Do not retard the malfunctioning
engine power lever, or turn the
6. Condition lever (dead engine)
stopped. To do so will deactivate the
7. Gear UP.
autofeather circuit and prevent
8. Flaps UP.
9. Power Set (for single-engine
If the autofeather system fails to
operate, identify the dead engine,
10. Engine clean up Perform.
retard the power lever of suspected
engine to confirm identification, then
d. Engine Clean Up. Clean up procedure to
be used after engine malfunction or an
unsuccessful restart is as follows:
1. Power - Maximum allowable.
1. Auxiliary fuel pump (dead engine)
2. Gear- UP.
2. Crossfeed CLOSED (if no restart
3. Flaps - UP.
is to be attempted).
4. Engine clean up - Perform.
3. Fuel firewall valve (dead engine)
CLOSED (if no restart is to be attempted).
c. Engine Malfunction During Flight. Refer to
chapter 7 for single-engine cruise information.
engine malfunctions during flight, maintain directional
control and proceed as follows:
5. Electrical load Monitor.
6. Autoignition (dead engine) OFF.
If the situation permits, analyze the
7. Fuel control heat (dead engine)
malfunction and take appropriate
OFF, (if no restart is to be attempted).
action to restore power.
1. Autopilot/yaw damp Disengage.
Approach. If an engine malfunctions during final
approach (after LANDING CHECK), continue
2. Power As required.
approach using the following procedure:
1. Power As required.
2. Gear DN.
3. Dead engine Identify.
4. Power lever (dead engine) IDLE.
100% flaps must be used to obtain the
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