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Fuel System

Fuel System

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Cessna 411
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411 SERVICE MANUAL
FUEL
SYSTEM
11-1
SECTION 11
(
FUEL SYSTEM
Table
of
Contents
Page
FUEL
SYSTEM
11-1
General Description
11-1
Troubleshooting
11-3
MAIN TANKS
11-4Removal
.
11-4
Disassembly
11-4Inspection
and
Repair
11-4
Assembly
11-4
Installation
11-6SNIFFLE
VALVE
11-6
Removal
.
11-6
Installation 11-6
MAIN TANK
FUEL
TRANSFER
PUMP
11-6Removal
.
11-6
Disassembly
11-6Cleaning
and
Inspection
11-6Assembly
11-6A
AUXILIARY FUE L
PUMP11-6BRemoval
.
11-6B
Installation
11-6BAuxiliaryFuel
Pump
Low
Adjustment
11-6B
AUXILIARY WING
CELLS
11-6BRemoval
.
11-6BInspection
and
Repair
11-8
Installation
11-8
INDICATOR SYSTEM
11-8Removal
of
Fuel Quantity
Sending UnitWing
Cells
11-8
GeneralDescription
The
aircraft
standard
fuel
system consists
of two
main
tanks
integrally
sealed
(wet)
mounted
to
each
wing
tip
and two
auxiliary
tanks
interconnected synthetic rubber cells
mounted
in
each
Wing. The
op
tional
fuel
system consists
of a
synthetic
rubber cell
mounted
outboard
of
the
auxiliary
tanks,
in
each
Wing.
The optional tanks
are
interconnected
to
theauxiliary
tanks
in
each
Wing. On
aircraft
411-0261 and ON, awing
locker
fuel
system
(optional) is
installed
in
theforward section
of
each
wing
locker.
Thefuel
capac
ity
for
the main,
auxiliary,
optional and
(optional)Wing
locker
fuel
tanks
are
specified
under the
General
Information
in
Section
1.
An
electrically
operated auxiliary
fuel
pump,
usedfor
vapor
suppression
and
to
provide
fuel
pressure
for starting,
is
contained
in
the bottom
of
each main
tank.
From the
auxiliary
fuel
pump, fuel
is
fed to a
selector
valve,
located
in
each
wing,
throughthe fuel
strainer
and
engine-driven
fuel pump,
thru
the fuel
control
and
metering
unit
to
the engines.
A
vapor
re
turn
line
is
installed
to
return
fuel
vapors from
each
engine-driven
fuel pump
to
the
main
wing
tank.
There
is
no
vapor
return
line
to
the
auxiliary
tanks
or
op-
Page
Installation
of
FuelQuantity
SendingUnit Wing
Cells11-9
.
FUEL
LINES AND VENTS
11-9
Removal
of
Fuel
Lines
11-9
Installation
of
Fuel
Lines 11-13FUEL
QUANTITY SENDING UNITS MAIN TANKS
11-13Removal11-13
Installation
11-13Operational
Check
11-13SELECTOR
VALVES
11-13Removal
of
Fuel
Selector
Valves11-13
Installation
of
Fuel
Selector
Valves 11-13FUEL SELECTOR
CONTROL SYSTEM
11-14Removal
11-14
Ins
tallati
on
11-14
Rigging
11-14Operational
Check
Fuel SelectorControls
11-17
WING LOCKER
FUEL
SYSTEM
11-18
Tr
oublesh
ooting
11-18Removal
of Wing
Locker
Fuel Cell
11-18
Installation
of Wing
Locker Fuel Cell
11-18
Removal
of Wing
Locker
Fuel
SystemPlumbing
11-18Installation
of Wing
Locker FuelSystem Plumbing
11-20
Vent
Heaters11-20
tionalfuel tanks;
these
tanks
vent into
the
main tanks.
The
wing
locker
fueltanks
have
an
overboard
vent
line protruding
below
the
wing. A
fuel line
from
each
auxiliary
tank
carries
fuel, by
gravity,
to
the fuel
se
lector
valve.
Neither
auxiliary
tanks
or
optional
tanks
are
equipped
with an
auxiliary
fuel
pump,
as
are
the
main
tanks.
The
wing
locker
fuel
tanks
are
equipped
with a
transfer
pump mountedoutboard
of
the
wing
locker
to
the
wing
rib.These
pumps
transfer
fuel
from
the
wing
locker
to
the
main
tanks.
A
pressure
switch
is
installed
in
the
wing
locker
fuel
lines
to
operate
an
indicator
light mounted
on
the
instrument
panel
to
illuminate
after
thefuel
has been
transferred.
It
will
be
necessary
for
the
aircraft
to be flown
with
the fuel
selectors
on MAIN
for
at
least
sixty
minutes
or
until
thirty
gallons
of
fuel
remain
in
themain
tanksbefore
transferring
fuel
from
the
wing
locker tanks.Quick-drain
valves
are
provided
in
the bottom
of
each
main,
auxiliary
and wing
locker
tank
in
addition
to
the
drain
valves
located
in
the
crossover
line
to
draintrapped moisture
and
sediment.
On
aircraft
411-0121and ON and
aircraft
having
the
optional
wing
locker
fuel
tanks
installed
there
is
anoverboard
vent
heater
bonded
to
the vent
tube
protruding
from the
bottom of
each
tank.Chang-e 3
 
11-2
FUEL SYSTEM
411 SERVICE MANUALSTANDARD
FUEL
SYSTEM
VDl'
DAT_
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PRIME SWITCH
VAPOR RETURN LINE
LEFT ,
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FLOW
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CODE
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VAPORSEPARATOR
LEFT
ENGINE
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PUMP
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FUEL PRESSURE
ADJUfTI'tNGSCREW'
FUEL
PRESSURE
SWITCH
FOR AUX. PUMPS
f1LTf:R
SCREEtlRIGHT
EPn::iIN&
FUEL CONTROL
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411 SERVICE MANUAL
FUEL
SYSTEM
11-3
Trouble
Shooting
the
Fuel System.
TROUBLEPROBABLE
CAUSECORRECTIONNO
FUEL
QUANTITYINDICATION
FUEL
DRIPS
FROM
OVER
BOARD DRAIN
TUBE
IN
NACELLE
AUXILIARY FUE L
PUMP
INOPERATIVEAUXILIARY FUE L
PUMP
RUNS
AT
HIGH
SPEED
WITHAUXILIARY
FUE
L
PUMP
SWITCH IN "ON" POSITIONWITH ENGINE RUNNINGAUXILIARY
FUELPUMP
RUNS
AT
SLOW
SPEED
WITHAUXILIARY
FUELPUMP
SWITCH
"ON"
AND ENGINENOT RUNNINGENGINES
WILL
NOT
START
OR CONTINUE TO RUN
AFTER
STARTING
Fuel
tank empty.
Fuel
quantity
indicator
circuitbreaker
open.Loose connection
or
open
circuit.
Defective
fuel
quantity indicator.
Defectivefuelquantity
sending
unit.
Mixture
lever
not
in IDLE
CUT
OFF.
Mixture
lever
not
in
IDLE
CUT
OFF
due
to
improper
rigging.
Distribution
valve
is
leaking.
Broken
fuel
line
or
loose
fitting.
Master
switch
OFF.
Cir-cuit
breaker
open.
Open
circuit
or
loose
connection.
Defective
fuel
pump.
Defective
fuel
pressure
switch.
Prime
switch hasbeenactuated
momentarily.
Defective
auxiliary
fuel pump.
Fuel
tank
empty.Fuel
selector
valve
in
OFF
po
srtion,
Mixture
in
IDLE
CUT-OFF.
Engine
overprimed.
Fuel
strainer
in
fuel
control
unit
dirty.
Auxiliary
fuel pump
switch
not
in
PRIME
position.
Pluggedfuelcap
vent.Bypassvalve
in
engine-driven
fuelpump
stuck.
Fill
tank
with
correct
grade
of
fuel.
Reset
circuit breaker.
Tighten connections
and
check
wiring.
Replace
fuel quantity
indicator.
Replace
fuel
quantity sending
unit.
Place
mixture
lever
in
IDLE
CUT
OFF.
Rig
mixture control
in
accordance
with
rigging
procedure.Repair
or
replace.
Checkfuel
lines
and fittings.
Turn
master
switch
ON.
Reset
circuit breaker.
Check
circuit
and
repair.
Replace
fuelpump.
Replace
fuel
pressure
switch.
Move
auxiliary
pump
switch
to
the
OFF
position.Replace
auxiliary
fuel
pump.
Fill
tank with
correct
grade
of
fuel.
Move
fuel
selector
valve
to
desired
tank.Set
mixture
to
FULL
RICH.
Place mixture control
in
IDLE
CUT
OFF, turn
engine
over
several
revo
lutions
with
throttle
WIDE
OPEN.Clean
fuel
control
unit
strainer.
Place
auxiliary
fuel pump
switch
in
PRIME
position.Clean
vent.
Replace
engine-driven
fuel
pump.
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