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With the "FUEL FLTR BP L" message in the CAS window displayed, the best answer would be to:

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To verify that fuel transfer occurs, it is necessary to:

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When does the "FUEL TRANSFER" message display in the CAS window?

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Minimum fuel temperature for JET A, JET A-1 is:

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The "FUEL BOOST L CAS" message indicates that:

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After engine start, the fuel boost pump is deenergized by:

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The flight crew shall refuel the aircraft in areas that permit the free movement of fire equipment. There is one approved grounding point under the outboard end of the right wing.

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There is one approved grounding point under the outboard end of each wing

When the fuel level is low, the valve:

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With the message "FUEL LO INOP L" in the CAS window:

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Minimum fuel quantity for takeoff is:

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The fuel transfer valve is in the left engine feed bay.

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The fuel transfer valve is in the right engine feed bay. The valve is a direct-acting solenoid that requires normal DC power, to open and with a loss of DC power the valve fails in the closed position.

If the engine-driven fuel pump fails:

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With the FUEL BOOST switches in the NORM position and fuel transfer is commanded by placing the FUEL TRANSFER selector knob to the LEFT position, what are the indications displayed:

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The fuel system has a capacitance probe quantity indication system that compensates for changes in density caused by temperature variations.

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The emergency asymmetric fuel differential is:

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One 28 VDC boost pump is in each engine feed bay. Either boost pump can be controlled automatically or manually. Circuit protection for the boost pumps is in the aft J-box.

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The fuel temperature probe is inside the right engine feed bay.

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The fuel temperature probe is inside the left engine feed bay. The fuel temperature appears at the bottom of the fuel display window as green digits in Celsius.

The FUEL TRANSFER selector knob has three positions; L TANK, OFF, and R TANK. When the selector is placed in the L TANK or R TANK position, it energizes the fuel transfer valve open and (with the boost pump switches in NORM) energizes the fuel boost pump on the supply side.

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As the fuel level decreases a flapper valve permits fuel to drain from the surge tank back into the main tank. If the vent surge tank fills, another vent allows spillage overboard through the NACA scoop.

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The NACA scoop does not require anti-icing.

Operation of the primary ejector pump directly depends upon:

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Firewall shutoff valves for each engine are in the respective aft wing fairing (between the wing and fuselage). In the event of a fire, the valve shuts off fuel flow to the respective engine on pilot command. The valve can be commanded closed by the _____ in the event the normal shutdown valve fails.

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What is the true statement?

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If the "F/W SHUTOFF R" message in the CAS window posts when the throttle is moved to CUTOFF, this indicates that:

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Fuel is transferred at a rate of approximately:

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Citation Mustang – Fuel system