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1

Max fuel capacity

28924.1 lbs total
14462 lbs per tank

2

Is APU fed from right side or left side collector tank?

Right side

3

Where can you pressure refuel the plane?

RH wing leading edge - single point refueling adaptor

4

Inside each wing fuel tanks how many tanks are there?

3 tanks
1. Surge tank (in case of crazy maneuvers)
2. Main tank
3. Collector tank (feeds engine)

5

Each tank is vented into the...

Surge tank

6

Is fuel tank temp sensor in left or right tank?

Left

7

When is low fuel level warning triggered?

Below 880lbs

8

How many magnetic fuel strips are there?

3 per wing

9

In case of emergency, which fuel pump is powered by the RAT?

RH AC fuel pump

10

Why is there a little DC fuel pump in the collector tank on the no 2 (RH) side and not on the no 1 (LH) side?

1) provides pressurized fuel for APU
2) fuel for engine start in flight
3) on ground if eng feed ejector pump + AC power OR AC fuel pump not available

11

How can you shut off either of the engine feed shutoff valves?

Pull fire handle

12

What triggers FUEL IMBALANCE

Lateral imbalance more than 800lbs

13

How do you clear FUEL IMBALANCE EICAS message?

Reduce fuel to less than 100lbs difference

14

What happens when you select “XFEED LOW 1”

-crossfeed valve opens
-AC pump 2 turns on

15

Crossfeed limitation?

Not on during takeoff or landing

16

What is the purpose of the wing surge tanks?

The surge tanks collect fuel during wing down or uncoordinated maneuvers

17

With the engines running, through which pumps are the engines and APU fed?

The primary ejector pumps

18

With the GPU powering the aircraft which pumps will provide pressure for an APU start?

AC pump 2

19

While performing the power up checklist, there’s no AC power. You start the APU. What pump provides pressure for an APU start?

Fuel DC pump