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The Annual Condition Inspection - Powerplant DVD

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Part# 13-23184
MFR Model# 2007-DISC-DVD

Overview

A&P instructors from Redstone College give a step by step demonstration of an annual inspection of a Lycoming 0-360 engine from AD search through compression, ignition, induction, exhaust, cooling, electrical systems, oil and filters, propeller through the test flight and log entries; along with many hints and tips from the professionals.

Spartan College instructors Tim Guerrero and Vaughn Dowell take you through a step by step demonstration of a 100 hour inspection of the powerplant section of a Lycoming 0-360 powered Piper Archer.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • AD search
  • Pre-inspection flight
  • Cleaning the engine
  • Compression check
  • Oil & filter change
  • Spark plug inspection
  • Spark plug service
  • Ignition harness
  • Magnetos & timing
  • Electrical power systems
  • Fluid leaks
  • Carburetor & fuel system
  • Induction
  • Cooling system
  • Exhaust system
  • Cabin heat exchangers
  • Firewall & engine mount
  • Propeller
  • Cowling
  • Post inspection flight
  • Log entries
  • Special safety wiring section

Specifications

  • Publisher: Aircraft Technical Book Co.
  • ISBN-13: 9780977489633
  • Copyright Date: 2003
  • Run Time:51 min
  • eBook
  • File Type: Quicktime (.mov)
  • File Size: 65.1Mb
  • Requirements: Windows and Macintosh
  • File Security: none

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