Course description This course provides a detailed discussion and application of engine troubleshooting processes, methodologies, and techniques necessary to quickly and economically isolate specific engine faults annunciated by the avionics system or through observed faults squawked by pilots or ground crew personnel for the AE 3007A engine. A combination of published Fault Isolation Manual (FIM) procedures and industry accepted troubleshooting practices are used to provide a well-rounded approach to effective troubleshooting for this engine.
Course objectives Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to…
•Interpret readings and indications provided by aircraft and engine systems,
•Correlate information for the purpose of making decisions in respect to fault diagnosis and rectification to the Rolls-Royce maintenance manual level.
•Perform engine harness electrical troubleshooting techniques and exercises using a multi-meter diagnostic equipment.
Target population This course is recommended for Skilled and experienced maintainers of AE 3007A engines involved in identifying and rectifying maintenance faults annunciated by flight crew members or by airframe or engine diagnostic systems.
Duration One (1) day
Training methodsInstructor led training in the classroom and laboratory.
Applicable Aircraft Embraer EMB-145,-140, -135 and Legacy 600/650
Cessna Citation X
Location Indianapolis, IN
Daily schedule 0800-1600 (EST)
Contact InformationRolls-Royce Corporation
Registrar – Customer Training
7715 North Perimeter Road
Indianapolis, Indiana 46241 USA
+1 (317) 230-RCTC (7282)
+ (877) 253-RCTC (7282)