e. Engine Malfunction During Flight.
Dead Engine - IDENTIFY.
Autopilot/yaw damper - Disengage.
Power - As required.
Power lever (affected engine) - IDLE.
Propeller lever (affected engine) - FEATHER.
Gear - As required.
Flaps - As required.
Power - Set for single engine cruise.
Engine cleanup - Perform.
Generator load - 100% Maximum.
f. Engine Malfunction During Final Approach. If an
engine malfunctions during a final approach (after
LANDING CHECK), the propeller should not be manually
feathered unless time and altitude permit or conditions
require it. Continue approach using the following
1. Power - As required.
2. Gear - DN.
g. Engine Malfunction (Second Engine). If the second
engine fails, do not feather the propeller if an engine restart
is to be attempted. Engine restart without starter assist can
not be accomplished with a feathered propeller, and the
propeller will not unfeather without the engine operating.
140 KIAS is recommended as the best all-around glide
speed (considering engine restart, distance covered,
transition to landing configuration, etc.), although it does
not necessarily result in the minimum rate of descent.
Perform the following procedure if the second engine fails
during cruise flight.
Airspeed - 140 KIAS.
Power lever - IDLE.
Propeller lever - Do not FEATHER.
Conduct engine restart procedure.
9-8. ENGINE SHUTDOWN IN FLIGHT.
If it becomes necessary to shut an engine down during
flight, perform the following:
1. Power lever - IDLE.