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Aviation Fuel Metering Systems
Reciprocating engine fuel systems will be studied. Aircraft fuel systems, engine fuel metering devices, engine induction systems and engine cooling systems will be inspected, checked, adjusted and repaired as necessary.
H.L. Baird

-Troubleshoot and adjust turbine engine fuel metering systems and electronic engine fuel controls

-Overhaul carburetor

-Repair engine fuel metering system components

-Inspect, check, service, troubleshoot, and repair reciprocating and turbine engine fuel metering systems

Written and practical evaluations will be performed at the Part 147 AMTS. Upon successful completion of the AMTS requirements, students will have the opportunity to test with the FAA for licensure certification.

This course aligns with FAA Part 147 certified Aviation Maintenance Technician School (AMTS) curriculum requirements. Teaching of this course by any entity other than a FAA 147 certified AMTS does not constitute FAA certification. Furthermore, each AMTS must have its curriculum approved by the FAA in its entirety, identifying the hours of instruction, order of instruction, subjects prescribed by Part 147, practical application projects, scheduling of tests, grading criteria, and makeup provisions.

Dale Crane, Dictionary of Aviation Terms, Aviation Supplies and Academics, 1997

FAA, A&P Technician, Powerplant, Text Book/Work Book, Jeppesen, Sanders, Inc 2001

FAA, Advisory Circular-65-12, Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics, Powerplant Handbook, First Edition 1971, First Revision 1976

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