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1. Inspect, check, service, troubleshoot and repair heating, cooling, air conditioning, pressurization (8539)
After cleaning or replacing the filtering element in a combustion heater fuel system, the system should be pressurized and
A - all connections checked for leaks.
B - the fuel filter bypass valve reset to the filter position.
C - a sample of fuel taken downstream from the filter to ensure proper operation of the new filtering element.
 
2. Check alignment of structures (8255)
Where is fuselage station No. 137 located?
A - 137 centimeters aft of the nose or fixed reference line.
B - 137 inches aft of the zero or fixed reference line.
C - Aft of the engine.
 
3. Inspect, check, service, troubleshoot and repair heating, cooling, air conditioning, pressurization (8549)
A pressurization controller uses
A - bleed air pressure, outside air temperature, and cabin rate of climb.
B - barometric pressure, cabin altitude, and cabin rate of change.
C - cabin rate of climb, bleed air volume, and cabin pressure.
 
4. Install conventional rivets (8152)
Joggles in removed rivet shanks would indicate partial
A - bearing failure.
B - torsion failure.
C - shear failure.
 
5. Inspect, check, service, troubleshoot and repair electronic flight instrument systems and both mecha (8596)
Which statement regarding an aircraft instrument vacuum system is true?
A - Dry-type vacuum pumps with carbon vanes are very susceptible to damage from solid airborne particles and must take in only filtered air.
B - Vacuum systems are generally more effective at high altitudes than positive pressure systems.
C - If the air inlet to each vacuum instrument is connected to a common atmospheric pressure manifold, the system generally will be equipped with individual instrument filters only.
 
6. Install, check and service airframe electrical wiring, controls, switches, indicators and protective (8857)
Oil canning of the sides of aluminum or steel electrical junction boxes is considered to be
A - normal operation in vibration prone areas.
B - a shorting hazard.
C - acceptable operation.
 
7. Install, check and service airframe electrical wiring, controls, switches, indicators and protective (8881)
If a wire is installed so that it comes in contact with some moving parts, what protection should be given the wire?
A - Wrap with soft wire solder into a shield.
B - Wrap with friction tape.
C - Pass through conduit.
 
8. Inspect bonded structures (8054)
Sandwich panels made of metal honeycomb construction are used on modern aircraft because this type of construction
A - has a high strength to weight ratio.
B - may be repaired by gluing replacement skin to the inner core material with thermoplastic resin.
C - is lighter than single sheet skin of the same strength and is more corrosion resistant.
 
9. Install, check and service airframe electrical wiring, controls, switches, indicators and protective (8870)
How does the routing of coaxial cables differ from the routing of electrical wiring?
A - Coaxial cables are routed parallel with stringers or ribs.
B - Coaxial cables are routed at right angles to stringers or ribs.
C - Coaxial cables are routed as directly as possible.
 
10. Repair aircraft fuel system components (8730)
Fuel leaks are usually classified as a stain, a seep, a heavy seep, or a running leak. As a general rule,
A - stains, seeps, and heavy seeps are not flight hazards.
B - all fuel leaks regardless of location or severity are considered a hazard to flight.
C - stains, seeps, and heavy seeps, (in addition to running leaks) are considered flight hazards when located in unvented areas of the aircraft.