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PEL
*1. Airfield—SELECT
*2. 100 KIAS—CLIMB
*3. Flaps/gear—UP
*4. Instruments—CHECK
*5. ELP—INTERCEPT
EMERGENCY ENGINE SHUTDOWN
*1. Condition lever—FUEL OFF
*2. Emergency fuel shutoff handle—PULL
EMERGENCY EXIT
*1. Canopy—OPEN
*2. Battery—OFF
*3. Harness, cords, mask—RELEASE
*4. Parachute—UNFASTENED
*5. Aircraft—EVACUATE
ABNORMAL STARTS
*1. Condition lever—FUEL OFF
*2. Ignition switch—HOLD OFF
*3. Starter—OFF
*4. Ignition switch—RELEASE
ABNORMAL ITT DURING SHUTDOWN
*1. Emergency engine shutdown—EXECUTE
*2. Ignition switch—HOLD OFF
*3. Starter—ON
If condition persists or fire light illuminates:
*4. Starter—OFF
*5. Emergency exit—EXECUTE
ENGINE FIRE ON THE GROUND
*1. Starter—OFF
*2. Emergency engine shutdown—EXECUTE
*3. Emergency exit—EXECUTE
ENGINE FIRE IN AIR
*1. Fire—CONFIRM
*2. Emergency engine shutdown—EXECUTE
*3. Cockpit environmental control—OFF
If fire persists:
*4. Bailout—EXECUTE
If fire extinguishes:
*5. Engine failure—EXECUTE
If no fire indications:
*6. PEL—EXECUTE
ELECTRICAL/UNKNOWN FIRE—VMC
*1. Batt/gen switches—OFF
*2. 100% Oxygen—DON
*3. Airspeed—REDUCE
*4. Environmental control—OFF
If fire persists:
*5. Engine fire—EXECUTE
If fire extinguishes:
*6. Land as soon as possible.
7. Restoring electrical power—EXECUTE
ELECTRICAL/UNKNOWN FIRE—IMC
*1. Utility bus switches—OFF
*2. Non-essential equipment—OFF
*3. 100% Oxygen—DON
*4. Airspeed—REDUCE
*5. Cockpit environmental controls—OFF
If fire persists:
*6. Bailout—EXECUTE
If fire extinguishes:
*7. Land as soon as possible.
ENGINE FAILURE
*1. Airspeed—MAINTAIN (100 KIAS)
*2. Flaps/gear—UP
*3. Instruments—CHECK
*4. Prop—FTHR
*5. Landing site—SELECT
*6. Harness—LOCK
*7. Airstart—PERFORM
*8. No landing site—BAILOUT
*9. Emergency engine shutdown—EXECUTE
*10. Mayday/7700—BROADCAST
*11. ELP—INTERCEPT
*12. Flaps/gear—AS REQUIRED
*13. Canopy—EMERGENCY OPEN
*14. Battery—OFF
AIRSTART
*1. PCL—IDLE
*2. Emergency fuel shutoff handle—DOWN
*3. Standby fuel pump—ON
*4. Starter—ON
*5. Instruments—MONITOR
*6. Starter—OFF (when ITT peaks or no indication of start)
*7. Standby fuel pump—OFF (if no start)
If start successful:
*8. Condition lever—FULL INCREASE
*9. PCL—ADVANCE
*10. PEL—EXECUTE
*11. Autoignition—ON
FUEL CONTROL STUCK AT MINIMUM FLOW (ROLLBACK)
*1. Condition lever—FULL INCREASE
*2. EPL—ADVANCE TO DESIRED PWR SETTING
If resultant power insufficient to execute PEL:
*3. EPL—DISCONNECT
*4. Engine failure—EXECUTE
If sufficient power restored:
*5. PCL—IDLE
*6. PEL—EXECUTE
COMPRESSOR STALLS
*1. PCL—SLOWLY RETARD BELOW STALL
*2. Cockpit environmental controls—FULL FORWARD
*3. PCL—SLOWLY ADVANCE
If power available not sufficient to PEL:
*4. Engine failure—EXECUTE
If sufficient power available:
*5. PEL—EXECUTE
UNCONTROLLABLE HIGH POWER
*1. PEL—EXECUTE
*2. Friction lock knob—FULL DECREASE
*3. Condition lever—FUEL OFF (rapidly)
*4. Engine failure—EXECUTE
SMOKE OR FUME ELIMINATION
*1. 100% Oxygen—DON
*2. Airspeed—REDUCE
*3. Cockpit environmental controls—FRESH AIR INCREASE
If smoke or fumes cannot be eliminated:
*4. Canopy—EMERGENCY OPEN
OIL SYSTEM MALFUNCTION/CHIP DET
*1. PEL—EXECUTE
If engine failure or mechanical malfunction occurs:
*2. Emergency engine shutdown—EXECUTE
*3. Engine failure—EXECUTE
FUEL PRESSURE
*1. PEL—EXECUTE
*2. Standby fuel pump—ON
If light remains on:
3. Descend below 15,000 ft and avoid high power settings.
FUEL LEAKS OR SYPHONING
If fire, flameout, or failure possible:
*1. PEL—EXECUTE
If engine indications are normal:
*2. Land as soon as practicable.
3. Smoke or fume elimination—EXECUTE
4. Landing gear emergency extension—EXECUTE
BLEED AIR WARNING LIGHT
1. Cockpit environmental controls—FRESH AIR INCREASE
2. If light remains illuminated w/ hot air coming out, land as soon as practical.
INVERTER FAILURE
*1. Other inverter—SELECT
If light remains illuminated:
*2. Electrical control—TAKE COMMAND
*3. Circuit breakers—IN (115Vac, 1-amp; inverter control relay; INV 1 and INV 2)
PROP RPM OUT OF LIMITS
*1. Condition lever—ADJUST TO NORMAL RANGE
If persists:
*2. PEL—EXECUTE
If norm restored:
*3. Land as soon as practicable.
UNCOMMANDED PROP FEATHER
*1. Condition lever—FULL INCREASE RPM
If prop remains fthr:
*2. PCL—ADVANCE
If resultant power does not improve performance:
*3. PCL—IDLE
*4. Engine failure—EXECUTE
If prop unfthrs:
*5. PEL—EXECUTE
PROP RPM FLUCTUATIONS
*1. Prop test circuit breaker—PULL
If flux ceases, continue flight; if flux continues:
*2. PEL—EXECUTE
SPLIT FLAP CONDITION
*1. Flap lever—RESET to prior position
2. FLAP PWR circuit breaker—PULL
3. Land as soon as practicable.
INFLIGHT DAMAGE/BINDING CONTROLS
*1. Maintain aircraft control, if unable—BAILOUT
*2. Climb—AS REQUIRED
*3. Check flight characteristics above 5000 ft AGL.
4. Straight in approach. Land as soon as possible.
OUT OF CONTROL RECOVERY (SPIN)
*1. Controls—POSITIVELY NEUTRAL
*2. PCL—IDLE
*3. Altitude—CHECK
*4. AOA, airspeed, turn needle—CHECK
If in spin:
*5. Flaps/gear—UP
*6. Rudder—FULL OPPOSITE TURN NEEDLE
*7. Stick—FORWARD OF NEUTRAL (erect) or NEUTRAL (inverted)
*8. Controls—NEUTRALIZE WHEN ROTATION STOPS
*9. Recover from unusual attitude.
WINDSHEAR
*1. Waveoff—EXECUTE
ABORTING T/O
*1. PCL—FULL BETA
*2. Wheel brakes—AS REQUIRED
If going onto unprepared terrain:
*3. Canopy—EMERGENCY OPEN
*4. Emergency engine shutdown—EXECUTE
*5. Emergency exit—EXECUTE
BRAKE FAILURE
*1. Aircraft—STOP, using other cockpit brakes
*2. Beta, brakes, rudder
If going into unprepared terrain:
*3. Emergency engine shutdown—EXECUTE
*4. Emergency exit—EXECUTE
STRIKE OF GROUND OBJECT
*1. Emergency engine shutdown—EXECUTE
TIRE FAILURE ON T/O ROLL
*1. Aborting T/O—EXECUTE
If airborne:
*2. Landing gear—REMAIN DOWN
3. Get visual confirmation.
4. Land a/c on good tire side of runway.
5. Maintain direction control with rudder. Use Beta and brakes to decelerate.
6. Do not taxi with blown tire.
HARD LANDING
On rwy:
*1. Full stop—EXECUTE
Airborne:
*2. Gear—REMAIN DOWN
3. Airborne gear inspect—EXECUTE
Damage confirmed:
4. Execute appropriate landing procedure.
Damage not confirmed:
5. Normal landing.
BAILOUT
*1. Notify crew.
*2. Canopy—EMERGENCY OPEN
*3. Cords and hoses—DISCONNECT
*4. Harness—RELEASE
*5. DIVE from aircraft.
*6. D-Ring—PULL
DITCHING
*1. Speed—MAINTAIN (100 KIAS minimum)
*2. Flaps/gear—UP
*3. Instruments—CHECK
*4. Condition lever—FTHR
*5. Landing direction—SELECT
*6. Harness—LOCKED
*7. Airstart—PERFORM
*8. Bailout—CONSIDER
*9. Emergency engine shutdown—EXECUTE
*10. Flaps—DOWN
*11. Canopy—EMERGENCY OPEN
*12. Emergency exit—EXECUTE
*13. LPU—INFLATE once clear of aircraft.