3-15.4. THROTTLE CONTROL HAND LEVER.
This task covers' A. Inspect
Check the throttle control lever for movement and results. Operate the throttle control lever and observe the
reaction of the engine. Movement should be snug but without binding throughout the full range of travel. With the engine
running, ensure the throttle level produces the desired control. If deficiencies are observed, refer to Direct Support
Maintenance (paragraph 5-6.9).
3-15.5. ENGINE FUEL LINES, HOSES, AND FITTINGS.
This task covers: A. Inspect B. Replace.
Materials/Parts: Bulk Fuel Lines.
Tool kit, General Mechanic's Set
Unit Must Be Cool, Fuel Tank Empty
Well Ventilated Area
Inspecting Fuel Lines and Fittings
Inspect all fuel lines for leaks, chaffing, loose fittings, or signs of deterioration. Pay particular attention to ends
of hoses and fittings. Nylon ties should hold fuel lines firmly in place without vibration. Loose fittings may be tightened.
Any hose that shows sign of swelling or leaking must be replaced.
Removing/Replacing the Defective Fuel Lines.
The following instructions cover all fuel lines. Only those found to be defective need to be removed and
replaced Refer to Figure 3-16.