2Navigation System Full IRS preflight alignment? 10 minutes Used to provide ADI attitude and magnetic headingFast realignment?30 secondsWhich IRU's remain powered after 5 minutes when AC power is lost on a ER?Left and Center. The right is limited for 5 minute operationWhich IRU's remain powered after 5 minutes when AC power is lost on the aircraft on a 757?The right, with some exceptions.
5RAT is deployed and producing Hydraulic pressure. 130knts Hydraulic System767Automatically deploy?Both engines fail757Reserve brakes and steeringPTUReserve brakesRATFlight controlsAll Hydraulic Systemshigh load components (gear, flaps, and slats)Normal brakesAlternate brakesFlaps, slats, gear and steeringWhen will PTU automatically operate?Left engine shutdown or left engine pump pressure is low and right engine is operatingOperate continuously with switch ONWhat status page indication is displayed when the hydraulic reservoir requires servicing?RF (Magenta).
6Emergency LightsPassenger oxygen system is operating and the masks have droppedAutomatically deploy?At 14,000 ft cabin altitudeWhat is the meaning of an illuminated Emergency Lights UNARMED light?Emergency lights switch is not in the ARMED position.
7Which lights will illuminate if an Emergency Door is opened with the escape slides armed and the EMER LIGHTS switch in the ARMED position?Exterior fuselage lights and interior emergency lights illuminate on that sideOverhead LightsA forward, aft emergency door, or wing slide door is not closed, and locked2 doors (757).3 doors (767)Fwd equip bay or E/E compt. door6 entry doorsStabilizer trim is ½ the control normal wheel switch rate.Probe is not being heated in flight or neither engine is running on the ground.1. Runaway trim2. A/P trims opp to elevator control3. Manual trim in opp. direction of A/P trimWhen does the probe heat operate?Electrical power is applied to the probe heat any time an engine is running.One or more spoiler pairs are inoperativeRudder Ratio system has failed.Limits rudder deflection at high airspeeds.A fault is detected
8Standby PowerHow long is the main (aircraft) battery capable of powering the Standby Power System? 30 minutesOn Standby Power,what effect will battery depletion have on the gear and flaps?(767)ADP in center Hydraulic system requires DC power to operate. When ADP quits, there will be no Center hydraulic system pressure, therefore no way to operate gear and no flaps hydraulically (ADP air supply valve will close when DC power is lost)Loss of power to either the standby AC or DC bus or both
10Electrical System Utility bus load shedding? B-Both Thrust Levers advanced to takeoff range on the ground with Engines shutdownO-Overload (electrical load exceeds power available)S-Starting EnginesS-Single Generator source (Generator or Engine failure)Purpose of the Bus Tie System?P - Prevents paralleling of L or R main busesP - Provides power to both main busesI - Isolates faults1. Allows DC Bus Tie Breaker to close with loss of DC power2. Allows Capt's Flight Instruments to remain powered with loss of Left AC bus3. Allows F/O's Flight Instruments to remain powered with loss of Right AC busWith a L AC bus fault, will Capt's flight instruments fail?No, automatically powered from R main AC bus.When can a disconnected IDG be reconnected?Only on ground and requires maintenance
11Hydraulic System drives the HDG? Electrical SystemWhat items are normally powered by Ground Service Bus power?Main battery charger, APU battery charger, and misc. cabin/system loadsItems Ground Handling Bus powers?Cargo handling and equipmentGround Handling Bus powered?On ground with external power connected or from APU generatorNormal source of power for Ground Service Bus?Right main AC busWhat happens to Electrical System when engines are started with external or APU electrical power in use?IDG automatically powers respective main bus and previous power source is disconnected from that bus.Alternate sources of power for Ground Service Bus?APU Generator of External PowerHDG provide power to?1.Battery and Hot Battery Buses2.Left and Right AC transfer Buses3.Standby AC and DC buses4.Either Captain's or first officer's flight instrument transfer busMain differences in the -300ER Electrical System?HDG and L & R AC Transfer busHydraulic System drives the HDG?CenterHDG activate automatically?L & R AC buses are unpoweredHow can First Officer's flight instruments be powered from the HDG?ALTN on the FLT INSTR BUS PW switch.
12APU How is fuel supplied to APU when AC power is available? Left FWD AC fuel pumpHow is fuel supplied to APU during start on an unpowered aircraft?DC Fuel pump in left main tankWhat is the maximum altitude for APU electrical power?Aircraft service ceilingAPUWhere are the APU's EGT and RPM indications located?Status pageHow do you reset APU fault detection circuitry in the case of a transient fault?Select OFFWhat are APU starter duty limitations?3 start attempts in a 60 minute periodHow does APU FAULT light affect APU operation?Immediate automatic shutdown with no timed cool downWill APU shut down immediately if selected off with APU BLEED valve open?No, a time delay is incorporated to allow for APU cool downHow will turning BATTERY switch to OFF with APU running affect the APU on the ground?APU will shut down after a cool down cycle.Not recommended due to loss of APU Fire Detection
14Starter/IgnitionWhat is required Bleed Air Duct pressure to complete an Engine ground pneumatic start (Engine start using a huffer ground source)?A duct pressure of 30 psi or greaterWhat is the time limit for igniter operation?No limit
15Fuel System 757 767 ER 2600 PPM Low pump output pressure. Center tank Accomplishedanytime when activatedLow pump output pressure.Allows any fuel pump to supply fuel to either engine767 ER757Why will center tank fuel be used before the main tanks with all fuel tank pumps operating?Center tanks fuel pumps have twice pump output pressure of main pumpsCenter pumps off with more than 1200 lbs in center tank. Low fuel of 2200 lbs in either main tank. Fuel imbalance of 1800 lbs (757) or 2000 pounds +/- 500 lbs (767) between L & R main tanksWhen will center tank pumps operate?Respective engine is above 50% N2Can fuel balancing be done in any phase of flight?Yes.
17Ice/Rain Protection System When should Engine Anti-Ice be used?. OAT is 50 degrees F (10C) or less &:"Visible moisture is present or"Runways and taxiways are wetBoth ice detectors have failedIcing is detected and any switch is OFF or an anti-ice valve is closedWing anti-ice can be operated in flight only and is inhibited on the ground767757Ice Detector System indicates ice buildup on the airplaneCommands wing and engine anti-ice valves to open and close automatically as directed by Ice Detection System in flight. Auto function is inhibited on the groundPart of wing does Wing Anti-Ice System on B767 heat?Three outboard leading edge slats on each wing.Part of wing does Wing Anti-Ice System on B757 heat?Three mid-wing leading edge slats on each wing.WINDOW HEAT INOP lightWindow is not being heated
18Ice/Rain Protection System 757767Can an engine that is shut down be anti-iced on a 757?Yes (thru the islolation valve)Can an engine that is shut down be anti-iced on a 767?NoWhat part of engine does Engine Anti-Ice System heat?Engine cowl inlets are heated by bleed air.
19Pressurization System Reset 8500ft11,000 feet during automatic operation?Regardless of mode selected (AUTO 1, 2), the outflow valve is signaled to close1. AUTO 1 and AUTO 2 are both inoperative or manual mode has been selected2. Regain control By placing MODE SELECTOR in manual.What should be put in LDG ALT window if a return to takeoff airport is necessary?New destination airportAUTO mode fails?Automatically switches to the other auto modeLimits of 500FPM climb and 300FPM descent
20Equipment Cooling/Cargo Heat How is smoke removed from the Equipment Cooling System on the B-757?Automatically with the overboard exhaust valveWhy must L RECIRC FAN switch on B-757 remain ON at all times?To provide E/E coolingEquip Cooling InoperativeHow long before a loss of essential avionics & electrical equipment could occur?90 Minutes. (essential equipment on STBY buses only)757OVRD has been selected and no cooling airflow detected in forward E/E. Armed only in OVRD positionProvides maximum cooling (Reconfigures the system for recirculating the cooling air back through the system)How are cargo compartments heated on the B757?Automatic, no controls or indicators in cockpit. Heat provided from the bleed air system767Cargo Compartment temperature is above standard control range.Position of the Equipment Cooling Selector is used to remove SMOKE 767
21Describe how bleed air is normally supplied to the center duct on the B767. From the crossover manifold which is supplied from either engine or APU.PneumaticsDuct pressure to complete an Engine ground pneumatic start (Engine start using a huffer ground source).A duct pressure of 30 psi or greater.A high temperature leak is detected767ER757BLEED and Engine Bleed OFF lights illuminating simultaneously?Bleed Air Malfunction (bleed air temperature is excessive)Systems use bleed air from center duct on 767?ADP for C Hydraulic System, aft & bulk cargo compartment heat & C Hydraulic Sys reservoirArms the engine bleed air valve to open when bleed air is availableEngine Bleed Air Valve is closedBleed Air malfunction (bleed air temperature is excessiveHow are the bleed air valves actuated?Pressure actuated
22Air-conditioning System What is the purpose of the Trim Air System?Adds warm air to control individual zone temperatures as required by the Zone Temperature ControllerWhich temperature zone controls the output of the air conditioning packs during automatic temperature control?The compartment demanding the coolest temperatureAir-conditioning System757767Trim Air System fails or the TRIM AIR switch OFF?Packs auto maintain an avg. temp. to all compartmentsRestore pack operation once pack has cooled by pushing which switch.overheated or autocontroller faultThe pack valve is closed (pack is off).Sets a temperature to full cold operation
23Auto Flight SystemLoss of the left AC bus affect the Autoflight System?Loss of L&C FCC's. This will render the autopilots inoperativeWhat does THR HOLD indicate?Thrust levers remain in existing position or where manually placedDescribe what happens when the APP switch is pushed?1.Arms LOC and GS2.If an autopilot is engaged it will arm the other autopilots3.Busses separate to provide independent sources of power to the autopilotsAutothrottle controlling to the selected EPR reference thrustWhat roll modes does the Bank Limit Selector affect?HDG SELHow can another pitch or roll mode be engaged after localizer and/or glideslope mode are captured?With LOC captured, select another roll mode. With G/S captured, select another pitch mode. With LOC and G/S both captured, you must select GA or disengage the autopilots and turn both FD's offSpeed onPitch attitudeAltitude at the time the switch was pushedLOC Capture.LOC appears green in each ADI, ILS frequency change in inhibited, and Heading Bug slews to selected ILS front courseWhat happens during an automatic approach at 1500 feet RA with the localizer and glideslope captured?ASA annunciates LAND 3, multi A/P engagement and rudder control engagement, FLARE and ROLLOUT armedWhat happens at 200 feet RA?LAND 2/NO LAND 3 is inhibited, and electrical system auto power transfer inhibited (bus isolation)
24ADI On takeoff F/D's command airspeed? 1.The greater of V or liftoff speed + 152.If current airspeed remains above target airspeed for 5 seconds, target airspeed resets to current airspeed, to a max of V2 + 253.IAS/MACH window speed if IAS/MACH window speed is changed to speed greater than target airspeedWhat are the color designations for armed modes versus engaged modes on the ADI?White indicates armed and green indicates activeWhat occurs during an automatic go-around once a climb rate of 2000 FPM is reached?Autothrottles control thrust to maintain FPMIf an engine fails during takeoff, the F/D's command what airspeed?V2 or airspeed at lift-off, whichever is greaterHow large of an airspeed deviation does the Fast/Slow Indicator show?+/- 10 knotsWhat are the indications of an ILS receiver failure?LOC and GS flagsWhat occurs with a flight failure in either pitch or roll?The respective steering bars disappearautopilot is engagedAt lift-off, what do roll commands maintain?Ground trackWhat happens if Windshear is detected & either GA switch is pushed?Activates the Windshear Recovery Guidance System
25NDWhat is indicated at the top of the HSI compass rose when operating in the MAP mode?TrackDistance to the active waypointETA at the Active waypoint400 feetDescribe how to distinguish the active waypoints from other waypoints.The active waypoint is magenta
31Flight Instrument failures Mach/Airspeed, Altimeter, VSI failure
32Standby InstrumentsWhat is the attitude information source for the Standby Attitude Indicator?Self contained gyroWhat is the ILS information source for the Standby Attitude Indicator?Center ILS receiver
33Which Hydraulic System power the Normal Brake System on the B-757? Right B-767? RightBrakesWhich Hydraulic System power the Alt. Brake System on the B-757?Left B-767? CenterWhen are the autobrakes activated during a rejected takeoff?On the ground, above 85 knots, and both thrust levers at idleHow is the Alternate Brake System activated?Automatically with low right hydraulic system pressureWhich Hydraulic System powers the reserve brakes on the B-767? Center B-757? RightAutobrakes are disarmed or inoperativeWhat happens when the RESERVE BRAKES switch is pushed on the B-757?Reserve hydraulic fluid is provided to the right hydraulic system electric pump. Pump pressure is then supplied to the normal brake system onlyWhat is the backup source of hydraulic pressure for Nose Wheel Steering System on the B767?Center reserve fluid using the C-1 hydraulic pump, which is activated by the RESERVE BRAKES and STEERING switchWhen are Autobrakes deactivated?Fault (autobrake or antiskid)Speedbrake lever moved to down detent after deployment on groundThrust lever, either advanced after landingOff selectedPedal braking appliedWhich Brake Systems have anti-skid capability?Normal, alternate, reserve, and accumulatorNormal and Alternate Brake Hydraulic System pressures are low
34EICAS/Warning How can warning alerts messages be cleared? Only by correcting condition causing warningDescribe function of AUTO position of Standby Engine Indicator Selector.Powers up if AC power is lost, if EICAS fails, or if a CRT has failed & STATUS selected on groundHow many EICAS computers?TwoWhat is function of RECALL switch?Displays first page of any previously canceled EICAS messages if conditions still existWhen will Landing Configuration Warning alert crew if the gear is not down and locked?In flight & aircraft is at or below 800 feet RA with either thrust lever set to idle or any time the flaps are in a landing positionWhat EICAS message occurred first?The last on the list (bottom) ex. [R Pack Off]What is min dispatch pressure for crew oxygen?1,000 PSI
35EICAS/Warning Identify most recent EICAS messages? Most recent message is displayed at top of its respective levelMASTER WARNING lights & Fire Bell inhibited?Nose gear strut extension for 20 seconds or 400 feet RA (whichever occurs firstWhen are MASTER CAUTION lights and beeper inhibited?On the ground with both fuel cutoff switches in cutoff or on takeoff at 80 knots & ends at 400 ft RA or 20 sec. after rotation whichever occurs firstHow does an abort above 80 knots affect MASTER CAUTION lights and beeper?Inhibited until slowing below 75 knotsWhat type of abnormal situation is indicated by a bell aural?Fire warningWhat is the purpose of a status message?Messages affecting aircraft dispatch
36Power PlantWhat is the primary instrument for setting thrust on the B757?EPRWhat normally controls Maximum Certified Thrust Limit (dual amber radials on inside of the EPR indicator)?EEC's or the TMCWhat color will the EGT pointer and counter turn when reaching the Maximum Continuous EGT Limit?Amber except during Takeoff or Go Around amber color change will be delayed for five minutesHow long can engine be operated with the oil temperature above red line limit?No time allowed - engine must be shut down.
37Power Plant 757 767 (FADEC) 767 (Non FADEC) B767PW (FADEC)? operating in alt. (N1) mode.Powers EEC from airplane power.maintenance purposes only, unless directed per MEL for dispatch.( 757)Primary source of power for EEC's?Own alternatorB767PW (FADEC)?operating in. (EPR) mode.767 (Non FADEC)ONINOPWhy EEC INOP on the B767 (GE) call for reducing thrust levers to mid position before turning OFF EEC control switch?Prevents exceeding thrust limitsEEC INOP light on the B-767 GE (NON-FADEC)?It is either failed or turned off.
41Landing GearHow are the uplocks released on the B767 using the Alternate Gear Extension System?An electric motor trips the locking mechanism for each gear767Describe how the Alternate Gear Extension System operates on the B757.Fluid in the supply line to a dedicated DC powered electric hydraulic pump is pressurized to release door and gear uplocks757
42Flight Controls What illuminates TRAILING EDGE light? A flap disagree exists or a flap asymmetry exists or Flap Load Relief system is not operating when requiredWhen would automatic ground spoiler deployment occur?Speedbrake Lever armed, landing gear fully on the ground (not tilted), and thrust levers are at idleWhen will the speedbrakes deploy if they are not armed prior to landing?On the ground when either reverse thrust lever moved to the reverse idle detent.What happens to the Slats and Flaps when Flaps 1 is selected on the B757?Slats move to midrange and flaps extend to 1.What type of trim will override input of Electrical Trim switches on the control wheel?Alternate Trim Lever or ALTN STAB TRIM switch input.What happens to the slats and flaps on the B-767 when flaps 1 degree is selected?Slats go to Midrange position and the flaps remain retractedWhen do the slats move to the landing position?Selection of flaps 25 degreesHow many ailerons are installed on a B757?Two. On a B767?Four.STAB TRIM CUTOUT switches do in cutout posit.?Removes hydraulic power to respective Stabilizer Trim Control ModuleDescribe what happens when either Alternate Flaps switch is placed in ALTN position.Arms selected LE slat or TE flap alternate drive unit & shuts off hydraulic power to both slat & flap drive systemsType of asymmetry and load relief protection are available when using ALTN extension?None, except for the 757 LE slats. (asymmetry protection)When do the outboard ailerons on the B767 operate?At low airspeeds
43Fire Protection System What type of fire protection is provided for the main gear wheel well?The main gear wheel well has fire detection and warning. There is no fire extinguishing systemDescribe what happens when an APU fire occurs on the ground?On the ground, a fire warning horn sounds and the APU auto shuts downWith an engine fire, how can the fire bell be silenced?1.Extinguishing the fire2.Pulling the engine fire switch3.Pushing either master warning/caution reset switchDescribe when the Engine, APU, and Cargo Fire Detection System are tested.Automatically when electrical power is applied or manually by using the FIRE/OVHT test panel
44Fire Protection System How many fire bottles are available for cargo fires on 757? 767ER?Two, Three.What indications on the overhead panel would you expect to see illuminated after pushing the AFT Cargo Compartment ARM switch on a B-757?Right Recirc Fan INOP lightWhat indications on the overhead panel would you expect to see illuminated after pushing the AFT Cargo Compartment ARM switch on a B-767?Both Recirc Fan INOP lightsWhy is it important to push the FAIL P-RESET switch after a sys fail light illuminates?Resetting allows monitoring of the remaining systems and extinguishes the fail lightWhat are the cockpit indications of a failure of the Engine Fire Detection System?SYS FAIL light illuminates and an EICAS Advisory message