This chapter contains procedures for the maintenance and preservation of the electrical system. Para-
graphs following outline disassembly, inspection, repair, and additional requirements needed to maintain
the electrical system and related parts. Procedures requiring maintenance on the Aviation Intermediate
Maintenance (AVIM) level are specified and must be performed as such. Paragraphs in which the mainte-
nance level is not specified shall be considered Aviation Unit Maintenance (AVUM) and may be performed
at this level or a higher level of maintenance.
Electrical System Maintenance Procedures
Auto-Reignition Control - Removal and Installation
Ignition Exciter - Removal, Inspection and Installation
Spark Igniter - Removal, Cleaning, Inspection, Testing and Installation
Spark Igniter Lead - Removal, Inspection, Installation and Check
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES.
Visually inspect all subassemblies and accessories removed from the engines electrical system. Check for
loose or missing parts. Note any damage or excessive wear. Repair damaged parts where possible. Replace
damaged parts that cannot be repaired. Disassembly procedures provided enable required cleaning, inspec-
tions, repair or replacement.
Auto-Reignition Control - Removal and Installation.
Disconnect aircraft elec-
trical harness from auto-
reignition control (2).