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The FUEL TEMP indicator located on the fuel control panel displays fuel temperature. Two sensors in (in each main tank) allow monitoring of fuel temperature.

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There is only one sensor in main tank No. 1. It allows monitoring of fuel temperature.

A Fuel Measuring Stick Allows comparison of fuel quantity or weight as determined from measuring stick reading and fuel weight indicated by fuel quantity indicators:

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During flight, two fuel pumps LOW PRESSURE lights of the No.1 tank illuminate. What happens to the No.1 engine?

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The center tank scavenge jet pump transfers remaining fuel from the center tank at a rate of approximately ____.

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A shut-off system is used during refuelling to:

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There are CDS fuel alert for:

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The fuel quantity indicators are powered by:

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Intentional dry running of a center tank fuel pump (low pressure light illuminated) is prohibited.

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What is the condition of the VALVE OPEN light when the crossfeed selector is positioned OPEN and the crossfeed valve is closed?

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What does an illuminated main tank fuel pump LOW PRESSURE light indicate?

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With the main tank fuel pump No. 1 FWD Switch ON, the center tank fuel scavenge jet pump operates automatically to transfer any remaining center tank fuel to main tank No. 1. The center tank scavenge jet pump operates when:

Please select 2 correct answers

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Center fuel tank fuel is used before main tank fuel because:

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What is the source of electrical power for the engine fuel shutoff valves?

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To defuel No. 1 tank:

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The Engine Fuel Shutoff valve:

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Rapid fueling and defueling is accomplished at the single–point pressure fueling station in the right wing. The fueling station is also used for the ground transfer of fuel between tanks.

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With failure of all generators, the center tank fuel:

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When AC fuel pumps are operating, fuel for the APU is supplied from the left side of the fuel manifold. If the AC fuel pumps are not operating, fuel is suction fed from main tank No. 2.

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If the AC fuel pumps are not operating, fuel is suction fed from main tank No. 1.

The Engine Fuel Shut Off valves:

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Each fuel tank uses two AC powered fuel pumps which are cooled and lubricated by fuel passing through the pump.

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Fuel Temperature - The temperature indicating system uses _____ electrical power.

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Minimum tank fuel temperature prior to takeoff and inflight is - 43 deg.C, or 3 deg.C above the fuel freezing point temperature, whichever is higher.

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The use of Fuel System Icing Inhibitor additives does not change the minimum fuel tank temperature limit.

Fuel pump LOW PRESSURE lights may flicker when tank quantity is low and the airplane is in a climb, descent, or on the ground with a nose-down attitude.

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For landing, what is the maximum fuel imbalance between No.1 and No.2 main tanks?

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Random fuel imbalance must not exceed 453 kgs / 1000 lbs for taxi, takeoff, flight or landing.

The engine fuel manifolds are interconnected by use of the crossfeed valve. The valve is ___ motor operated from the ___.

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Maximum tank fuel temperature is _____

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Main tanks 1 and 2 must be full if center tank contains more than 500 kgs / 1100 lbs.

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Main tanks 1 and 2 must be full if center tank contains more than 453 kgs / 1000 lbs.

Boeing 737NG - Fuel