C-172 Checklists - Emergencies (Yokota AB FTC)

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C-172 Checklists - Emergencies (Yokota AB FTC)
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Emergency checklists for C-172F Models at Yokota AB Flying Training Center (FTC).
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  1. 1. ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF ROLL
    1.  THROTTLE  - IDLE

    2.  BRAKES  - APPLY

    3.  WING FLAPS  - RETRACT

    4.  MIXTURE  - CUT-OFF

    5.  IGNITION SWITCH  - OFF

    6.  MASTER SWITCH  - OFF
  2. 2.  ENGINE FAILURE IMMEDIATELY AFTER TAKEOFF
    1.  AIRSPEED  - 86 MPH

    2.  MIXTURE- CUT-OFF

    3.  FUEL SELECTOR VALVE  - OFF

    4.  IGNITION SWITCH  - OFF

    5.  WINGS FLAPS  - AS REQUIRED

    6.  MASTER SWITCH  - OFF
  3. 3.  PARTIAL ENGINE LOSS
    1.  Fuel Selector Valve - SWITCH TO OPPOSITE TANK for 60 sec 

    2.  Fuel Selector Valve - SELECT
  4. 4.        ENGINE FAILURE DURING FLIGHT
    1.  AIRSPEED - 86 MPH

    2.  PRIMER - CHECK IN

    3.  IGNITION SWITCH  - CHECK R, L, BOTH

      -   - (START IF PROP IS STOPPED)

    4.  CARBURETOR HEAT  - ON

    5.  MIXTURE - FULL RICH

    6.  FUEL SELECTOR VALVE  - BOTH

    7.  THROTTLE & MIXTURE  - TRY DIFFERENT SETTINGS 

    • If Power is Not Restored Execute EMERGENCY LANDING WITHOUT
    • ENGINE POWER
  5. 5.    EMERGENCY LANDING WITHOUT ENGINE POWER (part 1)
    1.  AIRSPEED - 86 MPH

    2.  IGNITION SWITCH  - OFF

    3.  MIXTURE - CUT-OFF

    4.  FUEL SELECTOR VALVE  - OFF

    5.  SQUAWK - 7700

    6.  RADIO CALL - MAYDAY

    7.  SEAT BELTS & HARNESSES  - TIGHTEN

    8.  CABIN DOORS - UNLATCH PRIOR TO TOUCHDOWN
  6. 5.    EMERGENCY LANDING WITHOUT ENGINE POWER (part 2)
    Once Landing is Assured

    9.  ELT REMOTE SWITCH  - ON

    10.  FLAPS - 30° RECOMMENDED

    11.  FINAL APPROACH SPEED  - 70 MPH

    12.  MASTER SWITCH - OFF

    13.  TOUCHDOWN - SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW

    14.  BRAKES - AS REQUIRED
  7. 6. PRECAUTIONARY LANDING WITH ENGINE POWER (part 1)
    1.  SEAT BELTS & HARNESSES  - TIGHTEN

    2.  SQUAWK - 7700

    3.  RADIO CALL - MAYDAY

    4.  ELT REMOTE SWITCH  - ON

    5.  WING FLAPS - 20°

    6.  AIRSPEED - 76 MPH

    7.  SELECTED FIELD  - OVER FLY AND INVESTIGATE

    8.  WING FLAPS - UP WHEN SAFE TO DO SO

    9.  AVIONICS POWER & ELECTRICAL SWITCHES  - OFF
  8. 6. PRECAUTIONARY LANDING WITH ENGINE POWER (part 2)
    Once Landing is Assured

    10.  FLAPS - 30° ON FINAL APPROACH

    11.  FINAL APPROACH SPEED  - 70 MPH

    12.  MASTER SWITCH - OFF PRIOR TO TOUCHDOWN

    13.  CABIN DOORS - UNLATCH PRIOR TO TOUCHDOWN

    14.  TOUCHDOWN - SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW

    15.  IGNITION SWITCH  - OFF AT TOUCHDOWN

    16.  MIXTURE - IDLE CUT-OFF AT TOUCHDOWN

    17.  BRAKES - AS REQUIRED
  9. 7.  DITCHING (part 1)

    PREPARATION
    1.  SQUAWK - 7700

    2.  RADIO CALL - MAYDAY

    3.  ELT REMOTE SWITCH  - ON

    4.  LOOSE OBJECTS - SECURE OR JETTISON

    5.  SEAT BELTS & HARNESSES  - TIGHTEN
  10. 7.  DITCHING (part 2)

    APPROACH
    6.  HIGH WINDS, HEAVY SEAS  - INTO THE WIND

    7.  LIGHT WINDS, HEAVY SWELLS - PARALLEL TO SWELLS

    8.  FLAPS - 20° - 30°

    9.  THROTTLE - 300’/MIN DESCENT AT @ 76 MPH*

    10.  *If engine power is not available, approach at 86 mph with flaps up or 81 mph with 10° flaps
  11. 7.  DITCHING (part 3)

    TOUCHDOWN
    11.  CABIN DOORS - UNLATCH PRIOR TO TOUCHDOWN

    12.  TOUCHDOWN - LEVEL ATTITUDE - MINIMIZE DESCENT

    13.  FACE  - CUSHION AT TOUCHDOWN
  12. 7.  DITCHING (part 4)

    EVACUATION
    14.  AIRPLANE - EVACUATE

    15.  LIFE VESTS - INFLATE
  13. 8.  ENGINE FIRE DURING START ON GROUND 
    (part 1)
    1.  STARTER - CONTINUE CRANKING

    2.  THROTTLE - FULL OPEN
  14. 8.  ENGINE FIRE DURING START ON GROUND  (part 2)

    If Fire Continues
    3.  POWER - 1700 RPM FOR A FEW MINUTES

    4.  ENGINE - SHUTDOWN
  15. 8.  ENGINE FIRE DURING START ON GROUND  (part 3)

    If Engine Fails to Start
    5.  THROTTLE - FULL OPEN

    6.  MIXTURE - IDLE CUT-OFF

    7.  CRANKING - CONTINUE

    8.  MASTER SWITCH - OFF

    9.  IGNITION SWITCH  - OFF

    10.  FUEL SELECTOR VALVE  - OFF

    11.  ABANDON AIRCRAFT AND USE FIRE EXTINGUISHER
  16. 9. ENGINE FIRE WHILE ON GROUND
    1.  FUEL SELECTOR VALVE  - OFF

    2.  MIXTURE - IDLE CUT-OFF

    3.  IGNITION SWITCH  - OFF

    4.  MASTER SWITCH - OFF

    5.  ABANDON AIRCRAFT AND USE FIRE EXTINGUISHER
  17. 10. ENGINE FIRE IN FLIGHT
    1.  MIXTURE - IDLE CUT-OFF

    2.  FUEL SELECTOR VALVE  - OFF

    3.  MASTER SWITCH - OFF

    4.  CABIN HEAT / AIR  - OFF

    5.  AIRSPEED - 110 MPH 

    • Execute EMERGENCY LANDING WITHOUT
    • ENGINE POWER
  18. 11. WING FIRE
    1.  LANDING/TAXI LIGHTS  - OFF IF LEFT WING AFFECTED

    2.  PITOT HEAT SWITCH  - OFF IF LEFT WING AFFECTED

    3.  NAVIGATION LIGHT SWITCH  - OFF

    4.  STROBE LIGHT SWITCH  - OFF

    5.  Slip to keep flames away from fuel tanks and cabin
  19. 12. CABIN OR ELECTRICAL FIRE WHILE IN FLIGHT (part 1)
    1.  MASTER SWITCH - OFF

    2.  WING ROOT VENTS  - CLOSED

    3.  CABIN AIR / HEAT  - OFF

    4.  VENTS & CABIN AIR/HEAT  - OPEN WHEN FIRE IS OUT

    5.  LAND  - AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE
  20. 12. CABIN OR ELECTRICAL FIRE WHILE IN FLIGHT (part 2)

    If Fire Appears Out and Electrical Power is Necessary for Continued Flight
    6.  ALL SWITCHES BUT IGNITION  - OFF

    7.  CIRCUIT BREAKERS  - CHECK (DO NOT RESET)

    8.  MASTER SWITCH - ON

    9.  ELECTRICAL SWITCHES  - ON, ONE AT A TIME
  21. 13.  LOW OIL PRESSURE WITH NORMAL OIL TEMPERATURE
    1.  Throttle - Make Minimum Power Changes

    2.  Conserve Altitude Until Landing is Assured

    3.  Land as Soon as Practicable
  22. 14.  LOW OIL PRESSURE WITH HIGH OIL TEMPERATURE
    1.  THROTTLE - REDUCE POWER TO MINIMUM NECESSARY

    2.  EXECUTE - PRECAUTIONARY LANDING WITH POWER
  23. 15.   AMMETER INDICATES EXCESSIVE RATE OF CHARGE
    1.  ALTERNATOR CIRCUIT BREAKER  - PULL

    2.  NONESSENTIAL EQUIPMENT  - OFF

    3.  FLIGHT - TERMINATE AS SOON AS PRACTICAL
  24. 16. AMMETER INDICATES DISCHARGE (part 1)
    1.  AVIONICS SWITCH  - OFF

    2.  ALTERNATOR CIRCUIT BREAKER  - CHECK/RESET

    3.  MASTER SWITCHES  - OFF THEN ON

    4.  AMMETER - CHECK BATTERY IS CHARGING

    5.  AVIONICS SWITCH  - ON
  25. 16. AMMETER INDICATES DISCHARGE (part 2)

    If Low-Voltage Light Remains On
                or
    Ammeter Still Indicates Discharge
    6.  NONESSENTIAL EQUIPMENT  - OFF

    7.  LAND - AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE 

    • Note: If Master Switch is turned OFF after battery has drained below current level to
    • activate battery contactor, subsequent
    • activation of Master Switch will be ineffective.
  26. 17. LANDING GEAR – FLAT MAIN TIRE
    Use Fuel Selector to Reduce Weight on the Side of the Flat Tire

    If Practicable, Land with Crosswind From the Side Opposite the Flat Tire

    1.  FLAPS - AS DESIRED

    2.  ALIGN WITH THE SIDE OF THE RUNWAY OF THE GOOD TIRE

    3.  TOUCHDOWN SLIGHTLY WING-LOW ON SIDE OF GOOD TIRE

    4.  LOWER NOSE WHEEL FOR DIRECTIONAL CONTROL

    5.  AILERON - WEIGHT OFF FLAT TIRE AS LONG AS POSSIBLE

    6.  BRAKING - ON GOOD WHEEL ONLY
  27. 18. LANDING GEAR – FLAT NOSE TIRE
    1.  FLAPS - 30° (FULL DOWN)

    2.  TOUCHDOWN - ON RUNWAY CENTERLINE

    3.  YOKE  - FULL AFT - MINIMIZE WEIGHT ON NOSE WHEEL

    4.  BRAKING - MINIMUM REQUIRED
  28. 19. SPIN
    1. THROTTLE  - IDLE              

    2.  AILERONS - NEUTRAL

    3.  RUDDER - FULL OPPOSITE DIRECTION OF THE SPIN

    4.  CONTROL WHEEL - FORWARD – BREAK STALL

    5.  RUDDER - NEUTRALIZE WHEN ROTATION STOPS

    6.  ELEVATOR  - RECOVER SMOOTHLY FROM ENSUING DIVE
  29. 20. EMERGENCY DECSENT
    1.  CARB HEAT - ON

    2.  THROTTLE - IDLE

    3.  MIXTURE - FULL RICH

    4.  FLAPS - DOWN

    5.  AIRSPEED - 100 MPH
  30. 21. CABIN DOOR OPEN IN FLIGHT (part 1)
    1.  Fly the Airplane  - This is not an emergency

    2.  Land  - Close Door After Aircraft StoPS
  31. 21. CABIN DOOR OPEN IN FLIGHT (part 2)

    If Landing is Impractical
    3.  CLIMB - SAFE ALTITUDE W/AIRCRAFT UNDER CONTROL

    4.  AIRSPEED - 76 MPH

    5.  CABIN VENTS - CLOSED

    6.  WINDOW - OPEN

    7.  PUSH DOOR OPEN  - THEN SLAM IT CLOSED
  32. 22. AFTER EMERGENCY LANDING
    1.  MASTER SWITCH - CONFIRM OFF

    2.  ELT - ACTIVATE

    3.  ABANDON AIRCRAFT UNTIL ALL DANGER OF FIRE IS PASSED

    When it is safe to return to the aircraft

    4.  ELT - REMOVE AND INSTALL ANTENNA – TURN ON

    (ELT is behind the rear panel in the baggage area)

    If Radio is Still Operative

    5.  MAKE PERIODIC MAYDAY CALLS AND MONITOR 121.5 FOR INSTRUCTIONS
  33. 23. RADIO FAILURE (part 1)
    1.  AUDIO CONTROLS  - CHECK VOLUME/ SQUELCH/ALL

    2.  GARMIN 430 - CONFIRM AUTOSQUELCH ON

    3.  CIRCUIT BREAKERS  - CHECK

    Allow breakers to cool 3 minutes before resetting

    Never reset a breaker more than ONCE

    4.  ALL CONNECTIONS  - CHECK

    5.  ATTEMPT CONTACT ON ANOTHER FREQUENCY

    6.  SPEAKER - ON

    7.  TRANSPONDER - 7600

    8.  CONTINUE TRANSMISSIONS (ONLY RECEIVER MAY BE INOP)
  34. 23. RADIO FAILURE (part 2)

    FOLLOW UP
    1.  Monitor Airport Traffic Pattern activity.

    2.  Descend and maintain 1500 feet MSL.

    3.  Enter midpoint west side downwind leg.

    4.  Wait for light signals from Tower.

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