How to Test a Fuel Sender

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Experiencing a malfunction in your aircraft’s fuel sending unit can be a major safety risk, especially during flight. It could lead to incorrect fuel readings, which might force you into emergency procedures you hoped to avoid. Imagine taking off for a long cross-country flight only to find yourself low on fuel much sooner than anticipated!…

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In-Service Call or Inquiry Procedure

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When a call, email or other correspondence is received from a customer or aircraft service facility about an in-service issue on a CiES TSO product, the following procedure is to be followed: Ask if the situation is a safety of flight or if safety of flight has been compromised by the problem. If the Answer…

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Erratic Output

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SEVERAL ISSUES CAN CAUSE ERRATIC OUTPUT. THE MOST COMMON ARE LISTED BELOW: Connector Pin Engagement The connector pins need to be fully engaged into the connector to fully seat with the mating connector socket or vice versa. This is the most common issue and it can cause a multitude of errors in output. Tank Sealant…

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