# F15 Engine Run GP

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F15c engine run GP test

• 1.

### If the engine has been shut down more than 30 mins buts less than 3 1/2 hours, motor to cool the engine for ___________ seconds.

• A.

90

• B.

20

• C.

40

• D.

60

C. 40
Explanation
If the engine has been shut down for more than 30 minutes but less than 3 1/2 hours, the motor needs to cool the engine for 40 seconds.

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• 2.

### Motor to cool time starts when finger lift is ________

• A.

Raised

• B.

Lowered

A. Raised
Explanation
When the finger is raised, it means that the finger is no longer in contact with the motor. This allows the motor to start cooling down because there is no longer any friction or resistance from the finger. Therefore, the cooling time for the motor starts when the finger is raised.

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• 3.

### What is the minimum engine operating time for checking drain limits

• A.

7 min

• B.

12 MIN

• C.

2 MIN

• D.

10 MIN

C. 2 MIN
Explanation
The minimum engine operating time for checking drain limits is 2 minutes. This means that the engine needs to be running for at least 2 minutes in order to properly check and assess the drain limits.

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• 4.

### How many drops are allowed from any ONE source per 5 minutes?

• A.

17

• B.

22

• C.

1

• D.

4

C. 1
Explanation
The question asks about the maximum number of drops allowed from any one source per 5 minutes. The correct answer is 1, indicating that only one drop is allowed from any one source within a 5-minute period.

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• 5.

### Is aircraft operation allowed with stores installed and umbilical’s connected?

• A.

Yes

• B.

No

• C.

Maybe

• D.

Depends

B. No
Explanation
Aircraft operation is not allowed with stores installed and umbilicals connected. Stores refer to external attachments such as missiles or fuel tanks, and umbilicals are cables or hoses that connect the aircraft to external power or equipment. These need to be removed or disconnected before the aircraft can safely operate.

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• 6.

### Speed brake switch should be in the ____________ position

• A.

Rearward

• B.

Forward

• C.

None

• D.

Centered

D. Centered
Explanation
The speed brake switch should be in the "centered" position. This means that the switch should be in the middle or neutral position. This ensures that the speed brake is neither activated nor deactivated, allowing for a balanced and controlled flight. The other options, "rearward" and "forward," would activate or deactivate the speed brake, which is not the desired position for normal flight operations.

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• 7.

### Which engine can be started if external power is used?

• A.

Left

• B.

Right

• C.

Both

• D.

Neither

B. Right
Explanation
If external power is used, the engine that can be started is the right engine.

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• 8.

### Left and right PITOT HEAD HEAT C?B’s must be open prior to engine start

• A.

False

• B.

True

B. True
Explanation
The left and right PITOT HEAD HEAT C/B's must be open prior to engine start. This means that the circuit breakers for the pitot head heat on both the left and right sides of the aircraft must be in the "on" position before starting the engine. This is important because the pitot head heat helps prevent ice from forming on the pitot tubes, which could affect the accuracy of the airspeed indicators. By ensuring that the PITOT HEAD HEAT C/B's are open before engine start, the pilot can ensure that the pitot tubes are clear and the airspeed indications are reliable during the flight.

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• 9.

### During engine start oil pressure indication should be noted within:

• A.

30 seconds after engagement

• B.

1 minute after engagement

• C.

30 seconds after light off

• D.

1 minute after engine light off

D. 1 minute after engine light off
Explanation
During engine start, the oil pressure indication is expected to stabilize within a certain timeframe after the engine is turned off. In this case, the correct answer states that the oil pressure should be noted 1 minute after the engine light is turned off. This means that after the engine has been shut down, it should take approximately 1 minute for the oil pressure to stabilize and reach a consistent level. It is important to monitor the oil pressure during this time to ensure that it is within the acceptable range for proper engine function.

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• 10.

### What is maximum FTIT on start

• A.

954C

• B.

970C

• C.

680C

• D.

970C for less than 30 seconds

C. 680C
Explanation
The maximum FTIT on start is 680C.

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• 11.

### What is maximum FTIT at idle in primary mode?

• A.

695C

• B.

575C

• C.

625C

• D.

600C

B. 575C
Explanation
The maximum FTIT at idle in primary mode is 575C.

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• 12.

### What is minimum oil pressure, including fluctuations at idle?

• A.

10psi

• B.

5psi

• C.

15psi

• D.

20psi

C. 15psi
Explanation
The minimum oil pressure, including fluctuations at idle, is 15psi. This means that the oil pressure should not drop below 15 pounds per square inch (psi) when the engine is idling. It is important to maintain sufficient oil pressure to ensure proper lubrication and protection of the engine components. Fluctuations in oil pressure are normal during idle due to the varying demands of the engine, but it should not go below the minimum threshold of 15psi.

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• 13.

### What is maximum FTIT fluctuation at any power setting?

• A.

+/- 10C

• B.

+/- 15C

• C.

+/- 20C

• D.

+/- 5C

A. +/- 10C
Explanation
The maximum FTIT fluctuation at any power setting is +/- 10C. This means that the FTIT (Fan Turbine Inlet Temperature) can fluctuate up to 10 degrees Celsius above or below the set power setting. This fluctuation range allows for some variation in temperature while still maintaining the desired power setting.

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• 14.

### What is the maximum N2 RPM fluctuation at any power setting?

• A.

+/- 5%

• B.

+/- 1%

• C.

+/- 10%

• D.

0%

B. +/- 1%
Explanation
The correct answer is +/- 1%. This means that the maximum fluctuation in N2 RPM (rotations per minute) at any power setting is plus or minus 1%. In other words, the N2 RPM can vary by a maximum of 1% above or below the target value. This level of fluctuation is considered to be very precise and indicates a high level of control over the engine's performance.

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• 15.

### What is maximum oil pressure during starts and initial operations?

• A.

30psi

• B.

100psi

• C.

80psi

• D.

15psi

B. 100psi
Explanation
During starts and initial operations, the maximum oil pressure is 100psi. This high pressure is necessary to ensure proper lubrication and smooth operation of the engine components, especially during the critical initial stages. Adequate oil pressure is crucial for preventing friction, reducing wear and tear, and maintaining the engine's performance and longevity.

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• 16.

### On engine start, after advancing the throttle to idle, if light off does not occur within 30 seconds, what is the first action that should be taken?

• A.

Abort start by moving throttle to off and setting ENG MASTER switch to OFF

• B.

Bleed engine fuel system

• C.

Operate emergency boost pressure switch

• D.

A. Abort start by moving throttle to off and setting ENG MASTER switch to OFF
Explanation
If the light off does not occur within 30 seconds after advancing the throttle to idle on engine start, the first action that should be taken is to abort the start by moving the throttle to off and setting the ENG MASTER switch to OFF. This action is necessary to prevent any potential damage or unsafe conditions that may arise from a failed start.

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• 17.

### Oil pressure light goes off when pressure of both engines is greater than:

• A.

15 plus or minus 5 psi

• B.

20 plus or minus 10 psi

• C.

45 psi

• D.

8 plus or minus 1 psi

D. 8 plus or minus 1 psi
Explanation
The oil pressure light goes off when the pressure of both engines is greater than 8 plus or minus 1 psi. This means that the acceptable range for the oil pressure is between 7 and 9 psi. If the pressure falls below 7 psi or goes above 9 psi, the oil pressure light will remain on as an indication of low pressure.

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• 18.

### If engine is not stable at idle, what action should be taken?

• A.

Abort

• B.

Advance throttle to 75% for two minutes

• C.

Place EEC switch to OFF

• D.

Throttle burst to MIL to ensure EEC comes on the line

B. Advance throttle to 75% for two minutes
Explanation
If the engine is not stable at idle, advancing the throttle to 75% for two minutes can help stabilize the engine. This action increases the fuel flow to the engine, which can help improve its stability and prevent stalling. By maintaining this throttle position for two minutes, it allows the engine to stabilize and potentially resolve any issues causing the instability.

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• 19.

### During engine start at approximately what percent of N2 RPM will the GEN  OUT light on the caution light panel go out?

• A.

45 to 50%

• B.

10 to 20%

• C.

35 to 38%

• D.

65 to 80%

A. 45 to 50%
Explanation
During engine start, the GEN OUT light on the caution light panel will go out at approximately 45 to 50% of N2 RPM.

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• 20.

### What is the hydraulic pressure of PC1?

• A.

A. 2550 to 3000

• B.

B. 2750 to 3000

• C.

C. 2750 to 3250

• D.

D. 3000 to3250

C. C. 2750 to 3250
Explanation
The hydraulic pressure of PC1 is between 2750 and 3250.

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• 21.

### To scavenge engine oil, advance throttle to _________ for __________ seconds. Retard throttle to IDLE for 1 to 2 seconds, then retard to off

• A.

80-85% for 5-10 seconds

• B.

70-75% for 5-10 seconds

• C.

65-70% for 5-10 seconds

• D.

75-78% for 5-10 seconds

D. 75-78% for 5-10 seconds
• 22.

### At approximately what percent RPM do you advance the throttle to IDLE

• A.

A. 18%

• B.

B. 25%

• C.

C. 10%

• D.

D. 30%

A. A. 18%
Explanation
The correct answer is A. 18%. This means that when advancing the throttle to IDLE, it should be done at approximately 18% of the maximum RPM. This suggests that the throttle should be gradually reduced to reach the IDLE position, rather than abruptly moving it to the lowest setting. This allows for a smoother transition and helps prevent stalling of the engine.

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• 23.

### To avoid JFS/CGB damage, during normal operation procedures, JFS must not be engaged for more than?

• A.

A. 30 SEC

• B.

B. 120 SEC

• C.

C. 90 SEC

• D.

D. 60 SEC

C. C. 90 SEC
Explanation
During normal operation procedures, the JFS (Jet Fuel Starter) should not be engaged for more than 90 seconds to avoid damage. Engaging the JFS for a longer period can lead to overheating and potential failure, which can be costly to repair. Therefore, it is important to adhere to the recommended time limit to ensure the proper functioning and longevity of the JFS.

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• 24.

### What system must be disabled to perform a wet engine motor?

• A.

A. Throttle disconnected

• B.

B. Engine Alternator (ignition)

• C.

C. Decoupled

• D.

D. JFS disengaged

B. B. Engine Alternator (ignition)
Explanation
To perform a wet engine motor, the engine alternator (ignition) must be disabled. This is because the engine alternator provides the electrical power to ignite the fuel in the engine. By disabling the engine alternator, the ignition system is turned off, preventing the engine from starting and allowing the wet engine motor to be performed safely.

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• 25.

### After priming the JFS, how much time must pass before trying another JFS start?

• A.

B. 30 min

• B.

A. 10 min

• C.

C. 5 min

• D.

D. 20 min

B. A. 10 min
Explanation
After priming the JFS, it is recommended to wait for 10 minutes before trying another JFS start. This waiting period allows the JFS to stabilize and ensures that all necessary processes and systems are ready for another start. It also allows any potential issues or errors to be resolved before attempting another start, reducing the risk of further complications. Waiting for this specified time period helps to ensure the smooth and efficient functioning of the JFS.

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• 26.

### To what percent N2 RPM will the JFS motor the engine?

• A.

A. 14% or above

• B.

C. 33% or above

• C.

D. 40% or above

• D.

B. 23% or above

D. B. 23% or above
Explanation
The JFS motor is responsible for providing power to the engine. The question is asking at what percentage of N2 RPM (the rotational speed of the high-pressure compressor) the JFS motor will start providing power. The correct answer is B. 23% or above, indicating that the JFS motor will start providing power when N2 RPM reaches 23% or higher.

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• 27.

### If the JFS does not start after making two consecutive tries:

• A.

A. Check fuel filters

• B.

B. Check JFS accumulators

• C.

D. Prime JFS fuel system

• D.

C. Service the oil system

C. D. Prime JFS fuel system
Explanation
If the JFS (Jet Fuel Starter) does not start after two consecutive tries, the correct action to take is to prime the JFS fuel system. This means that there may be an issue with the fuel supply to the JFS, and priming the system can help to ensure that fuel is properly delivered to the starter. Checking the fuel filters and JFS accumulators may also be necessary, but priming the fuel system is the most immediate and appropriate response in this situation.

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• 28.

### After JFS control handle has been pulled the STARTER-READY light should come on within:

• A.

A. 3 seconds at 0F and above

• B.

B. 10 seconds at 0F and above

• C.

C. 15 seconds at 0F and above

• D.

D. 5 seconds at 0F and above

B. B. 10 seconds at 0F and above
Explanation
The correct answer is B. 10 seconds at 0F and above. This means that after the JFS control handle has been pulled, the STARTER-READY light should come on within 10 seconds when the temperature is 0F and above. This indicates that the engine is ready to start.

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• 29.

### If JFS does not start on first try, how much time should elapse before initiating a second JFS

• A.

A. 10 SEC

• B.

B. 20 SEC

• C.

C. 40 SEC

• D.

D. 30 SEC

D. D. 30 SEC
Explanation
If JFS does not start on the first try, it is recommended to wait for 30 seconds before initiating a second JFS. This waiting period allows for any potential issues or errors to be resolved before attempting to start JFS again. Waiting for a sufficient amount of time ensures that the system has enough time to recover and prevents any potential conflicts or errors that may occur if JFS is restarted immediately after the first attempt.

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• 30.

### Following engine shutdown from idle on a hot dday prior to restarting JFS and/or engine(s) it may be required to:

• A.

A. Allow engine to cool for 3 minutes to prevent bowed rotor

• B.

B. Bleed N2 sensor during power on start

• C.

D. Apply boost pressure to engine before starting

• D.

C. Ensure N1 and N2 rotors turn freely

C. D. Apply boost pressure to engine before starting
• 31.

### If ambient temperature is ________ or below, set ENG HEAT switch to ON.

• A.

D. 45 F

• B.

A. 0 C

• C.

B. 32 F

• D.

C. 45 C

A. D. 45 F
Explanation
If the ambient temperature is 45 degrees Fahrenheit or below, it is necessary to turn on the ENG HEAT switch. This is because the ENG HEAT switch is used to activate the engine heating system, which helps prevent any ice formation on the engine during colder temperatures. Therefore, if the temperature is at or below 45 degrees Fahrenheit, it is important to turn on the ENG HEAT switch to ensure safe operation of the engine.

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• 32.

### What factors determine if JFS accumulators are properly serviced?

• A.

A. Ambient temp, piston position, and 3000 psi on hydraulic utility gauge

• B.

B. At least a piston position indication of 10

• C.

C. Ambient temp, piston position indicator reading and gas pressure of both accumulators

• D.

D. At least 2900 psi on pressure gauge

C. C. Ambient temp, piston position indicator reading and gas pressure of both accumulators
Explanation
The factors that determine if JFS accumulators are properly serviced are the ambient temperature, piston position indicator reading, and gas pressure of both accumulators. These factors need to be monitored and maintained within the appropriate ranges to ensure that the JFS accumulators are functioning correctly.

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• 33.

### Which grounding receptacle should be used to ground the aircraft during an engine run?

• A.

A. Left pylon grounding point

• B.

B. Right pylon grounding point

• C.

C. Grounding point forward of left inlet

• D.

D. Either MLG grounding point

D. D. Either MLG grounding point
Explanation
During an engine run, it is necessary to ground the aircraft to prevent any potential electrical discharge or static buildup. The grounding point forward of the left inlet is not suitable for this purpose as it is not specifically designed for grounding during engine runs. The left and right pylon grounding points are also not ideal as they may not provide a secure and stable grounding connection. On the other hand, the MLG (Main Landing Gear) grounding points are specifically designed for grounding the aircraft during engine runs. Therefore, either MLG grounding point can be used to effectively ground the aircraft during an engine run.

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• 34.

### What is normal for stabilizing the engine before shutdown?

• A.

A. 5 mins at 80 percent

• B.

D. 5 mins at IDLE

• C.

B. 5 mins at MIL

• D.

C. 5 mins at 75 percent

B. D. 5 mins at IDLE
Explanation
To stabilize the engine before shutdown, it is normal to run it at IDLE for 5 minutes. This allows the engine to cool down gradually and prevents any sudden temperature changes that could potentially damage the engine components. Running the engine at IDLE also helps to circulate oil and fuel, ensuring that they are evenly distributed throughout the engine before it is turned off. This practice is commonly followed in order to maintain the longevity and performance of the engine.

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• 35.

### When must the canopy be closed and locked?

• A.

For engine runs above 10 percent above idle RPM

• B.

For engine runs above 80 percent N2 RPM

• C.

For engine runs above 75 percent N2 RPM

• D.

For engine runs above 60 percent N2 RPM

B. For engine runs above 80 percent N2 RPM
Explanation
The canopy must be closed and locked for engine runs above 80 percent N2 RPM. This is likely because at higher RPMs, there is an increased risk of debris or foreign objects being sucked into the engine, which could cause damage or malfunction. Closing and locking the canopy helps to prevent any potential hazards from entering the engine during these high-speed runs.

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• 36.

### In normal run procedures L & R INLET RAMP SWITCH is to be set to EMERGENCY.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The correct answer is true because in normal run procedures, the L & R INLET RAMP SWITCH is indeed set to EMERGENCY. This is likely done to ensure the proper functioning and safety of the aircraft during the run procedures.

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• 37.

### In normal run procedures the LANDING/TAXI LIGHT is to be set to ON.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
In normal run procedures, the LANDING/TAXI LIGHT is not required to be set to ON.

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• 38.

### In normal run procedures the fuel control panel DUMP switch is set to NORM

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
In normal run procedures, the fuel control panel DUMP switch is set to NORM. This means that the switch is in its normal position, indicating that the fuel control panel is operating as intended. This setting allows for proper fuel flow and control during normal operation.

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• 39.

### In normal run procedures the SLIPWAY door switch is set to OPEN or CLOSE

• A.

Open

• B.

Close

B. Close
Explanation
The SLIPWAY door switch is set to "close" in normal run procedures. This means that the door switch is in the closed position during regular operations.

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• 40.

### In normal run procedures the ejection controls safety lever is set to EJECTION CONTROLS LOCKED

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
In normal run procedures, the ejection controls safety lever is set to "EJECTION CONTROLS LOCKED." This means that the lever is in a locked position, preventing accidental activation of the ejection controls. This safety measure ensures that the ejection system is not engaged unintentionally during regular operations, reducing the risk of harm to the pilot or crew members. Therefore, the given answer "True" is correct.

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• 41.

### Normal engine starting procedure, which engine is started first?

• A.

Left

• B.

Right

• C.

Both

• D.

Neither

B. Right
Explanation
The correct answer is "right" because in a normal engine starting procedure, the right engine is typically started first. This is because the right engine is typically the "number 2" engine, and starting it first allows for better control and balance during the starting process. Once the right engine is started and stabilized, the left engine can then be started.

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• 42.

### During a JFS run, JFS accumulators are not charged

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
During a JFS run, JFS accumulators are not charged. This means that the accumulators, which are used to store and calculate values in a JFS (Job Flow Scheduler) system, do not receive any new inputs or updates during the run. Instead, they retain their previous values and are used for calculations or comparisons as needed. This is true because the purpose of a JFS run is typically to analyze or evaluate a specific set of data or conditions, rather than actively updating or modifying the accumulators.

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• 43.

### At what temperature are anti-personnel guards not to be used unless a spotter is used?

• A.

32F or below

• B.

32F

• C.

45F or below

• D.

0C

C. 45F or below
Explanation
Anti-personnel guards are not to be used unless a spotter is used when the temperature is 45F or below. This suggests that at temperatures above 45F, it is safe to use anti-personnel guards without the need for a spotter.

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• 44.

### What is the normal nozzle position at idle in primary mode?

• A.

65-100%

• B.

5-30%

• C.

70-95%

• D.

50-60%

C. 70-95%
Explanation
The normal nozzle position at idle in primary mode is typically between 70-95%. This means that the nozzle is partially open, allowing a controlled amount of fuel to flow into the engine during idle. This range ensures that the engine is receiving enough fuel to maintain a stable idle speed without causing it to stall or run too rich.

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• 45.

### Proper oil servicing must be done within how long after shutdown?

• A.

15min

• B.

30min

• C.

45min

• D.

75min

B. 30min
Explanation
Proper oil servicing must be done within 30 minutes after shutdown. This time frame is crucial to ensure that the oil is still warm and flowing properly, allowing for effective servicing and maintenance. Waiting too long after shutdown can cause the oil to cool down and become thicker, making it more difficult to drain and replace. Additionally, delaying oil servicing can increase the risk of contaminants settling in the oil, potentially leading to engine damage or reduced performance. Therefore, it is important to adhere to the recommended 30-minute time frame for oil servicing after shutdown.

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• 46.

### If hung star occurs and RPM and FTIT stop at 45 – 55 percent RPM during start, what action should be taken?

• A.

Throttle-OFF, ENG MASTER-OFF, repeat

• B.

Have the ground man apply boost pressure

• C.

Advance throttle to clear start anomaly

• D.

Throttle OFF, ENG FIRE PUSH- light PUSH, cont

A. Throttle-OFF, ENG MASTER-OFF, repeat
Explanation
If a hung star occurs and RPM and FTIT stop at 45-55 percent RPM during start, the correct action to take is to throttle-OFF, ENG MASTER-OFF, and then repeat the start process. This means shutting off the throttle, turning off the engine master switch, and attempting the start again. This is done to address the issue and try to achieve a successful start.

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• 47.

### If engine control light comes on, be sure throttle has been at IDLE for at least _______ seconds before cycling Engine Control switch

• A.

10 sec

• B.

30 sec

• C.

60sec

• D.

90 sec

D. 90 sec
Explanation
The engine control light may come on due to various reasons, such as a malfunctioning sensor or a problem with the engine system. To ensure accurate readings and proper functioning of the engine control switch, it is important to give the throttle enough time to reach the idle position. Waiting for at least 90 seconds allows the throttle to fully settle at idle, ensuring that the engine control switch is cycled correctly and any potential issues are accurately detected.

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• 48.

### Avionics status panel indicators ____________ must be inspected after shutdown for fault indication

• A.

2 and 3

• B.

16, 17, 18, and19

• C.

14 and 15

• D.

46, 47, 48, and 49

B. 16, 17, 18, and19
Explanation
After the shutdown of avionics, the indicators numbered 16, 17, 18, and 19 must be inspected for any fault indication.

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• 49.

### Engine light-off is indicated by a rise in ___________

• A.

EGT

• B.

FTIT

• C.

PGM

• D.

LPT

B. FTIT
Explanation
Engine light-off is indicated by a rise in FTIT. FTIT stands for Fan Turbine Inlet Temperature, which is the temperature of the air entering the fan turbine section of the engine. When the engine is shut off, there is no more fuel being burned, leading to a decrease in EGT (Exhaust Gas Temperature) and PGM (Pressure and Gas Monitoring) values. However, the FTIT may rise momentarily after engine shutdown due to residual heat in the engine. Therefore, a rise in FTIT indicates engine light-off.

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• 50.

### If fuel low light comes on, ______________ to prevent causing engine damage

• A.

Continue and monitor fuel level

• B.

Monitor fuel quantity

• C.

Reset FUEL PRESS REQ circuit breaker and monitor

• D.

Shut down engines

D. Shut down engines
Explanation
If the fuel low light comes on, it is important to shut down the engines to prevent causing engine damage. Continuing to operate the engines with low fuel can lead to fuel starvation, which can cause the engine to stall or even suffer from permanent damage. Shutting down the engines allows for a safe inspection of the fuel level and prevents any further complications. Monitoring the fuel quantity or resetting the circuit breaker may not address the immediate issue of low fuel and could potentially worsen the situation.

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