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  1. So you don't die. Shocking, isn't it?
  2. To ensure that contaminants will not get into the lubrication system
  3. The right hand side of the engine
  4. Failure to comply may cause serious injury or death
  5. DO NOT remove them at the same time; this may damage the combustion liner and make it difficult to re-align
  6. To accommodate different engine mounting positions
  7. - Resistance
    - Continuity
    - Temperature accuracy
  8. - Oil pump, oil filter, and oil PRV
    - Torquemeter piston assembly
    - Chip detectors
    - Engine mounts
    - N1 and N2 driven components
    - Bearings 2.5, 3, and 4
  9. To support the spur adapter gearshaft during engine operation
  10. Mineral spirits and thread
  11. Type: Ball
    Thrust: Yes
    Seal: Carbon face
    Supports: Aft of power turbine
    Section: Turbine
  12. A special wrench with the bevels on the box end ground flat
  13. The left hand side of the engine
  14. - Discharge tubes
    - Outer combustion case
    - Combustion liner
    - Igniter
    - Fuel nozzle
  15. Type: Ball/Roller
    Thrust: No
    Seal: None
    Supports: N2
    Section: Accessory gearbox
  16. Bearings 6 and 7
  17. In the standard practices section of the maintenance manual
  18. Oil pressure overcomes air pressure and the diffuser vent will start spitting out oil
  19. Failure to comply may cause damage to parts or aircraft
  20. Make sure it goes on straight
  21. Type: Roller
    Thrust: No
    Seal: Labyrinth
    Supports: Forward of power turbine
    Section: Turbine
  22. Remove one at a time and do not use lockwire to clean them
  23. Type: Roller
    Thrust: No
    Seal: Labyrinth
    Supports: Aft of compressor turbine
    Section: Turbine
  24. Done daily in salt water environments
  25. Air pressure will overcome oil pressure and air will get into the oil system
  26. 115 PSI
  27. Type: Ball
    Thrust: Yes
    Seal: Labyrinth
    Supports: Aft of compressor
    Section: Compressor
  28. Install cap plugs to prevent FOD
  29. You will begin to see small amounts of oil coming out of the compressor bleed valve
  30. No
  31. - Water rinse
    - Cleaning
    - Preservation
  32. Contain general information
  33. The left hand side
  34. Type: Ball
    Thrust: Yes
    Seal: Labyrinth
    Supports: Forward of compressor turbine
    Section: Turbine
  35. Make sure all fuel, air, and oil ports are plugged to prevent cleaning solution from entering the systems
  36. - Green
    - Large eyelet
    - Magnetic
  37. - 6 stages of axial compression
    - 1 stage of centrifugal compression
    - Bleed valve
    - Compressor anti-icing system
    - Bearings 1 and 2
  38. A hung start or extended droop and overspeeding
  39. Type: Roller
    Thrust: No
    Seal: None
    Supports: Spur Adapter Gearshaft (SAG)
    Section: Accessory gearbox
  40. Make sure all lines and connections between the modules are disconnected
  41. Type: Ball
    Thrust: No
    Seal: Carbon face
    Supports: Front of compressor
    Section: Compressor
  42. - Compressor turbine
    - Power turbine
    - Bearings 5, 6, 7, and 8
  43. Remove all cap plugs
  44. A water rinse with an approved cleaning solution that is done every 300 hrs. depending on the environment
  45. Chapter 05
  46. To allow for heat expansion and contraction
  47. Done before long term storage to protect against oxidation
  48. - White
    - Small eyelet
    - Non-magnetic