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CHAPTER 71 POWER PLANT


TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Chapter/Section
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Title
Power Plant (Engine) .....................................................................
Power Plant Maintenance.........................................................
Priming Power Plant Lubrication System ..........................
Preoil Combining Gearbox ...........................................
Priming Engine Fuel System.............................................
Wet Motoring Run Power Plant ....................................
Alignment Engine to Transmission...............................
Compressor Wash ............................................................
Troubleshooting ................................................................
Operational Check ............................................................

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ENGINE ASSEMBLY
71-11
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71-16
71-17
71-18
71-19
71-20

Engine Assembly ...........................................................................


Maintenance .............................................................................
Removal............................................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Engine Power Section ..............................................................
Removal............................................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Combining (Reduction) Gearbox ..............................................
Removal............................................................................
Installation.........................................................................
COWLING

71-21
71-22
71-23
71-24
71-24A
71-25
71-25A
71-25B
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71-27
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Cowling ..........................................................................................
Forward Transmission and Engine Air Inlet Cowling ................
Forward Transmission and Engine Air Inlet Cowling
Removal............................................................................
Forward Transmission and Engine Air Inlet Cowling
Inspection and repair ........................................................
Engine Air Inlet Cowlings Gap Inspection ....................
Forward Transmission and Engine Air Inlet Cowling
Installation ....................................................................
Engine Air Inlet Cowlings Adjustable Seal
Replacement.....................................................................
Engine Air Inlet Cowlings Adjustable Seal Adjustment
Engine Cowling.........................................................................
Engine Cowling Removal .............................................
Engine Cowling Inspection and Repair ........................
Engine Cowling Installation ..........................................
Reduction Gearbox Cowling .....................................................
Reduction Gearbox Cowling Removal .........................
Reduction Gearbox Cowling Inspection and Repair.....
Reduction Gearbox Cowling Installation ......................

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Title
Oil Cooler Airscoop Cowling .....................................................
Oil Cooler Airscoop Cowling Removal .........................
Oil Cooler Airscoop Cowling Inspection and Repair.....
Oil Cooler Airscoop Cowling Installation ......................

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ENGINE MOUNTS
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Engine Mounts ...............................................................................


Forward Mount..........................................................................
Removal............................................................................
Inspection and Repair .......................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Forward Mount Fittings .............................................................
Removal............................................................................
Inspection and Repair .......................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Forward Mount Deck Fittings....................................................
Inspection and Repair .......................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Aft Left Mount Tripod ................................................................
Removal............................................................................
Inspection and Repair .......................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Aft Left Mount Tripod Deck Fittings ..........................................
Inspection and Repair .......................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Aft Left and Right Engine Mount Bearings................................
Removal............................................................................
Inspection and Repair .......................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Aft Right Mount Bipod...............................................................
Removal............................................................................
Inspection and Repair .......................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Aft Right Mount Bipod Deck Fittings .........................................
Inspection and Repair .......................................................
Installation.........................................................................
ENGINE ACCESSORIES

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Engine Accessories .......................................................................


Gas Producer (N1) Tachometer Generator ..............................
Removal............................................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Power Turbine (N2) Tachometer Generator .............................
Removal............................................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Differential Pressure Indicator ..................................................

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Chapter/Section
Number

Title
Removal............................................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Power Section Oil Pressure Switch ..........................................
Removal............................................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Reduction (Combining) Gearbox Oil Pressure Switch..............
Power Section Oil Temperature Bulb .......................................
Removal............................................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Reduction (Combining) Gearbox Oil Temperature Bulb ...........
Removal............................................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Torque Pressure Transmitters ..................................................
Removal............................................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Reduction (Combining) Gearbox Oil Pressure Transmitter ......
Reduction (Combining) Gearbox Oil Pressure
Transmitter Removal ....................................................
Reduction (Combining) Gearbox Oil Pressure
Transmitter Installation .................................................
Power Section Oil Pressure Transmitter...................................
Power Section Oil Pressure Transmitter Removal .......
Power Section Oil Pressure Transmitter Installation ....
Starter Generator......................................................................
Starter Generator Removal ..........................................
Starter Generator Repair ..............................................
Starter Generator Inspection ........................................
Starter Generator Cleaning ..........................................
Starter Generator Installation .......................................

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Engine Air Management System ...................................................


Ejectors.....................................................................................
Ejectors Removal .........................................................
Repair ...............................................................................
Ejectors Installation ......................................................
Transition Ducts........................................................................
Transition Ducts Removal ............................................
Transition Ducts Inspection ..........................................
Transition Ducts Repair................................................
Transition Ducts Installation .........................................
Valve Assembly ........................................................................
Valve Assembly Removal.............................................
Valve Assembly Inspection ..........................................
Valve Assembly Repair ................................................
Installation.........................................................................
Forward Ducts ..........................................................................

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Title
Forward Ducts Removal...............................................
Forward Ducts Inspection.............................................
Forward Ducts Installation............................................
Induction Baffles .......................................................................
Induction Baffles Removal............................................
Induction Baffles Installation.........................................
Exhaust Ducts...........................................................................
Exhaust Ducts Removal ...............................................
Inspection..........................................................................
Repair ...............................................................................
Installation.........................................................................

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FIGURES
Figure
Number
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Title
Tool Application Transmission Leveling Jacks (T101440),
Engine-to-transmission Alignment ......................................................................
Tool Application Engine-to-transmission Alignment (T101579) .....................
Compressor Wash Fitting ...................................................................................
Cowling ...............................................................................................................
Power Section (Engine) ......................................................................................
Exhaust Ejectors .................................................................................................
Centerline Firewall ..............................................................................................
Upper Induction Baffle and Middle Firewall and Attached Ducts ........................
Engine Assembly ................................................................................................
Engine Connections at Rear of Combining Gearbox ..........................................
Engine Sling SWE 13833 and Rail System Handling Stand...............................
Engine Mounts ....................................................................................................
Accessory Gearbox Lines ...................................................................................
Transmission and Engine Cowling......................................................................
Forward Transmission Cowling...........................................................................
Engine Air Inlet Cowling......................................................................................
Horizontal Engine Firewall Straightness Check .............................................
Engine Air Inlet Cowlings Adjustable Seals....................................................
Lower Engine Cowling ........................................................................................
Oil Cooler Air Scoop Cowling..............................................................................
Engine Mounts ....................................................................................................
Forward Mount Tube...........................................................................................
Forward Engine Mount Fitting.............................................................................
Forward Mount Deck Fitting................................................................................
Aft Left Mount Tripod ..........................................................................................
Aft Left Mount Tripod Deck Fitting ......................................................................
Aft Left and Right Mount Engine Bearings..........................................................
Aft Right Mount Bipod .........................................................................................
Aft Right Mount Bipod Deck Fitting .....................................................................

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FIGURES (CONT)
Figure
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Page
Number

Title
Engine Accessories ............................................................................................
Gas Producer (N1) Tachometer Generator ........................................................
Power Turbine (N2) Tachometer Generator .......................................................
Differential Pressure Indicator.............................................................................
Power Section Oil Pressure Switch ....................................................................
Power Section Oil Temperature Bulb..................................................................
Reduction (Combining) Gearbox Oil Temperature Bulb .....................................
Reduction Gearbox Data Plate ...........................................................................
Reduction (Combining) Gearbox Oil Pressure Transmitter ................................
Power Section Oil Pressure Transmitter.............................................................
Starter Generator ................................................................................................
Starter Generator Electrical ................................................................................
Starter Generator Brush Installation...............................................................
Engine Air Management System Schematic.......................................................
Engine Air Management System ........................................................................
Engine Air Management System Ejector Repair.................................................
Engine Air Management System Ducts ..............................................................
Engine Air Management System Transition Duct Removal/Installation..............
Engine Air Management System Transition Duct Repair....................................
Engine Air Management System Valve ..............................................................
Engine Air Management System Valve Assembly Repair ..................................
Engine Air Management System Forward Duct..................................................
Engine Air Management System Exhaust Duct ..................................................
Engine Air Management System Exhaust Duct Repair ......................................

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POWER PLANT
71-1. POWER PLANT (ENGINE).

Check gearbox oil level. Visually check


oil level to full mark on indicator. Service as
Chapter 12).
12
necessary (Chapter
4.

(DA

(71

5.

71-2. POWER PLANT MAINTENANCE.

Check area for foreign objects and close


0

va-

Q.

power sections), mounts, accessories, and air


management system.

normal rotation 20 complete revolutions using


main rotor turned by hand.

(0D

:Q30
him

The power plant is the overall power package.


Major components in this chapter are the
engine assembly (consisting of two identical
0

Turn main driveshaft in direction of

3.

access doors.

(D<

Fuel system maintenance is contained in

Chapter
Chapter 28
28.

Oil system maintenance is contained in

Chapter 79
79.
Chapter

71-5.
1.

Priming engine fuel system.

Disconnect fuel inlet connection from fuel

flow divider and connect suitable drainage


tubes to inlet tube open ends. Provide a
suitable container to catch displaced fuel and/
or preservative.

Priming power plant lubrication


system.
71-3.

o-+

2. Perform a wet motoring run


power section (paragraph
71-6).
paragraph 71-6

NOTE

3. Verify fuel flows freely from each drainage


line.

The following procedure shall be

accomplished when a power section


"+,

or reduction (combining) gearbox


lubrication system or oil cooler has
been drained.
'ca

NOTE

q(ua)

If power section fuel systems have

been preserved, ensure all

Open access doors.

2. Fill oil
Chapter 12
(Chapter
12).

reservoir to specified level


4.

--l

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3. With qualified personnel at controls,


perform dry motoring run (BHT-212-FM).
BHT- 212- FM
=-(Q

4. After completetion of dry motoring run,


refill oil reservoir to specified level (Chapter
Chapter
12).
12

Disconnect drainage tubes.

Connect fuel inlet connection to flow


divider. Torque 90 to 100 in.lbs. (10.17 to
5.

11.30 Nm).
71-6.

Wet motoring run - power plant.

Check area for foreign objects and close


0

-1.

5.

preservative fluid is cleared. Repeat


wet motoring run, if necessary.

1.

on each

NOTE

access doors.

The following procedures should be

of fuel system components as well


as to depreserve and preserve fuel

Open access doors.

gearbox oil reservoir


0

2. Fill combining
(Chapter
12).
Chapter 12

system.
0

1.

accomplished as a functional check

Preoil - combining gearbox.

(<D

71-4.

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WARNING
RESIDUAL VOLTAGE IN IGNITION
EXCITER MAY BE DANGEROUSLY

HIGH. ALWAYS DISCONNECT

o.

Fuel shutoff valve - OFF.

p.

Fuel boost pump switch - OFF.

q-

Transfer pump switch - OFF.

r.

INV 1 switch - OFF.

BATTERY BUS 1 and BATTERY BUS


S.
2 switches - OFF.

CABLE COUPLING NUTS AT


IGNITION EXCITER END FIRST.

USE INSULATED TOOLS TO


REMOVE CABLE COUPLING

t.

Repeat procedure for oppsite engine.

2.

DO NOT TOUCH EXCITER

71-7.

W000

NUTS.
W(3

OUTPUT CONNECTORS OR

CABLE COUPLING NUTS WITH

Igniter circuit breaker - Push in.

Alignment - engine to transmission.

MATERIALS REQUIRED
Refer to BHT-ALL-SPM
BHT- ALL- SPM for specification and

BARE HANDS.

source.

NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

C-317
C-317
C-447
C-447
C-452
C-452

Adhesive
Lockwire
Antiseize Compound

CAUTION

THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES

SHALL BE ACCOMPLISHED BY
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL AT THE

CONTROLS. DO NOT EXCEED

BHT- 412STARTER LIMITATIONS (BHT-412FM). IF ANY LEAKS ARE EVIDENT,


FM

SPECIAL TOOLS REQUIRED

START switch - Engage.

j.

At 12 % GAS PROD rpm - Throttle

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required when any of the following conditions


exist:
a.

Excessive wear of coupling spline.

b.

Indications of excessive heating.

C.

Replacement of the transmission

isolation mounts.

d.

Hard landings.

e.

Replacement of engine mounts.

f.
Major repair or replacement of
components is required in center fuselage,
,-.

g.
Driveshaft misalignment is suspected
for any reason.
2.
When engine is replaced, alignment
(o'

(CD

Engine to transmission alignment is

1.

303

GOV switch - AUTO.

Clevis

a)>

n.

204-001-178-1

"LO

approximately 15 seconds.
m.
START switch - OFF.

or

tailboom, or pylon support structure.

Continue to motor starter for


COD

1.

T 1 0 1 1 58 1
equivalent

'.

open to idle.
k.
GOV switch - MANUAL.

Leveling jacks (4)


Alignment tool
Hoist

+.,

i.

T101440
T101579

(I)

Preform following on effected engine:


Igniter circuit breaker - Pull out.
a.
b.
Throttle - Fully closed.
C.
BATTERY BUS 1 and BATTERY BUS
2 switches - ON.
d.
INV 1 switch - ON.
e.
GOV switch - Auto.
f. Transfer pump switch - ON.
Fuel boost pump switch - ON.
9Fuel shutoff valve switch - ON.
h.
1.

NOMENCLATURE

._,,

w''

APPROPRIATE FIRE EMERGENCY


PROCEDURES (BHT-212-FM).
BHT- 212- FM

NUMBER

(Dm

SHOULD THERE BE ANY


INDICATION OF FIRE DURING
THIS CHECK, CONDUCT

W>-

ABORT THE PROCEDURE.

check is not required provided engine mount


and/or shim stackup is not changed.

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Make alignment check with helicopter


resting on skids on a level surface, and with
engine and pylon assemblies installed in a

cooler blower drive pads (4). Install beam

normal manner and with main rotor untied.

assembly (2) to support assembly (3) and oil


pressure transmitter pad (5). Loosely install
knurled bolt (1).

installed in end of engine output shaft

Remove main driveshaft, leaving adapter

C-447 for alignment wire


b. Use lockwire (C-447)
(7) long enough to reach from installed target

Remove cotter pins, nuts and washers

knot in one end of wire and thread wire


through target plate with knot on inner

who

tea)

4.

=3'

3(D

,"'

3.

Chapter 63
(Chapter
63).

5.

from lift link bolts (figure


figure 71-1).
71-1

plate (8) to installed knurled bolt (1). Tie a


(counterbored) side of target plate.

6. Position transmission with T101440


leveling jacks as follows:

NOTE

Ensure target plate (8) is installed in


vertical position, with stamp TOP at

Using hoist and clevis (204-011-178-1),


raise transmission to point where lift link bolts
.O+

a.

top.

(1)-0

Replace bolt if binding occurs due to


corrosion or galling. Apply antiseize

I compound (C-452)
C-452 to bore of bushing and OD
of bolt.

structure. Use jack to hold transmission at


height where lift link bolts turn freely.

d. Guide alignment wire (7) through


center hole of beam assembly bracket (2) and
attach to knurled bolt (1, detail B).
0

b. Install four T101440 leveling jacks


between transmission support case and pylon

c. Install target plate (8) to transmission


input drive quill flange (9).
(CD

L-0

may be turned freely by hand (figure


figure 71-1).
71-1

Tighten knurled bolt (1) as required to

e.

remove all slack from alignment wire (7).


(O)

Alignment is correct if wire does not touch


edge of hole in beam assembly bracket (2,

NOTE

detail C).

Use shim plates on jacks if


Use depth gauge to measure distance

support case and pylon structure.

peeling laminated shim(s) beneath work deck


engine mount fitting(s) as necessary.

a)}

(/)

at each corner mount between top side of

is not correct. Correct misalignment by

0)O

00-

d. The four depth gauge measurements


should be within 0.020 in. (0.508 mm) of each

(f)

r1\^

figure
Using T101579 alignment tool (figure

adhesive (C-317).
Total thickness of
C-317
0

a.

71-2),
install support assembly (3) to oil
71-2

as shim stock. Structurally bond


plate to engine service deck with

shim and plate under any engine


mount fitting shall not exceed 0.288
in. (7.32 mm).

E._

Perform engine to transmission alignment


check as follows:
7.

mm) thick, same outside dimensions


...

corners to be within 0.020 in. (0.508 mm) of


the average. Recheck lower lift link bolt for
freedom of movement, substep
substep aa.

required, fabricate a plate of 2024T4 aluminum alloy 0.10 in. (2.54


E

front corner measurements and adjust aft

allowed under any support fitting is


0.188 in. (4.78 mm). If more shim is
a--

e. If the four measurements cannot be


brought within tolerance, average the two

The maximum amount of shim

((DD

measurement.

=.'

other. Adjust jacks to achieve this

NOTE

07(A7

c.

f. If alignment wire (7) touches edge of


hole in beam assembly bracket (2), alignment

N.+

necessary to obtain proper height.

8. Remove transmission jacks, hoist, and


clevis.
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- LIFT LINK
WASHER
NUT TORQUE 108 TO 125 FT-LB
(147 TO 169 N.m)

PIN
W/L 54.0

---

L-BOLT FREE
FROM BINDING

Figure 71-1.

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Tool application-transmission leveling jacks (T101440), engine-totransmission alignment

-e
fD

DETAIL C

7. Wire (MS20995C41)
8. Target plate (T101579-19)
9. Transmission input drive quill
10. Blower (installed)

6. Bracket

'fl

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0 0

Figure 71-2.

1. Knurled bolt (T1 01 579-1 7)


2. Beam assembly (7101579-3)
3. Support assembly (T101579-5)
4. Blower drive pad (2 places)
5. Oil pressure transmitter pad

HT-212-M

fool application- engine-to-transmission alignment (T101579)


Tool

BHT-212-MM

Install washer and nut on upper lift link


bolt. Torque nut 60 to 80 ft.lbs. (81.35 to

of dirt and other deposits. Connections for

108.47 Nm). Secure with cotter pin.

figure 71-3
forward induction baffles (figure
71-3). Refer
to Pratt and Whitney of Canada Ltd. PT6T-3
Series Maintenance Manual for compressor
wash procedures.

w.-4.

9.

compressor wash are located in upper


((s

0(0

(),

S^*

10. Install washer and nut on lower lift link


bolt. Torque nut 108 to 125 ft.lbs. (146.43 to
169.48 Nm). Secure with cotter pin.

Install main driveshaft (Chapter


63).
Chapter 63

11.

71-8.

71-9.

Troubleshooting.

Refer to Pratt and Whitney Aircraft of Canada,

Compressor wash.

Ltd. PT6T-3 Series Maintenance Manual for


troubleshooting procedures.

..................

' CAUTI

Operational check.

71-10.

.................

HELICOPTERS S/N 31295 AND

CAUTION

SUB., AND ANY MODEL 212

INCORPORATING MODIFICATION
TO RETURN DUMPED FUEL FROM
-D!

................

D-0 ODD

AFTER POWER PLANT CHANGE

ENGINE MANIFOLD BACK TO

AND/OR DISCONNECTING ENGINE

FUEL CELLS, REQUIRES

OIL INLET HOSE, PRIME OIL

DISCONNECTION OF FUEL

PUMP AS FOLLOWS PRIOR TO

MANIFOLD DRAIN HOSES FROM

ATTEMPTING ENGINE START.

WOO

MANIFOLD VALVE ON EACH

POWER SECTION WHEN

FUEL MANIFOLD DRAIN HOSES


SHALL BE CONNECTED AFTER

seconds, cease starter operation and

(0D

procedures for cleaning compressor section;


._

desalination wash to remove salt deposits


CD

and, performance recovery wash for removal

71-00-00
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OT'

There are two types of compressor wash

If an indication is not evidenced within 30

(AO

FIRST DRYING RUN.

N-,

WASH OR MOTORING WASH.

1. Prior to engine starting, motor engine


BHT- 212- FM until oil pressure is indicated.
(BHT-212-FM)

-<m

ACCOMPLISHING COMPRESSOR

determine cause.

BHT- 212- FM
Perform operational check (BHT-212-FM
and Pratt and Whitney of Canada, Ltd. PT6T3 Series Maintenance Manual).

2.

BHT-212-MM

Compressor wash hose


Compressor wash fitting
3. Induction baffle
4. Forward firewall
1.
2.

ELL

212-M-71-3

Figure 71-3.

Compressor wash fitting

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B HT-212-M M

ENGINE ASSEMBLY

71-11. ENGINE ASSEMBLY.

2.

Open forward transmission cowling (1,

figure
figure 71-4).
71-4

PT-6T-313 engine and adapting parts to

connect engine to related systems and


helicopter airframe.

The engine consists of two identical, freeturbine, twinned-turboshft power sections


driving a single output shaft through identical

gear trains in a common reduction


(combining) gearbox.

Remove forward transmission and engine


air inlet cowling (paragraph
71-22).
paragraph 71-22
3.

4. Remove left and right lower engine


paragraph 71-27
cowling (6) (paragraph
71-27).

Remove left and right engine top cowling


(3) (paragraph
71-27).
paragraph 71-27
5.
Q0)

The engine assembly consists of a PT6T-3 or

Disconnect starter-generator cooling

7.

On helicopter S/N 30597 and sub.,

6.

ducts at starters.

NOTE

Refer to Pratt and Whitney of


'-'

Maintenance Manual for

maintenance information peculiar to


the engine.
71-12. MAINTENANCE.

mounting bracket.
Remove left and right combining gearbox
side cowling (5).
8.

Remove combining gearbox top cowling


(4), with side cowling door attached from left

9.

side.

10.

Disconnect anticollision light electrical

<(Q

connector at top panel. Detach combining


gearbox oil filler adapter from top panel by
,-r

MATERIALS REQUIRED

p)-

Removal.

71-13.

^U'

Canada, Ltd. PT6T-3 Series

disconnect no.2 generator overheat switch


wires and remove clamp at overheat switch

C-405
C-405

Lockwire

removing screws around filler.


11.

Remove combining gearbox top cowling

-(Q

NOMENCLATURE

NUMBER

(4) with anticollision light panel and side


cowling door attached from right side.

SPECIAL TOOLS REQUIRED

12.

On helicopter S/N 30554 and sub.;

figure 71-5),
71-5
disconnect vent hose (20, figure
oil

NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

filler hose (1413), and oil cap and adapter

T101588

Holding wrench

(15). Disconnect vent hoses (16 and 17) from


ejector tubes (18).

T101581

Hoist

SWE 13833

Engine sling

Turn all electrical switches off and


disconnect any external power source.
1.

Disconnect battery.

13.

On helicopter S/N 30554 and sub.;


.--

remove vent tubes (19) and disconnect vent


hoses (20). Cap all openings.
14. Disconnect drain tube (5, figure
figure 71-6)
71-6
from fitting on lower outboard side of each

ejector (1).
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BHT-212-MM

1.

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Forward transmission cowling


Engine air inlet cowling
Engine top cowling
Combining gearbox top cowling
Combining gearbox side cowling
Engine lower cowling

212-M-71-4

Figure
71-4. Cowling
Figure 71-4

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BHT-212-MM

2. Vent tube (left and right)


3. Elbows
4. Elbow nuts
5. Exhaust ducts
6. Oil pressure transmitter
7. Blower screen (2 piece)

8. Blowers
9. Tube assembly (left and right)
10. Combustion chamber drains
11. Solenoid valve dumps
12. Oil pressure transmitters
13. Oil temperature bulbs
14. Bleed air tube

-_0

1. Levers

NOTE

Figure 71-5.

212-M-71-5-1
411

A installed on helicopter S/N 30504 through 30553.

Power section (engine) (sheet 1 of 2)

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BHT-212-MM

`..III
,r111

I I

\
I

II

II

II

I
I

II

114

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:I
,

....1-.-...

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I I
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.............I

II

................

II......................

....................

.. .1

LOCKWIRE LOWER NUTS


ONLY INSIDE OUTER SKIN
HELICOPTER S/N 30650 AND SUBQ.
LOOKING
DOWN

LOCKWIRE LOWER NUT


ONLY HELICOPTER S/N

30650 AND SUBQ.

19.

Venttube

>00

16.
17.
18.

Vent hose
Oil filler hose
Oil cap and
adapter
Vent hose
Vent hose
Ejector tube

14A.
14B.
15.

NCO

LOOKING FWD IN PLANE


OF AFT FIREWALL

20.

Vent hose

21.
22.
23.

Vent fitting
Ejector tube fitting
Ejector tube fitting

a3+

24.

Bracket

25.
26.
27.

Vent hose
Oil filler hose
Bracket on ejector

EFFECTIVITY

Installed on helicopter S/N 30544 and subsequent.

Figure 71-5.

OHO

(0O

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Power section (engine) (sheet 2)

212-M-71-5-2

BHT-212-MM

1. Exhaust ejector

NOTE

On helicopter S/N 30554 and sub., exhaust


ejectors (1) incorporate the oil vent system.

2. Ejector links
3. Upper section aft firewall
4. Lower section aft firewall
5. Ejector drain tube
6 Center section aft firewall
7. Stiffeners
8. Centerline firewall
.

212-M-71-6
212-061-200

Figure 71-6.

Exhaust ejectors

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BHT-212-MM

Remove bolts to detach outer ends of

d.

cooler support, at lower and outboard sides of


each ejector.
16. Remove screws and stiffeners (7) which
position engine fireshield to front face of the

aft firewall, screws which secure upper

e. Remove screws from panels in lower


section of middle firewall (10) to allow better

access to bolts at lower ends of forward


mount vertical tubes.

firewall section (3) to lower firewall section (4)

and screws which secure upper firewall


section to centerline firewall (8).

Lift off firewall and baffle duct

assembly.

f.

Remove screws to detach left and right

inboard ears of lower sections of induction


baffle (9) from lower centerline firewall.

17. Lift off each exhaust ejector (1) with


attached firewall section.
18.

.................
CAUTION

.................

Remove screws to detach center section

(6) of aft firewall from lower section, above


tail rotor driveshaft tunnel, and from flange of
centerline firewall (8). This section of aft

Ayr

DO NOT DEFLECT FIREWALL OR


INDUCTION BAFFLE MORE THAN

m=om

15.

two ejector links (2) from brackets on oil

(TS

NECESSARY TO EFFECT

firewall will be removed with engine

REMOVAL.

assembly.

g.

Flex left and right inboard ears of lower

Remove main driveshaft and engine


driveshaft adapter using T101588 holding

middle firewall (10) and induction baffle

Chapter 63
wrench (Chapter
63).

sections (9) forward to allow engine removal


C-405
clearance, and secure with lockwire (C-405).

Remove remaining screws to detach


figure 71-7)
71-7 upper web
centerline firewall (figure
(trough) from lower section and from mid-

23.

firewall and induction baffle. Remove

cabin bulkhead at each side of pylon support.


Disconnect two bonding strips on accessory
gearbox tachometer generators.

centerline firewall trough.

Remove bulged access doors from aft


0

.C.0

20.

Q_0

19.

21.

24.

Remove screws from left and right side

gearbox.

panels (7, figure


figure 71-8)
71-8 of induction baffle.
Disconnect compressor wash hose (11) at

Place suitable container under oil drain

line and drain engine oil and reduction


25.

firewall above inlet duct (3).


i=.

sections of induction baffle (1) and middle


firewall (2) from lower sections along break
lines illustrated.
c. Detach cowl hold-open strut (8) from
stowage bracket on lower section of firewall.
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28.

figure
Disconnect fuel control link (19, figure

29.

Disconnect fuel lines from each power

.Ca

Remove screws to detach upper

E0.-

b.

27. Loosen clamps and slide oil cooler


blower boots aft.
0

C"'

0+,

Uo

a. Disconnect air management valve


electrical connector (5) on front of middle

26. Disconnect control tubes, electrical


connections, and fuel, oil, bleed air, and drain
lines as required.

719 from lever on manual fuel control.


71-9)
(N0

22. Remove upper sections of induction


baffle (1) and middle firewall (2) with attached
inlet duct (3), air valve (4), and transition duct
(6) as an assembly from each side as follows:

Place suitable container under fuel filters

and drain fuel.

(D

spray ring connection.

section as follows:

a. Fuel inlet hose (17) at top of airframe


fuel tube at level of cabin roof.

BHT-212-MM

m0

REMOVE SCREWS
c)
m

AROUND REAR FLANGE

REMOVE SCREWS
ON TOP FLANGE

!,

e)

j
/JJ

1
I

REMOVE SCREWS

AROUND FLANGE

,,

.,

1111

IiIN11/// '+ti ,i'


f1,
s(r

0'

'rr,l

ff/J,^

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11

r, {., i'

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r
+,

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,,

.i

,i ,

1/1

i i1/
,

`/j

I
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'111

11'//1111

REMOVE SCREWS ATTACHING

MIDDLE FIREWALL AND


INDUCTION BAFFLE

11/111111

i////,

/1

111

11 111

111111

I. '1 11Y ,I 1111

she

f i/ 1

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'4',

212-M-71-7

Figure 71-7.

Centerline firewall

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BHT-212-MM

Upper Sections Induction Baffle


Upper Section Middle Firewall
Inlet Duct
Air Valve
Electrical Connector
Transition Duct
Side Panel Induction Baffle
Cowl Strut
Lower Sections Induction Baffle
Lower Sections Middle Firewall
Compressor Wash Fitting

-t7

1.

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

212-M-71-8

Figure 71-8.

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Upper induction baffle and middle firewall with attached ducts

BHT-212-MM

a-.

01N

Bleed air valve


Combustion chamber drain
Fuel manifold drain
Fitting

Ignition exciter
Forward engine mount tube

13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
M14

Starter generator duct


Air valve electrical plug
Rear mount bolts
Jackshaft
Governor RPM actuator
Electrical plug
+O+

ANC
1.

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

20.
21.
22.
23.
24.

Idle stop solenoid


Accessory gearbox drain hose
Governor bleed hose
Oil filler
Fuel inlet hose
Starter electrical plug
Fuel control link
Clamp
Bracket and clamp
Bleed air elbow
Bleed air tube
Bleed air adapter
212-M-71-9-1

Figure 71-9.

Engine assembly (sheet 1 of 2)

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B HT-212-M M

X10000)

212-062-006 BRACKET INSTL REF.


MS219191-17 CLAMP, 2 READ
MS27039-1-08 SCREW,2 REQD

------------

VIN

AN960CIOL WASHER,2 READ


NAS679A3 NUT,2 READ

0-M

MS219191-17 CLAMP, 2 REQD


MS27039-1-08 SCREW

AN960CIOL WASHER
NAS679A3 NUT

MS21919H4 CLAMP
MS21919H7 CLAMP
MS27039-1-07 SCREW
AN960JD10L WASHER
MS21002L3 NUT
z

IGNITION

VIEW LOOKING INBD L.H. SIDE

(D,

212-062-006 BRACKET INSTL REF.


U00

MS219191-17 CLAMP, 2 READ


MS27039-1-08 SCREW, 2 READ

AN960CIOL WASHER, 2 REQD


NAS679A3 NUT, 2 REQD

IGNITION CABLE, REF

MS21919H4 CLAMP
MS21919H7 CLAMP
MS27039-1-07 SCREW
AN960JD10LWASHER

MS219191-17 CLAMP, 2 READ.


MS2703 9-1-08 SCREW

MS210021-3 NUT -

{n0

AN960CiOL WASHER
NAS679A3 NUT

IGNITION EXCITER, REF

VIEW LOOKING INBD R.H. SIDE

Figure 71-9.

71-00-00

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Engine assembly (sheet 2)

212-M-71-9-2

BHT-212-MM

b. Combustion chamber drain hose (8) at


tee fitting on engine deck.

NUTS. DO NOT TOUCH EXCITER

OUTPUT CONNECTORS OR
CABLE COUPLING NUTS WITH

c. Fuel manifold drain hose (9) at fitting


(10).
d. Governor bleed line hose (15) at lower
end.

Disconnect flexible boots from oil

figure 71-10).
71-10
cooler blowers (1 and 12, figure

NOTE

d.

Governor RPM actuator (5).

e.

Bleed air valves (7)

f.

figure 7171Electrical harnesses (4 and 9, figure

10
10)

If engine is to be reinstalled,
-O'

disconnect forward boot clamp and


remove blower from pad. Slide
blower back into oil cooler housing
and allow to remain with airframe.
Disconnect oil lines as follows:
con

30.

c. Engine harness and ignition leads from


three places on ignition exciter (11).

e.

BARE HANDS.

at receptacles on deck aft of combining


gearbox.
g. Fire detector connectors (6 and 8) at
aft firewall.
32. Disconnect bleed air tubes at valves (7,
figure 71-9).
71-9
figure

Accessory gearbox drain hoses (14,

33. Disconnect bleed air tube (23) from


adapter (24).

b.

Engine and gearbox cooler line hoses

34.

(DD

a.

10'

figure
figure 71-9).
71-9

(2, 7, and 11, figure


figure 71-10)
71-10 at rear side of

Disconnect governor RPM actuator (5)

from jackshaft (4).

combining gearbox.

F-:

CAUTION

0-0

(TO

c. Blower seal drain hoses (3 and 10) at


deck aft of combining gearbox.

.................
LIFTING CAPACITY OF HOIST

d. Output shaft seal drain hose from union


on drain tube at left side.

SHALL BE 2,000 LBS. (908 KG) OR


GREATER.

31. Disconnect electrical connectors as


follows:

()1

:,0 =`(Q

Idle stop solenoids (13).

figure 7171balance for lifting complete engine (figure

Take up slack in sling cables without


--I

11).
11

strain on engine.

Disconnect left forward vertical engine


mount tube (6, figure
figure 71-12)
71-12 from left engine
mount fitting (1).

Or.

36.

WARNING

Disconnect right forward vertical engine


mount tube (6) from right bellcrank (7).

RESIDUAL VOLTAGE IN IGNITION


EXCITER MAY BE DANGEROUSLY

37.

CABLE COUPLING NUTS AT

38.

USE INSULATED TOOLS TO


REMOVE CABLE COUPLING

bearings (2).

HIGH. ALWAYS DISCONNECT


IGNITION EXCITER END FIRST.

(Q'

b.

rear of lifting eye attachment to obtain

'-0-'

(/)

a. Starter-generator electrical plug (18,


figure
figure 71-9).
71-9

35. Install SWE 13833 engine sling and


attach to T101581 hoist. Use fifth hole from

Remove bolts attaching bipod mount (3)

and tripod mount (4) to aft engine mount

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B HT-212-M M

CABLES

DIAGRAM A

ATTACHMENT POINTS

DIAGRAM B

COLUMN 1

3f

YES
YES
NO
NO

1, 2, 4, 6,
1, 2, 4, 6,
1, 2, 4, 6,
1, 2, 4, 6,

3, 6, 7, 9
3, 6, 7, 9,
3, 6, 7, 9,
3, 6, 7, 9,

9
9

1, 4,
1, 4,
1, 4,
1, 4,

5, 9,
4, 8,
5, 9,
4, 8,

11

3, 5,

1, 2,

7
4
5

.y+

M.O.

YES
NO
YES
NO

AAA

Rail System, Removal/ Installation


Complete Power Section L.H.
Complete Power Section R.H.
Complete Power Section L.H.
Complete Power Section R.H.

3'3'333

YES
YES
NO
NO

CAD

Rail System, Removal/Installation


Complete Engine
Complete Engine
Complete Engine
Complete Engine

3333.E

Starter/
Attachment Points
Generator Blower
Sling.
Cables
Installed Installed Hole Number(See Diagram 'A') (See Diagram 'B')

ITEM

0000

MR.

;;.

Rail System, Removal/Installation


Reduction Gearbox

10
10

212-M-71-11

Figure 71-11.

Engine sling SWE 13833 and rail system handling stand

71-00-00

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2.-

I-'

B HT-212-M M

(Dm

(0n

(ti

Inspect engine area. Ensure all hoses,

00-00

39.

electrical connectors, and controls are

Using SWE 13833 engine sling with

1.

40.

2. Attach engine mount tubes (6, figure


figure 717112
12) to fittings (1) with bolt heads inboard.

0-a

disconnected from engine and clearance

T101581 hoist, or equivalent attached to fifth


hole from rear of sling. Lift engine from
stand.

exists to remove engine.

Lift engine assembly clear of airframe.

(<D

v.+

a)0

.0)

Remove right forward engine mount


' vertical tube (6) from right engine mount
41.

fitting (1).

NOTE

Place engine assembly in suitable stand.


(OD

42.

Attach bipod mount (3) and tripod mount


(4) to fitting bearings (2)
3.

Perform interturbine temperature

indicator operation test before

NOTE

o.-

BHT- 212- CR&O for build-up


Refer to BHT-212-CR&O
of replacement engine.

4. Lower engine carefully


checking position as follows:

into place,

a. Forward and middle fireshields will be


figure 71-8)
71-8
aft of lower induction baffle (9, figure

Installation.

71-14.

Chapter 96
installing engine (Chapter
96).

MATERIALS REQUIRED

and lower middle firewall (10).

Aft fireshield will be on forward side of

3,i

b.

NOMENCLATURE

C-005
C-005

Solid Film Lubricant

position.

NUMBER

figure 71-6).
71-6
lower aft firewall (4, figure
Guide
center section (6) of aft firewall to mating

figure 71-12)
71-12 and
Attach bipod mount (3, figure
tripod mount (4) to fittings (5).

5.

NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

Attach tubes (6) to bellcranks (7). Secure


nuts with cotter pins.

SWE 13833

SPECIAL TOOLS REQUIRED

Engine sling

7.

Remove engine sling.

T101581

Hoist

8.

Connect electrical connectors as follows:

T101588

Holding tool

6.

NOTE
Chapter
Verify torque limiter setting (Chapter

76
76).

CAUTION

LIFTING CAPACITY OF HOIST


SHALL BE 2,000 LBS (908 KG) OR
(0C

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b. On helicopter S/N 30597 and sub.,


connect No. 2 generator overheat switch
wires and install clamp on overheat switch
mounting bracket.

.................

GREATER.

a. Starter-generator electrical plugs (18,


figure 71-9)
71-9 at receptacles on cabin roof.
figure

c.

Idle stop solenoids (13).

BHT-212-MM

1.

2.
3.

4.
5.
6.
7.

8.
9.
10.

Fitting
Bearing

Bipod mount
Tripod mount
Deck fittings
Tube

Bellcrank
Stop

Deck fittings
Tube

;11 1

NOTE

All bolts attaching bipod mount (3) and tripod mount (4) assemblies to bearings (2)
for PT6T 3B engine shall have cotter pins installed to secure nuts.

7.O

Figure 71-12.

212-M-71-12
212-061-100

Engine mounts

.-.

1Q

=-

71-00-00

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BHT-212-MM

Connect fuel lines from each engine as


(D

11.

WARNING

follows:

Inlet hose (17) at level of cabin roof.

a.

-I-nmz

CABLE COUPLING NUTS. DO NOT

oo

r+

c. Fuel manifold drain hose (9) at fitting


(10).
c

USE
INSULATED TOOLS TO INSTALL

EXCITER END FIRST.

COUPLING NUTS AT IGNITION

b. Combustion chamber drain hose (8) at


tee fitting on engine deck.
c

RESIDUAL VOLTAGE IN IGNITION


EXCITER MAY BE DANGEROUSLY
HIGH. ALWAYS CONNECT CABLE

TOUCH EXCITER OUTPUT


CONNECTORS OR CABLE

d. Governor bleed line hose (15) to tube


below accessory gearbox.

HANDS.

12. Apply solid film lubricant (C-005}


C-005 to
threads on adapter (24) and nut on tube (23}.
Connect tube (23) to adapter (24).

COUPLING NUTS WITH BARE

o.

Connect governor RPM actuator {5) to


o

13.

d. Ignition leads to two top connections on


ignition exciter (11) and engine harness lead
to lower connector.

jackshaft (4).
Governor RPM actuator (5).

f.

Bleed air valves (7}.

g.

figure
Electrical connectors (4 and 9, figure

e.

Install boots on oil cooler blowers (1 and


12, figure
figure 71-10).
71-10

(D

gearbox tachometer generators.

bulged access doors on aft cabin bulkhead

Install upper sections of induction baffle


(1) and middle firewall (2) with attached inlet
duct (3), air valve (4), and transition duct (6)
as an assembly on each side as follows:
17.

(D

each side of pylon support.

firewalls.
0

Connect two bonding strips on accessory


Install

9.

Install screws in induction baffle (1)


panels in lower sections (10) of middle
16.

h. Fire detector connectors (6 and 8} at


aft firewall.

Install screws securing left and right

Connect oil lines as follows:


M-

10.

a.

a. Output shaft seal drain tube (14) to


union on drain hose (3) at left side.

Position firewall-baffle-duct assembly.

b. Install screws to attach upper and


lower sections of induction baffle and middle

c. Engine and gearbox cooler line hoses


(2, 7, and 11).

above inlet duct.

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d. Connect hose (11) to water wash ring


and install side panel (7) of induction baffle.
o

(D

Accessory gearbox drain hoses (14,

c. Connect air management valve


electrical connector (5) on front of firewall
c

e.

figure 71-9).
figure
71-9

firewall.

b. Blower seal drain hoses (3 and 10) at


deck aft of combining gearbox.

d. On helicopter SIN 30554 and sub.,


install oil filler hose (14B, figure
figure 71-5),
71-5 oil cap,
and adapter (15}. Connect vent hose (16 and
17) to ejector tube (18).

-h
-h

combining gearbox.

15.

figure 7171inboard ears of induction baffle (9, figure


8
8) to lower centerline firewall.

71- 10
71-10)
at receptacles on deck aft of

..L ..L

14.

18.

figure
Install upper centerline firewall (figure

71- 6 as follows:
71-6)

BHT-212-MM

26.

Perform wet motoring run (paragraph


71paragraph 71-

6
6).

Install screws attaching upper web to

27.

Prime engine fuel system (paragraph


71paragraph 71E

b.

web (trough) of

a. Position upper
centerline firewall.

and center portions of aft firewall.

28.

19. Install main driveshaft and adapter using


Chapter 63
T101588 holding wrench (Chapter
63).

29. Verify torque limiter adjustment (Chapter


Chapter
76
76).

20. Install upper aft firewall and exhaust


ejector assembly on each side as follows:

71-15.

tai

lower centerline firewall, forward firewall,


induction baffle, middle firewall, and lower

5
5).

Close engine and transmission cowling.

ENGINE POWER SECTION.


NOTE

Install screws attaching center section


71-6 of aft firewall to lower section
(6, figure
figure 71-6)
a.

W-0

Either left or right power section may

(4).

b.

be removed and installed by


procedures outlined in the following

Install inboard stiffener (7) over

paragraphs with opposite power

fireshield and attach to front of aft firewall

7.00

section and combining (reduction)


gearbox remaining in place.

with screws.
c.

Position upper firewall (3) and exhaust

ejector (1) assembly. Install remaining

Prior to installation of a complete power plant

stiffeners and screws.

value on engine records is same as on

heads and nuts.


OIL

))) -.-

e. Connect drain tube (5) to fitting on


outboard lower side of ejector. Connect

SPECIAL TOOLS REQUIRED

71-5
combining gearbox vent hose (17, figure
figure 71-5)
to fitting (23) on left ejector.

Install left and right combining gearbox


figure 71-4)
71-4 with anitcollision
top cowling (4, figure
light panel and side door.
'Z3

+.-

(f)

OUP-

23. On helicopter S/N 30554 and sub.,


figure 71-5
connect vent hoses (20, figure
71-5) and vent
tubes (19).
figure 7171Install cowling (2, 3, 5, and 6 figure
44), and service engine with oil (Chapter
Chapter 12).
12

24.

NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

SWE 13833

Sling

SWE 13852-401

Adapter

SWE 13852-402

Adapter

SWE 13875

Transport stand

T101581

Hoist

steps 11. through


through 19.
19 of paragraph
paragraph
1. Perform steps
71- 13 to remove sections of cowling, air
71-13

management ducts and baffles, and firewalls

to extent required for access to power section


being removed.
r+O

N..-0

bracket (27) on inboard side of ejector with


screw, washer, and nut.

22.

Removal.

71-16.

21. Attach vent hose (25) clamp and bracket


(24). Attach clamp of oil filler hose (26) to

(B(

CAC

bolts, using thin aluminum washers under bolt

(if

(2) to brackets on oil cooler support with

respective engine data plate. If bias value is


not the same, contact engine manufacturers
representative.
(SS

Attach outer ends of two ejector links

}>-

d.

or an individual engine, ascertain trim bias

25. Prime engine and/or combining gearbox


lubrication system (paragraph
71-4).
paragraph 71-4
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BHT-212-MM
figure
a. Starter-generator cable plug (18, figure
71-9)
71-9 at receptacle on cabin roof.

Idle stop solenoid (13).

b.

Provide suitable containers and drain oil


from power section to be removed by opening
oil drain valves located on front of accessory
gearbox and on engine deck aft of combining
gearbox.
2.

Disconnect power lever (throttle) fuel


control link (19, figure
figure 71-9)
71-9 from lever on
3.

WARNING

manual fuel control.

moozmc-oim

HIGH. ALWAYS DISCONNECT

CABLE COUPLING NUTS AT

Fuel inlet hose (17 and 18, figure


figure 7171-

IGNITION EXCITER END FIRST.

13) from top of cabin roof.


13

USE INSULATED TOOLS TO


REMOVE CABLE COUPLING

Combustion chamber drain hose (8,

b.

U--

a.

=m-o,0--m=moo

RESIDUAL VOLTAGE IN IGNITION


EXCITER MAY BE DANGEROUSLY

Disconnect fuel lines from power section


as follows:
4.

NUTS. DO NOT TOUCH EXCITER

figure 71-9
71-9) at tee fitting on engine deck.
figure

OUTPUT CONNECTORS OR

CABLE COUPLING NUTS WITH

c. Fuel manifold drain hose (9) at fitting


(10).

BARE HANDS.

ca-

5. Remove accessory gearbox oil drain


valve and fittings assembly to allow forward
movement of engine.

e.

Bleed air valve (7).

f.

Engine harness electrical plug (6) at

engine deck.

g. Inter-turbine thermocouple leads at


lower connection on T5 limiter, and electrical
+-'

6).

Governor rpm actuator (5).

300o

+3+

(11 and 12, figure


71-13), starter seal drain
figure 71-13
tube (10 and 9), and drain hose (16) from
cross fitting (7 and 8) on drain valve (5 and

d.

(N)

Disconnect fuel control seal drain tubes

a.

c. Ignition leads and electrical connector


at three places on ignition exciter (11).
0

Governor bleed line hose (15) at lower

d.
end.

wire from connection on top of limiter.


(1)o

Loosen jamnut on drain valve. Turn


valve assembly for clearance and disconnect
b.

Remove clamps and arrange wires so they

c. Turn valve assembly counterclockwise


to detach from combining gearbox. If tee
fitting contacts engine boss while turning,

follows:

with engine.

bulkhead fittings and retain with engine.

ENO

I-1

Do not loosen fittings on valve.

Keep assembly aligned for


installation.

Remove

b.

Ensure ends of disconnected tubes do

not foul on fittings when power section is


removed.

6.

Disconnect engine electrical connectors

as follows:
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Page 30

(j)

Q)++

NOTE

a. Tubes at aft side of rear fireshield at

lower left and right corners.

<p)

S11

change alignment only enough for clearance.

Disconnect pneumatic transfer tubes as


E

7.

C]3

5Q.

m`<

(D?

electrical connector from chip detector.

will not foul when removing engine. Wires


are secured to aft fireshield and will remain

8.

Disconnect bleed air tube at valve (7).

BHT-212-MM

2.
3.

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Tachometer generator
Tachometer generator
Hose fuel pump drain
Hose fuel pump drain
Oil drain valve
Oil drain valve
Cross fitting
Cross fitting
Drain tube starter-generator

10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.

Drain tube starter-generator


Tube seal drain
Tube seal drain
Starter-generator
Starter-generator

Mount fitting
Oil tank drain hose
Fuel inlet hose
Fuel inlet hose
o

1.

212-M-71-13
212-062-005

Figure 71-13.

Accessory gearbox lines

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b. Lower power section until accessory


gearbox is over -401 adapter. Remove link
from forward mount fitting.
(CD

CAUTION
................

LIFTING CAPACITY OF HOIST

c. Roll -402 adapter forward until strap will

.-.

SHALL BE 2,000 LBS. (908 KG) OR

support power turbine end and install strap.

d. Disconnect sling. Protect openings on


power section and combining gearbox against
entry of dirt and contamination.
(OD

]G)

GREATER.

Install SWE 13833 engine sling, attached


to T101581 hoist or equivalent hoist:

3(o

+..

9.

Installation.

71-17.

coo

'mom.

a. Position lifting eye of sling to marked


"SINGLE ENGINE LIFT" position and install
figure 71-11).
71-11
retaining pin (figure

MATERIALS REQUIRED

b. Position marked "FRONT" end of sling


.fl

over accessory gearbox lifting bracket and


connect one of two longest cables.

NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

C-405
C-405

Lockwire

0(0

c. Attach rear sling cable to lifting bracket


(DD

at top of power section flange forward of

SPECIAL TOOLS REQUIRED

exhaust opening.

d. Take up slack in cables.

NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

Remove bolt from lower end of forward


figure 71-12).
71-12
engine mount tube (6, figure

SWE 13833

Sling

SWE 13852-401

Adapter

11. Remove 23 nuts securing engine flange


to combining gearbox studs.

SWE 13852-402

Adapter

SWE 13875

Transport stand

T101581

Hoist

-ti

10.

CAUTION

SLOWLY. WATCH OIL TUBES AT

Perform turbine inlet temperature


indicator operational test before
installing power section (Chapter
Chapter
=3O

NOTE

Jim

,cam

0'00

..a

combining gearbox, then lift vertically until


clear of helicopter.

Install power section on SWE 13852

support assembly or other suitable stand.

c13

a. Position SWE 13852-401 accessory


gearbox adapter and -402 gas generator case
balance adapter on 48 in. (1219 mm) SWE
13875 transport stand.
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1.

extinguisher circuit
.53

_E>

approximately 1.0 in. (25.4 mm) until clear of

13.

96
96). Check fire
(Chapter
96).
Chapter 96

Move power section forward


Q>sai

12.

C/)

BOTTOM OF POWER SECTION TO


AVOID DAMAGE.

Install SWE 13833 engine sling.


Co.

JOB

IN NEXT STEP, MOVE ENGINE

a. Position lifting eye to marked "SINGLE


ENGINE LIFT" location on engine sling, and
install retaining pin.

...

BHT-212-MM

fireshield, through space below combining


gearbox.

SHALL BE 2,000 LBS. (908 KG) OR

Q.3

c. Push middle panel of lower middle

GREATER.

firewall at least 1.0 in. (25.4 mm) forward.

3-0

Position marked "FRONT" end of sling

installed on SWE 13852 support assembly.

d. Carefully lower power section into

position. Ensure exposed seals on oil tubes

U)D;-a
a)0

c.

Position sling over power section

>+"

Act

Attach T101581 hoist, or equivalent, to

.f..

over lifting bracket on accessory gearbox.

Ensure mid-fireshield on engine is positioned


aft of panel in lower middle firewall, and seal
on air induction baffle is forward of forward
-0_

'l7

and mounting flange are not damaged.


=;,

b.

jog

iii

connected at lower left and right corner of aft

LIFTING CAPACITY OF HOIST

sling.

Feed electrical connector and wire,

b.

'CAUTION'

Connect one of two longest rear sling


cables to lift bracket on power section flange
forward of exhaust opening. Stow other

e. Mate power section flange to flange on


combining gearbox, meanwhile rotating power
turbine manually to align combining gearbox
input shaft to shaft. Continue to rotate until
flanges are completely mated.

con

00

...

"0+

d.

cables. Take up slack in hoist cable.

E+,

fireshield.

0-0

Connect one of two longest cables to bracket,


and stow other cable.

Remove power section from support:

2.

..................

I CAUTION
DO NOT USE FLANGE NUTS TO
DRAW POWER SECTION INTO

Roll SWE 13852-402 gas generator


()7

.fl

b.

tension to hoist to

case balance adapter clear of rear.

POSITION.

Remove pin securing accessory


1-O

gearbox to SWE 13852-401 adapter.


,.+

C>7

5p030.

fl.

d. Attach forward engine mount tube to


accessory gearbox mount fitting, using bolt
installed from right to left, two washers, and
nut. Torque nut 50 to 70 in.lbs. (5.65 to 7.91

f. Align lower end of forward engine


mount link tube in bellcrank fitting, and install
bolt. Use thin washers under nut, tighten nut
50 to 70 in.lbs. (5.65 to 7.91 Nm). Install
cotter pin.

.lc

c.

C:j0

:=r

a. Apply enough
support power section.

C0.3

of power section and combining gearbox.

Ensure new seals are installed on

Tighten nuts in diametrical sequence 65 to 85


in.lbs. (7.34 to 9.60 Nm) torque.

pp)

mating flange and oil tubes on rear end of


engine. Lubricate seals with engine oil

70-

e.

g. Install 23 nuts securing mating flanges


,,.

Nm). Install cotter pin

f.

baffle.

O+3

Remove pneumatic line bulkhead

Secure panel in lower middle firewall


below engine, and inside ear of induction

4.

coo

(Chapter
12).
Chapter 12

fittings and retain.

Connect engine pneumatic transfer tubes


as follows, torque steel connections 90 to 100
(71

5.

3. Install
follows:

power section in helicopter as

in.lbs. (10.17 to 11.30 Nm) and secure with


lockwire (C-405).
C-405

BCD

='F

arc

a. Position power section above engine


compartment, and lower until 6 in. (15.2 cm)
clearance remains above firewalls.

a.

Install pneumatic line bulkhead fittings.

b.

Tube located at lower left corner of aft

fireshield.
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BHT-212-MM

6. Connect bleed air tube to valve (7, figure


figure
719 Torque 40 to 58 ft.lbs. (54.23 to 78.64
71-9).

c. After determining final position of valve


and fittings, rotate counterclockwise enough

secure with lockwire (C-405).


C-405

Connect electrical harness plug to chip

Nm) and tighten gland nut hand tight and


Connect electrical connectors as follows:

-ti

000

detector. Secure with lockwire (C-405)


C-405

OT'

0)O

5'(D

d. Align valve assembly. Connect starter


seal drain tube (9 and 10), fuel control seal
drain tubes (11 and 12), and drain hose (16)

.-.

a. Starter-generator cable plug (18) at


receptacle on cabin roof.

Qom'

7.

for access to electrical chip detector.


0

(nom

b. Thread drain valve into boss on front of


accessory gearbox.

L>,

c. Tube located at lower right corner of aft


fireshield.

to tee and cross fittings.


Idle stop solenoid (13).

e. Hold valve assembly to prevent


movement, while tightening jamnut on valve.

(D2

b.

WARNING

Inlet hose (17 or 18) at tube near cabin

b.

Governor bleed hose (15, figure


figure 71-9)
71-9

NUTS. DO NOT TOUCH EXCITER

at tube below accessory gearbox.

Ignition leads to two top connections on

ignition exciter (11) and engine electrical


connector to bottom connection.

O,_

10. Connect power lever fuel control link


(19) to lever on manual fuel control. Rig

d. Governor RPM actuator (5).

power lever controls (Chapter


Chapter 76).
76

e. Bleed air valve (7).

-ti

omo-

g. Interturbine thermocouple leads to


lower left connectors of T5 limiter, located on
outboard side of combining gearbox. Arrange
wires and secure in clamps.
,.+

mom

a)0

corner of aft fireshield and install clamps.


Connect to top connection on limiter.
0

C-0

Install oil drain valve and fittings on front

of accessory gearbox.

a. Ensure jamnut and a new packing are


installed on oil drain valve (5 and 6, figure
figure 7171-

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complete engine except parts were removed


on one side only.
71-18. COMBINING (REDUCTION)
GEARBOX.

The combining gearbox may be replaced


without removing the engine by accomplishing
the following procedures:
a)010

h. Arrange wire attached to lower right

paragraph

(ac

Engine harness plug (6) to receptacle

13).
13

steps 10.
10. through
through 17
Perform steps
17.,
paragraph 71-14,
as in installation of
71-14

11.

on deck.

8.

d. Fuel manifold drain hose (9) at fitting


(10).
((DD

BARE HANDS.

f.

(Nn

c. Combustion chamber drain hose (8) at


tee fitting on engine deck.

CABLE COUPLING NUTS WITH

171

F->Qin

OUTPUT CONNECTORS OR

0-0

a.
roof.

m00 002

RESIDUAL VOLTAGE IN IGNITION


EXCITER MAY BE DANGEROUSLY
HIGH. USE INSULATED TOOLS

TO INSTALL CABLE COUPLING

c.

Connect engine fuel lines as follows:

9.

BHT-212-MM

3.

Remove exhaust ejectors with upper aft


(CD

Removal.

^L`

71-19.

firewall sections as an assembly as follows:


SPECIAL TOOLS REQUIRED

,..0

(n)

figure 71-6)
71-6
a. Disconnect drain tube (5, figure
from fitting on lower outboard side of ejectors

NOMENCLATURE

(1).

SWE 13833

Sling

b. Remove bolts to detach outer ends of


two ejector links (2) from brackets on oil

Hoist

.-

cooler support at lower and outboard sides of


ejectors.

Holding wrench

T101588

N)Bm

cowling (2) (paragraph


71-22).
paragraph 71-22

Open left and right engine top cowling

(mom

wrench (Chapter
63).
Chapter 63

5. Remove screws to detach upper


centerline firewall from lower section and mid
'_':

(n_

-00
O'-

Disconnect starter-generator cooling


Remove left and right engine top

cowling (3) with engine upper cowlings


attached.

Remove combining gearbox side

cowling (5).

Remove centerline firewall (trough).

6.

and combining gearbox.


7. Disconnect governor rpm actuator from
jackshaft.
8.

Disconnect flexible boots from oil cooler

blowers.

9.

Open oil cooler air scoops.

Drain oil from each accessory gearbox


3.O

e.

ducts.

Disconnect oil cooler blowers from

combining gearbox and slide blowers into oil


-00

g.

Remove main driveshaft, and main

driveshaft adapter using T101588 holding

figure 71-7).
71-7
firewall and induction baffle (figure

d. Remove engine lower cowling (6)


(paragraph
71-27).
paragraph 71-27

f.

4.

+,3-0-

c.
(3).

d. Remove ejectors with attached firewall


section.

.-.

Remove left and right engine air inlet

b.

_M.

a. Open forward transmission cowling (1,


figure 71-4).
71-4
figure

(CS

+.,

upper section to centerline firewall (8).

Open and remove cowling.

2.

^L,

battery.

c. Remove screws and stiffeners (7),


screws securing upper section (3) to lower
section (4) of firewall, and screws securing

CND

Turn all electrical switches off and


disconnect external power. Disconnect
1.

U.0:

T101581

0c0

NUMBER

3(D

O-0

a. Engine and combining gearbox cooler


line/hoses (2, 7, and 11, figure
figure 71-10)
71-10 at rear
side of gearbox, cap lines.

b. Oil cooler blower seal drain hoses (3


and 10) at deck, aft of combing gearbox, cap

lines.

.Q?

11.

T-+

Remove top frame of oil cooler support


above horizontal centerline of exhaust ejector.
k.

Disconnect oil lines as follows:

6-6

j. Remove top panel and right cowling (4)


with attached air scoop.

10.

(CS

-p+.

I. Disconnect anticollision light electrical


connector and detach combining gearbox oil
filler hose from top panel.

cooler areas.
0

h. Remove left reduction gearbox top


cowling (4), with attached air scoop.

Disconnect electrical harness (4 and 9)


((S

at receptacles on deck aft of combining

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BHT-212-MM

gearbox and fire detector connectors (6 and


8) at aft firewall.

Installation.

71-20.

SPECIAL TOOLS REQUIRED

Disconnect T5 limiters from combining


gearbox brackets and all clamp points.
12.

NOMENCLATURE

cap lines.

SWE 13833

Engine sling

14. Disconnect accumulator air lines at aft


firewall, cap lines.

T101581

Hoist

T101588

Holding wrench

NUMBER

Disconnect P3 air lines at aft firewall,

13.

Disconnect main driveshaft seal drain

(J1

15.
line.

1.

16. Remove exhaust ducts, cover engine


opening.

Ensure combining gearbox is prepared for

installation.

NOTE

3X`4

Support both power sections at flange C

Transfer parts not provided with

630

(exhaust duct to gas generator case) with a

replacement gearbox from removed

^+0

small hydraulic jack or with a locally

gearbox.

fabricated sling (tested to 600 lbs.) (272.16


Kg) and suitable hoist.

Install new packings (prelubricated


with engine oil) on mating faces and
oil transfer tubes.

18. Attach SWE 13833 sling to combining


gearbox. Take up slack in sling cable without

strain.

.................
'CAUTION'

NOTE

Use suitable maintenance hoist with


minimum lift clearance of 8 ft. (2.44

U)0

LIFTING CAPACITY OF HOIST


SHALL BE 2,000 LBS. (908 KG) OR

m).

GREATER.

19. Remove nuts and washers securing


combining gearbox to each power section.
20.

3(a

fl.

Apply enough lift on gearbox sling to


remove tripod and bipod mount bolts with

ease, remove bolts.

2. Use SWE 13833 engine sling and


T101581 or equivalent hoist to lift combining
gearbox from engine stand.

Move gearbox into position aft of power


Rotate power turbines by hand
(through exhaust duct) to align splines on
3.

sections.

21. Slide combining gearbox aft

.-+

17.

approximately 1.0 to 1.5 in. (25.4 to 38.1 mm)

engine coupling shaft with combining gearbox


input shaft splines until engine and combining

with gearbox.

gearbox flanges meet.

Install combining gearbox on engine


stand.

continue to rotate power turbines by hand


until flanges are completely mated.

to clear engine. Raise hoist to clear airframe


22.

4.

Ensure transfer tubes are properly aligned


in combining gearbox and transfer tubes mate
5.

3(n

.,,

`))

Transfer any parts not provided on


replacement gearbox from removed
gearbox.

40C

Align bearing in forks of tripod and bipod

mounts.

NOTE

71-00-00
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To avoid possible

damage to coupling and input shaft splines,

BHT-212-MM

fi rewal I.
0

TOGETHER. DO NOT PULL UNITS

14.

MATING NUTS.

15. Reconnect all lines and clamps removed


to install support jacks.

TOGETHER BY TORQUING
Secure each power section to gearbox
with 23 nuts and washers. Torque nuts 65 to
85 in.lbs. (7.34 to 9.60 Nm).
E:..

6.

Install tripod and bipod mount bolts from

outboard with thin washers under nuts.


(<D

Torque nuts 450 to 550 in.lbs. (50.84 to 62.14


Nm). Remove sling and support jacks from
Connect engine and gearbox cooler lines.

9. Connect P3 and accumulator air lines on

both power sections.

18.
4
4).

Preoil combining gearbox (paragraph


71paragraph 71-

19.

Install main driveshaft (Chapter


63).
Chapter 63

20.

Install T5 limiter and harnesses.

21. Verify torque pressure transmitter


adjustment (Chapter
76).
Chapter 76

,..

.fl

(D3

10. Connect electrical harnesses at


receptacles on engine deck aft of combining
gearbox.

Connect main driveshaft seal drain lines.

17. Install main driveshaft adapter (Chapter


Chapter
63).
63

..L

flange C.

16.

Install boots on oil cooler blowers.


0

0)0

HAND PUSHING UNITS

ENSURE A GOOD CLOSE FIT BY

Install oil cooler blowers to combining


gearbox.
13.

8.

12. Connect governor rpm actuator to


jackshafts.

' CAUTION .

7.

Connect fire detector connections at aft


0

11.

engine.

.fl

with pressure and scavenge oil tubes on

22.

Install all cowlings.

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BHT-212-MM-9

COWLING
71-21. COWLING

a. Open lower and upper engine cowling (9 and


10, Figure 71-14).

Cowling is utilized to protect and provide easy access


to engine, combining gearbox, air intake, exhaust
ejectors, and top of transmission.
The forward section of transmission cowling (1,
Figure 71-14) is secured by two latches and two hinge
assemblies. The engine air inlet cowlings (2) are
secured by a latch and screws. The lower engine
cowling (9) is secured by two latches and a brace
assembly that serves as a hinge. The upper engine
cowling (10) is secured by two latches and hinges.
The upper engine cowling is held open by a brace.
The following cowlings are secured by screws: engine
top (3), combining gearbox (4), oil cooler (5), engine
oil cooler support (6), oil cooler air scoop (7), and
combining gearbox side cowling (8). The combining
gearbox side cowling has an inspection door in the
front half.
71-22.

FORWARD TRANSMISSION AND ENGINE


AIR INLET COWLING

71-23.

Forward Transmission and Engine Air


Inlet Cowling Removal

1. Remove forward transmission


Figure 71-15) as follows:
a. Press
cowling.

latch

(2)

and

cowling

(1,

open transmission

b. Connect hold open brace (7) to fitting.


c. Remove bolts (4) from hinge (6) and hinge
fitting (5).
d. Disconnect hold open brace (7) and remove
transmission cowling (1).
2. Remove the left-hand or right-hand engine air
inlet cowling (1, Figure 71-16) as follows:

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b. Remove bolts (7, Figure 71-16) and washers


(8) from the forward duct (6) and forward transition
duct (3).

CAUTION
DO NOT CONTACT THE COLLECTIVE
EXTENSION TUBE WHEN REMOVING
OR INSTALLING THE TRANSMISSION
C O W L I NG A ND E N G I NE A I R IN L E T
COWLINGS. OTHERWISE, DAMAGE
CA N O CCU R TO T HE COL LE C TI VE
EXTENSION TUBE.
c. Press cowling latch (10), and lift forward end
of engine air inlet cowling (1) to clear dowel pin (12).
Pull forward and remove cowling.
71-24.

Forward Transmission and Engine Air


Inlet Cowling Inspection and Repair

NOTE
The following inspection and repair criteria
are also applicable to all other cowlings
called out in this section.
1. Inspect hinges, latches, and fittings for wear,
damage, and serviceability.
2. Inspect seals for proper fit against mating
surfaces as well as for cracks, tears, deterioration, and
security of bonding.
3. Replace latches,
unserviceable.

fittings,

and

seals

if

4. Inspect cowling, duct, firewall, and fairing for


dents, cracks, and damage. Repair using maintenance
practices in accordance with FAA Publication AC
43.13.1B, Aircraft Inspection and Repair Manual.
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212_MM_71_0014

Figure 71-14. Transmission and Engine Cowling


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6
4

1
7
8
5
9
4
12

11
10

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

Engine air inlet cowling


Dowel pin
Forward transition duct
Bolt
Washer
Forward duct
Bolt
Washer
Dowel pin
Cowling latch
Cowling latch fitting
Dowel pin

212_MM_71_0016

Figure 71-16. Engine Air Inlet Cowling


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71-24A. Engine Air
Inspection

Inlet

Cowlings

Gap

NOTE
This inspection will determine if gaps exist
between the lower surface of the engine air
inlet cowlings (2, Figure 71-14) and the
associated mating surfaces of the
horizontal
engine
firewall
(2,
Figure 71-16A).
1. Remove the forward transmission cowling (1,
Figure 71-14) (paragraph 71-23).
2. Open the upper and lower engine cowlings (10
and 9) on the left-hand and right-hand sides of the
helicopter.

NOTE
Although a depiction of the engine air inlet
cowlings with adjustable seals installed is
shown in Figure 71-16B, this figure is also
provided to identify the areas to be
inspected on engine air inlet cowlings
without adjustable seals. Regardless of the
seal configuration of the engine air inlet
cowlings, inspect for gaps in the areas
identified by adjustable seals (2, 3, and 4).
3. Using a bright light and a mirror, inspect for gaps
between the lower seal surfaces of the left-hand and
right-hand engine air inlet cowlings (1) and the
associated mating surfaces of the horizontal engine
firewall (2, Figure 71-16A). Regardless of the seal
configuration of the engine air inlet cowlings, inspect
for gaps in the areas identified by adjustable seals (2,
3, and 4, Figure 71-16B).

71-23) and inspect the horizontal engine firewall (2,


Figure 71-16A) as follows:
a. Using a straight edge, inspect the forward
portion of the horizontal engine firewall (2) on the
left-hand and right-hand sides at W.L. 80.0 and
F.S. 154.46 between B.L. 4.0 and B.L. 14.31 along the
retainer (1). The surface of the retainer must be flat to
within 0.063 inch (1.6 mm) over 10.0 inches (254 mm).
b. If the retainer (1) of the horizontal engine
firewall (2) is not flat, investigate and repair to obtain
the required flatness of 0.063 inch (1.6 mm) over 10.0
inches (254 mm). If required, contact Product Support
Engineering for an approved repair.
c. If the retainer (1) of the horizontal engine
firewall (2) was repaired to obtain the required flatness
of 0.063 inch (1.6 mm) over 10.0 inches (254 mm),
install the left-hand and right-hand engine air inlet
cowlings (2, Figure 71-14) (paragraph 71-25) and
inspect for gaps (step 3).
d. If a gap exists, carry out Part II of
ASB 212-10-137 or adjust/replace the engine air inlet
cowling adjustable seals (2, 3, and 4, Figure 71-16B)
(Post BHT-212-SI-96), as applicable (paragraph
71-25B and paragraph 71-25A).
71-25.

Forward Transmission and Engine Air


Inlet Cowling Installation

1. Install the left-hand and right-hand engine air inlet


cowling (1, Figure 71-16) as follows:

CAUTION

a. Close the upper and lower engine cowlings


(10 and 9, Figure 71-14) on the left-hand and
right-hand sides of the helicopter.

DO NOT CONTACT THE COLLECTIVE


EXTENSION TUBE WHEN REMOVING
OR INSTALLING THE TRANSMISSION
COWLING AND ENGINE AIR INLET
COWLINGS. OTHERWISE, DAMAGE CAN
OCCUR TO THE COLLECTIVE
EXTENSION TUBE.

b. Install the forward transmission cowling (1)


(paragraph 71-25).

a. Place cowling into position with forward end


raised to clear dowel pin (12).

5. If a gap exists, remove the left-hand and


right-hand engine air inlet cowlings (2) (paragraph

b. Align and engage dowel pins (2 and 9), and


lower onto dowel pin (12).

4.

If a gap does not exist, proceed as follows;

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A
MEASURE FOR GAP
ALONG THIS SURFACE
VIEW B
LBL 14.31
WL 80.0
1

B
LBL 4.0
WL 80.0
RBL 4.0
WL 80.0
1

RBL 14.31
WL 80.0

FS 154.46
WL 80.0

FS 160.80
WL 80.0

1
2

212 MODEL
S/N 30501 THROUGH 30999,
31101 THROUGH 31311,
32101 THROUGH 32143,
35001 THROUGH 35040,
35046 THROUGH 35051 AND 35102

VIEW

212 MODEL
35041 THROUGH 35045, 35052 THROUGH 35101,
AND 35103

1. Retainer
2. Horizontal engine firewall
NO OBJECT BEYOND THIS POINT

212_MM_71_0064

Figure 71-16A. Horizontal Engine Firewall Straightness Check


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A
1

7
5

5
5
3

VIEW A 1
6
2

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Engine air inlet cowling


Adjustable seal
Adjustable seal
Adjustable seal
Screw
Fixed seal
Nutplate channel

ADHESIVE (C-314)
5
5

3
VIEW A
(ALTERNATE)

NOTE

2
1

Applicable when adjustable seals have been installed on the


engine aiar inlet cowling (Post BHT-212-SI-96).
212_MM_71_0017

Figure 71-16B. Engine Air Inlet Cowlings Adjustable Seals

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c. Install bolts (7) and washers (8) to attach the
forward transition duct (3) to the forward duct (6).
d. Hook cowling latch (10) to cowling latch fitting
(11).
2. Install forward transmission
Figure 71-15) as follows:

cowling

(1,

4. Slide out the adjustable seals (2, 3, and 4) as


applicable.
5. Slide in the new adjustable seals (2, 3, and 4), as
applicable, and tighten screw (5).
6. Perform the adjustment of the adjustable seals
(paragraph 71-25B).

a. Position cowling in hinge fitting (5).


b. Engage hold open brace (7) to fitting.

71-25B. Engine Air Inlet Cowlings Adjustable


Seal Adjustment

NOTE
Hinge shall work freely. Do not over torque
hinge bolts.
c. Align bolt hole in hinge (6) and hinge fitting (5)
and install bolts (4).
d. Disengage and stow hold open brace (7).
Close cowling.
e. Close upper and lower engine cowling (9 and
10, Figure 71-14).
71-25A. Engine Air Inlet Cowlings Adjustable
Seal Replacement
NOTE
The following procedure is only applicable
when adjustable seals have been installed
on the engine air inlet cowling
(Post BHT-212-SI-96).
1. Remove the left or right engine air inlet cowlings
as applicable (paragraph 71-23).

MATERIALS REQUIRED
Refer to BHT-ALL-SPM for specifications.
NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

C-314

Adhesive

NOTE
The following procedure is only applicable
when adjustable seals have been installed
on the engine air inlet cowling
(Post BHT-212-SI-96).
1. Remove the left-hand or right-hand engine air
inlet cowlings as applicable (paragraph 71-23).
2. Cut and remove the adhesive from the ends of
the adjustable seals (2, 3, and 4, Figure 71-16B) as
applicable.

2. Cut and remove the adhesive from the ends of


the adjustable seals (2, 3, and 4, Figure 71-16B), as
applicable.

3. Loosen the screws (5) until the adjustable seals


(2, 3, and 4) can move with finger pressure, but not too
loose that they can slide off the engine air inlet
cowling (1).

3. Loosen the screws (5) until the adjustable seals


(2, 3, and 4) become loose.

4. Extend out the adjustable seals (2, 3, and 4) prior


to installing the engine air inlet cowling (1).

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5. Carefully install the engine air inlet cowling (1)
(paragraph 71-25).
6. Tighten the screws (5) to secure the adjustable
seals (2, 3, and 4), as applicable.

71-26.

ENGINE COWLING

71-27.

Engine Cowling Removal

1. Remove engine lower cowling (9, Figure 71-14)


as follows:

7. Use an inspection mirror to check for gaps under


the adjustable seals (2, 3, and 4), as applicable.

a. Disengage latches and open cowling (1,


Figure 71-17).

8. If a gap is still visible under the adjustable seals


(2, 3, and 4), remove the engine air inlet cowling (1).
Repeat step 3 to step 6.

b. Pull quick release pin (8) from brace (6) and


hinge fitting. Remove cowling.

9. When the N1 throttle linkages are actuated they


cause a distortion of the mating surfaces of the
adjustable seals, which can cause a gap under the
adjustable seals.
a. During the following verification, locate a small
wooden block between the shoulder of the idle stop
plunger and flange of the idle stop solenoid mounting
bracket to assist in holding the idle stop plunger in the
retract position (Chapter 76).
b. Cycle the applicable throttle through its entire
range of motion several times and observe if a gap
becomes visible under the adjustable seals (2, 3,
and 4), as applicable.

2. Remove engine top cowling (3, Figure 71-14) and


upper cowling (10) as follows:
a. Disengage
cowling (10).
b. Remove
cowling (3).

latches
screws

on

engine

securing

upper

engine

top

c. Remove engine top cowling (3) and engine


upper cowling (10) together.
71-28.

Engine Cowling Inspection and Repair

Refer to paragraph 71-24 for inspection and repair.


71-29.

Engine Cowling Installation

c. If a gap becomes visible, remove the engine


air inlet cowling (1). Repeat step 3 to step 6. Reinstall
the engine air inlet cowling and cycle the throttle again
to check for gaps. Repeat as required.

1. Install cowling (3 and 10, Figure 71-14) as


follows:

d. Remove the small wooden block from the idle


stop solenoid mounting bracket.

b. Align screw holes and install screws in top


cowling (3), engage latches on cowling (10).

10. Remove the


(paragraph 71-24).

2.

engine

air

inlet

cowling

(1)

a. Position cowling on helicopter.

Install cowling (9, Figure 71-14) as follows:


a. Position cowling on helicopter.

NOTE
Make sure the adjustable seals (2, 3,
and 4) and fixed seals (6) make a smooth
transition from one seal to the next.

b. Align brace (6, Figure 71-17) to hinge fitting


and install quick release pin (8).
c. Close cowling.

11. Apply adhesive (C-314) at the intersection of the


adjustable seals (2, 3, and 4) and fixed seals (6) to
bond the ends together (BHT-ALL-SPM, Chapter 7).

71-30.

REDUCTION GEARBOX COWLING

71-31.

Reduction Gearbox Cowling Removal

12. Install the left-hand and right-hand engine air inlet


cowlings and transmission fairing (paragraph 71-25).

1. Remove screws around combining gearbox side


cowling (8, Figure 71-14). Remove cowling.

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2.
3.

Cowl Assembly, Engine Lower


Latch
Bolt

4. Washer

10. Spacer
11. Bolt
12. Washer
13.

Cotter Pin
'fl

1.

5.

Striker

14. Nut

6.

Brace

7.

Chain

15. Washer
16. Rod End
17. Washers (7)

8. Quick Release Pin

9. Spacer

118.

DZUS Fastener
212-M-71-17

Figure 71-17. Lower engine cowling

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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Oil cooler airscoop cowling


Hinge fitting
Screw
Washer
Nut
Hinge fitting
Latch

8.

Latch

9.

Latch

1.

212-M-71-1$

Figure 71-18.

Oil cooler air scoop cowling

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2. Remove screws around reduction gearbox top


cowling (4). Remove cowling.

71-34.

OIL COOLER AIRSCOOP COWLING

71-35.

Oil Cooler Airscoop Cowling Removal

3. Remove four screws from oil filler adapter.


Disconnect rotating light and radio antenna, if
installed.

1. Remove oil cooler airscoop cowling (7,


Figure 71-14). Disengage latches (7, 8, and 9,
Figure 71-18). Install hold open strut.

4. Remove screws from end of center top cowling,


remove cowling.

2. Remove nut (5), screw (3), and washers (4) from


hinge fitting (2 and 6). Disengage hold open strut and
remove cowling (1).

71-32.

71-36.

Reduction Gearbox Cowling Inspection


and Repair

Refer to paragraph 71-24 for inspection and repair.

Refer to paragraph 71-24 for inspection and repair.

71-37.
71-33.

Reduction
Installation

Gearbox

Cowling

Oil Cooler Airscoop Cowling Inspection


and Repair

1.

1. Position center top cowling on helicopter and


install four screws in ends of cowling.
2. Connect rotating light and radio antenna, if
installed.
3. Install four screws in center top cowling and oil
filler adapter.
4. Position combining gearbox top cowling (4,
Figure 71-14) on helicopter. Align screw holes and
install and tighten screws.

Oil
Cooler
Installation

Airscoop

Cowling

Install oil cooler airscoop cowling as follows:

a. Position oil cooler airscoop cowling (1,


Figure 71-18) on helicopter and install hold open strut.
b. Install three AN960JD10L washers (4) each
side of hinge (2 and 6) to equalize gap at fore and aft
ends of oil cooler airscoop cowling (1).
c. Install screw (3), washers (4), and nuts (5).
Tighten nuts.
d. Disengage strut, and close oil cooler airscoop
cowling (1).
e. Check gap between cowling ends.

5. Position combining gearbox side cowling (8) on


helicopter. Align screw holes and install and tighten
screws.

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ENGINE MOUNTS
71-38.

ENGINE MOUNTS.

6.

Remove bolt (22).

Separate tube (19)

from fitting (20).


7.

Remove bolt and separate tube (19) from

OC_

power section is supported by vertical steel

(3D

The accessory gearbox on front of each

fitting (16) in same manner outlined in

attached to a fitting on accessory gearbox.

8.

(on

tubes interconnected through bellcrank fittings

figure 71-19
to a horizontal steel tube (figure
71-19). The
bearing rod end at top of each vertical tube is
(3D

The other end is attached to a bellcrank

Remove bolt (39). Remove bellcrank (15)


and bushing (24) from fitting (16).

D_.

'_'

fitting, which is pivoted in deck fitting with


movement resticted by a bellcrank stop. The
combining gearbox on aft end of engine is

preceding step.

Q-0

supported by a tripod mount on left side and a


,0.,.

bipod mount on right side. The tripod and


bipod have steel tube legs with bearing rod
ends which attach to fittings on engine deck.
The other end has a fitting which attaches to

Remove opposite bellcrank from fitting


(20) in same manner outlined in preceding
-

9.

step.

Inspection and repair.

.-t

71-41.

(D-

m(

bearing fittings on reduction gearbox.

CAUTION
.................

(fl

Laminated shims under engine deck fittings


are used to align engine to transmission.

IF RECORDS OR PHYSICAL
APPEARANCE INDICATE ENGINE
MOUNT HAS BEEN INVOLVED IN

AN ACCIDENT OR INCIDENT,
CHAPTER 55 FOR
REFER TO CHAPTER
CONDITIONAL INSPECTION

Removal.

ZOO

71-40.

.Z<
m

71-39. FORWARD MOUNT.

REQUIREMENTS.

.................

CAUTION'

For inspection and repair procedures, refer to


Ooh

BHT212- CR&O
BHT-212-CR&O.

LIFTING CAPACITY OF HOIST


o

SHALL BE 2,000 LBS. (908 KG) OR


GREATER.

71-42.

1.

Installation.

figure 71-20)
71-20
Install bushing (24, figure
in

and engine sling.

2.

(OD

bellcrank (15).

If engine mount is to be removed while


engine is installed, support engine with hoist
1.

Remove bolt (5, figure


figure 71-20).
71-20
bolt (18) and remove tube (11).

Remove

(27).

CCD

2.

Install bellcrank (15) with bolt (39),

washers (40 and 25), nut (26), and cotter pin

same manner

3.
4.

4. Remove bolts (36 and 37). Remove stop


(34).

5.

2 above to install
Repeat steps
steps 1.1. and
and 2.

opposite bellcrank.
Install tube (19) between bellcranks with

QUO

.Ma)

3. Remove tube (23) in


outlined in preceding step.

bolt (22), washers (21 and 4), nut (3), and


cotter pin (2).

Remove stop from fitting (20) in same

manner outlined in preceding step.


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12.
13.

Engine mount bearing


Engine mount bearing
Engine mount fitting
Engine mount fitting
Engine mount bipod
Deck fitting
Engine mount tripod

Deck fitting

o?

1.

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

Tube (vertical)

Deck fitting
Tube (horizontal)

Deck fitting
Tube (vertical)
212-M-71-19

Figure 71-19.

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BHT-212-MM

SEE DETAIL A

21. Washer (AN960C416L)

3. Nut

22. Bolt
23. Vertical tube

Engine mounting fitting


2. Cotter pin
4. Washer (AN960C416L)

5. Bolt
6. Thin steel washer
7. Engine mount fitting
8. Thin steel washer

M-4

9. Nut
10. Cotter pin
11. Vertical tube
12. Cotter pin
13. Nut
14. Washer (AN960C416L)
15. Bellcrank fitting
16. Forward deck fitting
17. Washer (AN960C416L)
18. Bolt
19. Horizontal tube
20. Forward deck fitting

DETAIL A

.............

1.

24. Bellcrank bushing


25. Washer (AN960C416L)

26. Nut
27. Cotter pin
28. Nut
29. Cotter pin
30. Washer (AN960C416L)
31. Cotter pin

32. Nut
33. Washer
34. Bellcrank stop
35. Washer (AN960C416L)

36. Bolt
37. Bolt
38. Washer (AN960C416L)

39. Bolt
40. Washer (AN960C416L)
212-M-71-20

Figure 71-20.

Forward mount tube

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Install stop (34) in fitting (16) with bolts


(36 and 37), washers (35, 33, 38, and 30),

5.

000<

MOUNT HAS BEEN INVOLVED IN

Install stop in fitting (20) in same manner


outlined in previous step.

REQUIREMENTS.

6.

00Z

nuts (28 and 32), and cotter pins (29 and 31).

AN ACCIDENT OR INCIDENT,
CHAPTER 55 FOR
REFER TO CHAPTER
CONDITIONAL INSPECTION
For inspection and repair procedures, refer to

7.

Attach tube (11) to bellcrank (15) with bolt

:a)

(18), washers (14 and 17), nut (13), and

secure with cotter pin.

71-46.

Installation.

cow

((DD

cum

Install tube (23) in same manner as in

Ear)

8.

BHT-212-CR&O.
BHT212- CR&O

MATERIALS REQUIRED

preceding step.

Attach tube (11) to engine mount fitting


(1) with bolt (5), washers (6 and 8), nut (9),

NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

and cotter pin.

C-405
C-405

Lockwi re

coy

9.

10. Install tube (23) in


outlined in previous step.

same manner as

(ac

''

NOTE

Fittings (1 and 7, figure


figure 71-21)
71-21 are

71-43. FORWARD MOUNT FITTINGS.


Removal.

.................

//)

I CAUTION
0

LIFTING CAPACITY OF HOIST


SHALL BE 2,000 LBS. (908 KG) OR
GREATER.
(3D

If engine mount is to be removed while


engine is installed, support engine with hoist
1.

Install fitting (7) with three bolts (10) and


washers (9). Torque bolts 275 to 300 in.lbs.
1.

or'

71-44.

not interchangeable.

(31.1 to 33.9 Nm).


2. Secure bolts together with lockwire (CC405).
405

Install fitting (1) in same manner outlined


in preceding steps.
3.

paragraph 71-42
71-42
Install tubes (2 and 6) (paragraph
steps 9. and 10.).

4.

and engine sling.


2.

Remove tubes (2 and 6, figure


figure 71-21).
71-21

3.

Remove bolts (10). Remove fitting (7).

71-47. FORWARD MOUNT DECK


FITTINGS.
.................

CAUTION

4. Remove fitting (1) in same manner


outlined in previous step.

............... ..

LIFTING CAPACITY OF HOIST


71-45.

SHALL BE 2,000 LBS. (908 KG) OR

Inspection and repair.


CAUTION

GREATER.

If forward mount deck fitting is to be

1.

removed while engine is installed, support


(Q_

IF RECORDS OR PHYSICAL
APPEARANCE INDICATE ENGINE
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engine with hoist and engine sling.

BHT-212-MM

R.

9.
10.

DETAIL A

212-M-71-21

FIGURE
WHEN FITTINGS (2 OR 4, FIGURE

Q~J

SHIM (7) OR SIMILAR SHIM

UNDER FITTING (2), FOR

REINSTALLATION IN SAME
LOCATION. IF SHIM IS NOT

in same location.

Remove fitting (2) and index shim in

4.

same manner as outlined in preceding steps.


E

71- 22 ARE REMOVED, INDEX


71-22)

Remove four screws (6). Remove fitting


(4) and shim (7). Index shim for reinstallation
3.

-5(D

.......

Forward engine mount fitting

,.C

:C'

Figure 71-21.

CAUTION

Tube (vertical)
Engine mount fitting
Engine accessory gearbox
Washer (AN960C616)
Bolt (three places)

6.
7.

3'

mom

2.
3.
4.
5.

Engine mount fitting


Tube (vertical)
Engine mount forward deck fitting
Tube (horizontal)
Engine mount forward deck fitting

1.

71-48.

Inspection and repair.

REINSTALLED IN SAME
LOCATION, ENGINE TO

CAUTION

TRANSMISSION ALIGNMENT MAY

BE AFFECTED. IF SHIMS ARE

IF RECORDS OR PHYSICAL

GRAPH 71GRAPH
71-77).

AN ACCIDENT OR INCIDENT,
CHAPTER 55 FOR
REFER TO CHAPTER
CONDITIONAL INSPECTION

TRANSMISSION ALIGNMENT
CHECK IS REQUIRED (PARAPARANOTE
"1l

Fittings (2 or 4) should be removed

only if required for engine to

transmission alignment or to replace

nom

LOST OR DAMAGED, ENGINE TO

APPEARANCE INDICATE ENGINE


MOUNT HAS BEEN INVOLVED IN

REQUIREMENTS.

For inspection and repair procedures, refer to

BHT-212-CR&O.
BHT212- CR&O

a damaged fitting.
2.

figure 71-22).
71-22
Remove tubes (1, 3, and 5, figure

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1.

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Tube (vertical)
Engine mount forward deck fitting
Tube (horizontal)
Engine mount forward deck fitting
Tube (vertical)
Screw
Shim

212-M-71-22

Figure 71-22.
71-49.

Forward mount deck fitting

Installation.

3.

Install tubes (1, 3, and 5).

71-50. AFT LEFT MOUNT TRIPOD.

' CAUTION '

71-51.

Removal.

FIGURE 71-22)
71-22
SHIM (7, FIGURE
AND

SIMILAR SHIM UNDER FITTING (2)

CAUTION

SHOULD HAVE BEEN INDEXED


FOR REINSTALLATION IN SAME

.................

LOCATION WHEN REMOVED. THE

2-n

LIFTING CAPACITY OF HOIST

=a0

SAME SHIMS REMOVED (OR


SHIMS OF IDENTICAL THICKNESS) SHALL BE INSTALLED.

SHALL BE 2,000 LBS (908 KG) OR


GREATER.

IF

SHIMS HAVE BEEN LOST,


ENGINE TO TRANSMISSION

1. If engine mount tripod is to be removed


while engine is installed, support engine with
hoist and engine sling.

ALIGNMENT CHECK (PARAGRAPH


PARAGRAPH
71-7
71-7).

2.

Remove bolt (2, figure


figure 71-23).
71-23

3.

Remove bolts (4, 9, and 18).

DAMAGED, OR MIXED, PERFORM

Install fitting (4, figure


figure 71-22)
71-22 and shim (7)
with screws (6).
1.

Install fitting (2) in same manner oulined


step 11.
in step
2.

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Inspection and repair.

71-52.

NOTE

Fittings (3, 10, and 16) should be

removed only if required to perform


engine to transmission alignment or
to replace a damaged fitting.

' CAUTION '

Ooh

71-53.

3.

Remove forward fitting (10) (detail B).

4.

Remove aft fitting (16) (detail C).


E

For inspection and repair procedures, refer to

BHT212- CR&O
BHT-212-C
R&O.

Remove inboard fitting (3, figure


figure 71-24)
71-24

(detail A).

71-55.

Installation.

figure 71-23)
71-23 with bolt
Install tripod (3, figure

3_0

0)N

.................

Oa)

1.

'CAUTION'

(9), washer (11), nut (12) and cotter pin (13).

Install bolt (4), washer (6), nut (7), and


0

(gyp

IF RECORDS OR PHYSICAL

cc:

2.
.-F

cotter pin (8).

APPEARANCE INDICATE ENGINE


MOUNT HAS BEEN INVOLVED IN

Install bolt (18), washer (16), nut (15),

AN ACCIDENT OR INCIDENT,
REFER TO CHAPTER
CHAPTER
55 FOR
CONDITIONAL INSPECTION

and cotter pin (14).

Install bolt (2) through tripod mount (3)


and engine mount bearing (1). Install washer
(19), nut (20), and cotter pin (21).
4.

FITTINGS.

REQUIREMENTS.

For inspection and repair procedures, refer to


c

71-54. AFT LEFT MOUNT TRIPOD DECK

BHT-212-CR&O.
BHT212- CR&O

Z'.

'.c'.

71-56.

' CAUTION'

Installation.

;z;

.................

'CAUTION'

WHEN FITTINGS (3, 10, AND 16,


ARE REMOVED,
INDEX SHIMS (4, 5, 11, 17, AND

SHIMS (4, 5, 11, 17, AND 18,


1..

FIGURE
FIGURE 71-24
71-24)

FIGURE 71-24
71-24)
FIGURE

SHALL BE SAME
SHIMS REMOVED OR SHIMS OF
IDENTICAL THICKNESS. IF SHIMS

m"=

D0m00Dp0

3.

Inspection and repair.

REQUIREMENTS.

2.

engine mount tripod (paragraph


paragraph

--1

-DI

AN ACCIDENT OR INCIDENT,
REFER TO CHAPTER
CHAPTER
55 FOR
CONDITIONAL INSPECTION

1. Remove
71-51).
71-51
E

IF RECORDS OR PHYSICAL
APPEARANCE INDICATE ENGINE
MOUNT HAS BEEN INVOLVED IN

18) FOR REINSTALLATION IN

SAME LOCATION. IF SHIMS ARE

NOT REINSTALLED IN SAME

HAVE BEEN LOST, DAMAGED, OR


INTERMIXED, PERFORM ENGINE

TRANSMISSION ALIGNMENT MAY

TO TRANSMISSION ALIGNMENT

BE AFFECTED. IF SHIMS ARE


LOST, DAMAGED, OR INTERMIXED
E N G I N E TO
TRANSMISSION ALIGNMENT

LOCATION, ENGINE TO

CHECK (PARAGRAPH
71-7).
PARAGRAPH 71-7

Install inboard fitting (3, figure


figure 71-24)
71-24 and
shims 4 and 5) (detail A.
1.

CHECK IS REQUIRED.
(PARAGRAPH
71-27).
PARAGRAPH 71-27

OOH

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5.
6.

Aft deck fitting

3.
4.

ACV M14

Engine mount bearing


Bolt
Engine mount tripod
Bolt

1.
2.

7.

Thin steel washer


Nut

8.

Cotter pin

Bolt
10. Forward deck fitting
11. Thin steel washer
12. Nut
13. Cotter pin
14. Cotter pin
15. Nut
16. Thin steel washer
17. Inboard deck fitting
18. Bolt
19. Steel washer
9.

'y+

20. Nut
21. Cotter pin

212-M-71-23

Figure 71-23.

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Aft left mount tripod

B HT-212-M M

SEE DETAIL B

DETAIL A
INBOARD FITTING

DETAIL B
FORWARD FITTING

DETAIL C
AFT FITTING

NOTE: Use maximum of three steel washers under each nut to obtain proper thread
engagement.

X33

11. Deck fitting shim


12. Steel washer (see note)
13. Nut (2 places)
14. Bolt (2 places)
15. Steel washer (MS20002C6)
16. Aft deck fitting
17. Deck fitting shim
18. Deck fitting shim
19. Steel washer (see note)
20. Nut (2 places)

`moo

1. Bolt (3 places)
2. Steel washer (MS20002C4)
3. Inboard deck fitting
4. Deck fitting shim
5. Deck fitting shim
6. Steel washer (see note)
7. Nut (3 places)
8. Bolt (2 places)
9. Steel washer (MS20002C4)
10. Forward deck fitting

212-M-71-24

Figure 71-24.

Aft left mount tripod deck fitting

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Install forward fitting (10) and shim (11)

(detail B).

Install aft fitting (16) and shims (17 and

,.0

3.

1.

figure 71-25)
71-25
Install bearing (12, figure
with

bolts (14) and washer (13).

18) (detail (C).

2.

Torque bolts (14) 275 to 300 in.lbs. (31.1

to 33.9 Nm).

paragraph 71714. Install engine mount tripod (paragraph


53
53).

lockwire (C-405).
C-405

Secure bolts in pairs with


a0)

4.

71-57. AFT LEFT AND RIGHT ENGINE


MOUNT BEARINGS.

3. Install bearing (2) in same manner


outlined in previous steps (1 and 2).
Install engine mount tripod (paragraph
71paragraph 71-0'

2.

53
53).

5.

1. Remove engine mount tripod (paragraph


paragraph
71-51).
71-51
0

2. Remove engine mount bipod (paragraph


paragraph
71-62
71-62).

Install engine mount bipod (paragraph


71paragraph 71.Q+

Removal.

71-58.

64
64).

71-61. AFT RIGHT MOUNT BIPOD.


71-62.

3.

Remove bolts (4 and 14, figure


figure 71-25)
71-25

Removal.

with washers (3 and 13). Remove bearings (2

:-'

and 12).
71-59.

Inspection and repair.

LIFTING CAPACITY OF HOIST


SHALL BE 2,000 LBS. (908 KG) OR

.................

GREATER.

CAUTION

1. If engine mount bipod is to be removed


while engine is installed, support engine with
hoist and engine sling.

IF RECORDS OR PHYSICAL
APPEARANCE INDICATE ENGINE
MOUNT HAS BEEN INVOLVED IN

AN ACCIDENT OR INCIDENT,
CHAPTER 55 FOR
REFER TO CHAPTER
CONDITIONAL INSPECTION

2.

figure 71-26).
71-26
Remove bolt (16, figure

3.

Remove bolts (9 and 14).

4.

Remove bipod (15).

((D

For inspection and repair procedures, refer to


BHT-212-CR&O.
BHT212- CR&O

REQUIREMENTS.

71-60.

71-63.

Inspection and repair.

Installation.
MATERIALS REQUIRED

NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

C-405
C-405

Lockwire

CAUTION
................

IF RECORDS OR PHYSICAL
APPEARANCE INDICATE ENGINE
MOUNT HAS BEEN INVOLVED IN

AN ACCIDENT OR INCIDENT,
CHAPTER 5 5 FOR
REFER TO CHAPTER
CONDITIONAL INSPECTION
REQUIREMENTS.

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1.

Bolt
Aft engine mount bearing
Steel washer (4 places)
Bolt (4 places)

:o

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Steel washer (4 places)


Bolt (4 places)
Bolt
Enaine mount tripod
'O'

13.
14.
15.
16.

COs

Cotter pin
Nut
Steel washer
Engine mount bipod
Steel washer
10. Nut
11. Cotter pin
12. Aft engine mount bearing

Figure 71-25.

212-M-71-25

Aft left and right mount engine bearings

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For inspection and repair procedures, refer to

BHT-212-CR&O.
BHT212- CR&O

Remove forward fitting (3) (detail A).

3.

Remove aft fitting (9) (detail B).

Installation.

71-64.

71-66.

Install bipod (15, figure


figure 71-26).
71-26

Inspection and repair.

(LS

1.

2.

Install bolt (16), washer (2), nut (3), and


cotter pin (4).
2.

(-D

'CAUTION'

3.

Install bolt (9), washer (7), nut (6), and

IF RECORDS OR PHYSICAL

cotter pin (5).

Install bolt (14), washer (12), nut (11),

.-:

4.

APPEARANCE INDICATE ENGINE


MOUNT HAS BEEN INVOLVED IN

and cotter pin (10).

AN ACCIDENT OR INCIDENT,
REFER TO CHAPTER
CHAPTER 5 5 FOR
CONDITIONAL INSPECTION

71-65. AFT RIGHT MOUNT BIPOD DECK

REQUIREMENTS.

FITTINGS.

For inspection and repair procedures, refer to

BHT-212-CR&O.
BHT212- CR&O

CAUTION

71-67.

Installation.

WHEN FITTINGS (3 AND 9,


ARE REMOVED,

01m

FIGURE
27
FIGURE 7171-27)

CAUTION

INDEX SHIMS (4, 10, AND 11)

UNDER FITTINGS FOR

REINSTALLATION IN SAME

FIGURE 7171SHIMS (4, 10, AND 11, FIGURE

26
26)

SHALL BE THE SAME SHIMS


REMOVED, OR SHIMS OF EQUAL

Z]=K-z

REINSTALLED IN SAME
LOCATION, ENGINE TO

U)<

THICKNESS. IF SHIMS HAVE


BEEN LOST, DAMAGED, OR

TRANSMISSION ALIGNMENT MAY

BE AFFECTED.

IF SHIMS ARE

LOST, DAMAGED, OR INTERMIXED


ENGINE TO
TRANSMISSION ALIGNMENT
CHECK IS REQUIRED (PARAPARAGRAPH71-7
71-7).
GRAPH

(OD

a damaged fitting.
Remove engine mount bipod (paragraph
paragraph

Page 58

1.

Install forward deck fitting (3) and shim

Install aft fitting (9) and shims (10 and 11)

(detail (B).
3. Install engine mount bipod (paragraph
71paragraph 7164).
64
fl"

)E

only to perform engine to


transmission alignment or to replace

71-00-00

CHECK (PARAGRAPH
71-7).
PARAGRAPH 71-7

2.

Fittings (3 and 9) should be removed

1.

INTERMIXED, PERFORM ENGINE


TO TRANSMISSION ALIGNMENT

(4) (detail A).


NOTE

71-62).
71-62

=mom

IF SHIMS ARE NOT

w=()<

LOCATION.

BHT-212-MM

1.

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Engine mount bearing


Steel washer
Nut
Cotter pin
Cotter pin
Nut
Thin steel washer

Aft deck fitting

9.

10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

Bolt
Cotter pin
Nut
Thin steel washer
Forward deck fitting
Bolt
Engine mount bipod
Bolt
212-M-71-26

Figure 71-26.

Aft right mount bipod

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DETAI LA
FORWARD DECK
FITTING

DETAIL B
AFT DECK
FITTING

NOTE: Use maximum of three steel washers under each nut to obtain proper thread
engagement.
1.
2.

3.
4.
5.
6.

Bolt (2 places)
Steel washer (MS20002C4)
Forward deck fitting
Deck fitting shim
Steel washers (see NOTE)
Nut (2 places)

Figure 71-27.

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7.
8.
9.
10.

11.
12.
13.

Bolt (2 places)

Steel washer (MS20002C6)


Aft deck fitting
Deck fitting shim
Deck fitting shim
Steel washer (see NOTE)
Nut (2 places)

Aft right mount bipod deck fitting

212-M-71-27

B HT-212-M M

ENGINE ACCESSORIES
71-68.

ENGINE ACCESSORIES.

2.

Engine mounted accessories are the same for


both power sections. The accessories consist
of gas producer (1\11) and power turbine (N2)
tachometer generators, differential pressure
indicator, torque pressure transmitters, power
(0D

mm=

1+3

(C-*3

Disconnect electrical connector (6, figure


figure

71-29).
7129

section oil pressure switch and transmitter,

3. Remove nuts (5) and washers (4)


retaining generator (3). Remove generator.
4.

Check gasket (2). Remove and discard if

unserviceable.

-r+

power section oil temperature bulb, combining


71-71.

generators (9 and 12) are located on rear of

NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

C-012
C-012

Plastilube

The power turbine (N2) tachometer


aa)

Oil pressure switches

combining gearbox.

The temperature bulbs

Q:V1-p

Quo

each power section.

-..

(13, 15, and 16) are located on the rear of

(5 and 7) are located in the front of each

ova

power section, temperature bulb (14) is


located on lower center of combining gearbox.

Torque transmitters (10 and 11) are located in

MATERIALS REQUIRED

1.

2.

pressure transmitter (2) is located on top of


combining gearbox.

Install gasket (2, figure


if
figure 71-29),
71-29

removed.

3.

Install tachometer generator (3) on

mounting studs with electrical connector in


r0+

m>>

lower left front of each power section. One oil

Coat shaft of tachometer generator and

drive pad with plastilube (C-012).


C-012

center of combining gearbox. Two oil


pressure transmitters (4 and 6) are located in

Installation.

.n+

0.>3

"Q-

gearbox oil pressure switch and transmitter,


combining gearbox oil temperature bulb, and
starter-generator. The gas producer (N1)
figure 71-28)
71-28
tachometer generators (1 and 3, figure
are located in front of each power section.

position shown.

Install washers (4) and nuts (5). Torque


nuts 50 to 70 in.lbs. (5.65 to 7.91 Nm).
4.

TACHOMETER GENERATOR.

Oh"

00.

A gas producer tachometer (1 and 3, figure


figure
71-28)
7128 is mounted on the front of each power
section accessory gearbox. The generators
are connected by electrical harness to the

5. Connect electrical connector (6) to


tachometer generator. Close engine cowling.

"(D

>_I

(70)

71-69. GAS PRODUCER (N1)

6.

Perform functional check of affected

indicating system.

respective gas producer (GAS PROD)


indicator on the instrument panel.

71-72. POWER TURBINE (N2)


TACHOMETER GENERATOR.

NOTE

Two power turbine tachometer generators (9

tachometer generators.

generators are electrically connected to the

same for both gas producer

(i)0

and 12, figure


figure 71-28)
71-28 are installed on the rear
of the engine combining gearbox. The

.Ca)

Maintenance procedures are the

triple tachometer on the instrument panel.


71-70.
1.

Removal.

Open and secure engine cowling.


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I / `1

Tachometer generator right power section (N 1)


Transmitter, gearbox oil pressure
Tachometer generator left power section (N 1)
Oil pressure transmitter left power section
Temperature bulb left power section
Oil pressure transmitter right power section
Temperature bulb right power section
^0-'.

G01

1.

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

NOTE
1Q

Installed on helicopter S/N 30501 through 30999, 31101 through 31124, and 32101
Technical Bulletin
through 32142 if not modified by Technical
Bulletin.
Installed on helcopter S/N 31125 and 32143 and subsequent, and helicopters modified
by Technical Bulletin
Bulletin.
212-M-71-28-1

Figure 71-28.

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Engine accessories (sheet 1 of 3)

B HT-212- M M

8.

A9.

Q 10.

11.
12.
13.

Indicator differential pressure


Tachometer generator left power section (N2)
Torque transmitter left power section
Torque transmitter right power section
Tachometer generator right power section (N2)
Oil pressure switch right power section

N-0(000

SEE VIEW A FOR HELICOPTER S/N 31125, AND


32142 AND SUBSEQUENT, AND HELICOPTERS
MODIFIED BY TECHNICAL
BULLETIN.
TECHNICAL BULLETIN

14.
15.
16.
17.
18.

Temperature bulb combining gearbox


Oil pressure switch (gearbox)
Oil pressure switch left power section.
Bracket
Combining gearbox data plate

212-M-71-28-2

Figure 71-28.

Engine accessories (sheet 2)

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VIEW A

24. Washer

21. Electrical connector


22. Torque transmitter
23. Support

26. Packing

.off

19. Pressure hose


20. Vent hose

25. Nut
27. Nut
28. Elbow
212-M-71-28-3

Figure 71-28.

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Engine accessories (sheet 3)

BHT-212-MM

1.

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Power section accessory gearbox


Gasket
Tachometer generator
Washer
Nut
Electrical connector

DETAIL A

212-M-71-29

Figure 71-29.

Gas producer (N1) tachometer generator

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Removal.

71-75. DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE


INDICATOR.

,O1

.4-0

brackets (2 and 6, figure


figure 71-30)
71-30 are
installed with the left generator.
Open engine cowling.

2.

Disconnect electrical connector (3, figure


figure

impending filter bypass condition.


71-76.

Removal.

71-30).
7130
3.

located on side of indicator will extend at


approximately 27 psi (186 kPa) indicating an

1.

O.0

tachometer generators except

>4)

pox -(D

Maintenance procedures are the

same for both power turbine

A differential pressure indicator (3, figure


figure 7171is installed on left side of the combining
gearbox. The indicator is connected to inlet
and outlet sides of gearbox oil filter. A button

31)
31

0-O

NOTE

O__.

71-73.

Remove nuts (8) and washers (7).

1. Disconnect tubes (7 and 8, figure


figure 71-31)
71-31
from indicator (3).

Remove nuts (2), washers (1), and bolts


(5) and remove indicator (3).
2.

NOTE

3.

Remove unions (6 and 9).

generator.

4.

Remove and discard packings (10 and

5.

Remove generator (5) with gasket (4).

Check gasket (4).

6.

Discard if

unserviceable.

figure 71-30)
71-30 if old
Install new gasket (4, figure
one was discarded.

1.

Install generator (5) on mounting studs


L+.

Q.0)

with electrical receptacle pointing up. If


installing left generator, place brackets (2 and
6) over mounting studs for generator and
differential pressure indicator.

Install washers (7) and nuts (8) over

(,D

generator studs. Torque nuts 50 to 70 in.lbs.


(5.65 to 7.91 Nm).

4.

Position indicator (3) on bracket (4).

Install bolts (5), washers (1), and nuts (2).


Torque bolts 20 to 25 in.lbs. (2.26 to 2.82
Nm).

Connect tubes (7 and 8) to unions (6 and


9) on indicator (3).
3.

Ensure visual indicator button is not


extended (even with indicator housing).
4.

Close engine cowling.


+.,

3.

unions (6 and 9) and install unions in

differential pressure indicator (3).

-av

2.

Installation.

figure
1. Install new packings (10 and 11, figure
7131 (prelubricated with gearbox oil) on
71-31)

2.

Installation.

71-74.

71-77.

:''"

studs.

.-.

If removing left generator, remove

brackets (2 and 6) from generator mounting

11).

((D

4.

Differential pressure indicator may


remain in place when removing left

Close cowling.

5. Perform functional check on affected


system (Chapter
96).
Chapter 96

71-78. POWER SECTION OIL PRESSURE


SWITCH.
figure 7171An oil pressure switch (13 and 16, figure

28
28)

L.3.

for each power section is installed on


lower aft side of combining gearbox. The
pressure switches are electrically connected
to segments (ENG 1 OIL PRESSURE and
ENG 2 OIL PRESSURE) in caution panel.
The pressure switch causes the caution panel

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1.

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Figure 71-30.

Reduction gearbox
Bracket
Electrical connector
Gasket
Power turbine tachometer generator
Bracket
Washer
Nut
212-M-71-30

Power turbine (N2) tachometer generator

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SEE DETAIL A
1.

Thin aluminum washer

2. Nut
3. Differential pressure indicator
4. Brackets

5. Bolt
6. Union
7. Tube
8. Tube
9. Union
10. Packing
11. Packing

DETAIL A

Figure 71-31.

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Differential pressure indicator

212-M-71-31

BHT-212-MM

segment to extinguish when oil pressure


reaches 40 psi after start. If pressure in

either power section decreases below


approximately 31 psi, the appropriate
segment in the caution panel illuminates.

Install oil pressure switch in fitting, tighten


C-405
and secure with lockwire (C-405).
3.

Connect electrical connector (5).


C-508
connector with lockwire (C-508).

Check power section oil level. Service as


Chapter 12
required (Chapter
12)
5.

figure
pressure switches (13 and 16, figure

7128
71-28).

..,

6. Perform functional check of affected


Chapter 96).
96
pressure indicating system (Chapter

71-79. Removal.

COQ

71-81. REDUCTION (COMBINING)


GEARBOX OIL PRESSURE SWITCH.

Open engine cowling.

NOTE

Combining gearbox oil pressure

(4) and packing (3).

switch maintenance is covered as a


c)

part of the engine oil system


Chapter 79
(Chapter
79).

If required, remove fitting (2) as follows:

b.

Remove bolts (6) and washer (7).

ND-

Remove cap (8).

mho

(CD

(1 ).

An oil temperature bulb is installed on bottom


figure 71-28)
71-28
of each power section (5 and 7, figure
below power section oil tank. The bulbs are
electrically connected to the temperature side

)0

c. Remove fitting (2) with packing


Discard packing.

f.,

71-82. POWER SECTION OIL


TEMPERATURE BULB.

a.

?cad

3. Remove switch
Discard packing.

figure
(5, figure

-+= g^O

(/)

+L,

r-+

2. Disconnect electrical connector


7132 from oil pressure switch (4).
71=32)

71-80.

Secure

Maintenance procedures are the


same for both power section oil

4.

Lubricate new packing (3) with gearbox

Chapter 12
oil (Chapter
12) and install on switch (4).

4.

NOTE

1.

2.

of ENGINE OIL 1 and 2 temperature and

Installation.

pressure indicators in the instrument panel.

MATERIALS REQUIRED

71-83.

Removal.

NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

C-405
C-405

Lockwire

Maintenance procedures for both

C-508
C-508

Lockwire

power section oil temperature bulbs


(2, figure
figure 71-33)
71-33 are the same.

b. Place fitting in position and install bolts


(6) with washers (7).
.+f

z
.3r

(CD

Open engine cowling.

2.

Disconnect electrical connector (3).

1.

3. Remove temperature bulb (2) and packing


(1). Discard packing.
.-

fl)

fl)

a. Lubricate new packing (1) with gearbox


oil (Chapter
12). Install packing on fitting (2).
Chapter 12

c.

`)

figure 71-32)
71-32 as follows:
Install fitting (2, figure

1.

NOTE

Install cap (8).


00)

rya

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1. Packing

2. Fitting
3. Packing
4. Oil pressure switch
5. Electrical connector

6. Bolt
7. Thin aluminum washer
8. Cap

LOOKING FORWARD AT REAR OF ENGINE

DETAIL A

212-M-71-32

Figure 71-32.

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71-84.

Installation.

Lubricate new packing (1,figure


figure71-34
71-34)'

1.

with gearbox oil (Chapter


Chapter 12).
12
MATERIALS REQUIRED

2. Install packing (1) on temperature bulb


(2). Install bulb in gearbox. Torque bulb 20

NOMENCLATURE

C-405
C-405

Lockwi re

NUMBER

to 40 in.lbs. (2.26 to 4.52 Nm). Secure bulb


with lockwire (C-405).
C-405

Connect electrical connector (3).

3.
1(Q

1. Lubricate new packing (1, figure


figure 71-33)
71-33
with engine oil (Chapter
12) and install on
Chapter 12

temperature bulb (2).


2.

Install temperature bulb, tighten, and

Service as

71-88. TORQUE PRESSURE

secure with lockwire (C-405).


C-405

TRANSMITTERS.

Check power section oil level. Service as


required (Chapter
12).
Chapter 12

Two torque pressure transmitters (10 and 11,


figure
71-28) are installed on rear of firewall
figure 71-28
support or one on each power section. The

3.

Close

5. Perform functional check of affected


temperature indicating system (Chapter
Chapter 96)
96

transmitters are connected by electrical


>,Q

Connect electrical connection (3).


engine cowling.
4.

harness to the dual torque pressure indicator


on the instrument panel.
NOTE

Maintenance procedures are the

71-85. REDUCTION (COMBINING)


GEARBOX OIL TEMPERATURE BULB.

(CD

same for each torque transmitter.


71-89.
1.

Open engine cowling.

caution panel.

2.

Remove torque transmitter (10 or


0

the C BOX TEMP warning segment in the

Removal.

.-l.

0a'

The combining gearbox oil temperatue bulb


(14 , figure
figure 71-28)
71-28 is installed on lower side of
gearbox. The bulb is electrically connected to
((DD

11

figure
figure 71-28)
71-28 as follows:
71-86.
1.

Removal.

a.

Open engine cowling.

figure
Disconnect electrical connector (3, figure
71-34).
7134

2.

3. Remove bulb
Discard packing.
71-87.

(2) with packing (1).

(1)

Disconnect electrical connector.

(2)

Disconnect vent hose.

(3) Remove torque transmitter and


pack ing. Discard packing.
b.

Installation.

Engine mounted torque transmitter .

Firewall mounted torque transmitter.


,.s

4. Check gearbox oil level.


Chapter 12).
12
required (Chapter

Disconnect electrical (21) connector.

(2)

Disconnect vent hose (20).

(3)

Disconnect pressure hose (19).

MATERIALS REQUIRED
NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

C-405
C-405

Lockwi re

(()

(1)

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DETAIL A

1. Packing

2. Temperature bulb
3. Electrical connector
212-M-71-33

Figure 71-33.

Power section oil temperature bulb

0_m

...

(4) Remove nut (25), washer (24), and


remove torque transmitter (22) with packing.
Discard packing.

(4) Connect electrical connector and


vent hose to torque transmitter.
(5)

Installation.

71-90.

Firewall mounted torque transmitters.

b.

03(Q
3O-<

'LO

AEU

(-s

1. Set torque transmitter setting/valves


according to information on combining

Check for leaks at first runup.

(1)

Position torque transmitter

in

2.

(2) Connect vent hose (20) to torque


transmitter.

cps

gearbox data plate (figure


figure 71-35)
71-35 (Chapter
Chapter

support (23). Place washer (24) and nut (25)


on torque transmitter and tighten nut.

96).
96

Install torque transmitters as follows:


a.

Engine mounted torque transmitters.

Perform operational/calibrational
Chapter
check of torque transmitter system (Chapter

..Y

(1)

(3) Connect electrical connector (21) to


transmitter.

96).
96

(4)

Install new packing (prelubricated

figure
figure 71-28).
71-28

(3) Install torque transmitter (10 or 11)


on combining gearbox and tighten.

c. Lubricate new packing with gearbox oil


(Chapter
12) and place packing (26) on elbow
Chapter 12
(28). Install elbow in torque transmitter and
tighten nut (27).

CD_-

(2)

with engine oil) on transmitter (10 or 11,

Urn

(1) Perform operational/cal ibrational


check of torque transmitter system (Chapter
Chapter

96).
96

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Figure 71-35. Reduction Gearbox Data Plate


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3.

(2) Connect pressure line (19).

5.

(3) Check for leaks at first runup.

6. Perform a functional check of the gearbox oil


pressure indicating system (Chapter 96).

Close all cowlings.

71-91.

REDUCTION (COMBINING) GEARBOX OIL


PRESSURE TRANSMITTER

Close engine cowling.

71-94.

POWER
SECTION
TRANSMITTER

OIL

PRESSURE

The combining gearbox oil pressure transmitter (2,


Figure 71-28) is installed in the top of the gearbox. The
transmitter is electrically connected to the pressure
side of the GEARBOX OIL temperature and pressure
indicator installed in the instrument panel.

An oil pressure transmitter (4 and 6, Figure 71-28) is


installed on the bottom of each power section
accessory gearbox below power section oil tank. The
transmitters are electrically connected to pressure side
of the ENGINE 1 and 2 temperature and pressure
indicators located on the instrument panel.

71-92.

71-95.

Reduction (Combining) Gearbox


Pressure Transmitter Removal

Oil

1.

Open engine cowling.

2.

Disconnect electrical connector (7, Figure 71-36).

NOTE

3. Remove pressure transmitter (4) and packing (3).


Discard packing.
4.

Power Section Oil Pressure Transmitter


Removal

Remove restrictor (2).

Maintenance procedures (except for


access) are the same for each pressure
transmitter.
1. For the right power section, open engine cowling.
For the left power section, remove access panel inside
helicopter on right side of transmission pylon.

5. If applicable, remove plug (6) and packing (5).


Discard packing.

2.

71-93.

3. Remove pressure transmitter (4) and packing (2).


Discard packing.

Reduction (Combining) Gearbox


Pressure Transmitter Installation

Oil

4.

Disconnect electrical connector (1, Figure 71-37).

Remove restrictor (3).

MATERIALS REQUIRED
Refer to BHT-ALL-SPM for specifications.
NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

C-320

Sealant

5. If applicable, remove plug (6) and packing (5).


Discard packing.
71-96.

Power Section Oil Pressure Transmitter


Installation

1. If applicable, install plug (6, Figure 71-36) with


packing (5).
2. Apply sealant (C-320) on outer threads of
restrictor (2). Install restrictor until it bottoms out in
pressure transmitter (4).
3.

Install pressure transmitter (4) with packing (3).

4.

Connect electrical connector (7).

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MATERIALS REQUIRED
Refer to BHT-ALL-SPM for specifications.
NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

C-320

Sealant

1. If applicable, install plug (6, Figure 71-37) with


packing (5).
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SEE DETAIL A AND

3
2
DETAIL B
ALTERNATE CONFIGURATION

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Reduction gearbox
Restrictor
Packing
Pressure transmitter
Packing
Plug
Electrical connector

412_MM_71_0008

Figure 71-36. Reduction (Combining) Gearbox Oil Pressure Transmitter


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SEE DETAIL A AND

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Electrical connector
Packing
Restrictor
Pressure transmitter
Packing
Plug

DETAIL B
ALTERNATE CONFIGURATION

412_MM_71_0009

Figure 71-37. Power Section Oil Pressure Transmitter

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2. Apply sealant (C-320) on outer threads of
restrictor (3). Install restrictor until it bottoms out in
pressure transmitter (4).
3.

Install pressure transmitter (4) with packing (2).

4.

Connect electrical connector (1).

5. Check power section oil level. Service as


required (Chapter 12).
6.

For the left power section, close engine cowling.

7. For the right power section, secure access panel


on inside of helicopter transmission pylon right side.

NOTE
Identify the location of electrical cables to
aid during installation.
6. Disconnect
block (8).

electrical

cables

from

terminal

7. While supporting starter generator (9), remove


clamp (6). Remove starter generator.
8. Remove nuts (4), washers (3), and starter
adapter (2).
9. Remove packing (7) from shaft of starter
generator (9) and discard packing.
71-98A. Starter Generator Repair

8. Perform a functional check of the engine oil


pressure indicating system (Chapter 96).
71-97.

STARTER GENERATOR

The 28 VDC starter generator is mounted on the upper


forward right side of each power section accessory
gearbox. The starter generator drives the compressor
input shaft through gearing in the accessory gearbox
during engine starting cycle. After starting, the starter
generator functions as primary generator.
71-98.

For starter generator maintenance procedures, refer to


applicable vendor maintenance publication. For
operational check, refer to Chapter 96.
71-98B. Starter Generator Inspection
1.

Inspect exterior for condition and damage.

2. Inspect the air inlet assembly (12, Figure 71-38)


for security of attachment, cracks, and dents that
might interfere with fan operation.

Starter Generator Removal


NOTE
NOTE

Maintenance procedures are the same for


each starter generator except where noted.
1.

Disconnect electrical power.

2.

Open engine cowling.

To carry out the following steps, removal of


the starter generator will be required.
3. Inspect brushes, brush holders, commutator, and
bearings.
NOTE

3. Disconnect duct from air inlet assembly (12,


Figure 71-38).
4. Remove clamp (10) that attaches air inlet
assembly (12) to starter generator (9). Remove air
inlet assembly.
5.

Remove fan cover (11) from starter generator (9).

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Prior to removing brushes, identify their


location in the unit. Brushes must be
reinstalled in their original location.
a. Remove the brush inspection cover.
b. Remove screw that secures brush leads to the
brush holders.
c. Carefully lift the brush springs and remove the
brushes.
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SEE DETAIL A
12
11
9
7
1

10

6
2

DETAIL A

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

Accessory gearbox
Starter adapter
Washer
Nut
Dowel pin
Clamp
Packing
Terminal block
Starter generator
Clamp
Fan cover
Air inlet assembly

412_MM_71_0004+_c01

Figure 71-38. Starter Generator

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Figure 71-39. Starter Generator Electrical


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l. Position the brush leads over the brush spring
clips.

NOTE
Brushes must be replaced as a set. If one
brush is defective or has reached the wear
limit, replace the entire set of brushes.

m. Install the brush inspection cover.

d. Inspect brushes for cracks, chips, frayed


leads, loose rivets, and loose shunt connections.

4. Visually inspect the drive shaft spline for


excessive wear or damage.
71-98C. Starter Generator Cleaning

e. Inspect brushes as per Figure 71-39A,


Detail A. It is recommended that brushes be replaced
at or near the time the brush wear indicates 1/4 life
remaining (View 3).

MATERIALS REQUIRED
Refer to BHT-ALL-SPM for specifications.

f. Inspect brush
condition of springs.

holders

for

security

and

g. Inspect the commutator for a burnished


appearance with light filming. A defective commutator
will be black, burned, or pitted.
h. Inspect the mica undercut, it must be
0.02 inch (0.51 mm) minimum.
NOTE
Interpreting the feel of bearings requires
experience. Some bearings use a high
temperature lubricant that will cause a good
bearing to feel rough when turned.
i. To inspect the bearings for roughness, slowly
turn the armature, by hand, in the normal direction of
rotation. Use your fingers to obtain the feel of the
bearings. Bearing rotation should be relatively smooth,
and the bearings should not sound dry.

CAUTION
RAPID RELEASE OF THE BRUSH
SPRINGS CAN DAMAGE THE BRUSHES.
j. Carefully insert the brushes in their original
location on the brush holder assembly. Referring to
Figure 71-39A, make sure the shorter side of the
brush will be the first to contact the commutator when
the armature is rotated in the normal direction.
k. Gently lower the brush springs onto the top of
the brush clips.

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1.

NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

C-305

Aliphatic Naphtha

Internal cleaning.
a. Remove the brush inspection cover.

WARNING
W H E N U S I N G C O M P R E S S E D A I R,
REGULATE PRESSURE TO 40 PSI OR
LESS. WEAR GOGGLES OR FACE
SHIELD TO PROTECT EYES. USE A
DUST FILTER RESPIRATOR. DO NOT
AIM THE AIR JET AT EXPOSED SKIN.

CAUTION
TO P R E V E N T D A M A G E T O T H E
BEARING SEALS AND TO AVOID
FORCING CONTAMINANTS INTO
BEARINGS, DO NOT DIRECT THE AIR
JET AT THE BEARINGS.
b. Remove carbon copper dust from the
armature and stator windings using compressed air.
Start at the drive end of the unit and work toward the
brushes and commutator area.
c. Inspect the interior of the unit for oil and other
contaminants. Remove contaminants by wiping with a
cloth moistened with aliphatic naphtha (C-305).
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SEE DETAIL

POSITION BRUSH LEADS TO AVOID


HANG-UP ON SIDE OF BRUSH BOX

SLOT IN BRUSHES
(MAXIMUM WEAR POINT)

ROTATION

CORRECT POSITION OF BRUSH LEADS

CORRECT POSITION OF BRUSHES AND SPRINGS


WITH REGARD TO ARMATURE ROTATION

1/2 LIFE
REMAINING

WEAR INDICATOR

VIEW

NEW BRUSH
VIEW

1
1/4 LIFE
REMAINING

DETAIL

VIEW

NOTE
Starter-generator brushes should be replaced at or near the time brush wear indicates 1/4 life remaining.

NO OBJECT BEYOND THIS POINT

412_MM_71_0005+

Figure 71-39A. Starter Generator Brush Installation


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d. Inspect the air intake and exhaust screens for
foreign material. Carefully remove foreign material and
check for possible internal damage to the unit.
2.

External cleaning.

a. Thoroughly clean the exterior of the unit using


a soft cloth moistened with aliphatic naphtha (C-305).
Wipe dry with a clean lint free cloth.
71-99.

Starter Generator Installation

MATERIALS REQUIRED
Refer to BHT-ALL-SPM for specifications.
NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

C-201

Zinc Chromate Primer

3.

Install starter generator (9) as follows:

a. Lubricate packing (7) with engine oil


(Chapter 12) and install on the shaft of starter
generator (9).
b. Place clamp (6) over starter adapter (2).
c. If installing the left starter generator, position
terminal block (8) at the 12 oclock position, place
starter generator on starter adapter (2), and tighten
clamp (6).
d. If installing the right starter generator, position
terminal block (8) at the 11 oclock position, place
starter generator on starter adapter (2), and tighten
clamp (6).
e. On the left starter generator, install fan cover
(11) and position air inlet assembly (12) at the 12
oclock position and tighten clamp (10).

NOTE
Installation procedures are the same for
each starter generator except where noted.
1. Clean accessory gearbox (1, Figure 71-38) and
starter adapter (2) mating surfaces to ensure good
electrical bonding.
2.

Install starter adapter (2) as follows:

f. On the right starter generator, install fan cover


(11) and position air inlet assembly (12) at the 1
oclock position and tighten clamp (10).
4. Make sure electrical terminals on starter
generator and ends of electrical cables are clean.
5. Connect electrical cables to starter generator,
positioning as shown on Figure 71-39.

a. If installing the left starter generator, position


starter adapter (2) with one dowel pin (5) at the
12 oclock position.

6. Place nipples over ends of electrical cables and


secure cables using plate and straps.

b. If installing the right starter generator, position


starter adapter (2) with one dowel pin (5) at the
9 oclock position.

7. Ensure no interference exists between electrical


cables and engine cowling.

c. Coat washers (3) with zinc chromate primer


(C-201). Install washers and nuts (4).

8. Attach duct
Figure 71-38).

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ENGINE AIR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


71-100. ENGINE AIR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
The engine air management system provides inlet air
separately to each engine and carries away exhaust
gases (Figure 71-40). The system consists of twin
series of ducts and valves, within the engine cowling
and extending aft from the engine air inlet cowling
above each engine, and includes exhaust ducts and
induction baffle installation. The control valve in each
air passage is located downstream from the induction
baffle and has an electrical actuator, which is
automatically controlled. The electrical circuits are
connected through circuit breakers ENG 1 PART SEP
and ENG 2 PART SEP to the 28 VDC essential bus,
with interconnections to caution panel PART SEP
OFF, and through emergency switches to the fire
extinguishing system and the engine low RPM
warning system.
During normal operating conditions, air is drawn in
through inlet fairing by combined action of engine
compressor and of exhaust flow through the ejector,
plus the ram effect of any forward movement of the
helicopter. Air flow gains velocity by narrowing of duct,
increasing momentum of any particles of dust, ice, or
other foreign materials. The control valve is normally
open, allowing part of air stream to pass through and
out the ejector, carrying away most of foreign particles
by their own inertia. The remainder of air passes down
through a screened opening into the induction baffle
area and into screened engine intakes. The valve
actuating circuit is interconnected through the
emergency switch to the ENGINE LOW RPM warning
and fire extinguishing systems. The control valve will
be normally open, but will close automatically in event
of engine power loss or is closed manually when a
FIRE PULL handle is actuated. Valve closing causes
PART SEP OFF caution panel segment to illuminate.
71-101. EJECTORS

a. Remove top and side cowling.


b. Remove top portion of oil cooler support along
split line.
c. Disconnect drain line (3, Figure 71-41) from
fitting on lower side of ejector (5).
d. Remove bolts to detach ejector flange from
firewall. Cover exhaust duct (2).
2. For helicopters S/N 30554 and subsequent, do
the following:
a. Remove top and side cowling.
b. Remove top portion of oil cooler support along
the split line.
c. Disconnect drain line (3) from fitting on lower
side of ejector (5).
d. Disconnect accessory case vent line and vent
hoses from fittings on top of ejector.
e. Cut and remove lockwire from fittings and
remove nuts, washers, and fittings if ejector is being
replaced (View B).
f. Remove bolts to detach ejector flange from
firewall.
g. Remove bolts to detach links (4) from oil
cooler support at lower and outboard sides of ejector.
h. Pull ejector assembly aft and out of transition
duct (1) and firewall. Cover exhaust duct (2).

71-102. Ejectors Removal


1. For helicopters S/N 30504 through 30553, do the
following:

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3. Remove lift links (4) from oil cooler support


bottom and outboard side of ejector (5). On helicopters
S/N 30554 and subsequent, disconnect vent lines.

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ENGINE
AIR INLET
COWLING
ENGINE AIR MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM VALVE ASSEMBLY
FORWARD DUCT

DOOR

TRANSITION
DUCT
ENGINE EXHAUST
DUCT

EJECTOR

FORWARD
TRANSITION
DUCT

FWD
AIR BORNE
PARTICLES
INDUCTION
BAFFLE

CLEAN AIR
ENGINE
POWER
SECTION

212_MM_71_0040

Figure 71-40. Engine Air Management System Schematic


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STA.
205.89

1.

2.
3.

4.
5.

Transition duct
Exhaust duct
Drain line
Links
Ejector (insulation blanket not shown)
212-M-71-41-1

Figure 71-41.

Engine air management system (sheet 1 of 2)

coo

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Figure 71-41.
(REF)

EXHAUST DUCT

SEAL

Engine air management system (sheet 2)


L-- 1

VIEW B

LOOKING INBOARD LEFT SIDE

OF EJECTOR

OUTBOARD
MOUNTING POINT

LOWER BRACKET

212-M-71-41-2

D INSTALLED ON 554 AND SUB.

D INSTALLED ON 504 THROUGH 553

FOR LINK AND BRACKET;

7 -7

DETAIL A

LOCKWIRE
LOWER
NUTS ONLY

ACCESSORY CASE VENT HOSE AND FITTING


VENT HOSE

D VIEW A

LOWER BRACKET

OUTBOARD
MOUNTING POINT
FOR LINK AND BRACKET

z-0

DRAIN LINE FITTING

I REWALL

ASKET AND

LOOKING INBOARD LEFT SIDE

CL OF EJECTOR

L--

BHT-212-MM

BHT-212-MM

canto

monel rivets with rivet manufactured head on


exhaust gas side of inner skin. Rivet spacing

CAUTION

to be 0.75 in. minimum/1.0 in. maximum

BRACKETS.
0U)

blanket. Spread blanket and pull aft and from


around ejector.

Patch to be fabricated from titanium per MILT-9046. Patch may be welded in place.
2. Cracks in intercostal
repaired as follows:

Repair.

figure 71-42
See figure
71-42.

members are

Cracks in intercostal members which

a.

-moo

are confined to one flange only may be


repaired as shown in sheet 5. If crack
-c1

exceeds 1.0 in. (25.4 mm) in length, member

CAUTION

shall be replaced or repaired in accordance


5.0

71-103.

of 0.50 in. (12.70 mm) diameter may be


figure 71-41
repaired per figure
71-41, sheets 3 and 4.
a+1

Remove lockwire and unlace ejector

4.

Cracks and holes contained in an area

d.

Oar

DAMAGE BLANKETS ON LINK

(0

EXERCISE CARE NOT TO

(19.05 mm minimum/25.4 mm maximum). TIG


welding may be used in lieu of rivets.

.<3

WHEN REMOVING BLANKET,

nom

.................

with sheet 6. Fabricate doubter used in sheets


m

ANY REPAIRS REQUIRING

WELDING SHALL BE
ACCOMPLISHED OUT BY
COMPETENT, CERTIFIED

WELDERS USING CORRECT


EQUIPMENT.

9046.

Cracks in intercostal members affecting

b.

both flanges should be replaced where


doubters as defined in sheet 6 cannot be
employed.
(CD

shall not exceed three per ejector.

-0c

Consideration should be taken to combine


adjacent small repairs into one large patch.

titanium.

b.

Inner Skin -Repair areas larger than


P))

0,a

a. Dents may be worked out by using


standard sheet metal methods; however, care
shall be exercised not to crack metal which is

may be repaired as shown in sheet 7. Patch


doubter may be fabricated from titanium per
MIL-T-9046. Number of repairs of this size

o-01

Dents and small cracks in inner and outer


skins are repaired as follows:

greater than 8.0 x 12.0 in. (203.2 x 304.8 mm)

ejectors installed or on the bench.

a. Outer Skin -Repair of areas larger


than 16 sq.in. (10,323.2 sq. mm) and not

((DD

to be accomplished either with

Am)

All repairs addressed are designed

:;-

Make repair to large areas as follows:

3.

NOTE

1.

5 or 6 fabricated from titanium per MIL-T-

P))

16 sq.in. (10,323.2 mm) and not greater than


0

0,3

30O

CD'

(114.3 x 114.3 mm) (or 4.5 in. dia.) x 0.025 in.


(114.3 x 0.635 mm) thick titanium per MIL-T-

shall be fabricated from titanium per MIL-T9046 using monel rivets MS20615-3M at each
corner to locate patch. Number of repairs of
this size shall not exceed two per ejector.
)O

drill and install a doubter patch 4.5 x 4.5 in.

8.0 x 12.0 in. (203.2 x 304.8 mm) shall be


repaired as shown in sheet 8. Flush patch
(%)

.-.

b. Repair cracks in ejector skins which do


not exceed 3 in. (76.2 mm) in length by stop
drilling with 0.094 in. (2.388 mm) diameter

9046.
0

7C"

a. Cracks in frames may be repaired as


shown in sheets 9, 10, or 11. Cracks up to
,-+

outer surface of inner skin using MS20615-3M

3(n

_l.

-30

.c

0(n

Frame Repairs are made as follows:


(IS

4.

Install patch to outer surface of outer


skin using M7885/8-4 monel rivets and/or to
c.

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N

B HT-212-M M

Figure 71-42.

Engine air management system ejector repair (sheet 2)

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PATCH 0.020/0.025 IN.


(0.508/0.635 mm) THICK
MATERIAL

STOP DRILL CRACK

(0.94 IN. (2.388 mm) DIA.)

ALTERNATE METHOD OF
PATCH ATTACHMENT

MAX. EXTENT OF CRACK


OR HOLE 0.50 IN.

(12.7 mm) DIA.

212-M-71-42-3
OUTER SKIN PATCH

Figure 71-42.

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Engine air management system ejector repair (sheet 3)

BHT-212-MM

ALTERNATE METHOD:
MONEL RIVETS

MS20615-4MP
MANUFACTURED
HEAD THIS
SIDE

PATCH 0.020/0.025 IN.


(0.508/0.635 mm) THICK
MATERIAL

FORM PATCH TO
FIT INSIDE CONTOUR
OF INNER SKIN

0-1

L!)

MAX EXTENT OF CRACK


OR HOLE 0.501N. (12.7 mm) DIA.

STOP DRILL CRACK

(0.94 IN. (2.388 mm) DIA.)


INNER SKIN PATCH

WELD CRACK FROM STOP DRILL


HOLE TO STOP DRILL HOLE

212-M-71-42-4

Figure 71-42.

Engine air management system ejector repair (sheet 4)

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BHT-212-MM

r- DOUBLER (0.020/0.025 IN.


(0.508/0.635 mm) THICK)
STOP DRILL CRACK

(0.094 IN. (2.388 mm) DIA.)

INTERCOSTAL MEMBER

MONEL RIVETS

MS20615-3MP
MANUFACTURED
HEAD FAR SIDE

STOP DRILL CRACK

(0.094 IN. (2.388 mm) DIA.)

- WELD CRACK FROM STOP DRILL


HOLE TO STOP DRILL HOLE

212-M-71-42-5

Figure 71-42.

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B HT-212-M M

DOUBLER (0.020/0.025 IN.


(0.508/0.635 mm) THICK)

MONEL RIVETS MS20615-3MP


0.75 IN. (19.05 mm)
SPACING MANUFACTURED
HEAD FAR SIDE

212-M-71-42-6

Figure 71-42.

Engine air management system ejector repair (sheet 6)

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BHT-212-MM

PATCH DOUBLER

(0.020/0.025 IN.
(0.508/0.635 mm)
THICK)

4-

4-

+
0.12 IN.
(3.05 mm) R (MIN.)

4
0.75 IN. (19.05 mm)
CONSTANT

'

>2,n

MONEL RIVETS

NAS1738MW4
OR M7885/8-4
RIVET SPACING 0.75 IN. (19.05 mm)

E3:

MIN. 1.0 IN. (24.5 mm)MAX.


STAGGERED AS SHOWN

OUTER SKIN LARGE REPAIRS

212-M-71-42-7

Figure 71-42.

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\\/

B HT-212- M M

PATCH

0.020/0.025 IN.
(0.508/0.635 mm)
THICK

MS20615-3M
MONEL LOCATING
RIVETS AT EACH

CORNER
212-M-71-42-8

Figure 71-42.

Engine air management system ejector repair (sheet 8)

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B HT-212-M M

MONEL RIVETS

MS20615-3MP
MANUFACTURED
HEAD FAR SIDE

/ ^r\

DOUBLER

0.020 TO 0.025 IN.


(0.508 TO 0.635 mm)
THICK

STOP DRILL 0.094 IN.


(2.388 mm) DIA. CRACKS

MONEL RIVETS

NAS1738MW4
OR M7885/8-4

HAT-SECTION DOUBLER

(0.020/0.025 IN
(0.508/0.635 mm) THICK)

FRAME-CRACKS NOT IN
ATTACHMENT FLANGES

Figure 71-42.

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212-M-71-42-9

Engine air management system ejector repair (sheet 9)

BHT-212-MM

MONEL RIVETS
MONEL RIVETS

MS20615-4MP

NAS1738MW4
OR M7885/8-4

MANUFACTURED
HEAD FAR SIDE
THRU FLANGES -

DOUBLER

0.025 IN. (0.635 mm)


THICK MATERIAL

FRAME, HAT SECTION CRACK


REPAIR-CRACKS IN ATTACHMENT
FLANGES

Figure 71-42.

212-M-71-42-10

Engine air management system ejector repair (sheet 10)

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BHT-212-MM

STOP DRILL (0.094 IN.

(2.388 mm) DIA.)


CRACKS
PATCH

0.020/0.025 IN.
(0.508/0.635 mm)
THICK MATERIAL

WELD CRACK FROM STOP


DRILL HOLE TO STOP DRILL HOLE

FRAME, HAT-SECTION CRACK


REPAIR-CRACKS NOT IN
ATTACHMENT FLANGES

212-M-71-42-11

Figure 71-42.

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Engine air management system ejector repair (sheet 11)

BHT-212-MM

FLANGE, CRACKS RUNNING


FROM ONE HOLE TO
ANOTHER

WELD CRACKS AND


PLENISH WELD SMOOTH

WELD CRACK IN THIS FLANGE


PLENISH WELD SMOOTH

FLANGE, CRACKS IN BOTH FLANGES

212-M-71-42-12

Figure 71-42.

Engine air management system ejector repair (sheet 12)

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BHT-212-MM-9
1.5 inches (38.1 mm) (Figure 71-42, Dimension A,
Sheet 11) may be welded. Cracks up to 5.0 inches
(127.0 mm) long (Dimension A) may be repaired by
welding a 0.032 inch (0.813 mm) thick titanium (per
MIL-T-9046) patch over crack. Patch shall extend
0.50 inch (12.70 mm) beyond stop-drill holes and
completely cover cracked area. Fillet weld around
edges of patch.
b. When cracks extend into vertical flanges,
repair as shown in Figure 71-42, Sheet 9 using
0.025 inch (0.635 mm) thick titanium per MIL-T-9046.
When cracks extend to attachment flanges, repair as
shown in Figure 71-42, Sheet 10 using 0.025 inch
(0.635 mm) thick titanium per MIL-T-9046. Rivet
spacing where used shall be 0.75 inch minimum/1.0
inch maximum (19.05 mm minimum/12.4 mm
maximum). When crack extends through attachment
flanges, frame may have only one repair in an 18.0
inch (457.2 mm) length of frame and no closer than
8.0 inches (203.2 mm) to any airframe attachment
fitting.
c. Support clips may have cracks in vertical
flange weld repaired once. Subsequent repairs require
replacement of clip, which may be fabricated from
same thickness titanium per MIL-T-9046.
d. Repair attachment flange as follows:
(1) Replace all loose rivets
nutplates using MS20427M3 monel rivets.

attaching

(2) Cracks originating from rivet or bolt holes


may be welded (one weld per nutplate). Cracks that
run from hole-to-hole within a nutplate pattern shall be
reinforced by welding a doubler of 0.025 inch
(0.635 mm) thick titanium (per MIL-T-9046) over hole
pattern and redrilling holes (Figure 71-42, Sheet 12).
(3) Cracks in attachment flange in between
attachment holes may be welded and weld plenished
smooth. When crack runs across both flanges, a
doubler 0.025 inch (0.635 mm) thick titanium (per
MIL-T-9046) shall be used. Crack in attachment is to
be welded and plenished smooth. Since other flange is
attached to ejector, weld as far as practical. Attach
doubler and weld. Repairs of this nature are restricted
to five per ejector and shall be no closer to other
repairs than length of doubler.
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71-104. Ejectors Installation

MATERIALS REQUIRED
Refer to BHT-ALL-SPM for specifications.
NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

C-405

Lockwire

NOTE
If gaps are identified between the flange of
the exhaust ejector and the mating surface
of the aft firewall during installation, refer to
BHT-212-SI-97
for
inspection
and
shimming procedures, as applicable.
1.

Install ejector as follows:


a. Helicopters S/N 30504 through 30553:

(1) Remove exhaust cover and insert ejector


(5, Figure 71-41) through firewall, over exhaust duct
(2) and into end of transition duct (1).
(2) Align each of links (4) to mounting
bracket on oil cooler support, and install bolt with
washers and nut. Attach ejector flange to firewall with
screws and washers. Connect drain line (3) to fitting
under ejector.
b. Helicopters S/N 30554 and subsequent:
(1) Install accessory case vent fitting and
vent hose fitting in ejector assembly with thin steel
washers either side of ejector.
(2) Tighten nuts and lockwire (C-405) to
adjacent flange (View B).
(3) Insert ejector (5) through firewall, over
exhaust duct(s), and into end of transition duct (1).
(4) Align each of links (4) to mounting
bracket of lower and outboard sides of ejector and to
mounting bracket on oil cooler support.
(5) Install bolts with washers and nuts.
(6) Attach ejector flange to firewall with
screws and washers.
ECCN EAR99

BHT-212-MM-9
(7) Connect drain line (3) to fitting under
ejector (5).
2.

Spread blanket, and slide forward around ejector.

3. Lace both sides of blanket together with lockwire


(C-405), making two complete and separate lines.
4. Install links (4) to oil cooler support, and to bottom
and outboard sides of ejectors.
5. On helicopters S/N 30554 and subsequent,
connect vent lines.
6.

71-108. Transition Ducts Repair

71-106. Transition Ducts Removal


NOTE
The removal and installation procedures for
right transition duct (10, Figure 71-43) are
given. The procedures for left transition
duct (2) are the same.
lower

engine

2.

Remove screws (3 and 7, Figure 71-44).

3.

Remove transition duct (2).

cowling

71-107. Transition Ducts Inspection


1. Inspect transition duct (2, Figure 71-44) for
distortion, cracks, and holes.
2. Inspect transition duct (2) for secure installation
of attaching screws.
3. Inspect transition duct (2) for proper clearance
with exhaust duct (8). Clearance shall be 0.10 to 0.70
inch (2.6 to 17.7 mm).
4. Inspect transition duct (2) for secure installation
with ejector (1).

ECCN EAR99

NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

C-204

Epoxy Polyamide
Primer

C-308

Sealant

a. Local dings, dents, or bumps not exceeding


0.25 inch (6.3 mm) in depth and 2.0 inches (50.8 mm)
in diameter may be ignored or worked out at
operators discretion.

71-105. TRANSITION DUCTS

and

Refer to BHT-ALL-SPM for specifications.

1. Repair transition duct (2, Figure 71-44) as


follows:

Install side and top cowling.

1. Remove upper
(paragraph 71-27).

MATERIALS REQUIRED

b. Dings, dents, and bumps exceeding 0.25 inch


(6.3 mm) in diameter shall be worked out to original
contour.
c. All dings, dents, and bumps that penetrate
surface shall be worked out to original contour and
treated as a crack.
d. All cracks up to 3.0 inches (76.2 mm) in length
shall be stop-drilled (0.094 inch (2.38 mm) diameter),
cracks cleaned out, and a patch applied to outside
surface (Figure 71-45, View A). Use sealant (C-308).
e. All holes up to 3.0 inches (76.2 mm) in
diameter shall be cleaned and a patch applied to
outside surface (View B). Use sealant (C-308).
f. Repair cracks in flanges per View C. Only one
repair on each side is permitted. Use sealant (C-308).
g. Repairs to seal retainer are limited to
stop-drilling cracks 0.094 inch (2.38 mm) diameter,
and adding a doubler (View D). Use sealant (C-308).
h. Repairs to duct requiring a patch shall have
patch applied to outside surface, except in area of seal
retainer (aft end of duct) where patch shall be applied
on inside surface.
8 JUN 2010

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BHT-212-MM-9

5
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

3
2
1

Left ejector
Left transition duct
Left valve assembly
Left forward duct
Left forward transition duct
Right forward transition duct
Right forward duct
Right induction baffle
Right valve assembly
Right transition duct
Right ejector
Left induction baffle
Valve assembly door
Right exhaust duct
Exhaust flange

7
8

FW

9
10

11
9

10

11

12
13
14
15

212_MM_71_0043

Figure 71-43. Engine Air Management System Ducts


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30 APR 2010

ECCN EAR99

B HT-212-M M

1.
2.
3.

4.

Ejector
Transition duct
Screw
Thin aluminum washer

5. Valve assembly
6. Thin aluminum washer
7. Screw
8. Exhaust duct

212-M-71-44

Figure 71-44. Engine air management system transition duct removalA nstal lation

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BHT-212-MM

3.0 IN. (76.2 mm) MAXIMUM CRACK

MS20470AD4
RIVETS

CRACK STOP-DRILL 0.094 IN.


(2.388 mm) DIAMETER

0.751N. (19.05 mm) MIN


1.00 IN. (25.4 mm) MAX
FASTENER SPACING

0.25 IN. (6.35 mm)


TYPICAL FASTENER
TO EDGE

PATCH MAKE FROM 0.032 IN.

(0.813 mm) THICK 2024 ALUMINUM.


C-308
APPLY SEALANT (C-308)

VIEW A

MS20470AD4
RIVETS

3.0 IN. (76.2 mm) DIAMETER


MAXIMUM AFTER CLEANUP

DUCT
0.75 IN. (19.05 mm) MIN
1.00 IN. (25.4 mm) MAX

PATCH MAKE FROM 0.032 IN.


(0.813 mm) THICK 2024 ALUMINUM.
C-308
APPLY SEALANT (C-308)

FASTENER SPACING

0.50 IN. (12.70 mm) MIN


FASTENER TO EDGE

VIEW B

Figure 71-45.

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212-M-71-45-1

Engine air management system transition duct repair (sheet 1 of 2)

BHT-212-MM

MS20470AD3 RIVET LOCATIONS.


FLUSH RIGHT IN DUCT ANGLE ONLY
REINFORCING DOUBLER ANGLE MAKE

FROM 0.032 IN. (0.813 mm)THICK,


C-308
2024 ALUMINUM. APPLY SEALANT (C-308)

CRACKS STOP-DRILL

0.094 IN. (2.388 mm)


DIAMETER PIERCING
DUCT PERMISSIBLE

VIEW C

- 0.501N. (12.70 mm) TYPICAL DOUBLER WIDTH

CRACK STOP-DRILL 0.094 IN. (2.388 mm)


DIAMETER. DRILL MAY PIERCE DUCT
DOUBLER ANGLE MAKE FROM 0.032 IN.

(0.813 mm) THICK 2024 ALUMINUM.


APPLY SEALANT (C-308)
C-308

- 0.40 IN. (10.16 mm) TYPICAL STRAP WIDTH


0.25 IN. (6.35 mm)
TYPICAL FASTENER
TO CRACK

MS20470AD3 RIVETS.
COUNTERSINK IN RETAINER

DOUBLER STRAP MAKE FROM 0.032 IN.

(0.813 mm) THICK 2024 ALUMINUM.


C-308
APPLY SEALANT (C-308)

0.25 IN. (6.35 mm) TYPICAL


FASTENER TO CRACK

0.751N. (19.05 mm)


TYPICAL FASTENER SPACING

CRACK STOP-DRILL 0.094 IN. (2.388 mm) DIAMETER

VIEW D

Figure 71-45.

212-M-71-45-2

Engine air management system transition duct repair (sheet 2)

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BHT-212-MM-9
i. All
scratches,
scores,
and
surface
penetrations shall be buffed out and epoxy polyamide
primer (C-204) applied.
2.

Accomplish step 5 and step 6 only if it is


necessary to remove actuator (9).
5. Disconnect electrical connector (11). Remove jam
nut and separate electrical lead of actuator (9) from
firewall.

NOTE
Use of beeswax, paste-type drill, and tap
lubricant or bar soap on bolts and screws
will reduce damage to nutplates and make
installation easier.

6.

3. Install screws (3 and 7) and washers (4 and 6) in


locations shown in Section A-A.
4. Inspect clearance between duct (2) and duct (8).
Clearance shall be 0.10 to 0.70 inch (2.6 to 17.7 mm).
Deleted.

6. Install upper
(paragraph 71-29).

and

lower

engine

cowling

Remove bolt (18). Remove actuator (9).


NOTE

Position duct (2, Figure 71-44) over duct (8).

2. Align forward flanges of duct (2) with valve


assembly (5).

5.

Remove 24 screws (8). Remove valve body (37).


NOTE

No more than four patches are allowed per duct.

71-109. Transition Ducts Installation

1.

4.

Accomplish step 7 and step 8 only if it is


necessary to remove fitting (27).
7.

Remove six screws (26). Remove fitting (27).

8. If shims (21 and 24) are present, index shims for


reinstallation in same location.
71-112. Valve Assembly Inspection
1. Inspect valve (4, Figure 71-46) for distortion,
cracks, and holes.
2. Inspect door (14) for distortion, cracks, and
proper adjustment (Section A-A).
3. Inspect actuator (9) for obvious damage and
secure installation.

71-110. VALVE ASSEMBLY


NOTE
The following maintenance instructions are
for right valve assembly (7, Figure 71-42).
Maintenance procedures for left valve
assembly (3) are the same.

4. Inspect electrical connector (11) and electrical


wiring (30) for obvious damage.
71-113. Valve Assembly Repair

MATERIALS REQUIRED

71-111. Valve Assembly Removal


1. Remove transition
(paragraph 71-106).

duct

(2,

Figure

71-44)

2. Remove 24 screws (6, Figure 71-46). Remove


cover (38).
3.

Rev. 11

NUMBER

NOMENCLATURE

C-353

Sealing Compound

1. Local
dings,
dents,
and
bumps
exceeding 0.25 inch (6.3 mm) depth and

Remove bolt (36).

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Refer to BHT-ALL-SPM for specifications.

30 APR 2010

not
1.0

ECCN EAR99

B HT-212-M M

ADJUST ACTUATOR STOP


NUT TO HOLD DOOR FLUSH

(+0.03,-0.0) (+0.76, -0.0 mm)


IN FULLY RETRACTED POSITION

FWD

7
SECTION A-A
CROSS SECTION DETAIL OF VALVE

Lt's

Actuator mount lug


Electrical connector

20.
21.
22.

333

Actuator

12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.

+O+

9.

10.
11.

VIEW B

Cotter pin
Shim
Thin steel washer
Screw
Fitting
Thin steel washer
Actuator mount lug
Electrical wire
Cotter pin
Nut
Thin steel washer
Thin steel washer
Thin steel washer
Bolt
Valve body
Valve cover
Vim,

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Left valve assembly


Transition duct
Middle firewall
Right valve assembly
Washer
Screw
Thin steel washer
Screw

1.

23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
Washer
28.
29.
Screw
Door
30.
Rod end
31.
32.
Jamnut
Thin steel washer 33.
Bolt
34.
Thin steel washer 35.
Thin steel washer 36.
37.
Shim
Nut
38.

212-M-71-46

Figure 71-46.

Engine air management system valve

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BHT-212-MM

in. (25.4 mm) diameter may be ignored or


repaired at operator discretion provided there
is no interference with operation of valve box
assembly.

reparable. Cracked support brackets shall be

replaced.

Seals and gaskets are not reparable.

9.

-4^S11

(nom

Local dings, dents, or bumps exceeding


0.25 in. (6.35 mm) depth and greater than 1.0
in..(25.4 mm) diameter shall be repaired or
part replaced. Rework shall restore damaged
2.

Cracks in support brackets are not

8.

71-114. Installation.

area to original contour or limits stated in step


step

NOTE

11.

J.6

Use of beeswax, paste-type drill and


tap lubricant, or bar soap on screws

Damage in flat surfaces which can be


y..

3.

and bolts will reduce damage to


nutplates and make installation
0

,Um

a)a

.1.+

cleaned up within a 2.0 in. (50.8 mm)


diameter hole may be repaired using a
0)0)0

figure 71-47,
71-47 view A). Apply a bead
doubler (figure

easier.

edges of doubler.

=3<r[

a)++-0

remove local wrinkles and surface

from valve body (37).


0

Attachment flanges may be reworked to

4.

Remove valve cover (38, figure


figure 71-46)
71-46

1.

,m

of sealing compound (C-353)


C-353 around the

2.

reinforcement angle (view B). Cracks through

3.

Position valve body (37) on firewall (3).

Install 21 washers (7) and screws (8).

NOTE

.X,

(ADO)

deformities. Cracks in flange where crack


does not originate from a hole may be stopdrilled using 0.094 in. (2.388 mm) diameter
and an angle reinforcement added (figure
figure 717147
47, view B). Where crack extends to spotwelded flange, stop-drill is permitted through
flange and box. Where cracks are through
nutplate hole pattern, remove nutplate, clean

if

3(a

a single hole may be stop-drilled and a

interference occurs between

actuator (9) and door (14).

Q-++

out flange area, and install nutplate on

:l<

((D

Shims (21 and 24) are required only

Position fitting (27) on firewall (3). Install


four washers (25) and screws (26).

4. Position actuator (9) on fitting (27).


Install bolt (18), washers (17, 19, 20, and 28),
and nut (22) as illustrated. Install cotter pin

6.

NA)

.1-+

Only one repair per flange is allowed.

5.

on each of surfaces. No more than two

5.

Damage on one surface which overlaps


another shall be classified as being a repair
((DD

can be combined and repaired with same


doubler shall be classified as one repair.

(32). Install cotter pin (31).

6.

Repairs to door hinge fittings, other than

Position electrical lead of actuator (9)

through firewall and install jamnut.


E

7.

Position actuator (9) on door (14). Install


bolt (36), washers (33, 34, and 35), and nut
}..

figure 71-47,
71-47 view A, are allowed
repairs per figure
per surface. Repairs on one surface which

(23).

S1)

reinforcement angle installed.

buffing out minor surface damage, are not


allowed. Repairs due to cracks in door shall

NOTE

Use suitable electrical workaid to

G)O(

fl.

accomplish steps
steps 77. and 88.

7.

Operate actuator (9) to full retract

position.

OA)

consist of stop-drilling (0.094 in. (2.388 mm)


diameter) all cracks and attaching a doubler
made of 0.012 in. (0.305 mm) thick corrosion
resistant steel, MIL-S-6721, or equivalent.

Measure dimension between door


(`) `.C

(14) and valve body (37) (section A-A). If


door is not flush within 0.03 in. (0.76 mm),
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BHT-212-MM

2.00 (50.8 mm) DIAMETER MAXIMUM


AFTER CLEAN-UP

0.75 - 1.00 (19.05 - 25.4mm)


FASTENER SPACING

I
DOUBLER
MAKE FROM

0.50 (12.70 mm) MINIMUM

0.020 (0.508 mm) THICK

TO EDGE

STEEL MIL-S-6721 OR
EQUIVALENT

VIEW A

STOP-DRILL (0.094 (2.388 mm) DIAMETER)


CRACK BEFORE INSTALLATION

CLEAN OUT AREA


AROUND NUTPLATE
HOLES. INSTALL NUTPLATE
ON REPAIR ANGLE

0.75 - 1.00 (19.05 - 25.4 mm)


TYPICAL FASTENER SPACING

TYPICAL ANGLE REPAIR.


THICKNESS OF REPAIR ANGLE
EQUAL TO OR ONE GAUGE
THICKER THAN ORIGINAL

VIEW B

Figure 71-47.

212-M-71-47

Engine air management system valve assembly repair

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BHT-212-MM-9

adjust rod end (15) to obtain proper door position.

5. Remove the forward duct (3) from the induction


baffle (2) as follows:

8. Operate actuator (9) through full throw in both


directions and check for binding and interference. If
actuator touches edge of door (14), install shims (21
and 24) as required.

a. Remove screws (5) and washers (6) securing


forward duct (3) to induction baffle (2).
b. Remove forward duct (3).

9. After actuator is adjusted, install electrical


connector (11).
10. Position cover (38) on body (37) and install 24
washers (5) and screws (6).

71-117. Forward Ducts Inspection


1. Inspect forward duct (3, Figure 71-48) and the
forward transition duct (4) for evidence of distortion,
cracks, and holes.

71-115. FORWARD DUCTS


2. Inspect ducts for secure installation of attaching
screws.

NOTE
Maintenance procedures for the right
forward duct are given. Procedures for the
left forward duct are the same.

71-118. Forward Ducts Installation

NOTE
NOTE

Use of beeswax, paste-type drill and tap


lubricant or bar soap on bolts and screws
will reduce damage to nutplates and make
installation easier.

The
forward
transition
duct
(4,
Figure 71-48) is an integral part of the
engine air inlet cowling (1, Figure 71-16).
71-116. Forward Ducts Removal
1. Remove
forward
(paragraph 71-23).

transmission

cowling

1. Position forward duct (3, Figure 71-48) on


induction baffle (2) and install 10 screws (5) and
washers (6).
2.

2. Remove the engine air inlet cowling (paragraph


71-23).
3. Remove the forward transition duct (3,
Figure 71-16) from the engine air inlet cowling (1) as
follows:
a. Remove the two bolts (4) and washers (5) that
attach the forward transition duct (3) to the engine air
inlet cowling (1).

Install valve assembly (1) (paragraph 71-114).

3. Install the forward transition duct (3,


Figure 71-16) into the engine air inlet cowling (1).
Make sure the seal is properly seated in the flange
sealing ring.
4. Install the two bolts (4) and washers (5) to secure
the forward transition duct (3) to the engine air inlet
cowling (1).

b. Remove the forward transition duct (3) from


the engine air inlet cowling (1).

5. Install the engine air inlet cowlings (paragraph


71-25).

4. Remove the valve assembly (1, Figure 71-48)


(paragraph 71-111).

6. Install forward transmission cowling (paragraph


71-25).

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71-119. INDUCTION BAFFLES


71-120. Induction Baffles Removal
NOTE
Induction baffles (8 and 12, Figure 71-43)
are normally removed with the middle
firewall
and
centerline
firewall
in
conjunction with engine change.
71-121. Induction Baffles Installation
NOTE
Induction baffles (8 and 12, Figure 71-43)
are normally installed with centerline
firewall and middle firewall in conjunction
with engine change.

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71-122. EXHAUST DUCTS


NOTE
Maintenance procedures for right exhaust
duct are given. Procedures for left exhaust
duct are the same.
71-123. Exhaust Ducts Removal
1. Remove right transition duct (2, Figure 71-49)
(paragraph 71-106).
2. Remove 28 nuts (3), 28 bolts (4), and 56
washers (5).

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3
2

5
6
1

FW
STA
180.79

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Valve assembly
Induction baffle
Forward duct
Forward transition duct
Screw
Thin aluminum washer

NOTE
1

The forward transition duct (4) is part of the engine air inlet cowling (1, Figure 71-16).

212_MM_71_0048

Figure 71-48. Engine Air Management System Forward Duct

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1.
2.

Right exhaust duct


Right transition duct

I Nut

Bolt
Washer
6. Engine exhaust flange
4.

5.

DETAIL A

212-M-71-49

Figure 71-49.

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Engine air management system exhaust duct

BHT-212-MM

NOTE

d. No more than four bolt holes are to be


reinforced per single repair.

Some exhaust ducts have 14


mounting holes.

e. A total of two repairs may be made to a

shall not be modified or redrilled to a larger


(00

71-124.

The exhaust flange (6, figure


figure 71-49)
71-49
C15

f.

Remove right exhaust duct (1).

4.

3.0 in. (76.2 mm).

Q03

3. Remove nuts (3), bolts (4), and washers


(5)-

flange provided repairs are not closer than

size to accommodate additional bolts or larger


diameter bolts.

Inspection.

CAUTION

Inspect exhaust duct for secure

S11

installation of nuts (3) and bolts (4).

CD0z=o

A GAP IN EXCESS OF 0.030 IN.


(0.762 MM) BETWEEN EXHAUST

.-.

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'n.

Inspect exhaust duct for secure

DUCT FLANGE AND ENGINE

installation with engine exhaust flange (6).


71-125.

EXHAUST FLANGE MAY CAUSE


NEW REPAIRS TO CRACK WHEN

MOUNTING BOLTS ARE

Repair.

TIGHTENED.

g.

CAUTION

OUT BY COMPETENT, CERTIFIED

gap between flange and engine exhaust

EQUIPMENT.

cause new repairs to crack when mounting

-ALL

ANY REPAIRS REQUIRING

careful check to ensure entire flange is flat


and waveless. Ensure flange will fit engine
flange in excess of 0.030 in. (0.762 mm) may

WELDERS USING CORRECT

bolts are tightened.

U`.'>

If flange (1, figure


figure 71-50)
71-50 is cracked,

-NN

fabricate and install a doubler (2) from

step 44., provided the


material described in step

following conditions are met.

'':3
3(Q

(OD

-Q)

c. After complying with steps


steps aa. and b.,
b
position doubler on flange and weld in place
on three sides.

provided following conditions are met.


a. Not more than
permitted per duct half.
C15

clean.

If duct half (3 or 4, figure


is
figure 71-50)
71-50
cracked or damaged, repair is permitted
2.

+..1

b. Before installing the doubler, check

flange to ensure it is flat, waveless, and

h. If a total of 25% or more of flange area


requires repair, exhaust duct is not airworthy.
Replace with a serviceable exhaust duct.

000

If flange is cracked between bolt holes


or from bolt holes to outboard edge of flange,
cracks shall be welded and ground smooth.
Use tungsten inert gas (TIG) fusion method of
welding with argon shielding.
a.

(c$

3"-

exhaust flange within 0.030 in. (0.762 mm). A

WELDING SHALL BE CARRIED

1.

After flange of exhaust duct (1) is

repaired per steps


steps a.
a. through
through f f., make a
Q)

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.................

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3.

mzmm-i.

2.

:.....i

1. Inspect exhaust duct (1, figure


figure 71-49)
71-49 for
distortion, cracks, and holes.

b.

two repairs are

Use TIG fusion welding process with

argon shielding to repair cracks 4.0 in. (101.6


mm) or less in length.
c. Grind and
normal contour.

blend welded cracks to

d. Fabricate a doubler (5) of material


described in step
step 4,
4 formed to fit and overlap
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4.0 (101.6 mm) MAXIMUM


LENGTH FOR REPAIR

CRACK IN FLANGE

VIEW A

1.

2.
3.

4.
5.

Figure 71-50.

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Flange
Doubler

Duct half
Duct half
Doubler

Engine air management system exhaust duct repair

BHT-212-MM
figure 71-49)
71-49 for worn,
exhaust flange (6, figure

shielding to attach doubler on all four sides to


duct half.

engine representative for evaluation of engine


exhaust section.

e. Duct halves shall not be replaced. If


exhaust duct is damaged to the extent that
replacement of a duct- half is indicated,
exhaust duct is not airworthy. Scrap

5. Make doublers from corrosion resistant

Exhaust ducts with bulges, dents, or

m<<

(n00

O%<

4(D

Material thickness varies from

alternate.

-I-

(n0

0.025, 0.032, 0.040 to 0.050 in, (0.635, 0.813,


1.016 to 1.27 mm). Use Hastalloy X filler rod
per AMS 5798.
a)Q-

f.

steel N-155 per AMS5532. Hastalloy X


material per AMS 5536 is an acceptable
(if

serviceable exhaust duct.

Consult Pratt & Whitney

other damage.

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E+-

damaged exhaust duct and replace with

elongated, or distorted bolt holes, cracks, and


='(m

0-0

underlying weld area by 1.0 in. (25.4 mm) in


all directions. Place doubler over weld area.
Use TIG fusion welding method with argon

other damage (whether from repairs or abuse)


are not airworthy. Scrap damaged exhaust

71-126.

duct.

figure 71711. Position right exhaust duct (1, figure


49
49) over engine exhaust flange (6).

duct and replace with a serviceable exhaust

Installation.

O)d

33O

E=r

It is permissible to modify the 14 bolt hole


flange of exhaust duct to 28 bolt hole flange
3.

by drilling 14 0.267 to 0.286 in. (7.010 to


7.264 mm) holes to match hole pattern,

2.

Install 28 nuts (3), 28 bolts (4), and 56

washers (5).

provided following conditions are met:

NOTE

Some exhaust ducts have 14

.z.

L4-

70

a. No previous repair to flange and none


required at time of modification.

Exhaust duct shall be free of cracks


and repairs before and after modification.
=+.o

b.

CCs

With any exception, exhaust duct is not


-0-0

airworthy. Scrap exhaust duct if cracked or if


repair is required after modification.

mounting holes.
3.

Install 14 nuts (3), 14 bolts (4), and 28

washers (5).

4. Install right transition duct (2) (paragraph


paragraph
71-109).
71-109

If bolt holes in flange of exhaust duct are


worn, elongated, or distorted, inspect engine
4.

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