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What publications can be used as a guide for 100-hour inspections on aircraft engines?

Manufacturers maintenance manuals and FAR Part 43, Appendix D.

1

How do you identify the engine serial number?

It is on the engine data plate.

2

Prior to returning a reciprocating engine to service after a 100-hour inspection, what operational checks must be performed?

Check the power output (static and idle RPM), check magnetos, fuel and oil pressure check, cylinder and oil temperature check.

3

Where are life-limited parts of an engine listed?

Engine maintenance manuals, Type Certificate Data Sheet, and the Airworthiness Limitations section of the instructions for continued airworthiness.

4

Where can engine operating limits be found?

Engine manual, engine specification, type certificate data sheet, and aircraft manufacturer's maintenance manual.

5

Why are hot section inspections performed on turbine engines?

To determine the integrity and wear of the hot section components.

6

What inspections must be performed following a turbine engine overspeed?

Refer to the engine manufacturer's maintenance manual for the required procedures.

7

What inspections must be performed on a turbine engine if the exhaust gas temperature exceeds limitations?

A hot section inspection.

8

What FAA approvals are required when installing an engine that is not on the aircraft type certificate?

Any STC (supplemental type certificate) or an FAA field approval.

9

Under what conditions is compliance with an engine service bulletin mandatory?

When an airworthiness directive references the service bulletin or when compliance is part of the approved operating specifications for a commercial or air carrier operator. When engine or component overhaul procedures require compliance at time of overhaul.