Gasoline and kerosene.
Gasoline and diesel fuel.
Diesel fuel and kerosene.
Diesel fuel and aviation gasoline.
Lower viscosity of jet fuels.
Higher viscosity of jet fuels.
Lower viscosity of free water.
Higher viscosity of free water.
A green flag pops out of the filter.
Fuel pressure from the fuel pump is low.
A differential pressure indicator is actuated.
There is no way to tell without disassembling the filter.
Regulating engine RPM.
Regulating compressor discharge pressure.
Controlling turbine exhaust pressure.
Controlling turbine inlet temperature.
A closed loop design.
An open circuit design.
The feedback control unit.
A direct mechanical connection to all engine sensors.
Adjust and reseal the component.
Keep the component in service to meet the mission.
Forward the component to the authorized depot for reflow and resealing.
Continue to keep the component in service if it is documented as a red diagonal on Form 781A, Hydromechanical Fuel Control.
Safety sealed and/or lockwired.
Treated with a thread locking compound.
Rear compressor variable vane actuators with pneumatic (air) pressure.
Rear compressor variable vane actuators with fuel pressure.
Variable exhaust nozzle actuators with pneumatic pressure.
Variable exhaust nozzle actuators with fuel pressure.
Tt 2.5 sensor.
Fuel pump controller.
Signature elimination probe.
AFP, AFC, fuel/oil cooler, P&D, and fuel nozzles.
MFC, fuel/oil cooler, P&D, and fuel nozzles.
AFC, AFP, fuel/oil cooler, P&D, and fuel nozzles.
Fuel/oil cooler, P&D, MFC, and fuel nozzles.
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