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241

The #1 EEC is moved from the Soft to Hard Alternate (ALTN} mode indicated at right by_____       .

a. moving the #1 engine throttle toIDLE

b. pressing the #2 EEC switch toALTN

c. moving the start switch tocutoff

d. pressing the #1 EEC switch to ALTN

d. pressing the #1 EEC switch to ALTN

242

What type of data is the EEC using to control the engine while in the Hard ALTN Mode?       .

The last valid flight condition sensed.

A preprogrammed alternate mode thrust schedule.

Current altitude data supplied by the ADIRUs.

Standard day temperature and pressure data.

A preprogrammed alternate mode thrust schedule.

243

If this light illuminates duringflight.           ,

a. Shut down the # 1 Engine, it is inreverse

b.The auto stow system has been activated

c. Operate the #1 Engine at idle to prevent it from going into reverse

d. Do not use the #1 reverser when landing

b.The auto stow system has been activated

244

During landing rollout, with this light illuminated, the reverser           .

a. should not operate normally

b. will not deploy

c. will deploy partially

d. will not stow after deployment

a. should not operate normally

245

If this light is illuminated during landing rollout while the reverse lever is stowed, you should          

a. Shut down the #1 engine immediately or damage couldoccur.

b. expect this light to stay on for 16 seconds after the reversers arestowed

c. expect this light to extinguish ten seconds alter the thrust reverser is commanded to stow

d. expect this light to extinguish when the thrust reverser is commanded to stow (when theisolation valve closes) plus 20seconds.

c. expect this light to extinguish ten seconds alter the thrust reverser is commanded to stow

246

If this light illuminates approximately 30 seconds after touchdown,           .

a. It should be ignored, it isnormal

b. the light will stay on after #2 engine isshutdown

c. it should be written up in the log book, even if the light does go out after shutting#2 engine down

d. and if the light extinguishes, no action isrequired

c. it should be written up in the log book, even if the light does go out after shutting#2 engine down

247

If the #2 Engine control light illuminates in flight, what steps should be taken?       .

a. Place both EECs in the hardmode.

b. Place the #2 EEC in the hardmode.

c. The light is inhibited during flight.

d. Shut down the #2Engine.

c. The light is inhibited during flight.

248

If this light illuminates during taxi, prior to takeoff.           .

a. continue with flight. No maintenance action required

b. it indicates that the EEC is switched to the Soli AL TNmode

c. return to the gate. Maintenance action isrequired

d. it indicates the EEC is switched to the Hard ALTNmode

c. return to the gate. Maintenance action isrequired

249

If this condition exists during takeoff, above 80 knots and below 400 feet RA.           .

a. The three light capsules will flash for 10 seconds, then only the Oil Filter Bypasslight will remainilluminated

b. the Oil Filler Bypass light will only illuminate steadily

c. all three indicators illuminate steady during takeoff above 80knots

d. only the Low Oil Pressure light illuminates during takeoff above 80knots

b. the Oil Filler Bypass light will only illuminate steadily

250

If this light illuminates in flight above 400 feet RA,           .

a. shut down the #2 engine immediately

b. all three indicators will flash for 10 seconds then the Oil Filter Bypass Light will remain illuminated

c. retard the #2 throttle. then shut the enginedown

d. select Continuous Ignition.

b. all three indicators will flash for 10 seconds then the Oil Filter Bypass Light will remain illuminated

251

This light indicates         .

a. impending fuel filter bypass

b. fuel filter clogged due toice

c. impending bypass of oil filter

d. start valve stuck open

c. impending bypass of oil filter

252

        fire extinguishing bottle(s) is/are available for use on theAPU.

1

2

3

4

1

253

If the battery switch is OFF, the APU has       .

a. no fire extinguishing or detection

b. both fire extinguishing and detection

c. fire detection

d. fire extinguishing

d. fire extinguishing

254

Placing the Test Switch in the FAULT/INOP position tests the_____.

a. fire bottle squib dischargecircuits

b. engine overheatdetectors

c. fault detection circuits for both engines and theA PU

d. fire detection loops on both engines and theAPU

c. fault detection circuits for both engines and theA PU

255

What indicates the engine fire extinguishing agent has been discharged?

a. An FMC message

b. An amber LOW PRESSURE light

c. A green extinguisher test light comes on for the respective engine.

d. An amber L or R BOTTLE DISCHARGE light

d. An amber L or R BOTTLE DISCHARGE light

256

Fire detection for the engines and APU is available when the battery switch is           .

a. ON or OFF

b. inoperative

c. OFF

d. ON

d. ON

257

In flight, failure of a cargo compartment smoke detector loop will       .

a. illuminate the Cargo Detector Inop Light

b. cause a Master Caution/overheat detection alert

c. not be indicated unless both loops fail

d. illuminate the Cargo Detector Fault light on recall

c. not be indicated unless both loops fail

258

The engine fire extinguishing bottles are discharged       .

a. by pulling and manually turning the fire switch

b. by pressing the discharge button next to the fireswitch

c. by pulling the fire switchtwice

d. automatically for the engine onfire

a. by pulling and manually turning the fire switch

259

The APU fire bottle is discharged       .

a. automatically or manuallyonly

b. automatically, manually, orthermally

c. by pulling and rotating the APU fire switch

d. by pressing the dischargebutton

c. by pulling and rotating the APU fire switch

260

How do you extinguish a wheel well fire?

a. Discharge the fire bottle.

b. Lower the landing gear.

c. Both of theabove.

d. None of the above.

b. Lower the landing gear.

261

The cockpit indications of smoke in the lavatory include           .

a. an amber lavatory SMOKE light, master caution lights, and OVERHEAD light on the System Annunciator Panel

b. heat sensor strips in the lavatory turning dark·

c. the nozzle on the extinguishing bottle turninggray

d. none of theabove

a. an amber lavatory SMOKE light, master caution lights, and OVERHEAD light on the System Annunciator Panel

262

Pulling the APU fire switch       .

a. closes the APU Inlet Door

b. deactivates the fuel solenoid and closes the APU Fuel ShutoffValve

c. closes the APU Bleed AirValve

d. accomplishes all of the above

d. accomplishes all of the above

263

During theOverheat/FireTest,_____ . Select the most correctanswer.

a. the Fire Warning Bell and FIRE WARN Lights will cut out when the test switch isreleased

b. the Fire Warning Bell will sound for two seconds

c. the Fire Warning Bell will cut out and the Master FIRE WARN Lights extinguish when the Fire Warning BELL CUTOUT Switch is pushed

d. both A and C above are correct

d. both A and C above are correct

264

The_____are equipped with smoke detection equipment.

a. aft cabin

b. lavatories

c. galleys

d. forward cabin

b. lavatories

265

The APU wheel well fire warning horn operates on the ground with the battery switch       .

a. Either ON orOFF

b. in the OVERRIDEposition

c. OFF

d. ON

d. ON

266

If the APU fire detection system is inoperative (APU DET INOP), theAPU will          .

a. continue to operate

b. shutdown automatically for a fire if battery power is available

c. shutdown automatically if both loops areinoperative

d. shutdown automatically for a fire if only one loop is inoperative

a. continue to operate

267

Following a dual loop failure on an engine, you would expect to see       .

a. a Master Cautionlight

b. an OVHT/DET systemannunciator

c. a FAULT light

d. All of the above arecorrect.

c. a FAULT light

268

Some of the indications for an engine fire warning are Master Caution and OVHT/DET annunciator lights, the Engine OVERHEAT light, the Master FIRE WARN light, and the red Fire Switch light. What isanother?

a. The Fire Warning Bell

b. Red Engine Overheat light

c. The APU Det INOP light

d. bottle Discharge light

a. The Fire Warning Bell

269

Both engines are operating in flight. In addition to the indications to the right, the Master FIRE WARN lights illuminate and the Fire WarningBell sounds. Which of the following statements iscorrect?

a. Engine #2 Overheat has beendetected.

b. Both of the Engine # 1 Overheat/ Fire Detector Loops areinoperative

c. Engine #1 Fire Handle automatically unlocks.

d. Engine fire detection is now powered by the Hot BatteryBus.

c. Engine #1 Fire Handle automatically unlocks.

270

In addition to the Engine #1 fire warnings already described, the crew notices the indications at right on the Upper Display Unit. Which statement below best describes these EGTindications?

a. The maximum continuous EGT limit has been exceeded on Engine#1.

b. The maximum takeoff EGT limit has been exceeded on Engine#1.

c. Engine lt1 is operating at a condition below sustainable idle.

d. This is a false indication because the EEC provides EGT redline exceedance protection.

a. The maximum continuous EGT limit has been exceeded on Engine#1.