Yaw damp - Off.
BRAKE deice switch - Off.
9-14. SINGLE-ENGINE LANDING CHECK.
approach to runway.
Autopilot/yaw damp - Disengage.
GEAR DOWN lights - Check.
PROP lever (operative engine) - HIGH RPM.
characteristics, the propeller control
must be in the HIGH RPM position.
Flaps - As required.
9-15. SINGLE-ENGINE GO-AROUND.
The decision to go around must be made as early as
possible. Elevator forces at the start of the go-around
are very high, and a considerable amount of rudder
control will also be required at low airspeeds. Retrim as
required. If rudder application is insufficient, or applied
too slowly, directional control cannot be maintained. If
control difficulties are experienced, reduce power on the
operating engine. Ensure the aircraft will not touch the
ground before retracting the landing gear. Retract the
flaps only as safe airspeed permits. Retract flaps to
APPROACH position until Vref , then UP. Perform single-
engine go-around as follows:
Power - Maximum allowable.
Flaps - UP.
Airspeed - V,.
Landing lights - OFF.
9-16. TWO ENGINES INOPERATIVE/OFF AIRFIELD
With propellers feathered, there is
less drag and the aircraft will have a
tendency to overshoot the planned
When landing on rough terrain or
unprepared surfaces, the landing
gear will absorb landing energy
during touchdown, if extended.
Select landing gear up or down as best suits the
conditions of the landing site. If gear-up, follow gear-up
landing procedure. If gear-down, make a normal
touchdown and use brakes as required.
9-17. LOW OIL PRESSURE.
In the event of a low oil pressure indication, perform
procedures as applicable:
Oil pressure below 90 PSI and above 60 PSI:
Torque - As required (54% maximum).
Oil pressure below 60 PSI: Perform engine shut-
down, or land as soon as practicable using
minimum power to ensure safe arrival.
9-18. L OR R CHIP DETR WARNING ANNUNCIATOR
If the L CHIP DETR or R CHIP DETR warning
annunciator illuminates, and safe single-engine flight can
Perform engine shutdown.
Land as soon as practicable.
9-19. DUCT OVERTEMP CAUTION ANNUNCIATOR
unobstructed, then perform the following steps in
sequence until the annunciator is extinguished. Allow
approximately 30 seconds after each adjustment for the
system temperature to stabilize. The over temperature
condition is considered corrected at any point during the
procedure that the annunciator extinguishes.
CABIN AIR control - In.
CABIN AIR MODE SELECT switch - AUTO.
CABIN AIR TEMP control - DECREASE.
FWD VENT BLOWER switch - HIGH.
CABIN AIR MODE switch - MAN COOL.
LEFT ENVIRO & PNEU BLEED AIR valve
switch - PNEU ONLY.
Light still illuminated after 30 seconds: LEFT
ENVIRO & PNEU BLEED AIR valve switch - ON.
RIGHT ENVIRO & PNEU BLEED AIR valve
switch - PNEU ONLY.