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EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS
(Memory Item

INDICATIONS
 Any situation that requires immediate evacuation of the aircraft after the engine has been shut down and the aircraft has been brought to
a full stop on the ground

ACTIONS
 Call out “EGRESS, EGRESS, EGRESS!” and accomplish the EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS procedure:
1. PARKING BRAKE…SET. 
2. HEADSET & SAFETY BELTS…REMOVE.
3. CANOPY…UNLOCK, OPEN. 
4. EVACUATE AIRPLANE IMMEDIATELY.

STARTER RELAY FAILURE
INDICATIONS
 The START Warning light remains illuminated after you release the key during engine start.
 Audible indication that the starter motor is still engaged after you release the key during engine start.
 The propeller does not spin up to normal idle RPM when you release the key after engine start

ACTIONS
 Accomplish the STARTER RELAY FAILURE procedure:
1. THROTTLE…IDLE.
2. MIXTURE…IDLE CUTOFF. 
3. IGNITION SWITCH…OFF.
4. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…OFF.


ELECTRICAL MALFUNCTION (LOW VOLTAGE ON THE GROUND)
INDICATIONS
 Voltmeter indicates significantly less than 14 volts during normal ground operations with the engine running.
 Ammeter indicates negative (discharging battery) during ground operations with the engine running.
 GEN Warning light is illuminated during ground operations with the engine running.
 COM transmitter power has been reduced message on the GNS 430 display

ACTIONS
 Accomplish the ELECTRICAL MALFUNCTION (LOW VOLTAGE ON THE GROUND) procedure:
1. NON-ESSENTIAL ELECTRICAL CONSUMERS…OFF. 
2. RETURN TO PARKING.

ELECTRICAL MALFUNCTION (LOW VOLTAGE DURING FLIGHT/GEN FAILURE)
INDICATIONS
 A low voltage indication (significantly less than 14 volts) on the voltmeter during flight.
 A negative (discharging battery) indication on the ammeter during flight.
 An illuminated GEN Warning light during flight.
 COM transmitter power has been reduced message on the GNS 430 displa

ACTIONS
 Accomplish the ELECTRICAL MALFUNCTION (LOW VOLTAGE DURING FLIGHT/GEN FAILURE) procedure:
1. NON-ESSENTIAL ELECTRICAL CONSUMERS…OFF.
2. LAND AS SOON AS CONDITIONS PERMIT
-----IF GEN WARNING LIGHT ILLUMINATED-----
3. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…CYCLE GEN SIDE (OFF, ON)
4. GEN CIRCUIT BREAKER…RESET IF TRIPPED
5. GEN CNTRL CIRCUIT BREAKER…RESET IF TRIPPED
-----IF GENERATOR IS STILL OFFLINE-----
6. AMMETER & VOLTMETER…MONITOR.

ELECTRICAL MALFUNCTION (TOTAL ELECTRICAL POWER FAILURE)
INDICATIONS
 All electrically powered equipment becomes inoperative during flight

ACTIONS
 Accomplish the ELECTRICAL MALFUNCTION (TOTAL ELECTRICAL POWER FAILURE) procedure:
1. BATTERY CIRCUIT BREAKER…RESET IF TRIPPED
2. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…CHECK ON. 
-----IF ELECTRICAL POWER IS NOT RESTORED--
3. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…OFF.
4. LAND AS SOON AS CONDITIONS PERMIT


FLAP MALFUNCTION
INDICATIONS
 Flap position indicator lights do not show the position currently selected with the flap switch.
 When checked visually, the flap position does not appear to match the position selected with the flap switch.
 The expected change in aircraft performance does not occur when selecting a new flap setting.
 Sudden rolling moment when changing flap setting

ACTIONS
 Accomplish the FLAP MALFUNCTION procedure:
1. FLAP SWITCH…CHECK POSITION.
2. FLAP POSITION INDICATOR LIGHTS…CHECK. 
3. FLAPS…VISUALLY CHECK POSITION. 
4. INSTRUMENT PANEL LIGHT RHEOSTAT…OFF. 
-----WHEN AIRSPEED AND ALTITUDE PERMIT-----
5. FLAPS CIRCUIT BREAKER…RESET IF TRIPPED.
6. FLAP SWITCH…CHECK ALL POSITIONS. C

ENGINE FIRE ON THE GROUND
INDICATIONS
 Visible flames or smoke emanating from the engine compartment during ground operations.
 Notification from third party (ground personnel, other aircrew, or ATC) of fire or smoke emanating from your aircraft.
 Scent of burning gasoline, oil, or other components in the engine compartment.
 Discoloration, bubbling, and/or melting of the engine cowling skin.
 Fluctuating engine gauges with erratic or rough engine operation.
 Abnormally high indications on temperature-related engine gauges.
 Structural damage to the engine compartment (e.g., after a ground collision) that may lead to fuel leakage and fire

ACTIONS
 Accomplish the ENGINE FIRE ON THE GROUND procedure:
1. FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE…OFF.
2. CABIN HEAT…OFF.
3. MIXTURE…IDLE CUTOFF. 
4. IGNITION SWITCH…OFF. 
5. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…OFF
6. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS

ELECTRICAL FIRE ON THE GROUND
INDICATIONS
 Strange odors (e.g., burning electrical insulation) in the cockpit during ground operations.
 Flames, sparks, or smoke emanating from the instrument panel or other location with electrically-powered equipment.
 Abnormally high indication on the ammeter during ground operations.
 One or multiple circuit breakers tripping during ground operations.
 Failure or uncommanded operation of an electrically-powered system during ground operations

ACTIONS
 Accomplish the ELECTRICAL FIRE ON THE GROUND procedure:
1. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…OFF. 
2. THROTTLE…IDLE. 
3. MIXTURE…IDLE CUTOFF.
4. IGNITION SWITCH…OFF. 
5. CANOPY…UNLOCK, OPEN. 
6. FIRE EXTINGUISHER…DISCHARGE AS REQUIRED.
7. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS

ENGINE FIRE DURING FLIGHT
INDICATIONS
 Visible flames or smoke emanating from the engine compartment during flight.
 Discoloration, bubbling, and/or melting of the engine cowling skin.
 Fluctuating indications on engine gauges, and abnormally high indications on temperature-related engine gauges.
 Erratic or rough engine operation accompanied by other indications of engine fire during flight.
 Scent of burning gasoline, oil, or other components in the engine compartment during flight.
 Notification from third party (e.g., other aircrew or ATC) of fire or smoke emanating from your aircraf

ACTIONS
 Accomplish the ENGINE FIRE DURING FLIGHT procedure:
1. FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE…OFF.
2. CABIN HEAT…OFF.
3. FUEL PUMP…OFF.
4. AIRSPEED…73 KIAS.
5. FORCED LANDING

ELECTRICAL FIRE DURING FLIGHT
INDICATIONS
 Flames, sparks, or smoke emanating from the instrument panel or other location with electrically-powered equipment.
 Strange odors (e.g., burning electrical insulation) in the cockpit during flight.
 Abnormally high indication on the ammeter during flight.
 One or multiple circuit breakers tripping during flight.
 Failure or uncommanded operation of an electrically-powered system during flight

ACTIONS
 Accomplish the ELECTRICAL FIRE DURING FLIGHT procedure:
1. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…OFF.
2. AIR VENTS AND WINDOWS…OPEN. 
3. FIRE EXTINGUISHER…DISCHARGE IF SMOKE CONTINUES.
4. LAND AS SOON AS CONDITIONS PERMIT
-----LINES 5-17 ONLY IF ELECTRICAL PWR ESSENTIAL & FIRE IS OUT----- Situations that justify restoring electrical power
after an in-flight electrical fire are unlikely in day VFR conditions. However, if you determine that operating electrically powered
equipment is essential to the safe operation of the aircraft, use the following actions to restore power to the required systems.
Reset any required circuit breakers systematically, allowing time between each one to monitor the voltmeter and ammeter for
abnormal indications and to notice additional odors, smoke, sparks, or flames. If resetting a specific circuit breaker indicates a
faulty circuit or produces any further indication of fire, pull that breaker immediately and confirm that any resulting smoke has
stopped. Repeat line 3 if required (FIRE EXTINGUISHER…DISCHARGE IF SMOKE CONTINUES).
5. AVIONICS MASTER SWITCH…OFF
6. ELECTRICALLY POWERED EQUIPMENT…OFF
7. ALL CIRCUIT BREAKERS…PULL
8. BATTERY CIRCUIT BREAKER…RESET
9. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH (BAT SIDE ONLY)…ON
10. GEN CIRCUIT BREAKER…RESET
11. GEN CNTRL CIRCUIT BREAKER…RESET
12. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…ON
13. AVIONICS MASTER CIRCUIT BREAKER…RESET
14. AVIONICS MASTER CNTRL CIRCUIT BREAKER…RESET
15. AVIONICS MASTER SWITCH…ON
16. ANY CIRCUIT BREAKERS…RESET IF REQUIRED
17. ELECTRICALLY POWERED EQUIPMENT…AS REQUIRE

CABIN FIRE IN FLIGHT
INDICATIONS
 Burning odor, smoke, or flames coming through the cabin heat system (window defrosting vents, or floor vents).
 Flames and/or smoke in the cockpit that cannot immediately be identified as an electrical fire.
 Dizziness, headache, nausea, fatigue, or positive indication on the carbon monoxide detecto

ACTIONS
Accomplish the CABIN FIRE IN FLIGHT procedure:
1. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…OFF.
2. AIR VENTS AND WINDOWS…OPEN.
3. CABIN HEAT…OFF.
4. FIRE EXTINGUISHER…DISCHARGE AS REQUIRED.
5. LAND AS SOON AS CONDITIONS PERMI

DEPARTING A PREPARED SURFACE
(Memory Item)
INDICATIONS
 The aircraft is going to depart the prepared surface (runway, taxiway, or ramp) due to a loss of directional control (e.g., blown main gear
tire, brake failure, etc.) or due to inability to stop the aircraft on the paved surface (e.g., overrunning the runway after an aborted takeoff
or a forced landing)

ACTIONS
Accomplish the DEPARTING A PREPARED SURFACE procedure:
1. CONTROL STICK…FULL AFT.
2. MIXTURE…IDLE CUTOFF.
3. IGNITION SWITCH…OFF.
4. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…OFF.
-----AFTER THE AIRCRAFT IS STOPPED-----
5. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRES

ABORT
INDICATIONS
 Engine-related malfunction during the takeoff roll prior to liftoff.
 Any system malfunction or abnormal cockpit indication during takeoff roll prior to liftoff.
 Any situation where a rejected takeoff is required for safety reasons

ACTIONS
Call out “ABORT, ABORT, ABORT!” and accomplish the ABORT procedure:
1. THROTTLE…IDLE.
2. BRAKES…AS REQUIRED. 
3. FLAPS…CRUISE. 
-----LINES 4-7 AS REQUIRED----- 
4. MIXTURE…IDLE CUTOFF.
5. IGNITION SWITCH…OFF. 
6. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…OFF.
7. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS.


ENGINE MALFUNCTION IN FLIGHT (SUFFICIENT RUNWAY REMAINING TO LAND)
(Memory Item)
INDICATIONS
 Any emergency landing when the aircraft is in a position to land on the runway straight ahead.
 Abnormal engine performance or engine roughness after liftoff with sufficient runway remaining to land straight ahead.
 Partial or total loss of engine power after liftoff with sufficient runway remaining to land straight ahead.
 Rapid reduction in airspeed shortly after takeoff while attempting to maintain normal climb attitude.
 Any engine-related emergency where it is more hazardous to continue the takeoff climb than to attempt landing on the remaining runway

ACTIONS
Accomplish the ENGINE MALFUNCTION IN FLIGHT (SUFFICIENT RUNWAY REMAINING TO LAND) procedure:
1. AIRSPEED…60 KIAS.
2. FLAPS…LDG. 
3. LAND ON REMAINING RUNWAY.
-----LINES 4-7 AS REQUIRED-----
4. MIXTURE…IDLE CUTOFF
5. IGNITION SWITCH…OFF
6. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…OF

ENGINE MALFUNCTION IN FLIGHT (INSUFFICIENT ENGINE POWER AFTER TAKEOFF)
(Memory Item)
INDICATIONS
 Inability to maintain positive rate of climb after takeoff due to partial loss of engine power.
 Uncommanded reduction in engine power/RPM during takeoff climb.
 Audible reduction in the engine RPM during takeoff climb.
 Decreasing airspeed and stall warning during takeoff climb while maintaining full throttle and normal climb attitude.
 VSI indicates zero or negative during full-throttle takeoff climb at VY

ACTIONS
Accomplish the ENGINE MALFUNCTION IN FLIGHT (INSUFFICIENT ENGINE POWER AFTER TAKEOFF) procedure:
1. AIRSPEED…60 KIAS
2. THROTTLE…FULL
3. MIXTURE…FULL RICH.
4. FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE…ON.
5. IGNITION SWITCH…BOTH. 
6. FUEL PUMP…ON. 
7. ALTERNATE AIR…ON. 
----- IF SUFFICIENT ENGINE POWER IS RESTORED -----
8. PRECAUTIONARY EMERGENCY LANDING
----- IF SUFFICIENT ENGINE POWER NOT RESTORED -----
9. FORCED LANDIN

ENGINE MALFUNCTION IN FLIGHT (ENGINE RUNNING ROUGHLY)
INDICATIONS
 Engine roughness, engine vibrations, engine sputtering, surging RPM, abnormal engine sounds, or abnormal cockpit indications for any
engine-related system.
 Uncommanded reduction in engine RPM.
 Perceptible loss of available engine power during flight

ACTIONS
 Accomplish the ENGINE MALFUNCTION IN FLIGHT (ENGINE RUNNING ROUGHLY) procedure: 1. MIXTURE…FULL RICH.
2. ALTERNATE AIR…ON
3. FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE…ON.
4. FUEL PUMP…ON.
5. IGNITION SWITCH…CYCLE 
6. THROTTLE…PRESENT POSITION.
-----IF NO IMPROVEMENT-----
7. THROTTLE…MINIMUM REQUIRED POWER. 
8. PRECAUTIONARY EMERGENCY LANDING

ENGINE MALFUNCTION IN FLIGHT (OIL PRESSURE LOSS, BELOW GREEN ARC)
INDICATIONS
 Low or fluctuating oil pressure indication during flight.
 Steadily rising oil temperature indication with an abnormally low oil pressure indicatio

ACTIONS
Accomplish the ENGINE MALFUNCTION IN FLIGHT (OIL PRESSURE LOSS, BELOW GREEN ARC) procedure:
1. OIL TEMPERATURE…CHECK
-----IF OIL TEMPERATURE IS NORMAL----
2. PRECAUTIONARY EMERGENCY LANDING.
-----IF OIL TEMPERATURE IS RISING----- 
3. THROTTLE…MINIMUM REQUIRED POWER. 
4. PREPARE FOR ENGINE FAILURE & FORCED LANDING.

ENGINE MALFUNCTION IN FLIGHT (FUEL PRESSURE LOSS)
INDICATIONS
 Fuel pressure indication drops when you turn off the electrical fuel pump during flight.
 Engine sputtering or audible loss of engine power during low-throttle operations (e.g., power-off stall)
 Fuel pressure indication is abnormally low for the current condition (e.g., near the lower limit red line with high engine speed).
 A low fuel pressure indication accompanied by abnormal engine operation (e.g., engine sputtering, engine roughness, etc.)

ACTIONS
 Accomplish the ENGINE MALFUNCTION IN FLIGHT (FUEL PRESSURE LOSS) procedure:
1. FUEL PUMP…ON.
2. PRECAUTIONARY EMERGENCY LANDING

ENGINE MALFUNCTION IN FLIGHT (ENGINE STOPPAGE)
INDICATIONS
 Complete loss of engine power during flight, generally preceded by one or more indications of impending engine failure.
 Catastrophic engine failure or severe engine damage that either causes the engine to seize/stop or requires the pilot to shut it down.
 Audible cessation of normal engine noise.
 Rapid decay of EGT, CHT, and oil pressure readings.
 The propeller stops turning during flight

ACTIONS
 Accomplish the ENGINE MALFUNCTION IN FLIGHT (ENGINE STOPPAGE) procedure:
1. AIRSPEED…73 KIAS.CRUISE.
2. LANDING SITE…SELECT, TURN FOR ELP INTERCEPT.
3. ENGINE RESTART (IF WARRANTED).
-----IF RESTART UNSUCCESSFUL OR UNWARRANTED-----
4. FORCED LANDING

ENGINE RESTART (PROPELLER STOPPED)
INDICATIONS
 The propeller has stopped windmilling after an engine stoppage that is not caused by fire or mechanical failure

ACTIONS
Accomplish the ENGINE RESTART (PROPELLER STOPPED) procedure:
1. AIRSPEED…73 KIAS.
2. ELECTRICALLY POWERED EQUIPMENT…OFF. 
3. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…ON
4. MIXTURE…FULL RICH
5. FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE…ON
6. FUEL PUMP…ON
7. FUEL PRIME…ON
8. THROTTLE…3/4 INCH FORWARD
9. ALTERNATE AIR…ON
10. IGNITION SWITCH…START
-----AFTER SUCCESSFUL RESTART-----
11. OIL PRESSURE…CHECK
12. OIL TEMPERATURE…CHECK
13. FUEL PRIME…OFF
14. ELECTRICALLY POWERED EQUIPMENT…ON
15. PRECAUTIONARY EMERGENCY LANDING..
If engine restart is unsuccessful, continue with a FORCED LANDING procedure

ENGINE RESTART (PROPELLER WINDMILLING)
INDICATIONS
 The propeller is windmilling after an engine stoppage that is not caused by fire or mechanical failure

ACTIONS
 Accomplish the ENGINE RESTART (PROPELLER WINDMILLING) procedure:
1. AIRSPEED…73 KIAS
2. MIXTURE…FULL RICH
3. FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE…ON
4. IGNITION SWITCH…BOTH
5. FUEL PUMP…ON
6. FUEL PRIME…ON
7. THROTTLE…3/4 INCH FORWARD
8. ALTERNATE AIR…ON
-----AFTER SUCCESSFUL RESTART-----
9. OIL PRESSURE…CHECK
10. OIL TEMPERATURE…CHECK
11. FUEL PRIME…OFF
12. PRECAUTIONARY EMERGENCY LANDING.
If engine restart is unsuccessful, continue with a FORCED LANDING procedure

PRECAUTIONARY EMERGENCY LANDING
INDICATIONS
 Any emergency landing with engine power available when the aircraft is not in a position to land on the runway straight ahead.
 Landing following any situation that presents the potential for engine malfunction in flight

ACTIONS
 Accomplish the PRECAUTIONARY EMERGENCY LANDING procedure:
1. EMERGENCY LANDING PATTERN…INTERCEPT. 
*2. SAFETY BELTS…FASTENED
3. FUEL PUMP…ON
4. FLAPS…AS REQUIRED
5. FINAL APPROACH AIRSPEED (FLAPS LDG)…55 KIAS
-----AFTER TOUCHDOWN-----
6. BRAKES…AS REQUIRED
7. FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE…OFF. .
8. MIXTURE…IDLE CUTOFF.
9. IGNITION SWITCH…OFF. 
10. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…OFF
11. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRES

FORCED LANDING
(Memory Item)
INDICATIONS
 Engine power is not sufficient to maintain altitude, forcing a descent to the ground.
 Landing with an inoperative engine

ACTIONS  Accomplish the FORCED LANDING procedure:
1. EMERGENCY LANDING PATTERN…INTERCEPT. 
*2. SAFETY BELTS…FASTENED
3. FLAPS…AS REQUIRED
4. FINAL APPROACH AIRSPEED (FLAPS CRUISE)…64 KIAS
5. FINAL APPROACH AIRSPEED (FLAPS T/O)…60 KIAS.
6. FINAL APPROACH AIRSPEED (FLAPS LDG)…55 KIAS. 
-----BEFORE TOUCHDOWN-----
7. FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE…OFF.
8. MIXTURE…IDLE CUTOFF. 
9. IGNITION SWITCH…OFF. 
10. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…OFF. 
-----AFTER TOUCHDOWN-----
11. BRAKES…AS REQUIRED
12. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRES

TRIM MALFUNCTION (STUCK TRIM)
INDICATIONS
 Inability to relieve forward or aft control stick pressure with elevator trim.
 Inability to actuate the electric pitch trim motor and change trim position by depressing the trim switch

ACTIONS
Accomplish the TRIM MALFUNCTION (STUCK TRIM) procedure:
1. TRIM CIRCUIT BREAKER…RESET IF TRIPPED
2. TRIM SWITCHES…DEPRESS BOTH DIRECTIONS.
3. REPEAT LINE 2 AFTER 5 MINUTES
4. LAND AS SOON AS CONDITIONS PERMI

TRIM MALFUNCTION (RUNAWAY TRIM)
INDICATIONS
 The trim motor continues to change the trim setting after the trim switch is released

ACTIONS
 Accomplish the TRIM MALFUNCTION (RUNAWAY TRIM) procedure:
1. CONTROL STICK…GRIP & MAINTAIN CONTROL
2. TRIM CIRCUIT BREAKER…PULL.
3. TRIM SWITCHES…CHECK IF DEPRESSED. 
-----IF CONDITION RESOLVED-----
4. TRIM CIRCUIT BREAKER…RESET
5. LAND AS SOON AS CONDITIONS PERMIT

CONTROLLABILITY CHECK
INDICATIONS
 Something has brought into question the flight characteristics of the aircraft (e.g., structural damage, flight control malfunction, bird
strike, midair collision, suspected over-G, structural icing, etc.)

ACTIONS
Accomplish the CONTROLLABILITY CHECK procedure:
1. CLIMB ≥ 3000’ AGL AT CONTROLLABLE AIRSPEED.
2. FUEL PUMP…ON.
*3. SAFETY BELTS…FASTENED.
4. ESTABLISH STRAIGHT-AND-LEVEL FLIGHT.
5. SLOW TO MCA OR TOUCHDOWN SPEED, WHICHEVER IS HIGHER, IN 5-KNOT INCREMENTS.
6. PLAN A POWER-ON, STRAIGHT-IN APPROACH. 
7. PLAN FOR NORMAL FINAL APPROACH SPEED OR MCA + 10 KNOTS, WHICHEVER IS HIGHER. 
8. PLAN TO TOUCH DOWN AT OR ABOVE MCA. 
9. DO NOT REDUCE FINAL APPROACH SPEED UNTIL VERY CLOSE TO THE RUNWAY

SPIN RECOVERY
(Memory Item)
INDICATIONS
 Following a stall, the aircraft enters a self-sustaining rolling/yawing motion (autorotation) with low indicated airspeed

ACTIONS
 Accomplish the SPIN RECOVERY procedure:
1. THROTTLE…IDLE.
2. RUDDER…FULL (OPPOSITE TO SPIN DIRECTION).
3. CONTROL STICK…EASE FORWARD.
4. RUDDER…NEUTRAL WHEN ROTATION STOPS. 
5. FLAPS…CRUISE. 
6. CONTROL STICK…PULL CAUTIOUSLY

ICING
INDICATIONS
 Visible accumulation of structural icing during flight.
 Uncommanded reduction of engine RPM during flight in conditions with visible moisture and low OAT.
 Airspeed indicator drops to zero during flight in conditions with visible moisture and low OAT

ACTIONS
Accomplish the ICING procedure:
1. LEAVE ICING AREA…CHANGE HDG AND/OR ALTITUDE
2. CONTROL SURFACES…MOVE CONTINUOSLY. 
3. ALTERNATE AIR…ON
4. THROTTLE…INCREASE RPM TO REDUCE PROP ICE.
5. CABIN HEAT…ON, DEFROST
6. LAND AS SOON AS CONDITIONS PERMIT.

AVIONICS MALFUNCTION
INDICATIONS
 Inability to communicate normally with the aircraft radios.
 Abnormal transmit/receive indications on the radios (e.g., no TX or RX indication).
 COM has failed, COM is not responding, COM push-to-talk key stuck, or COM needs service message on the GNS 430 displa

ACTIONS Accomplish the AVIONICS SYSTEM MALFUNCTION procedure:
-----TRANSMITTER FAILURE-----
1. CHECK RADIO FREQUENCY & VOLUME
2. CHECK MIC & HEADSET JACKS
3. USE ALTERNATE MIC OR HEADSET IF AVAILABLE
-----RECEIVER FAILURE-----
1. CHECK TRANSCEIVER DISPLAY FOR STUCK MIC
2. DEACTIVATE SQUELCH
3. CHECK HEADSET JACKS IF SQUELCH NOT HEARD
4. ACTIVATE CABIN LOUD SPEAKER
-----TOTAL AVIONICS FAILURE-----
1. RESET/MONITOR AVIONICS MASTER CIRCUIT BREAKER IF TRIPPED
2. TOGGLE AVIONICS MASTER SWITCH
3. IF AVIONICS REMAINS OFFLINE, PULL AVIONICS MASTER CONTROL CIRCUIT BREAKER


LANDING WITH DEFECTIVE TIRE (MAIN GEAR)
INDICATIONS
 Known or suspected damage to a tire on the main landing gear when airborne.
 Notification from third party (ground personnel, other aircrew, ATC, etc.) that a tire on the main landing gear appears damaged.
 Audible explosion from the main landing gear area during lift-off.
 Suspected tire or landing gear damage after a touch-and-go following a hard landing, or a go-around after bouncing, porpoising, etc

ACTIONS
Accomplish the LANDING WITH DEFECTIVE TIRE (MAIN GEAR) procedure:
1. FLY NORMAL FINAL APPROACH WITH FLAPS LDG
2. LAND ON SIDE OF RWY CORRESPONDING TO GOOD TIRE.
3. TOUCH DOWN ON GOOD TIRE (WING SLIGHTLY LOW). 
4. LOWER NOSEWHEEL IMMEDIATELY AFTER TOUCHDOWN.
5. DEFLECT CONTROL STICK FULLY TOWARD GOOD TIRE.
6. USE BRAKING ON GOOD TIRE FOR DIRECTIONAL CONTROL.
7. MIXTURE…IDLE CUTOFF
8. IGNITION SWITCH…OFF
9. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…OFF
10. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS.
 If the aircraft departs the paved runway/taxiway/ramp surface, accomplish the DEPARTING A PREPARED SURFACE procedure

LANDING WITH DEFECTIVE TIRE (NOSE GEAR)
INDICATIONS
 Known or suspected damage to the nose gear tire during lift-off or during flight.
 Notification from third party (ground personnel, other aircrew, ATC, etc.) that the nose gear tire appears damaged

ACTIONS
Accomplish the LANDING WITH DEFECTIVE TIRE (NOSE GEAR) procedure:
1. FLY NORMAL APPROACH AND LANDING. T
2. MIXTURE…IDLE CUTOFF
3. IGNITION SWITCH…OFF
4. GEN/BAT MASTER SWITCH…OFF
5. EMERGENCY GROUND EGRESS.
 If the aircraft departs the paved runway/taxiway/ramp surface, accomplish the DEPARTING A PREPARED SURFACE procedure

GLIDING
INDICATIONS
 Desire to maximize horizontal distance traveled during descent with an inoperative engin

ACTIONS
Accomplish the GLIDING procedure:
1. FLAPS…CRUISE.
2. AIRSPEED (1764 LBS)…73 KIAS.
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