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2 Recommendations for Conversion to Guidelines

3 What are ATA 100 Specs It establishes standards for the presentation of certain data produced by aircraft, engine, and component manufacturers which is required for support of their products. standards ? presentation ofdata required for support

4 It minimizes cost and effort of operators to make the manufacturer’s data more compatible for the publishers, engineers, airframe manufacturers, owners, and mechanics. A D V A N T A G E S minimizes cost compatible

5 FORMAT STYLE METHOD General Rules

6 FORMAT ( page & text ) –H–Header / Footer Info Manufacturer, Model, Effectivity, Chapt-Sec-Sub, Date, Page Numbering –T–Type Size 10 to 12 pt Sans Serif Font (ARIAL) –6–6 Lines per Inch An inch is 72 points, so 6 lpi is paragraph spacing of Exactly 12 points This ONLY works on 10 pt. Arial font.

7 FORMAT ( Chapter – Section – Sub-Section ) –Each Chapter represents a System Chapters in Illustrated Parts Catalog: Reciprocating Engine Engine and Fuel Control Ignition Engine Controls General Rules

8 FORMAT ( Chapter – Section – Sub-Section ) –Each Section represents a Sub-System Reciprocating Engine (General) Front Section Power Section Cylinder Section Supercharger Section Lubrication General Rules

9 FORMAT ( Chapter – Section – Sub-Section ) – Each Sub-Section coordinates with a Page Block –EXAMPLE:74—20—01 Fault Isolation Chapter Section Fault Isolation Ignition Distribution General Rules System Description1-99 Fault Isolation Special Procedure Removal Installation Disassembly Cleaning Unassigned Inspection/Check Repair Assembly Servicing ( only) Storage (& transportation) Testing Rework (SB Instructions)

10 FORMAT ( indexing ) –LEP, TOC, & Page/Figure Numbering Page numbers further subdivide information. General Rules System Description…… Fault Isolation……… Special Procedures… Removal……………… Installation…………… Disassembly………… Cleaning…… Unassigned… Inspection/Check…… Etc…

11 FORMAT ( indexing ) –LEP, TOC, & Page/Figure Numbering Page numbers further subdivide information. General Rules System Description…… Fault Isolation……… Special Procedures… Removal……………… Installation…………… Disassembly…….…… Cleaning…… Unassigned… Inspection/Check…… Etc…

12 FORMAT ( indexing ) –LEP, TOC, & Page/Figure Numbering Figure numbering style matches page numbering. General Rules System Description…… Fault Isolation……… Special Procedures… Removal……………… Installation…………… Disassembly………… Cleaning…… Unassigned… Inspection/Check……

13 FORMAT ( indexing ) –Main TOC should be more concise –Chapter TOC should have more detail General Rules Chapter TOC NOT PRACTICAL on small manuals

14 METHOD 1. Major Breakdown A. Major Subdivision (1) Steps of Procedure (a) Any further breakdown of the steps 1 Any necessary further breakdown a Any necessary further breakdown General Rules Chapter-Section-Subject will be in the footer

15 METHOD WARNING: CAUTION: NOTE: General Rules

16 METHOD WARNING: ENTIRE WARNING IS IN ALL CAPITAL LETTERS, UNDERLINED, ABOVE AND VERTICALLY ALIGNED WITH THE STEPS THEY APPLY TO. General Rules

17 METHOD CAUTION: ENTIRE CAUTION IS IN ALL CAPITAL LETTERS, UNDERLINED, ABOVE AND VERTICALLY ALIGNED WITH THE STEPS THEY APPLY TO. General Rules

18 METHOD NOTE: These are in upper/lower case, underlined, directly below and vertically aligned to the text they affect. General Rules

19 METHOD WARNING: CAUTION: NOTE: General Rules

20 I llustrated Parts Catalog General Rules Standard Practices for Maintenance_________________________________________________ System Description Standard Practices 1. Electronic Standards 2. Recommended Maintenance Tools Cleaning Cleaning (Standard Practices) 1. Preparation 2. Cleaning Agents and Materials 3. Electrical / Electronics 4. Post-Cleaning Reciprocating Engine Maintenance__________________________________________________ System Description General Description 2. Performance 3. Power Section 4. Cylinder Section 5. Cooling System 6. Sensors 7. Lubrication System 8. Turbocharger System 9. Electronic Engine Control 10. Engine Specifications Fault Isolation Troubleshooting 1. General 2. Engine Troubleshooting Chart Special Procedures Operating Information 1. General 2. Pre-Start Checklist 3. Starting 4. Cold Weather Starting 5. Ground Running and Warm-Up 6. Operations Checklist 7. Stopping and Shut-Down 8. Engine Ordering and Return 9. Return of Runout Engines 10. Return of Engines for Special Adjustment Consideration 11. Parts Return – International 12. Parts Return – Domestic 13. Unscheduled Maintenance Removal (SEE ATTACHMENT) Engine Removal 1. Disconnecting the Engine 2. Removing External Accessories 3. Lifting Installation (SEE ATTACHMENT) Engine Installation 1. General 2. Uncrating 3. Un-inhibiting 4. Installation Set-Up 5. Installation Procedure 6. Connecting External Accessories 7. Pre-Oiling Engines Prior to Start

21 IPC Table of Contents General Rules MAINTENANCE MANUAL Reciprocating Engine Maintenance Power Section System Description Power Section Maintenance 1. General 2. Crankcase 3. Crankshaft and Counterweights 4. Camshaft 5. Bearings Fault Isolation Crankcase 2. Crankshaft and Counterweights 3. Camshaft ILLUSTRATED PARTS CATALOG Reciprocating Engine Front Section 1. Propeller Drive Assy Power Section 1. Crankcase Assy. 2. Crankshaft Idler Gears Cylinder Section 1. Connecting Rods, Pistons 2. Valve Assy Supercharger Section 1. Compressor Mounting Parts 2. Intake Pipes, Air Inlet Lubrication 1. Oil Sump and Induction Housing M M Divided by Procedure s IPC Divided by Systems

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