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1- powers the flight recorder on the ground
2- OFF light should go out


1- when you push the test switch, the ADIRU sends an overspeed signal to the aural
warning module.
2- the aural warning module makes the clacker sound.
3- NO 1 tests the overspeed warn circuit in the left ADIRU.
4- NO 2 tests right ADIRU circuit.
5- test is inhibited while airborne.
Note: ADIRU = air data inertial reference unit


1- requires that all transfer buses are powered for up to 4 min.
2- each test switch tests its respective (SMYD).
3- NO. 1 SMYD computer shakes the Capt control column. [Type a quote from the document or
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4- NO. 2 SMYD computer shakes the FO control column.
5- test is inhibited while airborne.
Note: (SMYD) = Stall Management Yaw Damper Computer

(spring loaded to TK / GS)
1- use only during alignment (disabled in flight or in ATT mode)
2- all lights in the ISDU illuminate for about 3 sec., then for 8 sec. fault messages are
generated, followed by internal self-test
3- master caution and IRS lights on the annunciator panel illuminate for about 3 sec.
4- positioning the Lights Test switch on the center instrument panel to test also illuminates
all lights in the ISDU.
Note: TK / GS = (Track / Ground Speed)
(ISDU) = IRS Inertial System Display Unit


1- press to test all panel lights
is used by maintenance and connects the voltmeter and frequency meter to the power
systems test module for selection of additional reading points
1- normal indications for all positions are:
AC Voltmeter 115 5 volts
AC Freqs 400 CPS 10 CPS
2- if you see any other reading you may have a problem.

is used by maintenance and connects the voltmeter and frequency meter to the power
systems test module for selection of additional reading points.

MAINT button
1- works on ground only (connects to BITE for ELEC light fault analysis)
2- put the AC and DC selectors to TEST
3- push the MAINT button
4- each light module will illuminate (there are 6) then the message NO FAULTS STORED
is displayed
5- if a fault exists the message will appear across the LED alphanumeric display: PANEL
6- the letter "I" may follow the fault message meaning that the fault is intermittent and that
the fault is not set at this time.
7- push the MAINT button after each message to cycle through the messages
8- holding the MAINT button clears the message(s).
Window Heat System Tests
1- WINDOW HEAT switches . . . .ON
3- OVERHEAT lights On
4- ON lights Extinguish
( Lights extinguish after approximately 1 min)
7- ANTI-ICE annunciator On
8- WINDOW HEAT switches . . . .RESET. (Position the WINDOW HEAT switches OFF,
then ON).
1- WINDOW HEAT switches . . . .ON (Do not perform the power test when all ON lights
are illuminated).
3- WINDOW HEAT TEST switch . .PWR (The controller is forced to full power, bypassing
normal temperature control. Overheat protection is still available).
5- WINDOW HEAT ON lights . . . .Illuminated. (If any ON light remains extinguished,
the window heat system is inop. Observe the max airspeed limit of 250 kts below 10,000

Cockpit Voice Recorder TEST switch

1- after a slight delay and no faults are detected:
2- status light illuminates momentarily
3- a tone may be heard through a headset plugged into HEADSET jack.


1- pressing does a check of the continuity of the sensing elements.
2- if the sensing element has continuity both WING-BODY OVERHEAT lights illuminate.
3- same as a real alarm.
4- MASTER CAUTION and AIR COND annunciator lights illuminate
5- if the sensing element does not have continuity, there are no indications.
6- there is no difference between a real alarm and a short circuit.
1- press if the fault condition has been corrected.
2- lights remain illuminated until reset.
3- resets
4- does not reset the WING-BODY OVERHEAT.


1- illuminates all system lights on forward and aft overhead panels, and some lights on
Captain and FO instrument panels to full brightness
2- placing the Lights Test switch in the test position will result in a MASTER CAUTION
recall and any stored fault will cause the associated annunciator light to remain illuminated
when the switch is released to BRT/DIM
3- the fire warning system has its own test switch on the P8 panel
4- marker beacon lights, NAV and COMM radio frequencies, transponder code, clock
LCD, auto throttle / auto pilot annunciator, and MCP panel ON lights do not test.

Autopilot/ Autothrottle Indicator Test

1-TEST switch 1:
- all amber ( A/P P/RST , A/T P/RST and FMC P/RST )

2- TEST switch 2:
- 2 reds. (A/P P/RST , A/T P/RST)
, 1 amber (FMC P/RST )


1- 2 self-tests are available, a short test and a long test
2- the short test
A- short self-test is intended to provide a confidence, Go / No Go, test to show that the
EGPWS is fully operational
B- may be initiated either on the ground or in the air (inhibited between lift off and 1000 ft
3- the long test
A- the full vocabulary test, which may be initiated only on the ground, lists all features
available in that airplane
B- it is initiated by pressing and holding the test button until self-test voices start
C- it annunciates all configured and activated alert voices, including warning voices,
caution voices and approach callout voices
D- if you have a mixed fleet, it's a good idea to listen to the long test to see just what
options that particular airplane has loaded
4- there are 6 levels of self-tests that can be done
1 the short and long tests 4 Fault history
2 Current faults 5 Alert history
3 System configuration 6 Discrete input test
5- to quickly navigate to the next level, after each self-test starts push the SYS TEST
switch for 1 sec
A- a short cancel stops a test sequence and a long cancel stops a self-test level
B- push the test switch for < 2 sec for a short cancel and > 2 sec for a long cancel
Level 1 self-test (Go / No Go)
- the short Level 1 self-test is a subset of the long self-test
- it is initiated by pressing the test switch for 1 sec (Press to continue)
Level 2 self-test provides annunciation of all faults existing at the time of the test
- it is initiated by pressing the test button within 3 sec of the end of level 1 self-test
- Current Faults, No faults (Press to continue)
Level 3 self-test provides annunciation of the system configuration
- it is initiated by pressing the test button within 3 sec of the end of level 2 self-test
- GPWC part #, GPWC mod status, GPWC serial #, Software Version, Terrain DB
Version, Envelope Mod db, Boot code Version, A/C type, Audio menu, Altitude callout
menu, Configuration Option selected, Optional inputs selected, Dual GPS status, Dual ILS
status, Dual RA status, Windshear caution status, PWS option status, Bank angle option
status, Peaks status, Obstacle awareness status (Press to continue)
Level 4 self-test provides annunciation of the faults recorded over the last 10 flight legs
- it is initiated by pressing the test button within 3 sec of the end of level 3 self-test
- Fault History (Press to continue)
Level 5 self-test provides annunciation of the alerts (cautions and warnings) recorded
over the last 10 flight legs.
- it is initiated by pressing the test button within 3 sec of the end of level 4 self-test
- Warning History (Press to continue)
Level 6 self-test provides Discrete Tests (Press to exit)

VHF TEST switch

1- removes automatic squelch feature, permitting reception of background noise to test
receiver ops
2- improves reception of weak signals
- technique: place standby ADI / ISFD in APP and test at same time

VOR test
1- the captains NAV control panel does a test of VOR/MB receiver 1 and the FOs NAV
control panel does a test of VOR/MB receiver 2
2- set the mode selector on the EFIS CP to the VOR position
3- with a valid VOR frequency tuned and a course of 000 selected, push the test switch
A- shows VOR fail flag
B- deviation bar biases out of view and then returns to centered position
C- bearing pointer slews to 180
D- DME displays:
1- DME fail flag
2- dashes
3- normal DME distance

ILS test
1- the captains NAV control panel does a test of MMR 1 and the FO NAV control panel
does a test of MMR 2
2- select the APP mode on the EFIS CP
3- with a valid ILS frequency tuned and a course within 90 of airplane heading, push the
test switch
A- pointers disappear and LOC and G/S flags appear momentarily
B- pointers appear and display one dot up and one dot left
C- pointers then display one dot low and one dot right
D- pointers then return to normal display
E- DME displays:
1- DME fail flag
2- dashes
3- normal DME distance


1- leave in TEST when not is use
2- shows test pattern and any fault messages on MAP, center MAP, VOR, and APP
modes, with WXR selected
3- with predictive windshear

Note: If the airplane is on the ground and the thrust levers are not advanced for takeoff,
WXR tests the predictive windshear system (PWS) indications
A- these include PWS FAIL, PWS caution, and PWS warning
B- deactivating WXR on the EFIS CP will not discontinue the test and can result in
automatic WXR activation on both pilot displays
C- the PWS test lasts approximately 15 sec.

EFIS mode selector . . . . . . . . . . MAP, MAP CTR, VOR, or APP

Weather Radar Mode . . . . . . . . . . TEST
WXR (EFIS CP) . . . . . . . . . . ON
1- verify test pattern consisting of the colors green, yellow, red, and magenta
If testing of the PWS system is desired:
Weather Radar Mode . . . . . . . . . . Deselect TEST
WXR (EFIS CP) . . . . . . . . . . ON
Weather Radar Mode . . . . . . . . . . TEST
2- verify the amber WINDSHEAR caution, red WINDSHEAR warning and PWS
FAIL annunciations display momentarily and then extinguish
Note: In the short time the weather radar is on and not in the TEST position, it will radiate.

Transponder Test
1- starts ATC transponder functional test

2- test pattern on the display provides verification of the intruder symbols

3- if the radar display is operating in a weather function, this test appears over weather.

Fire Test
TEST switch lets you to do two tests

1- one test is for the fault detection circuits; the other is for the fire detector loops
2- verify all 3 fire handles are down and OVHT DET switch in NORMAL

FAULT / INOP switch

1- tests fault detection circuits for both engines and the APU
2- indications of a good test are 5 yellow lights
(2) MASTER CAUTION, OVHT/DET annunciator, FAULT, and APU DET INOP lights
3- MX the FIRE & OVERHEAT DETECTION module is on the E2-2 shelf


1- tests the overheat and fire detector loops on both engines and the APU, and the fire
detector in the wheel well
2- indications of a good test are 11 lights if ac power is on the airplane and the bell
(2) FIRE WARN and (2) MASTER CAUTION lights,
the OVHT/DET annunciator,
ENG 1, 2, and APU fire warning lights (handles),
ENG 1 OVERHEAT and ENG 2 OVERHEAT lights and
the WHEEL WELL light (requires ac power)

3- the alarm bell sounds in the cockpit

4- the APU horn sounds in the wheel well and the APU fire warning light in the wheel well
illuminates flashing
5- does not shut down the APU if it is running

1- 1 tests the forward squib on the L & R bottle (#1 engine), and the single APU squib
2- 2 tests the rear squib on the L & R bottle (#2 engine), and the single APU squib
3- you test the same APU squib with the switch in the 1 or 2 position
4- APU bottle and squib not shown in the graphic
1- illuminated green = the discharge circuits are normal
2- the green test lights have a push-to-test function

Cargo Fire Test

1- test signal sent to the forward and aft cargo fire detector loops and squib circuits
2- if a squib has a fault, the green FWD/AFT light will not come on
3- red fwd and aft lights illuminate when all detectors in selected loops respond to fire test
4- if a FWD or AFT light fails to illuminate, one or more detection loops for the associated
cargo compartment is inop
5- to determine the specific inop loop(s), position DET SEL switch(es) A or B, as required
and do the test again