis

NOTE : If the vibrations registered during the next flight, after the
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one-shot plot procedure, remain unsatisfactory the vibration level
can be improved by calculating the correction factors
(sensitivity, phase lag) specific to the engine to be balanced.

(1) Record the flight registered vibrations.


Example:
Assume that these vibrations, after addition of 479 g.cm at 296
degrees, are:
at 96 percent of N1 3.0 mils at 340 degrees
at 84 percent of N1 2.0 mils at 320 degrees
at 64 percent of N1 1.0 mils at 330 degrees

(2) Calculate the sensitivity and phase lag as well as the new balancing
weight to be installed as follows:

CAUTION : WE RECOMMEND TO USE GSEM No.11 PRIOR TO USING THE DISKETTES


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IN ORDER TO PREVENT ANY HANDLING ERROR LEADING TO
DESTRUCTION OF THE DATA.

CAUTION : THE PROGRAM WAS DESIGNED TO OPERATE ON IBM PC TYPE OR


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COMPATIBLE COMPUTERS, USING IBM DOS AND EQUIPPED WITH AN
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NOTE : A Ground Support Equipment Manual (GESM) is published by CFMI
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to give the customers the details they need for the
calculation program.

(a) If computation is possible, use the CFM trim balance program


CFM56 MULTI-ENGINE TRIM BALANCE PROGRAM 856A2650G10 or G11 or G12
or SOFTWARE-FAN TRIM BALANCE PROCEDURE, CFM56 856A2678P01.

(b) If not, do calculation as instructed in the following steps.

(3) Fill in the table. See example:


(Ref. Fig. 521/TASK 71-00-00-991-351, 522/TASK 71-00-00-991-352)

(4) After installation of the weight obtained through one-shot


calculation, the initial vibrations noted AB for the 3 speeds become
vibrations AC.
The engine response is determined by measuring vibrations BC on a
polar graph.

(5) On a polar graph, using a mils scale, plot the initial and final
vibration for the maximum speed.
See example:
(Ref. Fig. 523/TASK 71-00-00-991-353)

(6) Using compasses, do as follows.

(a) Take the length of vector BA and draw a circle with radius BA and
center C.

(b) Take the length of vector BC and draw a circle with radius BC and
center A.
The vector which passes through the origin of the polar graph and
the intersection point of the circles is parallel and equal to
BC.

(7) Measure the length and the angle of vector BC.


Example: The engine response at 96 percent N1 is 4.5 mils at 15
degrees.
(Ref. Fig. 523/TASK 71-00-00-991-353)

(8) Record this value in the table.


(Ref. Fig. 521/TASK 71-00-00-991-351)
See example:
(Ref. Fig. 524/TASK 71-00-00-991-356)

(9) Use the same procedure for 84 percent N1 and 64 percent N1.
(Ref. Fig. 525/TASK 71-00-00-991-354, 526/TASK 71-00-00-991-355)



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Engine Sensitivity Calculation Chart


Figure 521/TASK 71-00-00-991-351



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Measurement Recording Example


Figure 522/TASK 71-00-00-991-352



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Determination of Engine Vibration Response at 96 percent N1


Figure 523/TASK 71-00-00-991-353



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Engine Sensitivity Calculation Chart - Calculation Example


Figure 524/TASK 71-00-00-991-356



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Determination of the Engine Vibration Response at 84 percent N1


Figure 525/TASK 71-00-00-991-354



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Determination of the Engine Vibration Response at 62 percent N1


Figure 526/TASK 71-00-00-991-355



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(10) On a polar graph, determine the actual weight added between the two
flights as follows.

(a) Plot the initial weight (for example: 236 g.cm at 229 degrees).
(Ref. Fig. 527/TASK 71-00-00-991-357)

(b) Plot the weight actually installed on the spinner for the other
flight (for example: 604 g.cm at 275 degrees).

(11) Draw two arcs as follows:

(a) One arc with the end of the second vector (second weight) as
center and the length of the first vector (first weight) as
radius.

(b) One arc with the origin of the graph as center and the line
connecting the 2 vectors as radius.
Then note the value and the angle of the weight actually added
(Example: 479 g.cm at 296 degrees).

(12) The engine sensitivity at each speed is obtained by dividing the


weight actually added by the vibration response at each speed.
Example:
96 percent of N1 S = 479 g.cm/4.5 mils = 107 g.cm/mils
84 percent of N1 S = 479 g.cm/3.1 mils = 152 g.cm/mils
64 percent of N1 S = 479 g.cm/1.1 mils = 432 g.cm/mils

(13) The engine phase lag is obtained by adding the following angles:
Angle of the added weight + angle of the vibration response + 180
degrees.
Example:
96 percent = PL = 296 + 15 + 180 = 491 i.e. 131 degrees
84 percent = PL = 296 + 359 + 180 = 835 i.e. 115 degrees
64 percent = PL = 296 + 15 + 180 = 491 i.e. 131 degrees

(14) Record the calculated values in the table


(Ref. Fig. 528/TASK 71-00-00-991-358)
See example:
(Ref. Fig. 529/TASK 71-00-00-991-359)

(15) In the table of figure, record the initial vibrations registered


during the first flight.
(Ref. Fig. 528/TASK 71-00-00-991-358)
See example:
(Ref. Fig. 529/TASK 71-00-00-991-359)



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Calculation of Added Balancing Weight


Figure 527/TASK 71-00-00-991-357



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Calculation of the Vectorial Analysis Balancing Weight


Figure 528/TASK 71-00-00-991-358



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Calculation Chart of the Vectorial Analysis Balancing Weight - Calculation


Example
Figure 529/TASK 71-00-00-991-359



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(16) The improved balancing weights are obtained by multiplying the
figures of column 1 by the figures of column 2.
Example for 96 percent N1: 2.6 x 107 = 283 g.cm.

(17) The angles of the improved balancing weights are obtained by


subtracting the figures of column 5 from the figures of column 4.
Example for 96 percent N1: 131 - 236 = -105, i.e. 255 degrees.

(18) Three balancing weights A, B and C are obtained.


They correspond to the weights which cancel the No. 1 bearing
vibration at the three speeds.
Example: A = 283 g.cm at 255 degrees
B = 304 g.cm at 257 degrees
C = 351 g.cm at 235 degrees

(19) On a polar graph using a g.cm scale, plot these three points.
(Ref. Fig. 530/TASK 71-00-00-991-360)

(20) To determine the balancing weight corresponding to the best


compromise, search for the intersection of three circles by setting
vibration level targets for each speed.

(21) The balancing is within triangle ABC.

(22) These vibration targets are: 1 mil


As the 1 mil circles are larger than the triangle defined by ABC,
then the targets are decreased by 0.5 mils.

(23) About points A, B, C, respectively, draw circles with radiuses


defined by multiplying the sensitivities calculated in figure and the
targets stated above.
(Ref. Fig. 530/TASK 71-00-00-991-360)
Example: 96 percent N1 = 0.5 x 107 = 53 g.cm
84 percent N1 = 0.5 x 152 = 76 g.cm
64 percent N1 = 0.5 x 432 = 216 g.cm
The balancing weight 288 g.cm at 250 degrees is located within the
0.5 mils circles of the 96, 84 percent N1 and 64 percent N1. It is
adequate for balancing the engine.

(24) The initial weight (for example: 236 g.cm at 229 degrees) must be
added to the determined balancing weight (example: 288 g.cm at 250
degrees).
To do so, a vectorial addition of these two vectors must be made,
using the polar graph,
(Ref. Fig. 531/TASK 71-00-00-991-373)



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Figure 530/TASK 71-00-00-991-360



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Example of Addition Weight and Correction Weight


Figure 531/TASK 71-00-00-991-373



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Example: The weight to be installed on the spinner is therefore equal
to 288 g.cm at 250 degrees + 236 at 229 degrees = 515 g.cm at 241
degrees.

(25) Determine the screws to be used and their position:


(Ref. Fig. 516/TASK 71-00-00-991-335, 517/TASK 71-00-00-991-337,
518/TASK 71-00-00-991-343)
and
Example: 240 degrees corresponds to position No. 13.
The weights are therefore centered on one screw. The screws to be
installed on the spinner are the following:
- P03 screw in position No. 9
- P02 screw in position No. 13
- P03 screw in position No. 17.
All the other positions are equipped with P07 screws.
Explanation: 2 screws P03 in position No. 9 and No. 17 is equal to
328 g.cm centered on position No. 13 and one screw PO2 is equal to
158 g.cm giving a total of 358 + 158 = 516 g.cm.



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TASK 71-00-00-750-001- 01

Fan Trim Balance - 1 Sensor 1 Speed

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

This procedure must only be used only after a fan blade replacement and
when:
- the A/C is not at its main base
- the crew is not familiar with the imbalance correction process and that a
computer is not available.
Though it is not as efficient as the Cold Trim Balance procedures (Ref.
TASK 71-00-00-750-001), this procedure will clear the A/C for take-off if
the vibration survey shows that the vibration level is not higher than 6.0
units prior to the flight.

2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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98F10103500000 2 CHOCK-MLG,ENGINE RUN-UP

B. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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31-32-00-860-012 Procedure to Get Access to the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST/ENG


Page
71-00-00-710-003 Engine Automatic Start
71-00-00-869-003 Wind Limitations During Engine Ground Operations
71-00-00-869-004 Safety Precautions During Engine Ground Operations
77-32-34-860-042 Acquire Unbalance Data During the Flight and Read
Unbalance Data
71-00-00-991-361 Fig. 532


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3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 71-00-00-869-208

A. Safety Precautions

(1) Obey the wind limitations and safety precautions during engine ground
operation (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-003) and (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-869-
004).

(2) Make sure that the aircraft is parked on a clean dry flat area. There
must be no oil, grease or other slippery material on that surface.
Pavement must be in concrete because asphalt can cause damage to the
engine.

(3) Make sure that CHOCK-MLG,ENGINE RUN-UP (98F10103500000) are in


position in front of each forward outboard MLG weel.

(4) Make sure that a total of 3000 kg (minimum) of fuel are in the inner
tanks to make sure that the aircraft is stable during the test.

(5) There must be two qualified persons in the cockpit when performing an
engine run. One must monitor the outside and the aircraft behaviour
while the other performs the engine test.

(6) If the aircraft begins to move while performing an engine run,


immediately set all the thrust levers to idle position.

Subtask 71-00-00-865-102

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 L/G/LGCIU/SYS1/NORM 1GA C09
121VU HYDRAULIC/LGCIU/SYS2 2GA Q35
121VU HYDRAULIC/LGCIU/SYS1/GRND SPLY 52GA Q34

4. Procedure
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Subtask 71-00-00-710-089

A. Start the two engines and let them become stable at minimum idle for 5
minutes (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-003).



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Subtask 71-00-00-869-111

B. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the MCDU 1(2), get the SYSTEM REPORT/TEST ENG page (Ref. TASK 31-
32-00-860-012).

(2) Push the key adjacent to the EVMU indication: the first EVMU page
comes into view.

(3) Push the NEXT PAGE key.

(4) Push the key adjacent to the ENGINE UNBALANCE indication.

(5) The EVMU ENGINE UNBALANCE menu comes into view.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

Subtask 71-00-00-750-056

C. Do this procedure:

WARNING : DO NOT LET ONE ENGINE OPERATE AT N1 GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 75


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PERCENT WHEN ONLY THE WHEEL CHOCKS AND THE PARKING BRAKE STOP
THE MOVEMENT OF THE AIRCRAFT.

(1) Before N1 is more than or equal to 75 percent, do this procedure:

CAUTION : DO NOT OPEN LGCIU CIRCUIT BREAKERS 1GA, 2GA, AND 52GA. IF
_______
YOU DO THIS, AIRCRAFT BRAKING THROUGH BRAKE PEDALS DOES NOT
OPERATE.

(a) On the landing gear control and indicating panel 402VU:

1
_ Make sure that the A/SKID & N/WSTRG selector switch 5GG is ON.

R 2
_ Make sure that the PARKING BRAKE control switch is in ON
R position.

(b) Push and hold the brake pedals at the full limit position.

(c) On the RUD TRIM/PARKING BRK panel 110VU:


- Set the PARKING BRAKE control switch to OFF.

(2) Slowly increase power of the non tested engine to 60 percent N1.



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(3) Slowly increase power to 80 percent N1 while monitoring the vibration
parameters of the No. 1 bearing and TRF sensors.

R (4) Warm up the engine at 80 percent N1 for 5 minutes.

(5) Increase engine rate to T/O N1 if the vibration amplitudes are less
than 6 mils.

NOTE : If the vibration amplitude is above 6 mils, do a fan trim


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balance on speed below 6 mils as a pre trim balance and then
trim balance again until the vibration amplitude is below 6
mils.

(6) Record the amplitude (A) and angle (D) of the No. 1 bearing vibration
at the maximum N1 reached.
(Ref. Fig. 532/TASK 71-00-00-991-361)

(7) Reduce power to minimum idle, let the engine power become stable for
5 minutes then stop the engines.

(8) Put the aircraft in the parking-brake applied configuration:

(a) On panel 110VU:


- Set the parking brake control switch to ON.

(b) Release the brake pedals.

(9) Calculate what follows:

(a) Multiply the amplitude of the vibration by 150 g.cm/mils.


Example: 2.1 x 150 = 315 g.cm.

(10) Determine the correction angle by subtracting the vibration angle


from 200 degrees.
Example: 200 - 250 = - 50 = 310 degrees.

(11) Add the screw(s) best fitting the weight to be installed.


Example: 315 g.cm at 310 degrees corresponds to a P04 screw in
position No. 6.

(12) If a screw is already installed in this position, install a screw


whose weight is nearest to the sum of the two screws.
Example: One P01 screw in position No. 6 = 84 g.cm
+ One P04 screw in position No. 6 = 314 g.cm
are equivalent to one P05 screw in position No. 6 = 378 g.cm

(13) Install the determined screw(s) in the required position(s).


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Ground Vibration Recording - Example


Figure 532/TASK 71-00-00-991-361



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(14) Before N1 is more than or equal to 75 percent, do this procedure:

CAUTION : DO NOT OPEN LGCIU CIRCUIT BREAKERS 1GA, 2GA, AND 52GA. IF
_______
YOU DO THIS, AIRCRAFT BRAKING THROUGH BRAKE PEDALS DOES NOT
OPERATE.

(a) On the landing gear control and indicating panel 402VU:


- Make sure that the A/SKID & N/WSTRG selector switch 5GG is ON.
R - Make sure that the PARKING BRAKE control switch is in ON
R position.

(b) Push and Hold the brake pedals at the full limit position.

(c) On the RUD TRIM/PARKING BRK panel 110VU:


- Set the PARKING BRAKE control switch to OFF.

(15) Start the two engines and let them become stable at minimum idle for
5 minutes (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-003)

(16) Slowly increase power of the non tested engine to 60 percent N1.

(17) Increase power of the tested engine to 80 percent N1, let the engine
become stable for 5 minutes for engine warm up.

(18) Accelerate the engine to T/O N1 and make sure that the vibrations are
in the limits before the flight.

R (19) Slowly decrease the engine speed to minimum idle let the engine power
R become stable for 5 minutes then stop the engines.

R (20) Put the aircraft in the parking-brake applied configuration:

R (a) On the RUD TRIM PARKING BRK panel 110VU:


R - Set the parking brake control switch to ON.

R (b) Release the brake pedal.

R (21) Program the