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TECHNICAL MANUAL FAULT ISOLATION ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

AUXILIARY POWER UNIT SYSTEM

USAF SERIES AC-130U, C-130H SERIAL NO. AF74-01658 AND UP, HC-130(H)N, LC-130H, MC-130E SERIAL NO. AF64-0551, MC-130H, AND MC-130W AIRCRAFT
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LIST OF TABLES.............................................................................................................. ii LIST OF SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS............................................................................... iii INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................v Purpose.............................................................................................................................v Usefulness........................................................................................................................v Safety ...............................................................................................................................v Arrangement....................................................................................................................v Special Instructions for Open Circuit Breakers ...........................................................v Conditions Not Covered By This Manual .....................................................................v Abbreviations and Symbols ............................................................................................v Effectivity....................................................................................................................... vi Using This Publication ................................................................................................. vi I GENERAL INFORMATION .......................................................................................... 1-1 1-1 General......................................................................................................... 1-1 1-2 Fault Reporting Manual (FRM) ................................................................. 1-1 1-3 Fault Isolation Manual (FIM) .................................................................... 1-1 1-4 Special Tools and Test Equipment Required for Fault Isolation............ 1-4 AUXILIARY POWER UNIT (APU)............................................................................... 2-1 2-1 General......................................................................................................... 2-1 2-2 Malfunction Index ....................................................................................... 2-1 2-3 Numeric Fault Code Index ......................................................................... 2-1 2-4 Preparation Procedures .............................................................................. 2-5 2-5 Fault Isolation Diagrams.......................................................................... 2-21

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Auxiliary Power Unit Malfunctions ........ 4900A01-4900B01 ........... 2-1 APU Start Fault Codes (Airplanes Prior to AF92-0547 and AF92-3021 Through AF92-3024 Except HC-130(H)N Airplanes AF88-2101 Through AF90-2103 and MC-130H, AC-130U Airplanes) .............................. 4900001-4900015 ............. 2-1 APU Start Fault Codes (HC-130(H)N Airplanes AF88-2101 Through AF90-2103, Airplanes AF92-0547 Through AF92-2104 and AF92-3281 and Up) ....................... 4900001-4900015 ............. 2-3 APU Run and Shutdown Fault Codes .... 4900101-4900113 ............. 2-4 APU Start Fault Codes (AC-130U, MC-130H, or MC-130W Airplanes) ..... 4900001-4900028 ............. 2-4.1 APU Run and Shutdown Fault Codes (AC-130U, MC-130H, or MC-130W Airplanes)............................................... 4900101-4900120 ............. 2-4.2

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APU Door Warning Electrical Schematic Diagram .......................................... 2-311 APU Control Electrical Schematic Diagram ..................................................... 2-315 APU Control Electrical Schematic Diagram (AC-130U Airplanes) .............. 2-320.1 APU Control Electrical Schematic Diagram (MC-130H and MC-130W Airplanes) ..................................................................................... 2-320.5 APU Door Control Electrical Schematic Diagram ............................................ 2-321 Landing Gear Touchdown Circuit Electrical Schematic Diagram .................. 2-323 APU Tachometer Generator Electrical Schematic Diagram............................ 2-325 APU EGT Indicator Electrical Schematic Diagram.......................................... 2-327 APU Exhaust Gas Temperature Indicator Schematic Diagram (AC-130U, MC-130H, and MC-130W Airplanes) ........................................ 2-328.1 APU Fuel Shutoff Valve Electrical Schematic Diagram .................................. 2-329 In-Line Disconnect Locator ................................................................................. 2-331

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INTRODUCTION
PURPOSE. This publication contains fault isolation procedures for subsystems/modes of operation of the C-130 auxiliary power unit (APU). USEFULNESS. The effectiveness of this publication shall, to a large extent, depend upon active participation in the program by operations and maintenance personnel who use the Fault Isolation Manual. User feedback is the most important factor if the manual is to be maintained upto-date. Use the AFTO Form 22 system to recommend new and/or improved data for incorporation in this publication. SAFETY. Fault isolation procedures in this publication are a guide for troubleshooting and are brief and concise. Comply with Warnings and Cautions to prevent accidental injury or damage. Always turn off the external power selector switch (located on the overhead panel) while opening any overhead panel. Refer to the maintenance manuals (Job Guides) for repair and replacement procedures - always bring the airplane to a safe condition before repair or replacement. ARRANGEMENT. This publication contains Section I - General Information and Section II Auxiliary Power Unit. Refer to the Table of Contents when a specific paragraph needs to be located. Placarding differences between airplanes are separated in the text by a slash. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR OPEN CIRCUIT BREAKERS. When a tripped circuit breaker is encountered, use TO 1C-130(A)U-2-13, TO 1C-130H-2-13, TO 1C-130H-2-14, TO 1C-130(M)E-213, or TO 1C-130(M)H-2-13 to identify circuits which are on the load side of the circuit breaker. Isolate these circuits by removing electrical plugs, switching circuit functions (by changing switch positions), or removing power from the applicable circuit by opening other circuit breakers. Close the tripped circuit breaker. If the circuit breaker trips again, either the airplane wiring is shorted or the circuit breaker is bad; isolate and repair as required. If the circuit breaker remains closed, observe it and bring back on line individual circuits one at a time; when the circuit breaker now trips, the component being brought on line is bad or there may be a bent pin in its plug or connector. Repair the plug or connector or replace the component as required. Perform an operational checkout of the system following the repair action. CONDITIONS NOT COVERED BY THIS MANUAL. The instructions in this manual represent planned action for conditions normally encountered during maintenance. It is almost impossible to account for maintenance difficulties that may be only occasionally encountered. Therefore, the use of local decisions for general repair practices, not involving safety of flight, is encouraged to avoid unnecessary delay when coverage in the manual is incomplete. Any variation from procedures shall be consistent with standard shop practices and shall not detract from overall efficiency and operation of the equipment. ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS. The following non-military-standard abbreviations, terms and symbols appear in this publication: Continuity ESS FIM FLT ENGR FRM FUS STA (FS) GRD Absence of an open circuit Essential Fault isolation manual Flight engineer Fault reporting manual Fuselage station Ground

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Ground fault Hot fault LRU MACAWS SHT x

Measurable ground when there should be some resistance Measurable voltage when there should be none Line replaceable unit Mode Advisory Caution and Warning System Sheet Underline means lower-case pin letter Test point designation Temporary circuit interruption symbol In-line disconnect view identifier

EFFECTIVITY. Time Compliance Technical Order (TCTO) information which affects fault isolation procedures is added to this publication at the same time the maintenance (Job Guide) manuals are revised. This is done in the form of a record of applicable time compliance technical orders. Only current TCTO are listed. A TCTO is deleted from the list when any of the following occurs: a. The equipment configuration to which the TCTO is applicable is no longer covered in the manual. b. The TCTO is rescinded. c. The TCTO is superseded or replaced.
TCTO No. 1C-130-1961 Title Replacement of Multi-Type 1 Indicators on Select C-130H Aircraft Modification of Select C-130H Aircraft to the MC-130W Configuration TCTO Date 1 December 2007

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USING THIS PUBLICATION. Figure i-1 explains how to use this publication whether a fault code is provided or not. Do not skip the preparation procedure. The preparation is necessary to prepare the airplane for fault isolation.

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Section I. GENERAL INFORMATION


1-1. GENERAL. The C-130 auxilliary power unit fault analysis concept is a troubleshooting method composed of two elements: the Fault Reporting Manual (FRM) and the Fault Isolation Manual (FIM).
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Ground maintenance crews may also use FRM procedures (contained in Chapter 17 of TO 1C-130(A)H-2-00FR-00-1, Section XVII of TO 1C-130H-2-00FR-00-1, or Chapter 18 of TO 1C-130(M)H-2-00FR-001) to gain the same results as described in the following paragraph. 1-2. FAULT REPORTING MANUAL (FRM). Flight crews use FRM methods to inform maintenance personnel about malfunctions the flight crews encounter. As directed by the FRM procedures, the flight crew makes checks and observations to help isolate the malfunction. Questions that deal with symptoms and conditions occurring at the time of the failure are answered. The result is a peculiar fault code which represents those specific symptoms and conditions accompanying the malfunction. In order that each fault code may be identified and continuity made possible between the fault reporting manual (FRM) and the fault isolation manual (FIM), a seven-digit numeric code is assigned to each fault. The first two digits identify the system in which the fault occurred; the next two digits represent the subsystem in which that fault occurred; the remaining three digits are the numerical identification assigned to each fault. System and subsystem identification are assigned in accordance with Specification MIL-M83495. This number and the discrepancy (symptoms) are then entered in the AFTO Form 781A along with any additional details that will be helpful. Using the Fault Isolation Manual, maintenance personnel interpret the fault code and plan maintenance action that allows them to start the fault isolation routine at some block other than block 1. The blocks which are skipped over would normally be used to determine the symptoms and conditions represented by the fault code. Troubleshooting becomes more accurate, and less time and effort is required. 1-3. FAULT ISOLATION MANUAL (FIM). Maintenance personnel use FIM procedures to isolate faults for a system, a functional mode, or a specific failure indication. The procedures are based on a process of elimination; the parts of a system/malfunction are tested in a logical sequence until a specific line replaceable unit (LRU) failure or a wiring fault is found. This eliminates the guesswork replacement of components which are operating properly. a. Contents. Contents of each section of the FIM are: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Malfunction indexes. Fault code indexes. Preparation procedures to be performed prior to fault isolation. Fault isolation diagrams (the actual troubleshooting procedures). Locator illustrations for hardware referenced in the fault isolation diagrams. Schematic diagrams.

b. Malfunction Indexes. The malfunction indexes list malfunctions according to the system and/or mode of operation when the failure occurred, and also contain the alphanumeric fault code. These indexes are to be used when the malfunction occurs during ground maintenance or when the flight crew did not provide a numeric fault code. When using these indexes, troubleshooting always begins at block 1 of the specified fault isolation diagram.

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c. Fault Code Indexes. The fault code indexes list all applicable numeric fault codes in numerical order. Each fault code represents a peculiar malfunction and its associated symptoms which could be encountered by the flight crew. A figure and block number reference for each code tells where to go in the fault isolation diagram to start the actual troubleshooting. All assigned fault code numbers between 4900001 and 4900199 represent auxilliary power unit failures, and are subdivided as follows:
SYSTEM/FAILURE APU start malfunction APU run and shutdown malfunction ASSIGNED FAULT CODE RANGE 4900001-4900099, 4900A01 4900101-4900199, 4900B01

Fault code numbers between 4900201 and 4900399 represent gas turbine compressor (GTC) failures on earlier model airplanes and are covered in TO 1C-130E-2-49FI-00-1. d. Preparation Procedures. Each procedure is contained in a separate figure which uses pictures and words to simplify preparation. When required, preparation procedures must be performed to condition the airplane before starting the actual troubleshooting. Each malfunction and fault code index entry specifies the preparation (if required) to be performed. e. Fault Isolation Procedures. In order to be brief and concise, fault isolation procedures do not include detailed instructions necessary to gain access to components, to disconnect or connect electrical connectors, or to close panels/covers following troubleshooting. Always backtrack through the fault isolation diagram and remove any jumpers, reconnect plugs and hydraulic lines, and reinstall relays, access panels, and other removed components. All maintenance procedures must be properly performed (refer to the applicable Job Guide manual when a problem or question about maintenance procedures arises). The Job Guide manuals also contain replacement procedures to be used when troubleshooting determines the bad component or LRU. Always bring the airplane to a safe condition before replacing specified components. Wiring problems will require the use of TO 1C-130(A)U-2-13, TO 1C-130H-2-13, TO 1C-130H-2-14, TO 1C-130(M)E-2-13, or TO 1C-130(M)H-2-13. f. Fault Isolation Diagrams. The fault isolation diagrams follow the preparation procedures (within a section). The fault isolation diagrams are entered at a point designated by the fault code index or malfunction index. From the point of entry, a series of instructions, questions, and answers lead the mechanic to a defective component or circuit fault. To locate components, a facing illustration is provided. Switch positions shown on these illustrations do not necessarily represent the mode of operation; therefore change switch positions only when specified in the troubleshooting blocks. (1) Flow Sheets. Each flow sheet of a fault isolation diagram contains either two or three columns of blocks. The right column always contains rectangular blocks which state the repair action to be accomplished. The remaining blocks are hexagons that always contain a question to be answered. If the answer to the question is yes, follow the YES arrow to the next block. If the answer to the question is no, follow the NO arrow to the next block. When the arrow refers to another sheet of the figure, always go to the upper left block on the specified sheet. (2) Blocks. The blocks within a fault isolation diagram are numbered consecutively with the block number appearing in the upper left corner of each block. Block number 1 is at the upper left corner of sheet 1 of each figure. The block numbers go down the page, then to the top block in the next column to the right. Additional sheets of a figure continue the number sequence in the same manner until every block in the figure is numbered (there are never two blocks in the same figure with the same number).

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(3) Fault Codes. Any number in the upper right corner of a block is the fault code. Most blocks will not have a fault code, and a few will contain two or more fault codes. These numbers are used to make sure troubleshooting starts at the block number specified in the fault code index. (4) Test Points. A block may contain a test point symbol ( ) as an aid in troubleshooting when an electrical measurement is specified. A note identifies the schematic diagram on which the test point is located. The test points on a schematic diagram show the functional location of the measurement being made. Test point number 1 is always near the upper left corner of the schematic diagram. Test points 2 and up then generally go around the diagram in a clockwise rotation. A single test point reference for voltage measurements means that the voltage is referenced to airplane ground. (5) Circuit Interruption Symbol. A lightning bolt within a circle at the top of a block is a circuit interruption symbol ( ). Its presence means that a live circuit may be temporarily broken to gain access to an electrical measurement point. Circuit breaker(s) or switch(es) feeding the circuit under test are identified elsewhere on the page. If different circuit breaker(s) or switch(es) apply to different blocks on a page, a delta number (example, 1 ) will be added to the circuit interruption symbol. When the symbol appears in a block, open the appropriate circuit breaker(s) or change switch positions before proceeding; break the circuit (remove relay, disconnect plug, etc., specified in the block); then close the circuit breaker(s) or switch(es) before making the electrical measurement specified in the block. (6) Figure References. A figure reference in a rectangular block identifies the electrical schematic diagram that represents the circuit or wiring to be repaired. If a circuit or wiring fault is encountered, refer to TO 1C-130(A)U-2-13, TO 1C-130H-2-13, TO 1C-130(M)E-2-13, or TO 1C-130(M)H-2-13 or TO 1C-130H-2-14, to determine actual wire routing. (7) Effectivity. Airplane delivery schedules and/or modifications can result in mixed fleet configurations. Sometimes, different FIM diagrams, or different paths on a FIM diagram, must be utilized to account for configuration differences. When necessary, the FIM diagram is annotated by model number, tail number, or TCTO incorporation statement to distinguish configuration differences. FIM diagrams not annotated apply to all airplanes. (8) Index Numbers. Index numbers on locator illustrations generally start with number 1 at the upper left corner of the page, and go clockwise around the page. Appropriate directions (forward, aft, inboard, outboard, etc.) and references (fuselage station numbers, etc.) appear near each view on the illustration when the orientation is questionable. g. Schematic Diagrams. Schematic diagrams are grouped at the end of each section. h. In-Line Disconnects. The wing leading and trailing edge disconnects, the center wing tunnel disconnects, the wheelwell disconnects, and the aft fuselage disconnects are not specifically troubleshot in the fault isolation diagrams. These disconnects are shown on the schematic diagrams. An In-line Disconnect Locator figure at the end of each applicable section shows the location of these disconnects. Hex flags ( ) appear adjacent to the affected reference designators on the applicable schematic diagrams. Each hex flag is keyed to the view in the locator figure that shows that particular in-line disconnect.

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SPECIAL TOOLS AND TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR FAULT ISOLATION.


AN type designation or part No. 281069-1 291761-1 AN/PSM-37( )

Nomenclature Engine analyzer (if available) Cable assembly Multimeter

Alternate Equivalent Equivalent Equivalent

Use and application Operate and test APU Connect analyzer to APU Measure voltages and resistances

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Section II.

AUXILIARY POWER UNIT (APU)

2-1. GENERAL. The fault isolation material in this section is used for troubleshooting any auxiliary power unit (APU) malfunction. Contents of this section are malfunction index, fault code indexes, preparation procedures to be performed prior to fault isolation, fault isolation diagrams (the actual troubleshooting procedures), locator illustrations for hardware referenced in the fault isolation diagrams, and schematic diagrams. 2-2. MALFUNCTION INDEX. The malfunction index (table 2-1) is used when a malfunction is encountered during ground maintenance and no numeric fault code was determined from the FRM diagram, when no numeric fault code was provided by the flight crew, or when the flight crew only provided an alphanumeric fault code. Malfunctioning systems/modes of operation are listed in the left column of the table. The middle column contains the alphanumeric fault code, while the right column identifies the preparation and fault isolation figures for troubleshooting.
Table 2-1. Auxiliary Power Unit Malfunctions
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APU start malfunction APU run and shutdown malfunction

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Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 1. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 1.

* If provided by flight crew

2-3. NUMERIC FAULT CODE INDEX. All assigned numeric FRM fault codes for the auxiliary power unit are listed in tables 2-2 and 2-3. Fault codes are listed in numerical order in the left column of the table. The middle column contains the AFTO Form 781A report and lists symptoms and conditions actually observed by the flight crew while performing the FRM procedure. The right column identifies the preparation and fault isolation figures for troubleshooting.
Table 2-2. APU Start Fault Codes (Airplanes Prior to AF92-0547 and AF92-3021 Through AF92-3024 Except HC-130(H)N Airplanes AF88-2101 Through AF90-2103 and MC-130H, AC-130U Airplanes)
Fault code 4900001 4900002 4900003 AFTO Form 781A report EGT indicator did not show increase in reading during start. APU did not sustain rotation when APU CONTROL switch was released to RUN. START light came on but tachometer indicator did not show an increase in reading. Fault isolation reference Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 401. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 379. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 279.

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Table 2-2. APU Start Fault Codes (Airplanes Prior to AF92-0547 and AF92-3021 Through AF92-3024 Except HC-130(H)N Airplanes AF88-2101 Through AF90-2103 and MC-130H, AC-130U Airplanes) - Continued
Fault code 4900004 AFTO Form 781A report START light did not come on and tachometer indicator showed an increase in reading when APU CONTROL switch was placed to START. START light did not come on and tachometer indicator did not show an increase in reading when APU CONTROL switch was placed to START. APU door did not open to approximately 35 degrees when APU CONTROL switch was placed to RUN. DOOR OPEN light did not come on when APU CONTROL switch was placed to RUN. APU door did open. DOOR OPEN light did not come on when APU CONTROL switch was placed to RUN. APU door did not open. BLEED MANIFOLD PRESS gage did not read 0 psi with BLEED AIR VALVE switch in CLOSE position. APU shut down after a few minutes of operation. APU shut down when ON SPEED light came on. Tachometer indicator did not read 95 to 105 percent when ON SPEED light came on. ON SPEED light did not come on within 35 seconds during start. EGT indication exceeded 650 oC during start. START light did not go out at 34 to 41 percent RPM during start. Fault isolation reference Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 270.

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Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 222. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 197. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 228. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 624. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 581. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 561. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 331. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 509. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 494. Replace centrifugal switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-6010.

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Table 2-3. APU Start Fault Codes (HC-130(H)N Airplanes AF88-2101 Through AF90-2103, Airplanes AF92-0547 Through AF92-2104 and AF92-3281 and Up)
Fault code 4900001 4900002 4900003 AFTO Form 781A report EGT indicator did not show increase in reading during start. APU did not sustain rotation when APU switch was released to RUN. Tachometer indicator reading did not increase when APU switch was placed to START. APU door did not open to approximately 35 degrees when APU switch was placed to RUN. APU DR light did not come on when APU switch was placed to RUN. APU door did open. APU DR light did not come on when APU switch was placed to RUN. APU door did not open. APU tachometer indicator does not display correct configuration (Airplanes AF95-1001 and up not modified by TO 1C-130-1961). BLEED MANIFOLD PRESS gage did not read 0 psi with BL AIR switch in OFF position. APU shut down after a few minutes of operation. APU shut down after 95 percent RPM. Tachometer indicator did not read 95 to 105 percent after a few minutes of operation. APU RPM did not stabilize. EGT indication exceeded 650 oC during start. APU starter did not disengage at 34 to 41 percent RPM during start. Fault isolation reference Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 401. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 379. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 279. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 222. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 197. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 228. No preparation required. Go to figure 2-4, block 11.

4900006

4900007

4900008

4900008.1

4900009

Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 624. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 581. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 561. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 332. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 43.1. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 494. Replace centrifugal switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-6010.

4900010 4900011 4900012

4900013 4900014 4900015

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Table 2-4. APU Run and Shutdown Fault Codes


Fault code 4900101 4900102 AFTO Form 781A report APU did not shut down when APU CONTROL/APU switch was placed to STOP. APU door did not close to 15 degree position when auxiliary touchdown relay was deenergized. APU RPM is not stable under a load condition. APU did not remain on speed under a load condition. BLEED MANIFOLD PRESS gage did not read at least 35 psi when BLEED AIR VALVE/BL AIR switch was placed to OPEN/ON. APU emitted blue smoke. APU was not stable under a no-load condition. APU did not shut down when APU fire control handle was pulled. APU fuel shutoff valve did not close after APU was shut down. Elapsed time indicator did not register .1 for every 6 minutes of operation. APU emited blue smoke during shutdown. APU DOOR OPEN/APU DR light did not go off after shutdown. APU shut down but ON SPEED light remained on when APU CONTROL switch was placed to STOP. Fault isolation reference Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 733.1. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 699.1. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 689. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 678. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 647.

4900103 4900104 4900105

4900106 4900107 4900108 4900109 4900110 4900111 4900112 4900113

Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 642. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 636. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 792. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 827. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 777. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 642. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 61. Replace ON SPEED light.

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Table 2-5. APU Start Fault Codes (AC-130U, MC-130H, or MC-130W Airplanes)
Fault code 4900001 4900002 4900003 AFTO Form 781A report EGT indicator did not show increase in reading during start. APU did not sustain rotation when APU CONTROL switch was released to RUN. START light came on but tachometer indicator did not show an increase in reading. START light did not come on and tachometer indicator showed an increase in reading when APU CONTROL switch was placed to START. DOOR OPEN light did not come on when APU CONTROL switch was placed to RUN. APU door did not open. BLEED MANIFOLD PRESS gage did not read 0 psi with BLEED AIR VALVE switch in CLOSE position. Tachometer indicator did not read 95 to 106 percent when ON SPEED light came on. ON SPEED light did not come on within 85 seconds during start. EGT indication exceeded 680 oC during start. APU door did not open to approximately 15 degrees when APU switch was placed to RUN with AUX TOUCHDOWN relay de-energized. APU starter failed to rotate when APU CONTROL switch was placed to START. START light failed to come on. APU starter failed to rotate and START light came on while APU CONTROL switch was in START. APU started normally but shut down after 10 seconds. Starter rotated but cranked engine slowly or not at all. Fault isolation reference Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 401. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 379. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 279. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 270.

4900004

4900008

Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 228. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 624. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A then go to figure 2-4, block 331. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 50.2. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 494. Replace APU door actuator.

4900009

4900012

4900013 4900014 4900016

4900017

Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 598.1. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 851.1. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 384.1. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 393.1.

4900018

4900019 4900020

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Table 2-5. APU Start Fault Codes (AC-130U, MC-130H, or MC-130W Airplanes) - Continued
Fault code 4900021 4900022 4900023 4900024 4900025 4900026 AFTO Form 781A report APU did not light off. APU START light failed to extinguish by 50% RPM. APU torched and/or made booming sound. APU stagnated during start. APU overtemp acceleration to start or there was an overtemp indication. START light came on and APU starter can be heard rotating, but tachometer failed to show an increase in reading or the tachometer indication was erratic or inoperative. Starter rotated then went off when the APU CONTROL switch was released to RUN. APU emitted excessive noise and/or vibration. Fault isolation reference Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 273.1. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 324.1. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 634.1. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 406.1. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 634.6. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 414.1.

4900027

Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 400.1. Replace APU.

4900028

Table 2-6. APU Run and Shutdown Fault Codes (AC-130U, MC-130H, or MC-130W Airplanes)
Fault code 4900101 4900102 AFTO Form 781A report APU did not shut down when APU CONTROL/APU switch was placed to STOP. APU door did not close to 15 degree position when AUXILIARY TOUCHDOWN relay was de-energized. APU did not remain on speed under a load condition. APU emitted blue smoke. APU fuel shutoff valve did not close after APU was shut down. Fault isolation reference Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 733.1. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 699.1. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 678. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 642. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 827.

4900104 4900106 4900109

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Table 2-6. APU Run and Shutdown Fault Codes (AC-130U, MC-130H, or MC-130W Airplanes) Continued
Fault code 4900110 4900111 4900114 4900115 4900116 4900118 4900119 4900120 AFTO Form 781A report Elapsed Time Indicator did not register .1 for every 6 minutes of operation. APU emitted blue smoke during shutdown. APU door failed to close when APU CONTROL switch is placed to STOP. Starter did not disengage. APU bleed air pressure was low (less than 20 psi) with load applied APU had an overtemp indication. APU failed to shut down with RPM greater than 106.5 percent. APU door failed to close when FIRE HANDLE was pulled. Fault isolation reference Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 777. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 642. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 762.1. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 406.1. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 654.1. Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 634.6. Replace Electronic Three Speed Switch (E3SS). Perform figure 2-1, Preparation A, then go to figure 2-4, block 886.1.

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2-4.

PREPARATION PROCEDURES.
WARNING

Improper or inadequate preparation of the airplane may result in injury to personnel and/or damage to the airplane. The applicable preparation procedures must be performed before starting troubleshooting. The preparation is referenced in the malfunction index and fault code index. Each procedure is contained in a figure that illustrates step-by-step actions to be taken to prepare the airplane for troubleshooting.

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Figure 2-1. Preparation A (Sheet 1 of 7)

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Figure 2-1. Preparation A (Sheet 2)

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Figure 2-1. Preparation A (Sheet 3)

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Figure 2-1. Preparation A (Sheet 4)

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Figure 2-1. Preparation A (Sheet 5)

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Figure 2-1. Preparation A (Sheet 6)

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Figure 2-1. Preparation A (Sheet 7)

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Figure 2-2. Preparation B (Sheet 1 of 6)

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Figure 2-2. Preparation B (Sheet 2)

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Figure 2-2. Preparation B (Sheet 3)

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Figure 2-2. Preparation B (Sheet 4)

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Figure 2-2. Preparation B (Sheet 5)

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Figure 2-2. Preparation B (Sheet 6)

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Figure 2-3. Preparation C

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2-5. FAULT ISOLATION DIAGRAMS. The fault isolation diagrams in this section are used for troubleshooting any auxiliary power unit malfunction. When the flight crew uses a FRM fault code to report a malfunction, that number will be found in the fault code index. When no FRM fault code is available, the malfunction index identifies the figure to use for fault isolation. a. Arrangement. One fault isolation diagram is included for the auxiliary power unit. Opposite each flow sheet of a fault isolation diagram is an illustration which shows the physical location of items referenced in individual fault isolation diagram blocks. Double-check these illustrations to verify the correct location when making an observation or measurement. Following the fault isolation diagram are electrical schematic diagrams. The schematic diagrams are laid out so that no portion of the diagram is covered up when folded out for use. Thus it is easy to concurrently locate components, circuits, and test points that are referenced on the fault isolation diagram. b. Using Troubleshooting Data. A thorough description of the fault isolation diagram and other troubleshooting data is provided in Section I. In addition, the Introduction contains an illustrated how-to-use figure for this section. Understand how to use the troubleshooting information before attempting to repair the airplane.

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4900A01, 4900B01

Is engine analyzer test set (5) to be used for troubleshooting? NO

YES

TO SHT 23

2 Is DOOR OPEN/APU DR light (4) off? YES

NO

TO SHT 37

3 Is airplane HC-130(H)N airplane AF882101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 or AF923281 and up? YES NO 6 Is ON SPEED light (2) off? YES NO TO SHT 55

7 Is START light (3) off? YES

NO

10 Replace START light assembly.

4 Is airplane AF95-1001 and up not modified by TO 1C-130-1961? YES NO

8 Does EXH TEMP gage (1) indicate ambient ( 40) oC? YES NO TO SHT 145

TO SHT 5 5 Is APU RPM displayed on indicator? YES 9 Does EXH TEMP gage (1) indicate ambient ( 40) oC? YES

NO

NO

TO SHT 145

TO SHT 3 TO SHT 5

NOTE
1

Airplanes prior to AF92-0547 and AF92-3021 through AF92-3024 except HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF90-2103. HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 and AF92-3281 and up.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 1 of 288)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 2)

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FROM SHT 1 11 4900008.1 14 NO Repair open power circuit. (See figure 2-9.)

Gain access to and disconnect plug P3978RAD from APU tachometer indicator (1). Is 115 VAC present on pin E of plug P3978RAD?
17

YES

12 Temporarily remove electrical power. Is ground present on pin F of plug P3978RAD?


18

15 NO Repair open ground circuit. (See figure 2-9.)

YES

13 Gain access to and disconnect plug P3978RAD from APU tachometer indicator (1). Is there continuity between plug pins Y, a, and c?
14 15 16

16 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-9.)

YES 17 Replace APU tachometer indicator.

NOTE See figure 2-9 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 3)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 4)

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FROM SHT 1 18 Does tachometer indicator (1) read 0? YES NO 25 Replace tachometer indicator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-12.

19 Place APU CONTROL/APU switch (2) to RUN. Did DOOR OPEN/APU DR light (3) come on? YES NO TO SHT 61

20 Did APU door (5) go to open position (approximately 35 degrees)? YES NO TO SHT 69

21 Is airplane HC-130(H)N airplane AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 or AF92-3281 and up? NO YES

23 Start APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-0001. Did reading on tachometer indicator increase? YES NO TO SHT 89

TO SHT 7 22 Start APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-0001. Did START light (4) come on? NO YES 24 Did reading on tachometer indicator increase? YES NO TO SHT 89

TO SHT 85 TO SHT 7

NOTE
1

Airplanes prior to AF92-0547 and AF92-3021 through AF92-3024 except HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF90-2103. HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 and AF92-3281 and up.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 5)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 6)

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FROM SHT 5 26 Did APU sustain rotation when APU CONTROL/APU switch (3) was released to RUN? YES NO TO SHT 119

27 Did EXH TEMP indicator (1) increase in reading? YES NO TO SHT 127

28 Is airplane HC-130(H)N airplane AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 or AF92-3281 and up? NO YES 30 Did starter disengage? YES NO

32 Replace centrifugal switch assembly in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-60-10.

31 29 Did START light (2) go off at approximately 34 to 41 percent RPM? NO YES NOTE If EGT exceeds 677 oC, APU must be replaced. Did EXH TEMP remain below 620 oC during start? YES NO

TO SHT 159

TO SHT 9 33 Replace centrifugal switch assembly in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-60-10.

NOTE
1

Airplanes prior to AF92-0547 and AF92-3021 through AF92-3024 except HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF90-2103. HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 and AF92-3281 and up.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 7)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 8)

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FROM SHT 7 34 Is airplane AF92-0547 through AF92-1538, AF92-3281 and up, AC-130U, HC-130(H)N, or MC130H? NO YES TO SHT 11

35 Did ON SPEED light (2) come on in 35 seconds? YES NO TO SHT 163

36 Did tachometer indicator (1) read 95 to 105 percent? YES NO TO SHT 105

37 Did APU shut down? NO

YES

TO SHT 179

TO SHT 13

NOTE
1 MC-130E AF64-0551. 2. Blocks 38 and 39 have been deleted.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 9)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 10)

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FROM SHT 9 40 Did APU RPM stabilize within 35 seconds (85 seconds for AC130U or MC-130H Airplanes)? YES NO 43.1 Is airplane AC-130U or MC130H? NO

YES

TO SHT 14.1

44

4900013 45 NO Adjust cracking pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-20.

a. Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-02. b. Check cracking pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-20. Is cracking pressure correct? YES

TO SHT 175 41 Perform figure 2-2, Preparation B, to pressurize the bleed air system. Does BLEED MANIFOLD PRESS gage (3) indicate positive pressure? YES NO

TO SHT 163

42 Place BL AIR switch (2) to OFF. Did tachometer indicator (1) read 95 to 105 percent? YES NO TO SHT 105

43 Did APU shut down? YES

NO

TO SHT 179

TO SHT 13

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 11)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 12)

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FROM SHT 9 OR 11 46 Did APU operate on speed after a few minutes of operation? YES NO

TO SHT 185

47 Does BLEED AIR MANIFOLD PRESS gage (1) read 0 PSI? YES NO TO SHT 199

48 Did APU stabilize on speed under a no load condition? YES NO TO SHT 203

49 Did APU emit blue smoke? NO

YES

TO SHT 205

50 Perform figure 2-2, Preparation B, to pressurize the bleed air system. Does BLEED MANIFOLD PRESS gage (1) indicate a minimum of 35 PSI (45 PSI on AC-130U or MC-130H Airplanes)? YES 50.1 Is airplane AC-130U or MC130H? YES

NO

NO

TO SHT 207

TO SHT 15 TO SHT 208.1

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 13)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 14)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 14.1)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 14.2)

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FROM SHT 14.1 50.16 Press to test ON SPEED light (1). Does ON SPEED light (1) come on when pressed? YES NO TO SHT 14.7

50.17 Start APU. Gain access to APU ON SPEED relay (2). Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal X1?
34

50.18 NO Shut down APU. Is continuity present between terminal B1 and X1?
33 34

NO

50.20 Repair open.

YES YES

TO SHT 14.5 50.19 a. Remove power to APU. b. Remove plug from E3SS (3). Is there continuity between E3SS plug pin F and APU ON SPEED relay (2) terminal B1?
64 33

50.21 NO Replace E3SS in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-60-11.

YES 50.22 Repair open circuit.

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6.1 or 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 14.3)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 14.4)

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FROM SHT 14.3 50.23 Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal (3) X2?
113

50.27 YES Repair ground circuit to relay terminal X2.

NO

50.24 Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal (3) B2?


32

NO

50.28 Replace APU ON SPEED relay.

YES

50.25 Gain access to terminals of BLEED AIR VALVE switch (1). Is there 28 VDC on common terminal?
5

NO

50.29 Repair open circuit.

YES

50.26 Gain access to terminals of APU ON SPEED light (2). Is there 28 VDC on terminal 2?
7

50.30 YES Replace ON SPEED light assembly.

NO 50.31 Repair open circuit between BLEED AIR VALVE terminal and terminal 2 of APU ON SPEED light.

NOTE See figure 2-6.1 or 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 14.5)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 14.6)

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FROM SHT 14.3 50.32 a. On MC-130H aircraft, ensure instrument panel lights dimmer is placed to full bright position. b. Shut down APU. NO c. Remove power from APU. d. Gain access to ON SPEED light terminals. Is ground present on light terminal 1?
8

50.33 Repair ground circuit.

YES

50.34 Replace ON SPEED light assembly.

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6.1 or 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 14.7)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 14.8)

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FROM SHT 13 51 Perform figure 2-3, Preparation C to turn on the air conditioning systems. Did APU remain on speed under a load condition? YES NO

TO SHT 217

52 Did APU operate smoothly under a load condition? YES NO

54.1 Is Airplane AC-130U or MC130H? NO

YES

TO SHT 16.1

TO SHT 221 53 Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-02. Did APU shut down? YES NO TO SHT 235

54 a. Place APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) to RUN to open APU door (3). b. Open TOUCHDOWN RELAY circuit breaker (2). Did APU door go to 15 degrees open position? YES

NO

TO SHT 225

TO SHT 17

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 15)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 16)

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FROM SHT 15 54.2 Disconnect electrical plugs from compressor discharge solenoid (2) and load control valve (1). Does continuity exist between the following pins? Discharge Solenoid A B
94 93
100

NO

54.5 Repair open.

Load Control Valve A B


99

YES

54.3 Does continuity exist between receptacle pins A and B of compressor discharge solenoid valve?
94 93

54.6 NO Replace compressor discharge solenoid valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-50-14.

YES

54.4 a. Connect electrical plugs to compressor discharge solenoid valve (2) and load control valve (1). b. Start APU. c. Check and/or adjust no load governing speed for 102 ( 1)%. Does problem persist? YES

54.7 NO Fault corrected. (No further action required).

TO SHT 16.3

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6.1 or 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 16.1)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 16.2)

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2-36.3

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FROM SHT 16.1 54.8 a. Shut down APU. b. Remove and inspect fuel control filter (1). Is filter serviceable? YES NO 54.11 Replace filter.

54.9 Inspect fuel strainer filter (2) or (3). Is filter serviceable? YES NO

54.12 Clean and/or replace filter.

54.10 Remove and inspect fuel atomizer. Is atomizer serviceable? YES NO

54.13 Replace fuel atomizer in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-30-13.

54.14 Replace in sequence until problem is corrected in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2. a. Compressor discharge solenoid valve (49-50-14). b. Accelerator and overtemperature control valve. c. APU (49-00-20).

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 16.3)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 16.4)

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FROM SHT 15 55 Is airplane HC-130(H)N airplane AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 or AF92-3281 and up? YES NO 56 Did ON SPEED light (2) go off? YES NO 60 Replace ON SPEED light assembly.

57 Did DOOR OPEN/APU DR light (1) go off? YES NO TO SHT 19

58 Did APU shut down without emitting blue smoke? YES NO TO SHT 205

59 Gain access to elapsed time indicator (3). Did meter indicate 0.10 for every 6 minutes of on speed time? YES NO TO SHT 251

TO SHT 21

NOTE
1

Airplanes prior to AF92-0547 and AF92-3021 through AF92-3024 except HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF90-2103. HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 and AF92-3281 and up.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 17)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 18)

49-00-00
2-39

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 17 61 Did APU door (1) close? YES 4900112 NO TO SHT 241

62.1 61.1 Is Airplane AC-130U or MC130H? NO YES Open DOOR WARNING LIGHT circuit breaker on copilots lower circuit breaker panel. Did the DOOR OPEN light go out? YES 62.3 Adjust door warning switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-20, or replace door open warning switch (2). If problem persists, replace DOOR OPEN light assembly. NO 62.2 Replace light assembly.

63 62 Is airplane HC-130(H)N AF882101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF922104 or AF92-3281 and up? YES NO Adjust door warning switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-20, or replace door open warning switch (2). If problem persists, replace DOOR OPEN light assembly.

64 Adjust door open warning switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-7020, or replace door open warning switch (2). If problem persists, go to TO 1C-130H-233FI-00-1-2, Section IV, and continue troubleshooting (MACAWS).

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 19)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 20)

49-00-00
2-41

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FROM SHT 17 65 Is APU oil consumption within limits? YES NO

TO SHT 253

66 Gain access to APU fuel shutoff valve (3). Did the valve close? YES NO TO SHT 267

67 a. Start APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 4900-01. b. Pull APU fire control handle (2). Did APU shut down? YES 69 NO Replace APU fire control switch.

68 Did the APU door (1) close? YES

NO

TO SHT 255

68.1 Is airplane AC-130U or MC130H? NO 70 APU system is normal. Secure system. YES TO SHT 22.1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 21)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 22)

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2-42.1

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FROM SHT 21 70.1 Did APU starter fail to rotate when APU control switch (1) was placed to START and start light (2) fails to come on? NO YES TO SHT 190.1

70.2 Did APU starter fail to rotate and the start light come on while APU control switch was placed to START? NO YES TO SHT 276.1

70.3 Did APU start normally but shut down automatically after 10 seconds? NO YES TO SHT 120.1

70.4 Did starter rotate but crank engine slowly or not at all? NO YES TO SHT 122.1

70.5 Did APU fail to light off? NO

YES

TO SHT 86.1

70.6 Does APU start light fail to extinguish by 50% RPM? NO YES TO SHT 102.1

70.7 Did APU torch or make booming sounds? NO

YES

TO SHT 202.1

TO SHT 22.3

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 22.1)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 22.2)

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2-42.3

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FROM SHT 22.1 70.8 Did APU RPM stagnate during start? NO YES TO SHT 127

70.9 Does APU overtemp on acceleration to start or is there an overtemp indication? NO YES TO SHT 202.3

70.10 Did starter light (1) come on and APU starter can be heard rotating but tachometer fails to show an increase in reading or the tachometer indication is erratic and/or inoperative? NO YES TO SHT 132.1

70.11 Did APU door fail to close to 15 degrees position when auxiliary touchdown relay was deenergized? NO YES TO SHT 226.1

70.12 Did APU door (2) fail to close when APU control switch was placed to STOP? NO YES TO SHT 244.1

70.13 Did APU starter fail to disengage? NO

YES

TO SHT 128.1

70.14 Is the APU bleed air pressure low (20 psi or less) with load applied? NO YES TO SHT 208.1

TO SHT 22.5

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 22.3)

2-42.4

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 22.4)

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2-42.5

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FROM SHT 22.3 70.15 Did APU door (1) fail to close when FIRE HANDLE (2) was pulled? NO YES TO SHT 286.1

70.16 Was there an APU overtemp indication? NO 70.17 APU system is normal. Secure system. YES TO SHT 202.3

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 22.5)

2-42.6

49-00-00

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 22.6)

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49-00-00
2-43

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FROM SHT 1 71 Prepare for testing, and connect APU analyzer in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 4900-11. Did APU door open to full open (approximately 35 degrees) when APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) was placed to RUN? YES

NO

TO SHT 69

72 Static check ignition (4) circuit in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11. Can igniter operation be heard? YES NO TO SHT 137

73 Static check fuel shutoff solenoid (3) in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11. Can solenoid operation be heard? YES NO

75 Replace fuel shut-off solenoid in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-30-11.

74 Static check bleed shut-off valve (2) solenoid in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 4900-11. Can solenoid operation be heard? YES 76 NO Replace bleed shut-off valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-50-10.

TO SHT 25

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 23)

2-44

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 24)

49-00-00
2-45

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 23 77 Static check compressor discharge solenoid valve (4) in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11. Can solenoid operation be heard? YES NO 81 Replace compressor discharge solenoid valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-50-14.

78 NOTE Position of ASR receptacle and FHR receptacle may be reversed. ASR receptacle has 6 wires and FHR receptacle has 4 wires. Static check fuel hold relay (FHR) (2) circuit in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11. Did relay check satisfactory? YES

NO

82 Replace fuel hold relay.

79 Static check aux start relay (ASR) (3) circuit in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11. Did relay check satisfactory? YES NO 83 Replace aux start relay.

80 Static check overspeed test solenoid (1) in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11. Did solenoid check satisfactory? YES 84 NO Replace overspeed test solenoid in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-50-11.

TO SHT 27

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 25)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 26)

49-00-00
2-47

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 25 85 Check cracking pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG00-1-1, 49-00-11. Did fuel control cracking pressure check satisfactory. YES NO

TO SHT 275

86 Perform the no-load tests in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11. Was there APU rotation when START switch (1) was placed to START? YES NO

TO SHT 277

87 Is there evidence of APU light off? YES 89 88 Did STARTER light (2) go out at 1483 to 1682 RPM? YES NO Remove and replace centrifugal switch assembly in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-60-10. NO TO SHT 35

TO SHT 29

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 27)

2-48

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 28)

49-00-00
2-49

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 27 90 Did READY TO LOAD light (5) come on at 3684 to 3883 RPM? YES NO

TO SHT 175

91 Did EXHAUST TEMP (1) remain below 620 degrees C? YES NO TO SHT 159

92 Did APU stabilize at 4292 to 4388 RPM on tachometer indicator (2)? YES 96 93 Did OIL pressure (3) remain between 90 and 100 PSI? YES NO Adjust oil pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11. If problem persists, replace oil pump in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-90-10. NO TO SHT 203

94 Did OIL TEMP (4) remain below 100 degrees C? YES NO TO SHT 287

95 Is fuel pressure more than 200 PSI? YES NO

97 Replace APU.

TO SHT 31

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 29)

2-50

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 30)

49-00-00
2-51

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 29 98 Test and adjust the air pressure regulator (3) in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11. Does regulated air pressure adjust within limits? YES 102 NO Gain access to and inspect filter in air pressure regulator. Is filter serviceable? YES NO 103 Clean or replace filter.

104 Replace air pressure regulator in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-50-12.

99 Test and adjust the bleed load control thermostat (1) in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG00-1-1, 49-00-11. Does thermostat adjust EGT within limits? YES 105 NO Replace bleed load control thermostat in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-50-13.

100 Test the bleed load control thermostat acceleration mode in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11. Does thermostat acceleration mode check within limits? YES 106 NO Replace bleed load control thermostat in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-50-13.

101 Test and adjust the load control valve (2) opening rate in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG00-1-1, 49-00-11. Does opening rate adjust within limits? YES 107 NO Replace load control valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-50-10.

TO SHT 33

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 31)

2-52

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 32)

49-00-00
2-53

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 31 108 Did EXHAUST TEMP (3) remain between 580 and 620 degrees C? YES NO

TO SHT 217

109 Did TACH GENERATOR RPM indicator (4) read between 4182 and 4307 RPM? YES NO TO SHT 217

110 Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11. Did APU shut down when STOP switch (5) was placed to ON? YES NO

TO SHT 235

111 Did APU door (2) close when APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) was placed to STOP? YES 112 APU system is normal. Restore system to normal in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-11, 49-00-11. NO TO SHT 241

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 33)

2-54

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 34)

49-00-00
2-55

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 27 113 Did the FUEL HOLD RELAY light (3) come on? YES NO 117 Replace fuel hold relay.

118 114 Did OIL pressure gage (2) read 5 PSI minimum? YES NO Adjust or replace oil pump in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-90-20 or 49-90-10.

115 Is there evidence of igniter plug (1) firing? NO YES TO SHT 141

116 Remove igniter plug in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG00-1-2, 49-40-12. Is igniter plug serviceable? NO 119 Replace igniter plug in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-40-12. YES TO SHT 133

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 35)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 36)

49-00-00
2-57

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 1 120 Visually inspect APU door (5). Is APU door fully closed? YES NO

TO SHT 41

121 Is airplane HC-130(H)N airplane AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 or AF92-3281 and up? NO YES TO SHT 39

122 Gain access to and disconnect quick disconnect J398F or 1 terminal 2 from door warning switch (4). Did DOOR OPEN light (1) go off? NO YES

125 Adjust door warning switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-20.

123 a. Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to DOOR OPEN light terminals. b. Disconnect wire from light terminal 2. Did DOOR OPEN light go off? YES NO 126 Replace DOOR OPEN light assembly.

124 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and disconnect plug P168D (2) at overhead panel disconnect. Is 28 VDC present on plug pin F?
6

127 NO Repair hot fault between pin F of receptacle J132C (3) and terminal 2 of door open warning switch quick disconnect J398F or 1 terminal 2. (See figure 2-5.)

YES 128 Repair hot fault between pin F of plug P168D and terminal 2 of DOOR OPEN light. (See figure 2-5.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-5 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 37)

2-58

49-00-00

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 38)

49-00-00
2-59

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 37 129 Temporarily remove electrical power from airplane and gain access to and disconnect plug P1726A (1) from systems caution/ advisory panel (2). Is 28 VDC present on plug pin 54?
2

130 NO Fault in MACAWS. Go to TO 1C-130H-2-33FI-00-1-2, Section IV, and continue troubleshooting.

YES

131 Adjust door warning switch (3) in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-20.

NOTE See figure 2-5 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 39)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU Malfunction (Sheet 40)

49-00-00
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TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 37 132 Is APU door (3) partially open? NO YES

137 Adjust or replace door actuator in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-10-20 or 49-10-10.

133 Pull APU fire control handle (2). Did APU door close? YES NO TO SHT 47

134 a. Push in APU fire control handle. b. Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to APU fire control switch terminals. Is 28 VDC present on switch terminal B3?
8

138 NO Replace APU fire control switch.

YES

135 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to terminals of APU CONTROL/APU switch (1). Is 28 VDC present on switch terminal 6?
15

YES

TO SHT 45

NO

136 Is 28 VDC present on switch terminal 5?


13

139 YES Replace APU CONTROL/APU switch.

NO

TO SHT 43

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 41)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 42)

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FROM SHT 41 140 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and disconnect plug P168D/P1843A (3) at overhead panel disconnect. Is 28 VDC present on pin C of receptacle J132C/J963C (4)?
28

142 YES Repair open circuit between pin C of plug P168D/P1843A and terminal 5 of APU CONTROL/ APU switch (1). (See figure 2-6.)

NO

141 a. Remove electrical power from airplane. b. Gain access to and disconnect plug P340A/P1838A (5) at overhead panel disconnect. Is there continuity between plug pin M and terminal B3 of APU fire control switch (2)?
19 8

143 YES Repair open circuit between pin M of receptacle J204A/J960A (6) and pin C of receptacle J132C/J963C. (See figure 2-6.)

NO 144 Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 43)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 44)

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FROM SHT 41 145 a. Remove electrical power from airplane. b. Gain access to and disconnect plug P168D/P1843A (2) at overhead panel disconnect. Is there continuity between plug pin D and terminal 6 of APU CONTROL/APU switch (1)?
25 15

146 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

147 Repair open circuit between pin D of receptacle J132C/J963C (3) and terminal 9/11/ 1 5/ 2 12 of terminal board TB105AF/ TB173A/ 1 TB141/ 2 TB172A (4). (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1 2

MC-130E AF64-0551. MC-130H airplanes.

3. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 45)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 46)

49-00-00
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FROM SHT 41 148 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to overhead panel terminal board TB105AF/TB173A/ 1 TB141/ 2 TB172A (1). Is 28 VDC present on terminal 11/9/ 1 5/ 2 12?
38

YES

TO SHT 49

NO

149 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to terminals of APU fire control switch (2). Is 28 VDC present on switch terminal B2?
6

151 YES Replace APU fire control switch.

NO

150 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and disconnect plug P340A/P1838A (3) at overhead panel disconnect. Is 28 VDC present on pin B of receptacle J204A/J960A (4)?
20

152 NO Repair power circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES 153 Repair open circuit between pin B of plug P340A/P1838A and terminal B2 of APU fire control switch. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1 2

MC-130E AF64-0551. MC-130H airplanes.

3. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 47)

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49-00-00

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 48)

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FROM SHT 47 154 Gain access to APU door actuator (2) and disconnect plug P901A/ 1 P620AM (3). Is there ground on pin 3 of the plug?
14

159 NO Repair ground circuit. (See figure 2-7.)

YES

155 Is there 28 VDC on pin 2 of the plug?


13

160 YES Replace APU door actuator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-10-10.

NO

156 a. Reconnect plug P901A/ 1 P620AM. b. Gain access to low oil pressure switch (4) and disconnect plug P646G/ 1 P534BM (5). Is there 28 VDC on pin B?
30

NO

TO SHT 53

YES

157 YES Jumper pins A and B of plug P646G/ Did APU door (6) close? NO
1

161 P534BM. Replace APU low oil pressure switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-90-11.

158 Gain access to APU door close control relay (1). Is there 28 VDC on terminal Y1?
3

162 YES Repair open circuit between terminal Y1 of door close control relay and pin 2 of plug P901A/ 1 P620AM.

NO

TO SHT 51

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-7 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 49)

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Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 50)

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FROM SHT 49 163 Gain access to APU door control/ 1 APU auto door control relay (2). Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal B2?
19

166 YES Repair open circuit between door control relay terminal B2 and terminal Y1 of door close control relay (1). (See figure 2-7.)

NO

164 167 a. Gain access to and disconnect plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM (7) from APU. b. Install a jumper wire between plug pins U and V. Did APU door (8) close? NO YES Remove jumper wires. Repair open circuit between pin A of plug P646G/ 1 P543BM (6) and pin V of receptacle J583B/ 1 J429AM (5). (See figure 2-7.)

165 168 a. Gain access to and disconnect plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM (4) at APU compartment firewall. b. Install a jumper wire between pins U and V of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM (3). Did APU door close? NO 169 Remove jumper wires. Repair open circuit between pin V of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM and terminal B2 of door control relay. (See figure 2-7.) YES Remove jumper wires. Repair open circuit between pin V of plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM and pin V of plug P603C/P1244C/ P613AM. (See figure 2-7.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-7 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 51)

2-72

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 52)

49-00-00
2-73

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 49 170 Gain access to and disconnect plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM (4) from APU. Is 28 VDC present on plug pin U?
28

172 YES Repair open circuit between pin U of receptacle J583B/ 1 J429AM (6) and pin B of plug P646G/ 1 P543BM (5). (See figure 2-7.)

NO

171 Gain access to and disconnect plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM (3) at APU compartment firewall. Is 28 VDC present on pin U of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM (2)?
26

173 YES Repair open circuit between pin U of plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM and pin U of plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM. (See figure 2-7.)

NO 174 Repair open circuit between pin U of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM and terminal 9/11/ 1 5/ 2 12 of terminal board TB105AF/TB173A/ 1 TB141/ 2 TB172A (1). (See figure 2-7.)

NOTE
1 2

MC-130E AF64-0551. MC-130H airplanes.

3. See figure 2-7 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 53)

2-74

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 54)

49-00-00
2-75

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 1 175 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to terminals of ON SPEED light (2). Is there 28 VDC on terminal 2 of ON SPEED light?
2

179 NO Replace ON SPEED light assembly. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

176 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to BLEED AIR VALVE switch (1) and disconnect wire K160A20 from switch terminal. Did ON SPEED light go out? YES 180 NO Repair hot fault between terminal of BLEED AIR VALVE switch and terminal 2 of ON SPEED light. (See figure 2-6.)

177 a. Temporarily remove electrical power and reconnect wire K160A20 to switch terminal. b. Gain access to and disconnect wire from terminal B2 of APU on speed relay (5). Did ON SPEED light go out? YES 178 NO Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and disconnect plug P168D (3) from overhead panel disconnect. Did ON SPEED light go out? YES NO 181 Repair hot fault between terminal of BLEED AIR VALVE switch and pin L of plug P168D. (See figure 2-6.)

TO SHT 57 182 Repair hot fault between terminal B2 of APU on speed relay and pin L of receptacle J132C (4). (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 55)

2-76

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 56)

49-00-00
2-77

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 55 183 a. Temporarily remove electrical power and reconnect wire to terminal B2 of APU on speed relay (5). b. Disconnect wire from terminal X1 of APU on speed relay. Did ON SPEED light (1) go out? YES 187 NO Repair hot fault between terminals X1 and B1 of APU on speed relay. (See figure 2-6.)

184 Gain access to and open elapsed time indicator (ETI) circuit breaker (4). Did ON SPEED light go out? NO YES

188 Repair hot fault between ETI circuit breaker and terminal of elapsed time indicator. (See figure 2-6.)

185 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and disconnect plug P593T/ 1 P622AM (2) from centrifugal switch assembly (3). Did ON SPEED light go out? NO 189 YES Replace centrifugal switch assembly in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-60-10.

186 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and disconnect wire from ETI circuit breaker going to plug P593T/ 1 P622AM, pin F. Did ON SPEED light go out? NO 190 YES Repair hot fault between pin F of plug P593T/ 1 P622AM and ETI circuit breaker.

TO SHT 59

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 57)

2-78

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 58)

49-00-00
2-79

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 57 191 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and disconnect plug P603C/ 1 P613AM (4) from APU. Did ON SPEED light (1) go out? NO YES 193 Repair hot fault between ETI circuit breaker (5) and pin P of receptacle J583B/ 1 J429AM (3). (See figure 2-6.)

192 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and disconnect plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM (6) from APU compartment firewall. Did ON SPEED light go out? NO 195 Repair hot fault between terminal X1 of APU On Speed relay (2) and pin P of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM (7). (See figure 2-6.) 194 YES Repair hot fault between pin P of plug P603C/ 1 P613AM and pin P of plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM . (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 59)

2-80

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 60)

49-00-00
2-81

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 5 196 Did APU door (3) open? YES NO TO SHT 71

197

4900007 YES TO SHT 65

Is airplane HC-130(H)N airplane AF882101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF9203547 through AF92-2104 or AF92-3281 and up? NO

198 Press to test APU DOOR OPEN light (1). Did APU DOOR OPEN light come on? YES NO TO SHT 75

200 199 Is airplane MC-130E AF64-0551? NO YES Gain access to APU door open warning switch (2) and disconnect wire from terminal 1. Is 28 VDC present on disconnected wire?
9

NO

202 Repair power circuit. (See figure 2-5.)

YES

TO SHT 63 201 a. Disconnect wire rom terminal 2 of door warning switch. b. Install a jumper wire between wires disconnected from terminals 1 and 2 of door warning switch. Did APU DOOR OPEN light come on?
8 9

203 Remove jumper wire. Adjust YES or replace APU door open warning switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-70-20.

NO

TO SHT 67 NOTE See figure 2-5 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 61)

2-82

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 62)

49-00-00
2-83

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 61 204 Gain access to APU door open warning switch (1) and disconnect quick disconnect J398E. Is 28 VDC present on disconnected wire?
4

206 NO Repair power circuit. (See figure 2-5.)

YES

205 207 a. Disconnect quick disconnect J398F. b. Install a jumper wire between quick disconnects J398E and J398F. Did APU DOOR OPEN light come on? NO YES Remove jumper wire. Adjust or replace APU door open warning switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-7020.

TO SHT 67

NOTE See figure 2-5 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 63)

2-84

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 64)

49-00-00
2-85

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 61 208 Position MACAWS LAMP TST switch (1) to TST position. Does APU DR light (2) come on? YES NO 212 Fault is in MACAWS. Go to TO 1C-130H-2-33FI-00-1-2, Section IV, and continue troubleshooting.

209 Gain access to APU door warning light switch (5) and disconnect quick disconnect J398E. Is 28 VDC present on disconnected wire?
1

213 NO Repair power circuit to quick disconnect J398E. (See figure 2-5.)

YES

210 214 a. Gain access to and disconnect quick disconnect J398F. b. Install a jumper wire between quick disconnects J398E and J398F. Does APU light come on? NO YES Remove jumper wire. Adjust or replace APU door warning switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-20.

211 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and disconnect plug P1726A (4) from systems caution/advisory panel (3). Is 28 VDC present on plug pin 54?
2

215 NO Remove jumper wire. Repair open circuit between plug P1726A pin 54 and quick disconnect J398F. (See figure 2-5.)

YES 216 Remove jumper wire. Fault is in MACAWS system. Go to TO 1C-130H-2-33FI-00-1-2, Section IV, and continue troubleshooting. NOTE See figure 2-5 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 65)

2-86

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 66)

49-00-00
2-87

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 61, 63 217 Temporarily remove electrical power from airplane and gain access to terminals of DOOR OPEN light (1). Is 28 VDC present on light terminal 2?
3 11

219 YES Replace APU DOOR OPEN light assembly. (See figure 2-5.)

NO

219.1 217.1 Is airplane AC-130U or MC130H? NO YES Repair open circuit between light assembly terminal 2 and door warning switch quick disconnect J398F.

218 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and disconnect plug P168D (2) at overhead panel disconnect. Is 28 VDC present on pin F of receptacle J132C (3)?
7

220 YES Repair open circuit between pin F of plug P168D and terminal 2 of APU DOOR OPEN light. (See figure 2-5.)

NO 221 Repair open circuit between pin F of receptacle J132C and connector J398F at door open warning switch (4) or 1 terminal 2 of door open warning switch (4). (See figure 2-5.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-5, 2-6.1, 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 67)

2-88

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 68)

49-00-00
2-89

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 5 OR 23 225 222 4900006 NO Did APU door (2) open to approximately 15 degrees? YES Adjust or replace door actuator (3) in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-10-20 or 49-10-10.

223 Gain access to aux touchdown relay (1). Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal X1?
7

NO

TO SHT 261

YES

224 Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal X2?


9

NO

226 Replace aux touchdown relay.

YES 227 Repair ground circuit to relay terminal X2. (See figure 2-7.)

NOTE See figure 2-7 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 69)

2-90

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 70)

49-00-00
2-91

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 71)

2-92

49-00-00

Change 4

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 72)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-93

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 71 232 Is 28 VDC present on terminal X1 of aux touchdown relay (1)?
7

NO

TO SHT 261

YES

233 Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal X2?


9

235 YES Repair ground circuit to relay terminal X2. (See figure 2-7.)

NO

234 Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal C1?


8

NO

236 Replace aux touchdown relay.

YES 237 Repair open circuit between terminal C1 of aux touchdown relay and pin 1 of plug P901A/ 1 P620AM (2). (See figure 2-7.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-7 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 73)

2-94

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 74)

49-00-00
2-95

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 61 238 Replace bulb in APU DOOR OPEN light (1). Did the light come on? NO YES 240 Fault was defective light bulb.

239 Is there ground on terminal 1 of APU DOOR OPEN light?


2

241 NO Repair ground circuit. (See figure 2-5.)

YES 242 Replace light assembly.

NOTE See figure 2-5 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 75)

2-96

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 76)

49-00-00
2-97

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 71 243 Gain access to APU door (1). Is there any evidence of binding or worn or broken actuator mounts (2)? NO 244 YES Repair or replace defective components as required.

245 Replace APU door actuator (3) in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-10-10.

NOTE See figure 2-5 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 77)

2-98

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 78)

49-00-00
2-99

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 71 246 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to terminals of APU CONTROL/APU switch (1). Is 28 VDC present on switch terminal 4?
14

YES

TO SHT 83

NO

247 Is 28 VDC present on switch terminal 5?


13

250 YES Replace APU CONTROL/APU switch.

NO

249 248 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to terminals of APU fire control switch (2). Is 28 VDC present on switch terminal B2?
6

NO

Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and disconnect plug P340A/P1838A (3) from overhead panel disconnect. Is 28 VDC present on pin B of receptacle J204A/J960A (4)?
20

251 YES Repair open circuit between pin B of plug P340A/P1838A and terminal B2 of APU fire control switch. (See figure 2-6.)

YES NO

TO SHT 81 252 Repair power circuit to receptacle pin B. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 79)

2-100

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 80)

49-00-00
2-101

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 79 253 Is 28 VDC present on terminal B3 of APU fire control switch (2)?
8

256 NO Replace APU fire control switch.

YES

254 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and disconnect plug P340A/P1838A (5) at overhead panel disconnect. Is there continuity between plug pin M and terminal B3 of APU fire control switch?
19 8

257 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

255 a. Temporarily remove electrical power and reconnect plug P340A/ P1838A. b. Gain access to and disconnect plug P168D/P1843A (3) at overhead panel disconnect. Is 28 VDC present on pin C of receptacle J132C/J963C (4)?
28

258 NO Repair open circuit between pin C of receptacle J132C/J963C and pin M of receptacle J204A/ J960A (6). (See figure 2-6.)

YES 259 Repair open circuit between pin C of plug P168D/P1843A and terminal 5 of APU CONTROL/ APU switch (1). (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 81)

2-102

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 82)

49-00-00
2-103

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 79 260 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and disconnect plug P168D/P1843A (2) at overhead panel disconnect. Is there continuity between plug pin J and terminal 4 of APU CONTROL/APU switch (1)?
24 14

264 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

265 261 Is airplane MC-130E AF64-0551? YES NO Repair open circuit between pin J of receptacle J132C/J963C (3) and terminal C2 of aux touchdown relay (5). (See figure 2-6.)

262 Gain access to diode CR222AM (4). Is there continuity between diode CR222AM and pin J of receptacle J132C (2)?
24
104

266 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

263 Is there continuity between diode CR222AM and terminal C2 of aux touchdown relay (5)?
105 106

267 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES 268 Replace diode CR222AM.

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 83)

2-104

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 84)

49-00-00
2-105

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 5 269 4900005 NO

Is there evidence of APU starter rotation? YES

TO SHT 91

270

4900004 NO TO SHT 87

Press to test APU START light (2). Does light come on when pressed? YES

271.1 270.1 Is airplane AC-130U, MC-130H, or MC-130W? NO NO 271.3 Repair open circuit between terminal 2 of APU start light and terminal 1 of APU control switch. YES a. Remove power to APU start switch. b. Gain access to APU start light terminal 2. Is continuity present between terminal 2 and APU control switch terminal 1?
4 17

271.2 YES Replace APU start light assembly.

271 Temporarily remove electrical power from aircraft and gain access to APU START light terminals. Is 28 VDC present on light terminal 2 when APU CONTROL switch (1) is placed to START?
4

272 NO Repair open circuit between terminal 2 of APU START light and terminal 1 of APU CONTROL switch. (See figure 2-6.)

YES 273 Replace APU START light assembly.

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6, 2-6.1, or 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 85)

2-106

49-00-00

Change 4

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-106.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 22.1 273.1 4900021 NO 273.6 Service oil tank.

Check oil quantity in oil tank. Is oil quantity within limits? YES

273.2 Is fuel flow present (fuel mist coming out exhaust)? YES NO TO SHT 86.7

273.3 Is ignition present (ignitor popping)? NO YES TO SHT 86.5

273.4 Remove ignitor plug (1). Is ignitor plug serviceable? YES NO

273.7 Replace ignitor plug in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-40-12.

273.5 a. Remove power to ignition unit. b. Disconnect unit plug (2). Is ground present on plug pin A?
95

NO

273.8 Repair ground circuit

YES

TO SHT 86.3

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6, 2-6.1, or 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.1)

2-106.2

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.2)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-106.3

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.3)

2-106.4

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.4)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-106.5

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 86.1 273.22 Check cracking pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG00-1-2, 49-30-20. Is cracking pressure (1) 60 ( 3) psi? NO 273.23 YES Replace fuel atomizer (2) in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-13.

273.24 Adjust cracking pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-20.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.5)

2-106.6

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.6)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-106.7

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 86.1 273.25 Is ignition present (ignitor popping)? YES NO TO SHT 86.15

273.26 Place APU control switch (1) to START. Does APU fuel shutoff valve in No. 2 dry bay open? NO YES TO SHT 86.11

273.27 a. Remove power to APU dry bay fuel shutoff valve. b. Disconnect APU dry bay fuel shutoff valve plug (2). c. Place APU control switch to START and release to RUN. Is 28 VDC present on plug pin A?
9

273.29 YES Is ground present on plug pin E?


10

NO

273.30 Repair open circuit.

YES NO 273.31 Replace APU dry bay fuel shutoff valve.

273.28 a. Remove power to APU dry bay fuel shutoff valve. b. Gain access to APU fuel valve control relay (3). Is continuity present between relay pin A1 and APU dry bay fuel shutoff valve plug pin A?
3 9

NO

273.32 Repair open circuit.

YES

TO SHT 86.9

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-11 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.7)

2-106.8

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.8)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-106.9

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 86.7 273.33 Is ground present on relay pin X2?


5

NO

273.36 Repair ground circuit.

YES

273.34 Apply power to fuel valve control relay (1). Is 28 VDC present on relay pin A2?
1

273.37 NO Replace APU dry bay fuel shutoff valve.

YES

273.35 Is 28 VDC present on relay pin X1?


4

273.38 NO Replace APU fuel valve control relay.

YES 273.39 Repair circuit between relay terminal X1 and fuel hold relay receptacle pin G.

NOTE See figure 2-11 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.9)

2-106.10

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.10)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-106.11

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 86.7 273.40 Monitor fuel cracking pressure at atomizer. Is pressure reading present during start? NO YES 273.44 Replace fuel atomizer in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-13.

273.41 Inspect APU fuel strainer filter (1). Is filter serviceable? YES NO

273.45 Clean or replace filter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-12.

273.42 Remove and inspect fuel control filter (2). Is filter serviceable? YES NO

273.46 Replace fuel filter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-30-12.

273.43 a. Remove power to fuel shutoff solenoid. b. Disconnect fuel shutoff solenoid valve plug (3). Is ground present on plug pin A?
96

NO

273.47 Repair ground circuit.

YES

TO SHT 86.13

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6 or 2-6.1 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.11)

2-106.12

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.12)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-106.13

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 86.11 273.48 Place APU control switch (1) to START. Is 28 VDC present on fuel shutoff valve plug pin B?
97

273.50 a. Remove power to oil pressure sequencing switch (2). b. Disconnect oil pressure sequencing switch plug (3). c. Place APU control switch to START. Is 28 VDC present on plug pin C?
92

NO

NO

273.52 Repair circuit between pin C and fuel holding relay pin B.

YES

YES 273.51 Is continuity present between oil pressure sequencing switch plug pin E and fuel shutoff valve plug (4) pin B?
90 97

NO

273.53 Repair circuit.

YES 273.54 Replace sequencing switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-90-12.

273.49 Is short or open present between fuel shutoff solenoid valve receptacle pins A and B?
97 96

273.55 YES Replace fuel shutoff solenoid valve.

NO 273.56 Replace fuel control assembly in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-30-10.

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.13)

2-106.14

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.14)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-106.15

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 86.7 273.57 a. Remove power to sequencing oil pressure switch. b. Connect oil pressure gage to APU oil pressure test port (1). c. Disconnect plug from APU oil pressure sequencing switch (2). CAUTION Do not exceed APU starter duty cycle. d. Motor APU. Does oil pressure gage read at least 4 psig during motoring? YES

273.61 NO Replace oil pump in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-90-10.

273.58 While motoring, check continuity across oil pressure sequencing switch pins A to B and C to E. Is continuity present?
91 92 94 90

273.60 a. Remove power to ignition unit. b. Disconnect ignition unit plug (4). Is ground present on pin A?
95

YES

NO

273.62 Repair ground.

NO

YES 273.63 Replace oil pressure sequencing switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-90-12. 273.64 YES Replace oil pressure sequencing switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-90-12.

273.59 a. Shut down APU. b. Remove oil filter (3). Is oil filter free of contaminants? NO

TO SHT 86.17 NOTE


1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.15)

2-106.16

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.16)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-106.17

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 86.15 273.65 Analyze oil filter contaminants. Is there evidence of engine failure? NO YES 273.67 Replace APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-11, 49-00-20.

273.66 a. Clean APU oil tank. b. Service oil tank. c. Replace oil filter. NO d. Remove power to ignition unit. e. Disconnect ignition unit plug (1). Is ground present on pin A?
95

273.68 Repair ground.

YES 273.69 Replace oil pressure sequencing switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-90-12.

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.17)

2-106.18

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 86.18)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-107

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 85 274 Replace bulb in APU DOOR OPEN light (1). Did the light come on? NO YES 276 Fault was defective light bulb.

275 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to terminals of APU START light (2). Is there ground on terminal 1 of the light?
3

277 NO Repair ground circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES 278 Replace APU START light assembly. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 87)

2-108

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 88)

49-00-00
2-109

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 5 279 4900003 YES

Can APU starter (4) be heard rotating? NO

TO SHT 103

282 280 Did battery voltage (1) drop when switch was placed to START? YES NO Is airplane HC-130(H)N airplane AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 or AF92-3281 and up? YES NO TO SHT 95

TO SHT 91 281 a. Remove APU generator in accordance with TO 1C-130H-224JG-20-1, 24-20-32. b. Remove APU starter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG00-1-2, 49-40-10. c. Gain access to and rotate APU generator spline (2) using applicable tool. Does APU starter drive spline (3) rotate when APU generator spline is being rotated? YES 284 Replace APU starter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1, 49-40-10.

283 NO Replace APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1, 49-00-20.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 89)

2-110

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxillary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 90)

49-00-00
2-111

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 85 OR 89 285 Gain access to and disconnect plug P901A/ 1 P620AM (5) from APU door actuator (3). Is 28 VDC present on pin 8 of plug P901A/ 1 P620AM when APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) is placed to RUN?
33

290 NO Repair open circuit between pin 8 of plug P901A/ 1 P620AM and terminal C2 of aux touchdown relay (2). (See figure 2-6.)

YES

286 Is there continuity between pins 7 and 8 of receptacle (4) on APU door actuator?
32 33

291 NO Replace APU door actuator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-10-10.

YES

287 a. Reconnect plug P901A/ 1 P620AM to APU door actuator. b. Temporarily remove electrical power from airplane and gain access to APU CONTROL/APU switch. Is 28 VDC present on switch terminal 2?
16

288 YES Is airplane HC-130(H)N airplane AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 or AF92-3281 and up? YES NO 292 Replace APU CONTROL switch.

NO

TO SHT 93 289 Is 28 VDC present on APU switch terminal 1?


17

NO

293 Replace APU switch.

YES

TO SHT 95 NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 91)

2-112

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 92)

49-00-00
2-113

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 91 294 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and disconnect plug P168D/P1843A (2) at overhead disconnect. Is there continuity between plug pin G and terminal 2 of APU CONTROL/APU switch (1)?
27 16

295 YES Repair open circuit between pin G of receptacle J132C/J963C (3) and pin 7 of plug P901A/ 1 P620AM (4). (See figure 2-6.)

NO

296 Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 93)

2-114

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 94)

49-00-00
2-115

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 89 OR 91 297 Gain access to APU starter (5). Is 28 VDC present between terminals M and N when APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) is placed to START?
52 54

302 YES Replace APU starter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-40-10.

NO

298 Is a ground present on terminal N of APU starter?


54

NO

TO SHT 285

YES

299 Gain access to APU start relay (2). Is 28 VDC present between starter terminals X1 and X2 when APU CONTROL/APU switch is placed to START?
36 37

YES

TO SHT 281

NO

300 Is a ground present on terminal X2 of APU start relay?


37

303 NO Repair ground circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

301 Gain access to and disconnect plug P593T/ 1 P622AM (3) from centrifugal switch assembly (4). Is 28 VDC present on plug pin A when APU CONTROL/APU switch is placed to START?
89

YES

TO SHT 99

NO

TO SHT 97

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 95)

2-116

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 96)

49-00-00
2-117

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 95 304 Gain access to and disconnect plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM (5) from APU. Is 28 VDC present on plug pin J when APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) is placed to START?
57

307 YES Repair open circuit between pin J of receptacle J583B/ 1 J429AM (6) and pin A of plug P593T/ 1 P622AM (4). (See figure 2-6.)

NO

305 Gain access to and disconnect plug P1068A/P1244C/ 1 P614AM (7) from APU compartment firewall. Is 28 VDC present on pin J of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM (8) when APU CONTROL/APU switch is placed to START?
49

308 YES Repair open circuit between pin J of plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM and pin J of plug P603C/ P1244C/ 1 P613AM. (See figure 2-6.)

NO

306 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and disconnect plug P168D/P1843A (2) at overhead panel disconnect. Is there continuity between plug pin M and terminal 1 of APU CONTROL/APU switch?
26 17

309 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES 310 Repair open circuit between pin M of receptacle J132C/J963C (3) and pin J of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 97)

2-118

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 98)

49-00-00
2-119

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 95 311 Is there continuity between pins A and B of centrifugal switch assembly (2)?
89 88

315 NO Replace centrifugal switch assembly in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-60-10.

YES

312 Gain access to and remove aux start relay (ASR) (3). Is a ground present on pin A of receptacle J606A/ 1 J431AM (4)?
74

NO

TO SHT 271

YES

313 Is there continuity between pin B of receptacle J606A/ 1 J431AM and pin B of plug P593T/ 1 P622AM (1)?
75 88

316 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

314 Is there continuity between pin D of receptacle J606A/ 1 J431AM and pin A of plug P593T/ 1 P622AM?
72 89

317 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

TO SHT 101

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 99)

2-120

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 100)

49-00-00
2-121

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 99 318 Swap aux start relay (2) and fuel holding relay (FHR) (5). Does problem persist? YES NO 321 Replace aux start relay.

319 a. Remove electrical power from airplane. b. Gain access to and disconnect plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM (4) from APU. Is there continuity between pin F of receptacle J583B/ 1 J429AM (3) and pin E of receptacle J606A/ 1 J431AM (6)?
58 73

322 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

320 Gain access to and disconnect plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM (7) at APU compartment firewall. Is there continuity between pin F of plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM and pin F of plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM?
50 58

323 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES 324 Repair open circuit between terminal X1 of APU start relay (1) and pin F of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM (8). (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 101)

2-122

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 102)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-122.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 22.1 324.1 4900022 324.2 NO Replace APU E3SS in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-60-11.

a. Remove AUX START relay (1). b. Is continuity present between pins G and H of relay?
70 71

YES

324.3 Replace AUX start relay.

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 102.1)

2-122.2

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 102.2)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-123

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 89 325 Is there evidence that APU is rotating with starter (generator and cooling fan as reference)? NO YES TO SHT 105

326 Remove APU starter and inspect clutch pawls in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-40-10. Are clutch pawls serviceable? YES 328 NO Replace APU starter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-40-10.

327 a. Remove APU generator in accordance with TO 1C-130H-224JG-20-1, 24-20-32. b. Gain access to and rotate APU generator spline (1) using applicable tool. Does APU starter drive spline (2) rotate when APU generator spline is being rotated? YES 330 Replace APU starter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-40-10.

329 NO Replace APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-11, 49-00-20.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 103)

2-124

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 104)

49-00-00
2-125

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 105)

2-126

49-00-00

Change 4

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 106)

49-00-00
2-127

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 105 338 Gain access to and disconnect plug P158BA (1) from tachometer generator (2). Is there 25 ( 5) ohms resistance from pin A to B, A to case, and B to case of tachometer generator?
3 1

340 NO Replace tachometer generator in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-13.

YES

339 Are the resistances from A to B, A to case, and B to case the same within 1 ohm?
3 1

341 NO Replace tachometer generator in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-13.

YES

TO SHT 111

NOTE See figure 2-9 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 107)

2-128

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 108)

49-00-00
2-129

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 105 342 Is a ground present on pin C of plug P249U/P1189N/ 1 P607BM (1)?
7

345 NO Repair ground circuit. (See figure 2-9.)

YES

343 Gain access to and disconnect plug P158BA/ 1 P615AM (2) from tachometer generator (3). Is there 25 ( 5) ohms resistance from pin A to B, A to case, and B to case of tachometer generator?
3 1

346 NO Replace tachometer generator in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-70-13.

YES

344 Are the resistances from A to B, A to case, and B to case the same within 1 ohm?
3 1

347 NO Replace tachometer generator in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-70-13.

YES

TO SHT 111

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-9 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 109)

2-130

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 110)

49-00-00
2-131

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 107 OR 109 348 Remove tachometer generator in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-70-13 and manually rotate the shaft (4). Does shaft rotate freely? YES 352 NO Replace tachometer generator in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-70-13.

349 Inspect shaft for wear and rounded corners. Is shaft serviceable? YES NO

353 Replace tachometer generator in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-70-13.

350 Inspect spline in tachometer generator pad (3) for rounded corners. Is the spline serviceable? YES NO

354 Replace APU oil pump in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG00-1-2, 49-90-10.

351 Gain access to and disconnect plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM (2) from APU. Is there continuity between pin D of receptacle J583B/ 1 J429AM (1) and pin A of plug P158BA/ 1 P615AM (5)?
4 3

355 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-9.)

YES

TO SHT 113

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-9 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 111)

2-132

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 112)

49-00-00
2-133

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 111 356 Is there continuity between pin E of receptacle J583B/ 1 J429AM (2) and pin B of plug P158BA/ 1 P615AM (4)?
2 1

360 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-9.)

YES

357 Gain access to and disconnect plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM (1) at APU compartment firewall. Is there continuity between pin b of plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM and pin D of plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM (3)?
5 4

361 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-9.)

YES

358 Is there continuity between pin d of plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM and pin E of plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM?
6 2

362 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-9.)

YES

359 Is airplane AF95-1001 and up not modified by TO 1C-130-1961? YES NO TO SHT 117

TO SHT 115

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-9 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 113)

2-134

49-00-00

Change 3

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 114)

49-00-00
2-135

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 113 363 a. Gain access to and disconnect plug P3959B (2) at overhead panel disconnect. b. Gain access to and disconnect plug P3978RAD (4) from APU tachometer indicator. Is there continuity between pin b of plug P3959B and pin A of plug P3978RAD (4)?
10 12

367 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-9.)

YES

364 Is there continuity between pin a of plug P3959B and pin B of plug P3978RAD?
8 13

368 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-9.)

YES

365 Is there continuity between pin b of receptacle J3970B (1) and pin b of receptacle J590A (3)?
10 5

369 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-9.)

YES

366 Is there continuity between pin a of receptacle J3970B (1) and pin d of receptacle J590A (3)?
8 6

370 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-9.)

YES 371 Replace tachometer indicator in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-70-12.

NOTE See figure 2-9 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 115)

2-136

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 116)

49-00-00
2-137

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 113 372 Gain access to and disconnect plug P362B/P3959B (2) at overhead panel disconnect. Is there continuity between pin b of plug P362B/P3959B and pin A of plug P249U/P1189N/ 1 P607BM (4)?
10 11

375 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-9.)

YES

373 Is there continuity between pin a of plug P362B/P3959B and pin B of plug P249U/P1189N/ 1 P607BM?
8 9

376 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-9.)

YES

374 Is there continuity between pin b of receptacle J133B/J3970B (1) and pin b of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM (3)?
10 5

377 YES Repair open circuit between pin a of receptacle J133B/J3970B and pin d of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM. (See figure 2-9.)

NO 378 Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-9.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-9 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 117)

2-138

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 118)

49-00-00
2-139

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 7 378.1 Is airplane AC-130U, MC-130H, or MC-130W? NO YES TO SHT 126.1

379

4900002 NO

Gain access to and remove fuel holding relay (FHR) (4). Is 28 VDC present on pin H of receptacle J606B/ 1 J431BM (5) when APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) is placed to RUN?
77

TO SHT 123

YES

380 Remove electrical power from airplane. Is a ground present on pin A of receptacle J606B/ J431BM?
79
1

NO

TO SHT 271

YES

381 Is there continuity between pins A and B of FHR?


79 78

NO

383 Replace fuel holding relay.

YES

382 Gain access to and remove aux start relay (ASR) (3). Is there continuity between pins G and D of receptacle J606A/ 1 J431AM (2)?
70 72

NO

384 Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

TO SHT 121 NOTE


1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 119)

2-140

49-00-00

Change 4

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 120)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-140.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 22.1 384.1 4900019 NO

Did APU tachometer show an increase in RPM? YES

TO SHT 132.1

384.2 a. Remove power to the E3SS. b. Disconnect E3SS plug (1). c. Disconnect plug from Tachometer Generator (2). Is there continuity between E3SS plug pin H and Tachometer Generator plug pin A?
68
102

384.3 NO Replace E3SS in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-60-11.

YES 384.4 Repair open circuit.

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 120.1)

2-140.2

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 120.2)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-141

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 119 385 Is there continuity between pin H of receptacle J606A/ 1 J431AM (ASR) (6) and pin G of receptacle J606B/ 1 J431BM (FHR) (5)?
71 76

389 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

386 Gain access to and disconnect plug P593T/ 1 P622AM (1) from centrifugal switch assembly (2). Is there continuity between pins C and D of switch?
85 83

390 NO Replace centrifugal switch assembly in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-6010.

YES

387 Is there continuity between pin C of plug P593T/ 1 P622AM and pin H of receptacle J606A/ 1 J431AM?
85 71

391 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

388 Is there continuity between pin D of plug P593T/ 1 P622AM and pin B of receptacle J606B/ 1 J431BM?
83 78

392 YES Replace fuel holding relay (4). If problem persists, replace aux start relay (3).

NO 393 Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 121)

2-142

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 122)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-142.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 22.1 393.1 4900020 YES 393.2 Is battery voltage 22 VDC or greater? YES NO 393.7 Fault is in miscellaneous DC power system.

Is APU start attempted using battery (BAT)? NO

393.4 Monitor voltage at starter motor. Is 28 VDC present? YES NO

393.8 Repair wiring between starter motor and power source or ground.

393.5 Remove APU Starter (1). Can the starter be rotated by hand? YES NO

393.9 Replace starter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-40-10.

393.6 Examine starter motor clutch and pawls. Are clutch and pawls serviceable? YES NO

393.10 Replace starter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-40-10.

TO SHT 122.3

NOTE Block 393.3 deleted.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 122.1)

2-142.2

49-00-00

Change 5

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 122.2)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-142.3

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 122.3)

2-142.4

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 122.4)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-143

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 119 394 Gain access to and disconnect plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P631AM (4) from APU. Is 28 VDC present on plug pin L when APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) is placed to RUN?
60

396 YES Repair open circuit between pin L of receptacle J583B/ 1 J429AM (3) and pin H of receptacle J606B/ 1 J431BM (2). (See figure 2-6.)

NO

395 Gain access to and disconnect plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM (5) at APU compartment firewall. Is 28 VDC present on pin L of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM (6) when APU CONTROL/APU switch is placed to RUN?
51

397 YES Repair open circuit between pin L of plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM and pin L of plug P603C/ P1244C/ 1 P613AM. (See figure 2-6.)

NO

TO SHT 125

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 123)

2-144

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 124)

49-00-00
2-145

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 123 398 Gain access to APU on speed relay (2). Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal A1 when APU CONTROL/ APU switch (1) is placed to RUN?
40

399 YES Repair open circuit between pin L of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM (4) and terminal A1 of APU on speed relay. (See figure 2-6.)

NO

400 Repair open circuit between terminal A1 of APU on speed relay and terminal C2 of aux touchdown relay (3). (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 125)

2-146

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 126)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-146.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 119 400.1 4900027

a. Remove power to fuel hold relay (1). b. Remove fuel hold relay. c. Place APU CONTROL switch to RUN (2). Is 28 VDC present on plug pin H?
77

400.5 NO Repair open circuit between relay plug pin H and pin L on APU connector J2.

YES

400.3 400.2 Momentarily place the APU CONTROL switch to START. Is 28 VDC momentarily present on fuel hold relay plug pin G?
76

NO

a. Remove power to APU. b. Remove AUX start relay (3). Is continuity present between AUX start relay plug pins G and D?
72 70

NO

400.6 Repair open circuit.

YES YES

TO SHT 126.3 400.4 Is continuity present between fuel hold relay pin G and AUX start relay pin H?
76 71

YES 400.7 Replace AUX start relay.

NO 400.8 Repair open circuit.

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes. See figure 2-6 for:

2.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 126.1)

2-146.2

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 126.2)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-146.3

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 126.1 400.11 400.9 Momentarily place the APU CONTROL switch (1) to START. Is 28 VDC momentarily present on fuel hold relay (2) plug pin B?
85

NO

a. Remove power from E3SS. b. Remove plug (3) from E3SS. Is continuity present between E3SS plug pin L and fuel hold relay plug pin G?
62 83

NO

400.13 Repair open circuit.

YES YES

400.12 Is continuity present between E3SS plug pin K and fuel hold relay pin B?
63 85

400.14 YES Replace E3SS in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-60-11.

NO 400.15 Repair open circuit.

400.10 Remove power to APU. Is ground present on relay pin A?


86

YES

400.16 Replace fuel hold relay.

NO 400.17 Repair ground circuit.

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes. See figure 2-6.1 or 2-6.2 for:

2.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 126.3)

2-146.4

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 126.4)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-147

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 127)

2-148

49-00-00

Change 5

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 128)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-148.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 127, 22.3 406.1 4900115 NO 406.3 Replace APU start relay.

Did START light (1) remain on above 50% RPM? YES

406.2 a. Remove power from AUX start relay (2). b. Remove AUX start relay. Does continuity exist between pins G and H of relay?
70 71

406.4 NO Replace E3SS (3) in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-60-11.

YES 406.5 Replace AUX start relay.

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes. See figure 2-6 for:

2.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 128.1)

2-148.2

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 128.2)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-149

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 127 407 Is there evidence of ignition? (Can igniter be heard?) NO YES

TO SHT 131

408 Remove igniter plug (1) in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG00-1-2, 49-40-12. Is igniter plug serviceable? NO 409 Replace igniter plug in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-40-12. YES TO SHT 133

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 129)

2-150

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 130)

49-00-00
2-151

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 129 410 Test and adjust the fuel control cracking pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-30-20. Is cracking pressure 57 to 63 psi? YES 411 NO Gain access to and inspect acceleration limiter control air line (1). Is there evidence of leakage? NO YES 412 Repair leaks.

413 Replace fuel control in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-10. 414 Replace fuel atomizer in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-13

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 131)

2-152

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 132)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-152.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 22.3, 120.1 414.3 414.1 4900026 NO Did light off occur? YES Remove APU starter, inspect clutch pawls, and drive shaft. Are clutch pawls and drive shaft serviceable? YES NO

414.7 Replace APU starter in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-40-10 or APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 4900-20 as applicable. 414.8 414.4 a. Remove APU generator. b. Gain access to and rotate APU generator spline using wrench adapter P/N 280377-1. Does APU starter drive shaft rotate when APU generator spline is being rotated? NO 414.9 Replace APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-1, 49-00-20. Replace APU starter in accordance with TO 1CYES 130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 4940-10. If fault persists, replace APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-001-1, 49-00-20.

414.5 414.2 Did automatic shutdown occur approximately 10 seconds after start initiation? YES NO a. Remove power to APU. b. Disconnect plug from tachometer generator (1). Is there 25 ( 5) ohms resistance from pin A to B, A to case, and B to case of tachometer generator?
3 1

414.10 NO Replace APU in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-20.

YES

TO SHT 132.5 414.6 Are the resistances from A to B, A to case, and B to case the same within one ohm?
3 1

414.11 NO Replace tachometer generator in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-13.

YES

TO SHT 132.3 NOTE


1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-9 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 132.1)

2-152.2

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 132.2)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-152.3

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 132.1 414.12 Remove tachometer generator and manually rotate the shaft. Does shaft rotate freely? YES NO 414.16 Replace tachometer generator in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-13.

414.13 Inspect shaft for wear and rounded corners. Is the shaft serviceable? YES NO

414.17 Replace tachometer generator in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-13.

414.14 Inspect spline in tachometer generator pad for rounded corners. Is the spline serviceable? YES NO

414.18 Replace APU oil pump in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-90-10.

414.15 Disconnect plug from E3SS (1). Is there continuity between E3SS plug pin H and pin A of tachometer generator plug?
68
102

NO

414.19 Repair open circuit.

YES 414.20 Replace tachometer generator in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-13.

NOTE See figure 2-6.1 or 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 132.3)

2-152.4

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 132.4)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-152.5

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 132.1 414.21 a. Remove power from APU. b. Gain access to and disconnect plug from tachometer indicator (1). Is there 75 ( 10) ohms resistance from pin A to B, A to C, and B to C of tachometer indicator?
11 9 7

414.25 NO Replace tachometer indicator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-12.

YES

414.22 Are the resistances from A to B, A to C, and B to C the same within one ohm?
11 9 7

414.26 NO Replace tachometer indicator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-12.

YES

414.23 Is there an open between pins A, B and C of the tachometer indicator and the indicator case?
11 9 7

414.27 NO Replace tachometer indicator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-12.

YES

414.24 Is a ground present on pin C on tachometer indicator plug?


7

NO

414.28 Repair ground circuit.

YES

TO SHT 132.7

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-9 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 132.5)

2-152.6

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 132.6)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-152.7

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 132.5 414.29 Disconnect plug from tachometer generator (2). Is there 25 ( 5) ohms resistance from pin A to B, A to case, and B to case?
11 9 7

414.32 NO Replace tachometer generator in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-13.

YES

414.30 Are the resistances from A to B, A to case, and B to case the same within one ohm?
11 9 7

NO

414.33 Repair ground circuit.

YES

414.31 Is continuity present between the following pins: Tach Gen Plug pin A B
3 1

Tach Ind Plug pin A B


11 9

414.34 NO Replace tachometer generator in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-13.

YES 414.35 Replace tachometer indicator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-12. If problem persists, replace tachometer generator, 49-70-13.

NOTE See figure 2-9 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 132.7)

2-152.8

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 132.8)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-153

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 35 OR 129 415 Gain access to and disconnect plug P446L/ 1 P380FM (5) from ignition unit (4). Is a ground present on plug pin A?
95

NO

TO SHT 271

YES

416 Is 28 VDC present on plug pin B when APU is motored?


93

YES

TO SHT 137

NO

417 Gain access to and disconnect plug P593U/ 1 P257AM (2) from oil pressure sequencing switch (3). Is 28 VDC present on plug P593U/ 1 P257AM pin A when APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) is placed to START?
91

NO

TO SHT 135

YES

418 Is there continuity between pin B of plug P593U/ 1 P257AM and pin B of plug P446L/ 1 P380FM?
94 93

419 YES Replace sequencing oil pressure switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-90-12.

NO 420 Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 133)

2-154

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 134)

49-00-00
2-155

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 133 421 Gain access to and disconnect plug P593T/ 1 P622AM (1) from centrifugal switch assembly (2). Is there continuity between switch pins C and E?
85 86

422 NO Replace centrifugal switch assembly in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-6010.

YES

423 Repair open circuit between pin E of plug P593T/ 1 P622AM and pin A of plug P593U/ 1 P257AM (3). (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 135)

2-156

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 136)

49-00-00
2-157

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 23 OR 133 424 WARNING The ignition lead must be grounded to surrounding structure to dissipate charged energy. 425 a. Disconnect ignition lead (2) from igniter plug (3) and ground center conductor to structure. b. Disconnect ignition lead from ignition unit (1). Is there continuity between both ends of ignition lead?
102 103

NO

Replace igniter lead in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-40-11.

YES

426 Replace ignition unit in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-40-11.

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 137)

2-158

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 138)

49-00-00
2-159

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 127 427 Disconnect fuel line (2) from atomizer (1) and connect pressure gage to fuel line. Is there a pressure reading on the gage during start? NO YES

TO SHT 141

428 Gain access to and inspect filter in fuel strainer (3). Is filter serviceable? YES NO

430 Clean or replace fuel strainer filter.

429 Remove and inspect fuel filter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-12. Is filter serviceable? NO YES

431 Replace fuel control in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-10.

432 Replace fuel filter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-30-12.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 139)

2-160

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 140)

49-00-00
2-161

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 35 OR 139 433 Gain access to and disconnect plug P646J/ (5) from fuel solenoid valve (6). Is a ground present on plug pin A?
96
1

P627BM

NO

TO SHT 271

YES

434 Is 28 VDC present on plug pin B when APU is motored?


97

YES

TO SHT 143

NO

435 437 Gain access to and disconnect plug P593U/ 1 P257AM (2) from sequencing oil pressure switch (3). Is 28 VDC present on plug P593U pin C when APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) is placed to START?
92

NO

Repair open circuit between pin C of plug P593U/ 1 P257AM and pin D of plug P593T/ 1 P622AM (4) (or splice). (See figure 2-6.)

YES

436 Is there continuity between pin E of plug P593U/ P257AM and pin B of plug P646J/ 1 P627BM?
90 97
1

438 YES Replace sequencing oil pressure switch in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-90-12.

NO 439 Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 141)

2-162

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 142)

49-00-00
2-163

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 141 440 Remove electrical power from airplane. Is there continuity between pins A and B of fuel solenoid valve (1)?
96 97

442 NO Replace fuel solenoid valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-30-11

YES

441 Remove fuel filter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-30-12. Is fuel filter clean and serviceable? YES 444 Replace fuel atomizer in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-13. 443 NO Replace fuel filter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-30-12.

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 143)

2-164

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 144)

49-00-00
2-165

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 1 OR 127 445 NOTE EGT indicator wiring harness is made of alumel and chromel wires; repair to these wires may not be feasible. A break or open circuit in one wire may require replacement of both wires in the specified section. Is EXH TEMP indicator (1) reading off scale low? YES

NO

TO SHT 157

446 Gain access to and disconnect wires from + and terminals of EXH TEMP indicator. Is there a resistance reading between the two disconnected wires?
16 15

450 YES 448 Is resistance reading 22 ( ohms? YES 0.05) NO Adjust or replace thermocouple resistor in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-7001.

NO

TO SHT 155 447 Gain access to and disconnect plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM (4) from APU. Is there a resistance reading between pins T and S of receptacle J583B/ 1 J429AM (3)?
4 3

449 NO Is there resistance reading between the terminals of the thermocouple (2).
1 2

451 NO Replace thermocouple assembly in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-11.

YES YES

TO SHT 147 452 Replace thermocouple wiring harness between thermocouple and receptacle J583B/ 1 J429AM. (See figure 2-10.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-10 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 145)

2-166

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 146)

49-00-00
2-167

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 145 453 Gain access to and disconnect plug P375RA/ 1 P619AM (1) from APU firewall. Is there continuity between pin A of plug P375RA/ 1 P619AM and pin T of plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM (2)?
7 4

456 NO Replace thermocouple wiring harness between plug P375RA/ 1 P619AM and plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM. (See figure 2-10.)

YES

454 Is there continuity between pin C of plug P375RA/ 1 P619AM and pin S of plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM?
5 3

457 NO Replace thermocouple wiring harness between plug P375RA/ 1 P619AM and plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM. (See figure 2-10.)

YES

455 Is there continuity between pin B of plug P375RA/ 1 P619AM and shields for both thermocouple wires?
6

458 NO Repair shield or replace thermocouple wiring harness between plug P375RA/ 1 P619AM and plug P603C/ P1244C/ 1 P613AM. (See figure 210.)

YES

TO SHT 149

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-10 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 147)

2-168

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 148)

49-00-00
2-169

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 147 459 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and disconnect plug P362B/P3959B (3) at overhead disconnect. Is there continuity between plug pin c and disconnected wire from terminal of EXH TEMP indicator (1)?
14 16

463 NO Replace thermocouple wiring harness between plug P362B/ P3959B and EXH TEMP indicator. (See figure 2-10.)

YES

460 Is there continuity between plug pin e and disconnected wire from terminal of EXH TEMP indicator?
12 15

464 NO Replace thermocouple wiring harness between plug P362B/ P3959B and EXH TEMP indicator. (See figure 2-10.)

YES

461 Is there continuity between plug pin d and shields for both thermocouple wires?
13

465 NO Repair shield or replace thermocouple wiring harness between plug P362B/P3959B and EXH TEMP indicator. (See figure 2-10.)

YES

462 Is there continuity between pin d of receptacle J133B/J3970B (2) and shields for both thermocouple wires?
13

466 NO Repair shield or replace thermocouple wiring harness between receptacle J133B/J3970B and terminal board TB512M/ 1 TB239AM (4). (See figure 2-10.)

YES

TO SHT 151

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-10 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 149)

2-170

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 150)

49-00-00
2-171

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 149 467 Gain access to terminal board TB512M/ 1 TB239AM (2). Is there continuity between terminal board terminal 1 and pin c of receptacle J133B/J3970B (1)?
11 14

470 NO Replace thermocouple wiring harness from terminal board TB512M/ 1 TB239AM and spool resistor R40RA/ 1 R222AM to receptacle J133B/ J3970B. (See figure 2-10.)

YES

468 Gain access to spool resistor R40RA/ 1 R222AM (3). Is there continuity between spool resistor terminal (wire E722/ 1 E722AM) and pin e of receptacle J133B/J3970B?
9 12

471 NO Replace thermocouple wiring harness from terminal board TB512M/ 1 TB239AM and spool resistor R40RA/ 1 R222AM to receptacle J133B/ J3970B. (See figure 2-10.)

YES

469 Is there continuity between terminals of the spool resistor R40RA/ 1 R222AM?
8 9

472 NO Replace spool resistor R40RA/ 1 R222AM. Adjust resistor in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-01.

YES

TO SHT 153

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-10 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 151)

2-172

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 152)

49-00-00
2-173

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 151 473 Is there continuity between terminal 1 of terminal board TB512M/ 1 TB239AM (2) and pin C of receptacle J230RA/ 1 J428AM (3)?
11 5

477 Replace thermocouple wiring harness from terminal board TB512M/ 1 TB239AM and spool resistor R40RA/ 1 R222AM (4) to receptacle J230RA/ 1 J428AM. (See figure 2-10.)

NO

YES

478 474 Is there continuity between terminal 2 of terminal board TB512M/ 1 TB239AM and shields for all four thermocouple wires?
10

NO

YES

Repair shield or replace thermocouple wiring harness from terminal board TB512M/ 1 TB239AM and spool resistor R40RA/ 1 R222AM (4) to receptacle J230RA/ 1 J428AM or receptacle J133B/J3970B (1), as applicable. (See figure 210.)

475 Is a ground present on terminal board terminal 2?


10

479 NO Repair ground circuit. (See figure 2-10.)

YES

476 Is there continuity between pin B of receptacle J230RA/ 1 J428AM and shields for both thermocouple wires?
6

480 Repair shield or replace thermocouple wiring harness from terminal board TB512M/ 1 TB239AM and spool resistor R40RA/ 1 R222AM (4) to receptacle J230RA/ 1 J428AM. (See figure 2-10.)

NO

YES 481 Replace thermocouple wiring harness from terminal board TB512M/ 1 TB239AM and spool resistor R40RA/ 1 R222AM (4) to receptacle J230RA/ 1 J428AM. (See figure 2-10.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-10 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 153)

2-174

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 154)

49-00-00
2-175

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 145 482 Is there an open between the wires removed from the + and terminals of the EXH TEMP indicator (1) and their respective shields?
15 16

484 NO Repair or replace as necessary applicable wire that is shorted to shield. (See figure 2-10.)

YES

483 Is there a ground on the wire shield of the wires removed from the + and terminals of the EXH TEMP indicator? YES NO

485 Repair ground circuit to terminal 2 of TB512M/ 1 TB239AM (2). (See figure 2-10.)

486 Replace EXH TEMP Indicator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-10.

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-10 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 155)

2-176

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 156)

49-00-00
2-177

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 145 487 Gain access to and disconnect wire from the + and terminal of EXH TEMP indicator (1). Did indicator read off scale low? YES NO 490 Replace EXH TEMP indicator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-10.

488 a. Connect removed wires to a resistance bridge and record reading. b. Reverse connection of leads to bridge resistance and record reading. Is average of both readings 22 ( 0.05) ohms?
15 16

491 YES Replace EXH TEMP indicator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-10.

NO 492 489 Is average reading below 21.95 ohms? YES NO Adjust spool resistor R40RA/ 1 R222AM in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-01.

493 Replace spool resistor R40RA/ 1 R222AM and adjust to proper value in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-01.

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-10 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 157)

2-178

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 158)

49-00-00
2-179

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 7 OR 29 494 4900014 498 YES Repair or replace defective components as applicable.

Gain access to and inspect control air lines (1) for leaks and loose connections or fittings. Is there evidence of leaks or loose connections or fittings? NO

495 Test and adjust fuel cracking pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11 if using engine analyzer or TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-30-20 if analyzer is not available. Is cracking pressure 57 to 63 psi? YES 499 NO If pressure cannot be adjusted within limits, replace fuel control in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1, 49-30-10.

496 Remove and inspect fuel atomizer in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-30-13. Is atomizer serviceable? YES NO

500 Replace fuel atomizer in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1, 49-30-13.

497 NOTE Hot spots from previous occurrences are identified by visual/dye marker. Gain access to and inspect plenum assembly (2) for hot spots. Is there any evidence of a hot spot not previously identified? NO 501 YES Replace fuel atomizer in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1, 49-30-13 and apply visual indicator/dye marker on the hot spot surface.

TO SHT 161

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 159)

2-180

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 160)

49-00-00
2-181

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 159 502 Remove and inspect thermostat in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-50-13. Is thermostat serviceable? YES NO 505 Replace thermostat in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1, 49-50-13

503 a. Shim thermostat for temperature decrease in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 4900-11 or TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-001-2, 49-50-13, as applicable. b. Start APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 4900-11 or 49-00-01, as applicable. Was normal EXH TEMP attained during start? NO

506 YES Problem was thermostat out of shim.

504 Gain access to load control valve (1). Is valve fully closed? YES NO

507 Replace load control valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1, 49-50-10.

508 Replace fuel control in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1, 49-30-10. If problem persists, replace APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1, 49-30-10.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 161)

2-182

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 162)

49-00-00
2-183

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 9 OR 11 509 4900013 NO

514 a. Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-02. b. Check cracking pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-20. Is cracking pressure correct? YES TO SHT 175 515 NO Adjust cracking pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-20.

Did tachometer indicator (1) read at least 95 percent within 35 seconds? YES

510 Is airplane HC-130(H)N airplane AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 or AF92-3281 and up? NO 511 Press to test ON SPEED light (2). Does ON SPEED light come on when pressed? NO YES TO SHT 165 YES TO SHT 165

512 Replace light bulb in ON SPEED light. Does ON SPEED light come on? NO YES

516 Problem was defective light bulb.

513 a. Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-02. b. Temporarily remove electrical power from airplane and gain access to ON SPEED light terminals. Is a ground present on light terminal 1?
1

NO

517 Repair ground circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES 518 Replace ON SPEED light assembly. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 163)

2-184

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 164)

49-00-00
2-185

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 163 519 Gain access to APU on speed relay (1). Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal X1?
43

NO

TO SHT 171

YES

520 Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal X2?


44

524 YES Repair ground circuit to relay terminal X2. (See figure 2-6.)

NO

521 Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal B1?


42

525 NO Repair open circuit between relay terminals X1 and B1. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

522 Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal B2?


41

NO

526 Replace APU on speed relay.

YES

523 Is airplane HC-130(H)N airplane AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 or AF92-3281 and up? NO YES TO SHT 169

TO SHT 167

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 165)

2-186

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 166)

49-00-00
2-187

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 165 527 Gain access to terminals of BLEED AIR VALVE switch (1). Is there 28 VDC on terminal with wire K160B20?
9

NO

TO SHT 169

YES

528 Gain access to terminals of APU ON SPEED light (2). Is there 28 VDC on terminal 2?
2

529 NO Repair open circuit between BLEED AIR VALVE switch terminal and terminal 2 of APU ON SPEED light. (See figure 2-6.)

YES 530 Replace APU ON SPEED light assembly. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 167)

2-188

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 168)

49-00-00
2-189

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 165 OR 167 531 a. Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-02. b. Remove electrical power from airplane. c. Gain access to and disconnect plug P168D/P1843A (2) at overhead panel disconnect. Is there continuity between plug pin L and terminal of BLEED AIR VALVE/BL AIR switch (1) with wire K160B20?
22 9

534 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

532 Is airplane HC-130(H)N airplane AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 or AF92-3281 and up? YES NO

535 Repair open circuit between pin L of receptacle J132C/J963C (3) and terminal B2 of APU on speed relay (4). (See figure 2-6.)

533 a. Connect plug P168D/P1843A at overhead panel disconnect. b. Gain access to terminals of BL AIR switch. c. Start APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 4900-01. Is 28 VDC present on BL AIR switch common terminal?
9

536 NO Repair open circuit between pin L of receptacle J132C/J963C (3) and terminal B2 of APU on speed relay (4). (See figure 2-6.)

YES

TO SHT 209

NOTE
1

Airplanes prior to AF92-0547 and AF92-3021 through AF92-3024 except HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF902103. HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 and AF92-3281 and up.

3. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 169)

2-190

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxillary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 170)

49-00-00
2-191

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 165 537 NOTE A change of 0.1 is equivalent to 6 minutes of run time. a. Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-02. b. Gain access to elapsed time indicator (3). Did indicator increase in reading while APU was running? NO YES TO SHT 173

538 Gain access to and disconnect plug P593T/ 1 P622AM (1) from centrifugal switch assembly (2). Is there continuity between pin F of plug P593T/ 1 P622AM and elapsed time indicator circuit breaker CB45A/ 1 CB222AM (4)?
84 87

539 YES Replace centrifugal switch assembly in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-60-10.

NO 540 Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 171)

2-192

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 172)

49-00-00
2-193

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 171 541 a. Remove electrical power from airplane. b. Gain access to and disconnect plug P603C/P1244C (5) from APU. Is there continuity between pin P of receptacle J583B (4) and line side of elapsed time indicator circuit breaker (6)?
65 87

543 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

542 Gain access to and disconnect plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM (3) at APU compartment firewall. Is there continuity between pin P of plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM and pin P of plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM?
61 65

544 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES 545 Repair open circuit between pin P of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM (2) and terminal X1 of APU on speed relay (1). (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 173)

2-194

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 174)

49-00-00
2-195

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 11, 29, OR 163 546 Inspect all APU air control lines (1). Are air lines loose or damaged? NO YES 549 Repair or replace air lines as required.

547 Adjust no load governed speed in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11 or TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-30-21, as applicable. Will governor adjust, resulting in tachometer indication between 95 and 105 percent? NO

550 YES Fault was corrected by adjusting fuel control governor.

548 Remove and inspect fuel atomizer in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-30-13. Is atomizer clean and serviceable? YES 551 NO Replace fuel atomizer in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-13.

TO SHT 177

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 175)

2-196

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 176)

49-00-00
2-197

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 175 552 Remove and inspect thermostat in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-50-13. Is thermostat serviceable? YES NO 556 Replace thermostat in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1, 49-50-13.

553 a. Adjust thermostat in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG00-1-1, 49-00-11 or TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-50-21, as applicable. b. Start APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 4900-11 or 49-00-01, as applicable. Did APU achieve on speed condition? NO

557 YES Problem was thermostat out of shim.

554 Remove and inspect fuel filter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-12. Is filter serviceable? YES NO

558 Replace fuel control filter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-12.

555 Gain access to and inspect filter in fuel strainer (1). Is filter serviceable? NO YES

559 Replace fuel control in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-10.

560 Clean or replace fuel strainer filter in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-30-15.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 177)

2-198

49-00-00

Change 5

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 178)

49-00-00
2-199

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 9 OR 11 560.1 Is Airplane AC-130U or MC130H? NO 562 YES Did tachometer indicator (1) read greater than 104.5 percent before APU shut down? YES NO 562.2 Replace E3SS (3) in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-60-11.

561

4900011 YES

562.1 Test and adjust no load governed speed in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-30-21. Does problem persist? YES NO 563 Fault corrected by adjusting fuel control.

Did tachometer indicator (1) read greater than 110 percent before APU shut down? NO

TO SHT 165 564 Replace fuel control unit in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-10.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 179)

2-200

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 180)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-201

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 179 565 Is airplane HC-130(H)N airplane AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF920547 through AF92-2104 or AF92-3281 and up? NO YES

567 a. Gain access to and remove air line (4) from centrifugal switch assembly (5). b. Start APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-01. Did APU continue to operate after tachometer (2) indicated 95 percent RPM? YES 568 570 NO Replace centrifugal switch assembly in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-60-10.

566 a. Gain access to and remove air line (4) from centrifugal switch assembly (5). b. Start APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG00-1-1, 49-00-01. Did APU continue to operate after ON SPEED light (3) came on? NO YES a. Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 4900-02. b. Gain access to and disconnect plug P646H/ 3 P627AM (8) from overspeed test solenoid (9). Is 28 VDC present on plug pin A when APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) is placed to RUN?
69

571 NO Replace overspeed test solenoid in accorance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-60-10.

YES

569 Gain access to and disconnect plug P6063C/P1244C/ 3 P613AM (6) from APU. Is 28 VDC present on plug pin M when APU CONTROL/APU switch is placed to RUN?
64

572 NO Repair hot fault between pin A of plug P646H/ 3 P627AM and pin M of receptacle J583B/ 3 J429AM (7). (See figure 2-6.)

YES

TO SHT 183 573 Replace centrifugal switch assembly in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-60-10.

NOTE
1

Airplanes prior to AF92-0547 and AF92-3021 through AF92-3024, except HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF902103. HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 and AF92-3281 and up. MC-130E AF64-0551.

2 3

4. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 181)

2-202

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 182)

49-00-00
2-203

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 181 574 Gain access to and disconnect plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM (5) at APU compartment firewall. Is 28 VDC present on pin M of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM (6) when APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) is placed to RUN?
56

577 NO Repair hot fault between pin M of plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM and pin M of plug P603C/ P1244C/ 1 P613AM (4). (See figure 2-6.)

YES

575 a. Remove electrical power from airplane. b. Gain access to APU CONTROL/APU switch terminals. Is there continuity between switch terminals 8 and 9 when switch is placed to RUN?
11 12

578 YES Replace APU CONTROL/APU switch.

NO

576 a. Gain access to and disconnect plug P168D/P1843A (2) at overhead panel disconnect. b. Reapply electrical power to airplane. Is 28 VDC present on pin E of receptacle J132C/J963C (3)?
23

579 YES Repair hot fault between pin E of receptacle J132C/J963A and pin M of receptacle J590A. (See figure 2-6.)

NO 580 Repair hot fault between pin E of plug P168D/P1843A and terminal 9 of APU CONTROL/APU switch. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 183)

2-204

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 184)

49-00-00
2-205

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 9 OR 11 581 4900010 NO TO SHT 187

Attempt another start in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG00-1-1, 49-00-01. Does APU start? YES

582 a. Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-02. b. Gain access to and remove APU oil filter (1) in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-90-15. Is oil filter free of contaminants? YES 586 Drain, flush and service oil tank in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-90-30. Replace APU oil filter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-90-15. 584 NO Analyze oil filter contaminants. Is there evidence of engine failure? NO 585 YES Replace APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-11, 49-00-20.

583 Test and adjust oil pump in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG00-1-2, 49-90-20. Did oil pressure adjust to 90 to 100 PSI? YES 588 Fault corrected by adjusting oil pressure relief valve. 587 NO Replace oil pump in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1, 49-90-10.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 185)

2-206

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 186)

49-00-00
2-207

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 185 589 a. Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to and remove APU start current limiter (4). b. Gain access to APU fuel shutoff valve (3). c. Place APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) to START and release to RUN. Did valve open? NO

YES

TO SHT 193

590 Gain access to APU fuel valve control relay (2). Is 28 VDC present between relay terminals X1 and X2?
4 5

NO

TO SHT 195

YES

591 Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal A2?


1

593 NO Repair power circuit. (See figure 2-11.)

YES

592 Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal A1?


3

NO

594 Replace fuel valve control relay.

YES

TO SHT 189

NOTE See figure 2-11 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 187)

2-208

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 188)

49-00-00
2-209

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 187 595 a. Gain access to and disconnect plug P643/P1125 (2) from APU fuel shutoff valve (3). b. Place APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) to START and release to RUN. Is 28 VDC present on plug pin A?
9

NO

TO SHT 191

YES

596 Is a ground present on plug pin E?


10

597 NO Repair ground circuit. (See figure 2-11.)

YES 598 Replace APU fuel shutoff valve in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-28JG-20-1, 28-22-23.

NOTE See figure 2-11 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 189)

2-210

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 190)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-210.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 22.1 598.1 4900017

a. Remove power to APU door actuator (1). b. Disconnect plug (2) from APU door actuator. Is 28 VDC present on pin 8 of APU door actuator plug when APU control switch (3) is placed to RUN?
33

598.4 NO Repair open circuit between pin 8 of APU door actuator plug and terminal C2 of Auxiliary Touchdown Relay.

YES

598.2 Is there continuity between pins 7 and 8 on APU door actuator?


32 33

598.5 NO Replace APU door actuator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-10-10.

YES

598.3 a. Remove power to APU door actuator. b. Connect plug to APU door actuator. c. Gain access to APU control switch (3). d. Place APU control switch to RUN. Is 28 VDC present on switch terminal 2?
16

598.6 NO Repair open circuit between switch terminal 2 and APU door actuator plug pin 7.

YES 598.7 Replace APU door actuator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-10-10.

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 190.1)

2-210.2

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 190.2)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-211

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 189 601 599 Is airplane AF92-2104, or AF931036 and up, or an LC-130H airplane? NO YES Repair open circuit between terminal A1 of APU fuel valve control relay (2) and pin A of plug P643L/P1125 (4). (See figure 2-11.)

600 Gain access to terminal board TB42B (1). Is there 28 VDC on terminal 20?
7

602 NO Repair open circuit between terminal 20 of TB42B and terminal A1 of APU fuel valve control relay (2). (See figure 2-11.)

YES 603 Repair open circuit between terminal 20 of TB42B and pin A of plug P643A (3). (See figure 2-11.)

NOTE See figure 2-11 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 191)

2-212

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 192)

49-00-00
2-213

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 187 604 Gain access to APU oil tank (1) and inspect oil quantity. Is oil tank empty? YES NO 606 Replace low oil pressure switch in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-90-11.

607 605 Gain access to APU (2) and inspect for oil leaks? Is there an oil leak? NO YES Repair oil leak or replace component as applicable. Service APU oil tank in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-12JG-10-2, 12-15-01.

608 Service APU oil tank in accordance with TO 1C-130H-212JG-10-2, 12-15-01. Operate APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-11, 49-00-01 and monitor oil consumption. If problem persists, replace APU.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 193)

2-214

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 194)

49-00-00
2-215

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 195)

2-216

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 196)

49-00-00
2-217

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 195 619 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to terminals of APU fire control switch (2). Is 28 VDC present on switch terminal A3? NO YES 621 Repair open circuit between terminal X1 of APU fuel valve control relay (1) and terminal A3 of APU fire control switch. (See figure 2-6.)

620 Temporarily remove electrical power and gain access to terminals of APU fire control switch. Is 28 VDC present on terminal A2 of fire control switch? YES NO

622 Repair open circuit between terminal B2 and terminal A2 of APU fire control switch. (See figure 2-6.)

623 Replace APU fire control switch.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 197)

2-218

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 198)

49-00-00
2-219

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 9 OR 11 624 4900009

a. Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-02. b. Gain access to and disconnect plug P646K/ 3 P543EM (5) from load control valve (4). c. Start APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-01. Does problem persist? NO

627 YES Replace load control valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-50-10.

625 a. Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-02. b. Remove electrical power from airplane. c. Gain access to terminals of BLEED AIR VALVE/BL AIR switch (1) and disconnect wire from OPEN/ON terminal. Is there continuity between common and OPEN/ON terminals?
9 10

628 YES Replace BLEED AIR VALVE/BL AIR switch. (See figure 2-6.)

NO

626 a. Gain access to and disconnect plug P603C/P1244C/ 3 P613AM (3) from APU. b. Apply electrical power to airplane. Is 28 VDC present on plug pin G?
67

629 NO Repair hot fault between pin G of receptacle J583B/ 3 J429AM (2) and pin B of plug P646K/ 3 P543EM (5). (See figure 2-6.)

YES

TO SHT 201

NOTE
1

Airplanes prior to AF92-0547 and AF92-3021 through AF92-3024 except HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF90-2103 and MC-130E AF64-0551. HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 and AF92-3281 and up. MC-130E AF64-0551.

2 3

4. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 199)

2-220

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxillary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 200)

49-00-00
2-221

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 199 630 Gain access to and disconnect plug P1068A/ 3 P614AM (6) at APU firewall. Is 28 VDC present on pin G of receptacle J590A/ 3 J427AM (5)?
63

632 NO Repair hot fault between pin G of plug P1068A/ 3 P614AM and pin G of plug P603C/ P1244C/ 3 P613AM (4). (See figure 2-6.)

YES

631 a. Temporarily remove electrical power from airplane. b. Gain access to and disconnect plug P168D/P1843A (2) at overhead panel disconnect. Is 28 VDC present on pin N of receptacle J132C/J963C (3)?
21

633 NO Repair hot fault between pin N of plug P168D/P1843A and OPEN/OFF terminal of BLEED AIR VALVE/BL AIR switch (1). (See figure 2-6.)

YES 634 Repair hot fault between pin N of receptacle J132C/J963C and pin G of receptacle J590A/ 3 J427AM. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1

Airplanes prior to AF92-0547 and AF92-3021 through AF92-3024 except HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF90-2103 and MC-130E AF64-0551. HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 and AF92-3281 and up. MC-130E AF64-0551.

2 3

4. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 201)

2-222

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 202)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-222.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 22.1 634.1 Check cracking pressure. Is pressure 60 ( 3) psi? YES 4900023 NO 634.3 Adjust cracking pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-20.

634.2 Remove burner drain valve (1). Is the valve serviceable? NO YES

634.4 Replace fuel atomizer in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-20.

634.5 Replace valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-20-10.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 202.1)

2-222.2

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 202.2)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-222.3

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 22.3 634.6 4900025, 4900118 NO

634.10 Adjust cracking pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-20. If pressure can not be adjusted, replace fuel control assembly, 49-30-10.

Test fuel cracking pressure. Is pressure 60 ( 3) psi? YES

634.7 Remove and inspect fuel atomizer. Is atomizer serviceable? YES NO

634.11 Replace fuel atomizer in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-13.

634.8 NOTE Do not exceed APU starter duty cycle. a. Remove power to oil pressure sequencing switch. b. Open vent valve on downstream side of APU load control valve. c. Disconnect plug from oil pressure sequencing switch (1). d. Place APU control switch (2) to START. e. Is air pressure felt from vent valve? NO 634.12 YES Replace load control valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-50-10.

634.9 Remove control air line from PCV (3). Can air be blown through PCV? YES NO

634.13 Replace PCV in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-50-15.

TO SHT 202.5

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 202.3)

2-222.4

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 202.4)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-222.5

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 202.3 634.14 a. Remove power from APU. b. Disconnect plugs from load air control valve (1) and compressor discharge solenoid valve (2). c. Is continuity present between the following pins: NO Discharge Solenoid Valve A B
100

634.16 Repair open circuit.

Load Air Control Valve A B


98 99

101

YES

634.17 634.15 Does continuity exist between compressor discharge solenoid valve receptacle pins A and B?
100 101

YES

NO

Replace in sequence in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, until problem is corrected: 1. ETAC (49-60-12). 2. Compressor discharge solenoid valve (49-50-14).

634.18 Replace compressor discharge solenoid valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-50-14.

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 202.5)

2-222.6

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 202.6)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-223

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 13 OR 29 635 Check regulated air pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-50-20. Is pressure within limits? YES NO 638 Adjust air pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1, 49-50-20.

636

4900107 639 YES Repair or replace control air lines as necessary.

Gain access to and inspect control air lines (1) for leaks, loose fittings and connections. Is there evidence of air leaks? NO

637 Adjust no load governed speed in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11 or TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-30-21, as applicable. Did problem persist? NO YES

640 Replace fuel control in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1, 49-30-10. If problem persists, replace APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1, 49-00-20.

641 Problem was fuel control out of adjustment.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 203)

2-224

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 204)

49-00-00
2-225

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 13 OR 17 641.1 Is airplane AC-130U, MC-130H, or MC-130W? NO 641.2 YES Remove, reseal, and reinstall turbine cavity vent. Did problem persist? YES NO 643.1 Problem corrected.

642

4900106, 4900111

a. Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-02. b. Gain access to and connect a direct reading pressure gauge to the APU oil pump pressure port (2). c. Gain access to and connect a direct reading pressure gauge to the APU oil scavenge line (1). d. Start APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 4900-01. Is oil pressure gauge reading 90 to 100 psi at pressure port? YES

644 NO Adjust oil pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-90-20. If problem persists, replace oil pump in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-90-10.

643 Is scavenge pressure gauge reading 1 to +1 psi/ 1 0 to +1 psi? YES NO

645 Replace oil pump in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-90-10.

646 Change oil filter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-90-15. If problem persists, replace APU in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-20.

NOTE
1

AC-130U and MC-130H Airplanes.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 205)

2-226

49-00-00

Change 4

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 206)

49-00-00
2-227

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 13 647 4900105 NO TO SHT 209

Did BLEED MANIFOLD PRESSURE gage (1) show any increase in reading? YES

648 Gain access to and inspect bleed air lines. Are there any loose or damaged bleed air lines? NO 651 YES Repair or replace bleed air lines as required.

649 Gain access to load control valve control air lines (2). Are there any loose or damaged control air lines? NO 652 YES Repair or replace control air lines as required.

650 Adjust no load governed speed in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-21, not to exceed 105 percent RPM. Did BLEED MANIFOLD PRESSURE gage read 35 psi minimum? YES

653 NO Replace load control valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-50-10. If problem persists, replace APU in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-20.

654 Problem was fuel control governor out of adjustment.

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 207)

2-228

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 208)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-228.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 13, 22.3 654.1 4900116 YES 654.7 Repair or replace air lines.

a. Shut down APU. b. Inspect load control lines. Are there any damage or loose lines? NO

654.2 Perform bleed air manifold leak check. Does system pass check? YES NO

654.8 Repair or replace bleed air system components in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-50-00.

654.9 654.3 Is RPM (1) with load above 96.6%? NO YES 654.6 a. Note EGT. b. Increase bleed air load. Does EGT increase? NO Replace load air control valve in YES accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-50-10. If problem persists, replace APU in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-20. 654.10 Replace ETAC (4) in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-60-12.

654.4 Check and or adjust no load (2) governed speed to 102 ( 1)%. Does problem persist? YES NO

654.11 Problem is corrected. (No further action required)

654.5 a. Shut down APU. b. Remove and inspect fuel control filter (3). Is filter serviceable? YES NO 654.12 Replace filter.

TO SHT 208.3

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 208.1)

2-228.2

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 208.2)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-228.3

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 208.1 654.13 Inspect APU fuel strainer filter (1) or (2). Is filter serviceable? YES NO 654.15 Clean or replace filter.

654.14 Remove and inspect fuel atomizer. Is the atomizer serviceable? YES NO

654.16 Replace fuel atomizer in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-12.

654.17 Replace fuel control assembly in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-30-10. If problem persists, replace APU in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-20.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 208.3)

2-228.4

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 208.4)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-229

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 169 OR 207 655 a. Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-02. b. Gain access to and disconnect plug P646K/ 1 P543EM (2) from load control valve (1). c. Start APU and perform figure 2-2, Preparation B. Is 28 VDC present between plug pins A and B?
98 99

658 YES Replace load control valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-50-10.

NO

656 Is 28 VDC present on plug pin B?


99

NO

TO SHT 215

YES

657 Is a ground present on plug pin A?


98

NO

TO SHT 213

YES

TO SHT 211

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 209)

2-230

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 210)

49-00-00
2-231

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 209 659 Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-02. Is there continuity between pins A and B of load control valve solenoid (1)?
98 99

661 NO Replace load control valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 40-50-10.

YES

660 Connect pressure gage and check air pressure regulator in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG00-1-2, 49-50-20. Is pressure within limits? YES 663 Replace load control valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 40-50-10. 662 NO Adjust air pressure regulator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1, 49-50-20.

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 211)

2-232

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 212)

49-00-00
2-233

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 209 664 a. Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 4900-02. b. Remove electrical power from airplane. c. Gain access to and disconnect plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM (4) from APU. Is a ground present on plug pin A?
66

666 YES Repair open circuit between pin A of receptacle J583B/ 1 J429AM (5) and pin A of plug P646K/ 1 P543EM (3). (See figure 2-6.)

NO

665 Gain access to and disconnect plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM (2) at APU compartment firewall. Is a ground present on pin A of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM (1)?
62

667 YES Repair open circuit between pin A of plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM and pin A of plug P603C/ P1244C/ 1 P613AM. (See figure 2-6.)

NO 668 Repair ground circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 213)

2-234

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU)lMalfunction (Sheet 214)

49-00-00
2-235

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 209 669 a. Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG00-1-1, 49-00-02. b. Remove electrical power from airplane. c. Gain access to and disconnect plug P603C/P1244C/ 3 P613AM (5) from APU. Is there continuity between pin B of plug P646K/ 3 P543EM (8) and pin G of receptacle J583B/ 3 J429AM (4)?
99 67

673 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

670 Gain access to and disconnect plug P1068A/ 3 P614AM (6) at APU compartment firewall. Is there continuity between pin G of plug P1068A/ 3 P614AM and pin G of plug P603C/P1244C/ 3 P613AM?
63 67

674 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

671 Gain access to terminals of BLEED AIR VALVE/BL AIR switch (1). Is there continuity between common and OPEN/ON terminals of switch?
9 10

672 Gain access to and disconnect plug P168D/P1843A (2) at overhead panel disconnect. Is there continuity between OPEN/ON terminal of BLEED AIR VALVE/BL AIR switch and pin N of plug P168D/P1843A?
10 21

675 Repair open circuit between pin YES N of receptacle J132C/J963C (3) and pin G of receptacle J590A/ 3 J427AM (7). (See figure 2-6.)

YES

NO

NO 676 Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.) 677 Replace BLEED AIR VALVE/BL AIR switch.

NOTE
1

Airplanes prior to AF92-0547 and AF92-3021 through AF92-3024 except HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF90-2103 and MC-130E AF64-0551. HC-130(H)N airplanes AF88-2101 through AF90-2103, airplanes AF92-0547 through AF92-2104 and AF92-3281 and up. MC-130E AF64-0551.

2 3

4. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 215)

2-236

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxillary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 216)

49-00-00
2-237

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 15 OR 33 678 4900104 682 YES Repair or replace air control lines as required.

Inspect all APU control air lines (1). Are there any loose or damaged air lines? NO

679 Check regulated air pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-50-20. Is pressure within limits? YES NO

683 Adjust air pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-50-20.

680 Remove and inspect load control thermostat in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-5013. Is thermostat defective? NO 684 YES Replace load control thermostat in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-50-13.

681 a. Test and adjust load control thermostat in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11 or TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-50-21, as applicable. b. Start APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 4900-11 or 49-00-01, as applicable. c. Run APU under air and electrical load condition. Did APU remain on speed under load conditions? NO

685 YES Problem was thermostat out of shim. Secure system.

TO SHT 219

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 217)

2-238

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 218)

49-00-00
2-239

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 217 686 a. Gain access to fuel control (1) and adjust no-load governed speed in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11 or TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 4930-21, as applicable, not to exceed 105 percent. b. Start APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 4900-01 or 49-00-11 and apply pneumatic and electrical load. Did APU remain on speed? NO

687 YES Problem was fuel governor out of adjustment.

688 Replace fuel control in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-10. If problem persists, replace APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-00-20.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 219)

2-240

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 220)

49-00-00
2-241

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 15 689 4900103 693 YES Replace APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-11, 49-00-20.

Gain access to and inspect plenum (1), split lines, and joints. Check for air leaks at joints and cracks in housings. Is there evidence of cracks or air leaks? NO

690 Gain access to and inspect all APU control air lines (2). Are there any loose or damaged lines? NO 695 691 Did load control valve (3) open smoothly within 11 to 15 seconds? YES NO Adjust load control valve opening rate in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-0011 or replace load control valve in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-50-10. 694 YES Repair or replace air lines as required.

692 Check regulated air pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-50-20. Is pressure within limits? NO YES

696 Adjust air pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-50-20.

692.1 Is Airplane AC-130U or MC130H? NO YES

692.2 Is bleed air load stable? NO

YES

696.1 Replace ON SPEED light assembly.

TO SHT 223 696.2 Replace load control valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-50-10.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 221)

2-242

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 222)

49-00-00
2-243

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 221 697 a. Shut down APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-02. b. Remove and inspect combustion chamber liner (1) in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG00-1-1, 49-20-10. Is there evidence of a hot spot? NO 698 YES Replace fuel atomizer in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-13.

699 Replace fuel control in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-10. If problem persists, replace APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-20.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 223)

2-244

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 224)

49-00-00
2-245

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 15 699.1 4900102 YES

Is airplane AC-130U, MC-130H, or MC-130W? NO

TO SHT 226.1

700

4900102

NO

Did APU door (1) fully close? YES

TO SHT 227

701 Replace APU door actuator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-10-10.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 225)

2-246

49-00-00

Change 4

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 226)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-246.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 226.1)

2-246.2

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 226.2)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-246.3

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 226.3)

2-246.4

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 226.4)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-246.5

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 226.3 701.23 a. Remove power to APU. b. Connect plug to APU door actuator. c. Gain access to APU door close control relay (1). Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal A2?
22

701.28 NO Repair open circuit between terminal A2 of APU door control relay and pin 9 of APU door actuator plug.

YES

701.24 Is 28 VDC present on terminal B1?


20

701.29 NO Repair open circuit between terminal A2 and B1 of APU door control relay.

YES

701.25 Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal X1?


23

701.27 NO Is 28 VDC present on terminal X2 of APU door control relay?


24

YES 701.30 Repair ground.

YES

NO 701.31 Replace APU door control relay.

701.26 Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal A1?


21

701.32 NO Repair open circuit between relay terminal A1 and X1.

YES

TO SHT 226.7 NOTE


1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-7 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 226.5)

2-246.6

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 226.6)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-246.7

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 226.5 701.33 Gain access to APU door close control relay (1). Is 28 VDC present on terminal A2?
22

701.37 YES Repair open circuit between terminal A2 of APU door close control relay and terminal B1 of APU door control relay.

NO

701.34 Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal A1?


21

701.38 YES Repair open circuit between terminal A1 of APU door close control relay and terminal A1 of door control relay.

NO

701.35 Energize AUX touchdown relay (2). Is 28 VDC present on APU door close control relay terminal X1?
23

701.39 YES Repair open circuit between terminal X1 and pin 4 of APU door actuator plug.

NO

701.36 Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal A1?


21

YES

701.40 Repair ground.

NO 701.41 Replace APU door close control relay.

NOTE See figure 2-7 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 226.7)

2-246.8

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 226.8)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-247

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 225 702 Gain access to aux touchdown relay (No. 1) (2). Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal C3?
6

NO

TO SHT 257

YES

703 706 Gain access to and disconnect plug P901A/ 1 P620AM (4) from APU door actuator (3). Is 28 VDC present on plug pin 6?
17

NO

Repair open circuit between terminal C3 of aux touchdown relay (No. 1) and pin 6 of plug P901A/ 1 P620AM. (See figure 2-7.)

YES

704 Is there continuity between pins 6 and 9 of APU door actuator?


17 18

707 NO Replace APU door actuator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-10-10.

YES

705 a. Reconnect plug P901A/ 1 P620AM to APU door actuator. b. Gain access to APU door control relay (1). Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal A2?
22

708 NO Repair open circuit between terminal A2 of APU door control relay and pin 9 of plug P901A/ 1 P620AM. (See figure 2-7.)

YES

TO SHT 229

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-7 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 227)

2-248

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 228)

49-00-00
2-249

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 227 709 Is there 28 VDC on terminal B1 of APU door control relay (2)?
20

714 NO Repair open circuit between terminals A2 and B1 of APU door control relay. (See figure 2-7.)

YES

710 Remove electrical power from the airplane. Is there continuity between terminals X1 and X2 of relay?
23 24

715 NO Replace APU door control relay. (See figure 2-7.)

YES

711 Is there ground on terminal X2 of relay?


24

716 NO Repair ground circuit. (See figure 2-7.)

YES

712 Is there continuity between terminals X1 and A1 of relay?


21 23

717 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-7.)

YES

713 Gain access to APU door close control relay (1). Is there continuity between terminal A1 of APU door close control relay and terminal A1 of APU door control relay?
10 21

718 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-7.)

YES

TO SHT 231 NOTE See figure 2-7 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 229)

2-250

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 230)

49-00-00
2-251

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 229 719 Is there continuity between terminal A2 of APU door close control relay (1) and terminal B1 of APU door control relay (2)?
4 20

723 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-7.)

YES

720 Is there continuity between terminal Y1 of door close control relay and terminal B2 of door control relay?
3 19

724 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-7.)

YES

721 Is there continuity between terminals X1 and X2 of door close control relay?
11 12

725 NO Replace APU door close control relay. (See figure 2-7.)

YES

722 Is there ground on terminal X2 of door close control relay?


12

726 NO Repair ground circuit. (See figure 2-7.)

YES

TO SHT 233

NOTE See figure 2-7 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 231)

2-252

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 232)

49-00-00
2-253

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 231 727 Gain access to and disconnect plug P901A (6) from APU door actuator (5). Is there continuity between plug pin 4 and terminal X1 of door close control relay (2)?
16 11

730 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-7.)

YES

728 Gain access to and swap APU door control relay (3) and APU on speed relay (4). Does problem persist? YES NO 731 Replace door control relay.

729 a. Close TOUCHDOWN RELAY circuit breaker (1). b. Apply power to airplane. Is there continuity between terminals A1 and A2 of door close control relay?
10 4

732 NO Replace door close control relay.

YES 733 Replace APU door actuator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-10-10.

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-7 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 233)

2-254

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 234)

49-00-00
2-255

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 15 OR 33 733.1 Is airplane AC-130U, MC-130H, or MC-130W? NO 4900101 YES TO SHT 236.1

734

4900101 738 NO Replace overspeed test solenoid in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 4950-11.

a. Pull APU fire control handle (2). b. Gain access to and disconnect plug P646H/ 1 P627AM (4) from overspeed test solenoid (3). Is there continuity between pins A and B of solenoid?
69 68

YES

735 Is a ground present on plug P646H/


68
1

P627AM pin B?

NO

TO SHT 271

YES

736 a. Temporarily remove electrical power from airplane. b. Gain access to and remove APU START current limiter (9). c. Push in APU fire control handle. d. Momentarily place APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) or analyzer START switch (8) to START. e. Place APU CONTROL/APU switch or analyzer STOP switch (7) to STOP. Is 28 VDC present on plug P646H/ 1 P627AM pin A?
69

737 a. Connect plug P646H/ 1 P627AM to overspeed test solenoid. b. Disconnect control air line (5) from centrifugal switch assembly (6). c. Apply air pressure not to exceed 5 psi on removed line. Does air flow freely through line? YES

739 NO Replace overspeed test solenoid valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 4950-11.

YES

NO

TO SHT 237 740 Replace centrifugal switch assembly in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-60-10.

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 235)

2-256

49-00-00

Change 4

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 236)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-256.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 235 740.1 a. Pull APU fire control handle (1) to shut down APU. b. Remove power from APU. c. Gain access to and disconnect plug (2) from E3SS. Is there continuity between E3SS pins B and L?
67 62

740.4 YES Replace E3SS in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-60-11.

NO

740.2 Gain access to terminals of APU CONTROL switch (3). Does continuity exist between terminals 8 and 9?
16 17

740.5 NO Replace APU CONTROL switch.

YES

740.3 Is resistance from terminal 8 to ground 165 ( 25) ohms?


16

740.6 NO Repair open between switch terminal 9 and E3SS plug pin B.

YES 740.7 Repair open between switch terminal 8 and APU fuel valve control relay terminal X1.

NOTE See figure 2-6.1 or 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 236.1)

2-256.2

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 236.2)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-257

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 235 741 a. Remove electrical power from airplane. b. Gain access to and disconnect plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM (3) from APU. Is there continuity between pin M of receptacle J583B/ 1 J429AM (2) and pin A of plug P646H/ 1 P627AM (1)?
64 69

743 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

742 Gain access to and disconnect plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM (4) at APU compartment firewall. Is there continuity between pin M of plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM and pin M of plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM?
56 64

744 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

TO SHT 239

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-9 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 237)

2-258

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 238)

49-00-00
2-259

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 237 745 Gain access to the terminals of APU CONTROL/APU switch (1). Is there continuity between switch terminals 8 and 9?
11 12

749 NO Replace APU CONTROL/APU switch.

YES

746 Gain access to and disconnect plug P168D/P1843A (2) at overhead panel disconnect. Is there continuity between plug pin E and terminal 9 of APU CONTROL/APU switch?
23 12

750 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

747 Is there continuity between pin K of plug P168D/P1843A and terminal 8 of APU CONTROL/APU switch?
29 11

748 YES Is there continuity between pin E of receptacle J132C/J963C (3) and pin M of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM (4)?
23 56

751 Repair open circuit between pin YES K of receptacle J132C/J963C and terminal X1 of APU fuel valve control relay (5). (See figure 2-6.)

NO

NO 752 Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.) 753 Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 239)

2-260

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 240)

49-00-00
2-261

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 19 OR 33 754 Pull APU fire control handle (2). Does APU door (3) close? NO YES 757 Replace APU CONTROL/APU switch (1).

755 a. Push in APU fire control handle. b. Gain access to and disconnect plug P646G/ 1 P543BM (4) from low oil pressure switch (5). Is 28 VDC present on plug pin B?
30

NO

TO SHT 245

YES

756 Install a jumper wire between pins A and B of plug P646G/ 1 P543BM. Does APU door close? NO YES

758 Remove jumper wire. Replace low oil pressure switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-90-11.

TO SHT 243

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-7 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 241)

2-262

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 242)

49-00-00
2-263

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 241 759 Gain access to and disconnect plug P901A/ 1 P620AM (2) from APU door actuator (1). Is there 28 VDC on pin 2 of plug P901A/ 1 P620AM?
13

NO

TO SHT 247

YES

760 Is there ground on pin 3 of plug P901A/ 1 P620AM?


14

761 YES Replace APU door actuator in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-10-10.

NO 762 Repair ground circuit. (See figure 2-7.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-7 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 243)

2-264

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 244)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-264.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 22.3 762.1 4900114 YES

762.4 a. Push fire handle in. b. Gain access to APU control switch. Is 28 VDC present on terminal 6?
20

762.5 NO Replace E3SS in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-60-11.

Pull APU fire control handle (1). Does the APU door close? NO

YES 762.6 Repair open between switch terminal 6 and terminal 11 on overhead panel terminal block.

762.2 a. Remove power from low oil pressure switch. b. Push in APU fire handle. c. Gain access to and disconnect oil pressure switch door control plug (2). Is 28 VDC present on plug pin B?
87

762.7 NO Repair open between switch terminal b and terminal 11 on overhead panel terminal block.

YES

762.3 a. Remove power from low oil pressure switch. b. Install a jumper wire between pins A and B on the oil pressure switch door plug. Does the APU door close?
88 87

762.8 NO Repair open between switch terminal a and APU door control relay terminal B2.

YES 762.9 Remove jumper wire. Replace low oil pressure switch.

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6.1 or 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 244.1)

2-264.2

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 244.2)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-265

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 241 763 765 Gain access to and disconnect plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM (4) from APU. Is 28 VDC present on plug pin U?
28

YES

Repair open circuit between pin U of receptacle J583B/ 1 J429AM (3) and pin B of plug P646G/ 1 P543BM (2). (See figure 2-7.)

NO

764 766 Gain access to and disconnect plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM (5) at APU compartment firewall. Is 28 VDC present on pin U of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM (6)?
26

YES

Repair open circuit between pin U of plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM and pin U of plug P603C/ P1244C/ 1 P613AM. (See figure 2-7.)

NO 767 Repair open circuit between pin U of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM and terminal 9/11/ 1 5/ 2 12 of terminal board TB173A/TB105AF/ 1 TB141/ 2 TB172A (1). (See figure 2-7.)

NOTE
1 2

MC-130E AF64-0551. MC-130H airplanes.

3. See Figure 2-7 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 245)

2-266

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 246)

49-00-00
2-267

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 243 768 Gain access to APU door control relay (2). Is there 28 VDC on terminal B2 of relay?
19

NO

TO SHT 249

YES

769 Gain access to APU door close control relay (1). Is there 28 VDC on terminal Y1 of relay?
3

770 NO Repair open circuit between terminal B2 of door control relay and terminal Y1 of door close control relay. (See figure 2-7.)

YES 771 Repair open circuit between terminal Y1 of door close control relay and pin 2 of plug P901A (3). (See figure 2-7.)

NOTE See figure 2-7 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 247)

2-268

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 248)

49-00-00
2-269

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 247 772 a. Remove electrical power from airplane. b. Gain access to and disconnect plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM (5) at APU compartment firewall. Is there continuity between pin V of receptacle J590A/ 1 J427AM (6) and terminal B2 of door control relay (1)?
25 19

774 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-7.)

YES

773 Gain access to and disconnect plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM (4) from APU. Is there continuity between pin V of plug P603C/P1244C/ 1 P613AM and pin V of plug P1068A/ 1 P614AM?
27 25

775 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-7.)

YES 776 Repair open circuit between pin V of receptacle J583B/ 1 J429AM (3) and pin A of plug P646G/ 1 P543BM (2). (See figure 2-7.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-7 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 249)

2-270

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 250)

49-00-00
2-271

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 17 777 4900110 NO

a. Remove electrical power from airplane. b. Gain access to negative terminal of elapsed time indicator (2). Is a ground present on negative terminal?
80

TO SHT 271

YES

778 Is there continuity across elapsed time indicator circuit breaker (1)?
81 87

780 NO Replace elapsed time indicator circuit breaker in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-14.

YES

779 Is there continuity between positive terminal of elapsed time indicator and elapsed time indicator circuit breaker?
82 81

781 YES 779.1 Is airplane AC-130U, MC130H, or MC-130W? YES NO NO Replace elapsed time indicator in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 4970-14.

779.2 a. Apply airplane power. b. Start APU. c. After ON SPEED light comes on, check for 28 VDC on elapsed time indicator circuit breaker. Is 28 VDC present?
81

781.1 YES Replace elapsed time indicator in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-70-14.

NO 781.2 Repair open circuit between elapsed time indicator circuit breaker and APU on speed relay terminal X1. (See figure 2-6.1 or 2-6.2)

782 Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE See figure 2-6, 2-6.1 or 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 251)

2-272

49-00-00

Change 4

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 252)

49-00-00
2-273

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 21 783 Inspect oil tank lines (2) and fittings. Is there evidence of leakage? NO YES 787 Repair or replace components as required.

784 Inspect oil tank vent tubes (1) for obstructions. Is there evidence of vent tube obstruction? NO 788 YES Remove obstructions or replace vent tubes as required.

785 a. Service APU oil tank in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-12JG10-2, 12-15-01. b. Operate APU with air conditioning in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-01. Are there fumes in the cabin when air conditioning system is turned on? NO 790 Replace packings and gaskets. 791 Monitor oil consumption, if problem persists, replace APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-1, 49-00-20. 786 YES Gain access to and remove No. 2 bearing oil and breather fitting (3). Are packings and gaskets serviceable? NO

789 YES Replace APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-11, 49-00-20.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 253)

2-274

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 254)

49-00-00
2-275

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 21 792 4900108

a. Remove electrical power from airplane. b. Push in APU fire control handle (2). c. Place APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) to STOP. d. Gain access to APU fire control switch terminals. Is there continuity between switch terminals B1 and B3?
7 8

794 YES Replace APU fire control switch.

NO

793 Gain access to and disconnect plug P340A/P1838A (4) at overhead panel disconnect. Is there continuity between plug pin O and terminal B1 of fire control handle?
18 7

795 NO Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES 796 Repair open circuit between pin O of receptacle J204A/J960A (5) and terminal 9/11/ 1 5/ 2 12 of terminal board TB105AF/ TB173A/ 1 TB141/ 2 TB172A (3). (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1 2

MC-130E AF64-0551. MC-130H airplanes.

3. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 255)

2-276

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 256)

49-00-00
2-277

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 227 797 Is there 28 VDC between terminals X1 and X2 of aux touchdown relay (1)?
1 2

801 NO Replace aux touchdown relay. (See figure 2-8.)

YES

798 Gain access to landing gear touchdown switch (3) and disconnect applicable wire splice. Is there 28 VDC on disconnected wire splice (switch side)? AIRPLANE PRIOR TO AF78-0806 ALL OTHERS SPLICE TEST PT 2 4 NO 803 Repair hot fault on wire to touchdown switch. (See figure 2-8.)
8 4

800 YES Gain access to and disconnect wire from terminal 11 or 8, as applicable, from terminal board TB173C (2). Is there 28 VDC on wire to circuit breaker? NO 802 YES Repair hot fault on wire to circuit breaker. (See figure 2-8.)

799 Gain access to terminal board TB173C (2) and remove wire G118A18 from applicable terminal. Is there 28 VDC on the removed wire? AIRPLANE PRIOR TO AF78-0806 ALL OTHERS TERM 10 12 YES TEST PT
9 5

804 Repair hot fault between applicable terminal (10 or 12) and wire splice number 4 or 2 of landing gear touchdown switch. (See figure 2-8.)

NO

TO SHT 259

NOTE See figure 2-8 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 257)

2-278

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 258)

49-00-00
2-279

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 257 805 Gain access to terminal board TB95A (2) and remove wire number G118B18 from terminal 87. Is there 28 VDC on the removed wire?
3

806 NO Repair hot fault between terminal 87 of terminal board TB95A and terminal X1 of aux touchdown relay (1). (See figure 2-8.)

YES

807 Repair hot fault between terminal 87 of terminal board TB95A and applicable terminal (10 or 12) of terminal board TB173C (3). (See figure 2-8.)

NOTE See figure 2-8 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 259)

2-280

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 260)

49-00-00
2-281

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 69 OR 73 808 Gain access to terminal board TB95A (2). Is 28 VDC present on terminal 87?
3

811 YES Repair open circuit between terminal 87 of terminal board TB95A and terminal X1 of aux touchdown relay (1). (See figure 2-8.)

NO

809 Gain access to terminal board TB173C (3). Is 28 VDC present on specified terminal? Airplane Prior to AF78-0806 All others Term Test Point 10 12 NO
9 5

812 YES Repair open circuit between terminal 87 of terminal board TB95A and applicable terminal 10 or 12 of terminal board TB173C. (See figure 2-8.)

810 Is airplane prior to AF78-0806 being troubleshot? YES NO TO SHT 265

TO SHT 263

NOTE See figure 2-8 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 261)

2-282

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 262)

49-00-00
2-283

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 261 813 Is there 28 VDC on terminal 8 of terminal board TB173C (1)?
11

816 NO Repair power circuit. (See figure 2-8.)

YES

814 Gain access to LG touchdown switch (2) and disconnect wire from splice number 2. Is there 28 VDC on disconnected wire (switch side)?
8

817 YES Repair open circuit between wire splice number 2 of LG touchdown switch and terminal 10 of terminal board TB173C.

NO

815 Disconnect wire from splice number 1. Is there continuity between splice numbers 1 and 2 of the LG touchdown switch?
8 10

818 NO Adjust or replace LG touchdown switch. (See figure 2-8.)

YES 819 Repair open circuit between wire splice number 1 of LG touchdown switch and terminal 8 of terminal board TB 173C. (See figure 2-8.)

NOTE See figure 2-8 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 263)

2-284

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 264)

49-00-00
2-285

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 261 820 Gain access to LG touchdown switch (2) and disconnect wire from splice for switch terminal 4. Is 28 VDC present on switch pigtail wire?
4

823 YES Repair open circuit between wire splice number 4 of LG touchdown switch and terminal 12 of terminal board TB173C (1). (See figure 2-8.)

NO

821 Disconnect wire from splice for switch terminal 5. Is there continuity between pigtails for terminals 4 and 5 of LG touchdown switch?
4 6

824 NO Adjust or replace LG touchdown switch in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-32JG-10-2, 32-14-03.

YES

822 Gain access to terminal board TB173C (1). Is 28 VDC present on terminal 11?
7

825 YES Repair open circuit between terminal 11 of terminal board TB173C and wire splice number 5 of LG touchdown switch. (See figure 2-8.)

NO 826 Repair power circuit. (See figure 2-8.)

NOTE See figure 2-8 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 265)

2-286

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 266)

49-00-00
2-287

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 21 827 4900109 830 NO Replace APU fuel valve control relay.

Is 28 VDC present on terminal A3 of APU fuel valve control relay (1)?


2

YES

828 Gain access to APU fuel shutoff valve (3) and disconnect plug P643/P1125 (2). Is 28 VDC present on plug pin B?
8

NO

TO SHT 269

YES

829 Is a ground present on plug pin E?


10

831 YES Replace APU fuel shutoff valve in accordance with TO 1C130H-2-28JG-20-1, 28-22-23.

NO 832 Repair ground circuit. (See figure 2-11.)

NOTE See figure 2-11 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 267)

2-288

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 268)

49-00-00
2-289

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 267 835 833 Is airplane AF92-2104, or AF931036 and up, or an LC-130H airplane? NO YES Repair open circuit between pin B of plug P643L/P1125 (4) and terminal A3 of APU fuel valve control relay (2). (See figure 2-11.)

834 Gain access to terminal board TB42B (1). Is 28 VDC present on terminal board terminal 19?
6

836 YES Repair open circuit between terminal 19 of terminal board TB42B and pin B of plug P643A (3). (See figure 2-11.)

NO 837 Repair open circuit between terminal 19 of terminal board TB42B and terminal A3 of APU fuel valve control relay (2). (See figure 2-11.)

NOTE See figure 2-11 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 269)

2-290

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 270)

49-00-00
2-291

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

841 FROM SHT 99,119,133,141,235, OR 251 838 Is airplane MC-130E AF64-0551? NO YES 839 Gain access to and disconnect plug P613AM (4) from APU. Is a ground present on plug pin A?
66

NO

Repair open circuit between pin A of receptacle J429AM (3) and pin A of receptacle J431AM (2), pin A of recepYES tacle J431BM (7), pin B of plug P627AM (1), pin A of plug P380FM (8), pin A of plug P627BM (6), pin A of plug P627CM (11), or negative terminal of elapsed time indicator (5), as applicable. (See figure 2-6.)

TO SHT 273 840 Gain access to and disconnect plug P614AM (9) at APU compartment firewall. Is ground present on pin A of receptacle J427AM (10)?
62

842 YES Repair open circuit between pin A of plug P614AM and pin A of plug P613AM. (See figure 2-6.)

NO 843 Repair ground circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 271)

2-292

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 272)

49-00-00
2-293

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 271 846 844 Gain access to and disconnect plug P603C/P1244C (4) from APU. Is a ground present on plug pin A?
66

YES

Repair open circuit between pin A of receptacle J583B (3) and pin A of receptacle J606A (2), pin A of receptacle J606B (7), pin B of plug P646H (1), pin A of plug P446L (8), pin A of plug P646J (6), pin A of plug P646L (11), or negative terminal of elapsed time indicator (5), as applicable. (See figure 2-6.)

NO

845 Gain access to and disconnect plug P1068A (9) at APU compartment firewall. Is a ground present on pin A of receptacle J590A (10)?
62

847 YES Repair open circuit between pin A of plug P1068A and pin A of plug P603C/P1244C. (See figure 2-6.)

NO 848 Repair ground circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 273)

2-294

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 274)

49-00-00
2-295

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 27 849 Gain access to fuel control (1) and adjust cracking pressure in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-1, 49-00-11. Can cracking pressure be adjusted to 57 to 63 PSI? YES 850 NO Replace fuel control in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-30-10.

851 Problem was cracking pressure out of adjustment.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 275)

2-296

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 276)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-296.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 22.1 851.1 4900018 YES 851.4 Remove power from Starter. Is ground present on GRD terminal N?
114

Place APU Control Switch (1) to START. Is 28 VDC present on terminal M of starter (2)?
82

NO

851.5 Repair open circuits on both ground wires.

NO

YES

851.6 Replace Starter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-12, 49-40-10.

851.2 a. Remove power to the E3SS. b. Disconnect plug (3) from E3SS. c. Place APU control switch to RUN. Is 28 VDC present on plug pin A?
59

851.7 NO Repair circuit between E3SS plug pin A and AUX touchdown relay terminal C2.

YES

851.3 NOTE Voltage is present when APU control switch is placed to START. Momentarily place APU control switch to START, then release to RUN. Is 28 VDC momentarily present on E3SS plug pin D?
60

851.8 NO Repair circuit between E3SS plug pin D and APU control switch pin 1.

YES

TO SHT 276.3 NOTE


1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6.1 or 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 276.1)

2-296.2

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 276.2)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-296.3

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 276.1 851.9 Is ground present on E3SS (1) plug pin G?
69

NO

851.12 Repair ground circuit.

YES

851.10 a. Remove power to AUX start relay (2). b. Remove AUX start relay. Is ground present on plug pin A?
112

NO

851.13 Repair ground circuit.

YES

851.11 NOTE Voltage is present when APU control switch is placed to START. a. Apply power to APU. b. Place APU control switch (3) to START. Is 28 VDC present on AUX start relay pin D?
109

851.14 NO Repair open between relay pin D and pin J of APU connector J2.

YES

TO SHT 276.5

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6.1 or 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 276.3)

2-296.4

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 276.4)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-296.5

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 276.3 851.15 NOTE Voltage is present when APU control switch is placed to START. a. Remove power to E3SS (1). b. Connect E3SS plug. c. Momentarily place APU control switch (2) to START, then release to RUN, Is 28 VDC momentarily present on AUX start relay (3) plug pin B?
111

851.18 NO Is continuity present between pin B of AUX start relay connector and pin C of E3SS?
111

61

851.20 YES Replace E3SS in accordance with TO 1C-130H2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-60-11.

NO

YES

851.21 Repair open circuit.

851.16 Is 28 VDC present on APU start relay terminal A1?


1

NO

851.22 Repair power circuit to terminal A1.

YES

851.17 851.19 a. Remove power to AUX start relay. b. Install AUX start relay. c. Monitor APU start relay terminal X1 for voltage. d. Momentarily place APU control switch to START, then release to RUN. Is 28 VDC present on terminal X1?
3

NO

Is continuity present between pin X1 of APU start relay and pin E of AUX start relay connector?
3
110

YES

851.23 Replace AUX start relay.

NO YES

TO SHT 276.7 851.24 Repair open circuit.

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6.1 or 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 276.5)

2-296.6

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 276.6)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-296.7

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 276.5 851.25 Is 28 VDC present on terminal A2?


2

851.27 YES Repair open circuit between relay terminal A2 and starter terminal M.

NO

851.26 Remove power to APU start relay (1). Is ground present on terminal X2?
4

YES

851.28 Replace AUX start relay.

NO 851.29 Repair ground circuit.

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6.1 or 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 276.7)

2-296.8

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 276.8)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-297

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 27 852 Did STARTER light (5) come on? YES NO

857 Replace centrifugal switch assembly in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-6010.

853 Did AUX START RELAY light (6) come on? YES NO

858 Replace aux start relay (1).

854 Did MOTOR ROTATE light (4) come on? YES NO

859 Replace APU start relay (7).

855 Gain access to APU starter (2). Is 28 VDC present between starter terminals M and N when START switch (3) is placed to START?
52 54

860 YES Replace APU starter in accordance with TO 1C-130H-249JG-00-1-2, 49-40-10.

NO

856 Is a ground present on starter terminal N?


54

NO

TO SHT 285

YES

TO SHT 279

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 277)

2-298

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 278)

49-00-00
2-299

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 277 861 Is 28 VDC present on terminal A1 of APU start relay (2)?
34

NO

866 Replace APU start current limiter (1).

YES

862 Is 28 VDC present on terminal A2 of relay when START switch (4) is placed to START?
35

NO

867 Replace APU start relay.

YES

863 Is airplane MC-130E AF64-0551? NO

YES

TO SHT 283

864 Gain access to terminal board TB100H (5). Is 28 VDC present on terminal board TB100H when START switch is placed to START?
47

868 NO Repair open circuit between terminal A2 of APU start relay and terminal board TB100H. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

865 Gain access to and disconnect plug P1069A (7) at APU compartment firewall. Is there continuity between pin B of plug P1069A and terminal M of starter (3)?
53 52

869 YES Repair open circuit between pin B of receptacle J591A (6) and terminal board TB100H. (See figure 2-6.)

NO 870 Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 279)

2-300

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 280)

49-00-00
2-301

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 95 871 Is 28 VDC present on terminal A1 of APU start relay (3)?
34

NO

876 Replace APU start current limiter (2).

YES

872 Is 28 VDC present on relay terminal A2 when APU CONTROL/APU switch (1) is placed to START?
35

NO

877 Replace APU start relay.

YES

873 Is airplane MC-130E AF64-0551? NO

YES

TO SHT 283

874 Gain access to terminal board TB100H (5). Is 28 VDC present on terminal board TB100H when APU CONTROL/APU switch is placed to START?
47

878 NO Repair open circuit between terminal A2 of APU start relay and terminal board TB100H. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

875 Gain access to and disconnect plug P1069A (7) at APU compartment firewall. Is there continuity between pin B of plug P1069A and terminal M of starter (4)?
53 52

879 YES Repair open circuit between pin B of receptacle J591A (6) and terminal board TB100H. (See figure 2-6.)

NO 880 Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.) NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 281)

2-302

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU Malfunction (Sheet 282)

49-00-00
2-303

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 279 OR 281 881 Gain access to and disconnect plug P621AM (1) from APU compartment firewall. Is there continuity between pin B of plug P621AM and terminal M of starter (3)?
52 53

882 YES Repair open circuit between pin B of receptacle J430AM (2) and terminal A2 of APU start relay. (See figure 2-6.)

NO

883 Repair open circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 283)

2-304

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU Malfunction (Sheet 284)

49-00-00
2-305

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 95 OR 277 884 NOTE If this ground circuit is open, the smaller gauge wire of the other ground circuit will have burned out also. Gain access to and disconnect plug P1069A/ 1 P621AM (1) at APU compartment firewall. Is a ground present on pin E of receptacle J591A/ 1 J430AM (2)?
55

885 NO Repair ground circuit. (See figure 2-6.)

YES

886 Repair open circuit between pin E of plug P1069A/ 1 P621AM and terminal N of starter (3). (See figure 2-6.)

NOTE
1

MC-130E AF64-0551.

2. See figure 2-6 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 285)

2-306

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 286)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-306.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 22.5 886.1 4900120

a. Remove power to APU. b. Push in APU fire control handle (1). c. Gain access to APU fire control handle switch terminals. Is continuity present between terminals B1 and B2?
13 14

886.2 YES Repair circuit between terminal B1 and TB173A terminal 11.

NO

886.3 Replace APU fire control handle.

NOTE
1

MC-130H Airplanes.

2. See figure 2-6.1 or 2-6.2 for:

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 286.1)

2-306.2

49-00-00

Change 1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 286.2)

Change 1

49-00-00
2-307

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

FROM SHT 29 887 Gain access to oil cooler fan (1). Is the fan operating? YES NO 891 Replace APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-11, 49-00-20.

888 Inspect oil cooler (2) for obstruction of air passages. Is cooler free of obstruction? YES NO 892 Remove obstruction.

889 Does APU have an oil cooler thermostatic valve (3) installed? YES NO

893 Replace APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-11, 49-00-20.

890 Gain access to and inspect oil cooler thermostatic valve. Is the valve stuck in the by-pass position? YES NO

894 Replace APU in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-11, 49-00-20.

895 Replace oil cooler thermostatic valve in accordance with TO 1C-130H-2-49JG-00-1-2, 49-90-13.

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 287)

2-308

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-4. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Malfunction (Sheet 288)

2-309/(2-310 blank)

49-00-00

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

(Airplanes Prior to AF92-0547 and AF92-3021 Through AF92-3024 Except HC-130(H)N Airplanes AF88-2101 Through AF90-2103) Figure 2-5. APU Door Warning Electrical Schematic Diagram (Sheet 1 of 2)

2-311/(2-312 blank)

49-00-00 F2-5

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

(HC-130(H)N Airplanes AF88-2101 Through AF90-2103 and Airplanes AF92-0547 Through AF92-2104 and AF92-3281 and Up) Figure 2-5. APU Door Warning Electrical Schematic Diagram (Sheet 2)

2-313/(2-314 blank)

49-00-00 F2-5

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

(Airplanes Prior to AF92-0547 and AF92-3021 Through AF92-3024 Except HC-130(H)N Airplanes AF88-2101 Through AF90-2103 and MC-130E Airplane AF64-0551) Figure 2-6. APU Control Electrical Schematic Diagram (Sheet 1 of 3)

Change 2

2-315/(2-316 blank)

49-00-00 F2-6

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

(Airplanes AF92-0547 Through AF92-2104 and AF92-3281 and Up) Figure 2-6. APU Control Electrical Schematic Diagram (Sheet 2)

2-317/(2-318 blank)

49-00-00 F2-6

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

(MC-130E Airplane AF64-0551) Figure 2-6. APU Door Control Electrical Schematic Diagram (Sheet 3)

2-319/(2-320 blank)

49-00-00 F2-6

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-6.1. APU Control Electrical Schematic Diagram (AC-130U Airplanes) (Sheet 1 of 2)

Change 1

2-320.1/(2-320.2 blank)

49-00-00 F2-6.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-6.1. APU Control Electrical Schematic Diagram (AC-130U Airplanes) (Sheet 2 of 2)

Change 1

2-320.3/(2-320.4 blank)

49-00-00 F2-6.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-6.2. APU Control Electrical Schematic Diagram (MC-130H and MC-130W Airplanes) (Sheet 1 of 2)

Change 4

2-320.5/(2-320.6 blank)

49-00-00 F2-6.2

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-6.2. APU Control Electrical Schematic Diagram (MC-130H and MC-130W Airplanes) (Sheet 2 of 2)

Change 4

2-320.7/(2-320.8 blank)

49-00-00 F2-6.2

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-7. APU Door Control Electrical Schematic Diagram

2-321/(2-322 blank)

49-00-00 F2-7

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-8. Landing Gear Touchdown Circuit Electrical Schematic Diagram

2-323/(2-324 blank)

49-00-00 F2-8

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-9. APU Tachometer Generator Electrical Schematic Diagram

Change 3

2-325/(2-326 blank)

49-00-00 F2-9

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-10. APU EGT Indicator Electrical Schematic Diagram

2-327/(2-328 blank)

49-00-00 F2-10

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-10.1. APU Exhaust Gas Temperature Indicator Schematic Diagram (AC-130U, MC-130H, and MC-130W Airplanes)

Change 4

2-328.1/(2-328.2 blank)

49-00-00 F2-10.1

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Figure 2-11. APU Fuel Shutoff Valve Electrical Schematic Diagram

2-329/(2-330 blank)

49-00-00 F2-11

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Airplanes AF93-1036 and Up Figure 2-12. In-Line Disconnect Locator (Sheet 1 of 2)

2-331/(2-332 blank)

49-00-00 F2-12

TO 1C-130H-2-49FI-00-1

Airplanes AF93-1036 and Up Figure 2-12. In-Line Disconnect Locator (Sheet 2)

2-333/(2-334 blank)

49-00-00 F2-12