Instructions for replacing GDL 59

Instructions for replacing GDL 59
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Replacing GDL 59 on Citation 680+
Garmin G5000 Software Version 55
Caution:
Before starting the software or configuration loading process, certain
items may be required to be recorded first, to prevent loss of
information or settings. See Section 1 for details.
Caution:
Make certain that all SD cards are available before starting. These are
usually located in a blue pouch onboard the aircraft (usually in AFM).
Caution:
Follow all steps in a given section for specific loadings. Failure to do so
will result in probable rework.
Caution:
Ensure that power is available through a GPU so that power is not
interrupted during the loading process.
Note:
This document is to supplement, not replace, the Cessna Citation 680+
MM, and Garmin G5000 LMM.
Note:
Reference latest revision of the Garmin G5000 LMM 190-01595-00.
Table of Contents
Introduction
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Appendix A
Appendix B
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G5000 System Familiarization
References Prior to Software and Configuration Loading
Software and Configuration Loading
Final Verification / Return to Service
Troubleshooting
Determining Options Installed
Configuration ID / CRC Numbers
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Introduction
G5000 System Familiarization
When in configuration mode, select GDU controls on left side of the GTC. Ensure that PFD 1 is
selected on the screen. The dual concentric knobs on the lower right bezel will be utilized, and
throughout this document will be referred to as the FMS small and large knob. The Enter
button will be in the lower right part of the screen.
The displays can be individually powered down by turning the outer knob of the respective
dimming knob to the left to shut off the display unit. Locations are shown in the above image.
An alternative is to pull the respective circuit breakers shown below.
• PFD 1
o L PFD (Left CB Panel - O4) & L PFD AUX (Left CB Panel - L4)
• MFD
o MFD (Right CB Panel – DD2) & MFD AUX (Right CB Panel – HH4)
• PFD 2
o R PFD (Right CB Panel – JJ4)
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Section 1 References Prior to Software and Configuration Loading
When replacing a GDL 59 the following steps should be completed first:
Note: This is with the G5000 powered up in normal mode.
FLEET ID
• Go into the left MFD GTC:
o Select Home.
 Select Utilities.
 Select Setup.
 Select Avionics Status.
 Select the Airframe Tab on the left side.
 Record the FLEET ID= ____________
• This is for reference in case it is needed later.
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Section 2 Software and Configuration Loading
This section will provide the steps necessary to target load the software and configuration into
GDL 59 after replacement.
Note: Anytime that software or configurations are being loaded, all three displays, and all four
touch controllers must be in configuration mode.
• GDL 59 (CMC Datalink Radio)
• When GDL 59 is replaced, then software and configuration loading is required.
1) Pull the following circuit breakers:
 L PFD GTC (Left CB Panel - E4)
 MFD L GTC (Left CB Panel - N3)
 MFD R GTC (Right CB Panel – MM4)
 R PFD GTC (Right CB Panel – NN4)
2) Turn the dimmer knob to off for PFD 1, MFD, and PFD 2.
3) Insert the 010-01249-58 software loader card into the upper slot of PFD 2.
4) Turn aircraft and avionics power on.
5) Press and hold the right knob on the left PFD GTC and push the L PFD GTC circuit
breaker (E4) in.
 Let go when you see initializing.
6) Press and hold the right knob on the left MFD GTC and push the MFD L GTC circuit
breaker (N3) in.
 Let go when you see initializing.
7) Press and hold the right knob on the right MFD GTC and push the MFD R GTC
circuit breaker (MM4) in.
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 Let go when you see initializing.
8) Press and hold the right knob on the right PFD GTC and push the R PFD GTC circuit
breaker (NN4) in.
 Let go when you see initializing.
9) Turn the R PFD dimming knob on to power the display.
 It may load files from the card.
 PFD 2 should come up in configuration mode.
• SYSTEM STATUS should show at the top of the screen.
• Pull the 010-01249-58 software loader card from the upper slot of
PFD 2.
10) Insert the 010-01249-58 software loader card into the upper slot of the MFD.
11) Turn the MFD dimming knob on to power the display.
 It may load files from the card.
 MFD should come up in configuration mode.
• SYSTEM STATUS should show at the top of the screen.
• Pull the 010-01249-58 software loader card from the upper slot of
the MFD.
12) Insert the 010-01249-58 software loader card into the upper slot of PFD 1.
13) Turn the L PFD dimming knob on to power the display.
 It may load files from the card.
 PFD 1 should come up in configuration mode.
 SYSTEM UPLOAD should show at the top of the screen.
Clearing Maintenance Log
Note: The maintenance log must be cleared before loading the configuration.
• On the left MFD GTC 570 touch controller:
1) Select GDU Controls.
2) Select MFD on the left side of the screen under GDU block.
• Rotate the small FMS knob to select the MAINTENANCE LOG on the page.
• Press the Clear softkey on the MFD.
1) The ‘Erase entire Maintenance Log?’ prompt will appear.
2) Press the Enter key.
• Wait until “Clearing Log…” disappears before continuing.
• Select PFD 1 on the GTC 570 to switch the display being controlled.
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Loading Software & Configuration
1) Activate the cursor by pushing down on the FMS knob.
2) Rotate the small knob to drop the menu down, and highlight ‘Model 680 Base
Configuration’ in the GROUP field.
3) Press the Enter key.
4) Rotate the small knob to drop the menu down, and highlight ‘Model 680 Base’ in
the ITEM field.
5) Press the Enter key.
6) Using the arrows on the GTC, highlight CLR ALL at the bottom of the display.
7) Press the Select button on the GTC.
8) Using the FMS knob, highlight the following, press Enter for each, which will place
a check mark in each box:
 GDL59 Software
 GDL59 Configuration
 GDL59 Router Software
 GDL59 Router File System Software
9) Using the arrows on the GTC, highlight LOAD at the bottom of the display.
10) Press the Select button on the GTC.
11) A green PASS message is shown beside software and configuration items as they
are successfully completed.
12) Acknowledge when ‘Upload and Crossfill Complete’ is displayed by pressing the
Enter key.
13) Using the arrows on the GTC, highlight UPDT CFG at the bottom of the display.
14) Press the Select button on the GTC.
15) Select YES, and press the Enter key.
16) Acknowledge when ‘Update Config Complete’ is displayed by pressing the Enter
key.
17) After the software and configuration files are loaded, turn aircraft power off,
and remove the 010-01249-58 software loader card from PFD 1.
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Section 3
Final Verification / Return to Service
Note: This is with the G5000 powered up in normal mode.
• Determine options installed using Appendix A.
• Select Home on the left MFD GTC controller.
o Select Utilities.
o Select Setup.
o Select Avionics Status.
o Select the Airframe tab on the left side.
o Verify that the FLEET ID (CRC Number) matches the number determined in
Appendix B based on the options installed in the aircraft.
o Select the LRU Info tab on the left side.
 Verify that all the LRUs are showing green check mark.
o Select the MSG button:
 Verify there is no DB Mismatch message present.
 Verify there is no Manifest message present.
 Verify there is no Config message present.
Return to Service Testing
•
For testing, complete section 7.16 in the Garmin G5000 LMM.
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Section 4
Troubleshooting
This section will provide corrective actions for issues seen after the software is loaded.
Substitute LRU name for ***.
• *** DB Error or *** DB Mismatch
o Ensure that the supplemental SD cards are installed in the lower slots of the
displays.
o Databases do not match.
o Verify which database is not the same, and reload as necessary.
• *** Manifest Error
o Software does not match what the system is expecting.
o Check work performed and reload necessary software again.
• *** Config
o Configurations do not match what the system is expecting.
o Check work performed and reload necessary configurations again.
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Appendix A
Determining Options Installed
Determine Options Installed
Note: This is with the G5000 powered up in normal mode.
• GDR66 (FK632A- VHF Datalink (Datalink/COMM 3))
o COM3 or Datalink controls are seen on the AUDIO & RADIO screen of either MFD
GTC 570. Should appear as one of the 2 images below and labeled as COM3 with
frequencies, or Datalink showing on the right side.
YES
NO
or
• Single HF (FK632B- Single HF (Full UP))
o HF 1 is seen on the AUDIO & RADIO screen of either MFD GTC 570.
YES
NO
• Dual HF (FK632D- Second HF (Full Up))
o HF 2 is seen on the AUDIO & RADIO screen of either MFD GTC 570.
YES
NO
• ADF (FK658A- ADF)
o ADF controls are seen on the AUDIO & RADIO screen of either MFD GTC 570.
YES
NO
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• GDL69 (FK632L- SiriusXM (Weather/Music))
o From the Home screen of either MFD GTC 570, touch the Weather button. Then
touch Weather Selection. The option is installed if a Sirius XM Settings button is
displayed.
YES
NO
• Stormscope (FK629R- Lightning Detect)
o From the Home screen of either MFD GTC 570, touch the Weather button. Then
touch Weather Selection. The option is installed if a Stormscope button is
displayed.
YES
NO
• Extended Range Oxygen (FK66K- Extended Range Oxygen)
o From the Home screen of either MFD GTC 570, touch the Aircraft Systems button.
Then select the Summary button. If 2 separate oxygen pressure gauges are
displayed, then the extended range option is installed.
YES
NO
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• GSR56 (FK676A- Iridium (Voice/Datalink))
o From the Home screen of either MFD GTC 570, look for a Services button. If it is
located, select it and look for a button marked Telephone.
YES
NO
• ACARS (FK632X-ACARS)
o From the Home screen of either MFD GTC 570, look for a Services button. If it is
located, select it and look for a button marked ACARS.
YES
NO
• CPDLC (FK677A-VHF DataLink (CPDLC/Link 2000+))
o The CPDLC button is available on the home screen of either MFD GTC 570.
YES
NO
• SurfaceWatch (FK614A-SurfaceWatch)
o From the Home screen of either MFD GTC 570, select Utilities. Select Setup and
then Avionics Settings. Select the Alerts tab on the left side. SurfaceWatch Inhibit
will be visible. Note the Inhibit box will not be illuminated (resets at power up).
YES
NO
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Appendix B FLEET ID / CRC Numbers
This section will provide details on determining the correct FLEET ID or CRC number for a
particular 680+ aircraft based on the installed options. Through the rest of this section the
number will be referred to as a CRC number for simplification.
Every combination of options that have been ordered, delivered, or already determined is
listed. If you have an aircraft that has been modified in the field that now has a combination
not listed, please contact Team Sovereign at team680@txtav.com.
Each option is assigned a letter to ensure accuracy when comparing the combination of
options to the final number.
Options
WX-500 Stormscope [FK629R- Lightning Detect]
A
GDR 66 [ FK632A- VHF Datalink (Datalink/COMM 3)]
-BSingle HF [ FK632B- Single HF (Full UP)]
C
Dual HF [ FK632D- Second HF (Full Up)]
D
GDL 69 [ FK632L- SiriusXM (Weather/Music)]
E
ADF [ FK658A- ADF]
F
Extended Range Oxygen [ FK66K- Extended Range Oxygen]
G
GSR 56 [FK676A- Iridium (Voice/Datalink)]
H
Unlock Cards
CPDLC / Link 2000+ [FK677A (SD Card P/N 010-00330-F0)]
K
SurfaceWatch [FK614A (SD Card P/N 010-00330-5E)]
M
Features
ARINC Direct ACARS [FK632X (SD Card P/N 010-00330-E6)]
N
Honeywell GDC ACARS [FK632X (SD Card P/N 010-00330-E6)] P
Universal ACARS [FK632X (SD Card P/N 010-00330-E6)]
R
Note: If the aircraft is equipped with dual HF, both C & D must be used when computing the
code.
Example: Aircraft has a GDR 66, Dual HF, GDL 69, ADF, and Extended Range Oxygen. Its code
should be BCDEFG. This equates to a CRC number of 5B6C0A27.
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Option
CRC Number
A
EC63AF4E
AB
D459EBEE
ABC
3715F849
ABCDEF
507C298C
ABCDEFG
329050D4
ABCDEFGH
0215AFCB
ABCDEFGHK
E35E3AD4
ABCDEFGHKM
8402D616
ABCDEFGHKMN
4118324E
ABCDEFGHKMP A4D8BF2A
ABCDEFGHKMR
51E82EC7
ABCDEFGHKN
2644DE8C
ABCDEFGHKP
C38453E8
ABCDEFGHKR
36B4C205
ABCDEFGHM
65494309
ABCDEFGHMN
A053A751
ABCDEFGHMP
45932A35
ABCDEFGHMR
B0A3BBD8
ABCDEFGHN
C70F4B93
ABCDEFGHP
22CFC6F7
ABCDEFGHR
D7FF571A
ABCDEFGK
D3DBC5CB
ABCDEFGKM
B4872909
ABCDEFGKMN
719DCD51
ABCDEFGKMP
945D4035
ABCDEFGKMR
616DD1D8
ABCDEFGKN
16C12193
ABCDEFGKP
F301ACF7
ABCDEFGKR
06313D1A
ABCDEFGM
55CCBC16
ABCDEFGMN
90D6584E
ABCDEFGMP
7516D52A
ABCDEFGMR
802644C7
ABCDEFGN
F78AB48C
ABCDEFGP
124A39E8
ABCDEFGR
E77AA805
ABCDEFHK
81B2438C
ABCDEFHKM
E6EEAF4E
ABCDEFHKMN
23F44B16
ABCDEFHKMP
C634C672
ABCDEFHKMR
3304579F
ABCDEFHKN
44A8A7D4
ABCDEFHKP
A1682AB0
ABCDEFHKR
5458BB5D
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CRC Number
ABCDEFM
3720C54E
ABCDEFMN
F23A2116
ABCDEFMP
17FAAC72
ABCDEFMR
E2CA3D9F
ABCDEFN
9566CDD4
ABCDEFP
70A640B0
ABCDEFR
8596D15D
ABCDEG
BAE4565C
ABCDEGHK
6B2A3C5C
ABCDEGHKM
0C76D09E
ABCDEGHKMN C96C34C6
ABCDEGHKMP 2CACB9A2
ABCDEGHKMR
D99C284F
ABCDEGHKN
AE30D804
ABCDEGHKP
4BF05560
ABCDEGHKR
BEC0C48D
ABCDEGM
DDB8BA9E
ABCDEGMN
18A25EC6
ABCDEGMP
FD62D3A2
ABCDEGMR
0852424F
ABCDEGN
7FFEB204
ABCDEGP
9A3E3F60
ABCDEGR
6F0EAE8D
ABCDFGK
DA5A2337
ABCDFGKM
BD06CFF5
ABCDFGKMN
781C2BAD
ABCDFGKMP
9DDCA6C9
ABCDFGKMR
68EC3724
ABCDFGKN
1F40C76F
ABCDFGKP
FA804A0B
ABCDFGKR
0FB0DBE6
ABCEF
B6E0183D
ABCEFG
D40C6165
ABCEFGH
E4899E7A
ABCEFGHK
05C20B65
ABCEFGHKM
629EE7A7
ABCEFGHKMN
A78403FF
ABCEFGHKMP
42448E9B
ABCEFGHKMR
B7741F76
ABCEFGHKN
C0D8EF3D
ABCEFGHKP
25186259
ABCEFGHKR
D028F3B4
ABCEFGHM
83D572B8
ABCEFGHMN
46CF96E0
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Option
CRC Number
ABCEFGHMP
A30F1B84
ABCEFGHMR
563F8A69
ABCEFGHN
21937A22
ABCEFGHP
C453F746
ABCEFGHR
316366AB
ABCEFGK
3547F47A
ABCEFGKM
521B18B8
ABCEFGKMN
9701FCE0
ABCEFGKMP
72C17184
ABCEFGKMR
87F1E069
ABCEFGKN
F05D1022
ABCEFGKP
159D9D46
ABCEFGKR
E0AD0CAB
ABCEFGM
B3508DAF
ABCEFGMN
764A69FF
ABCEFGMP
938AE49B
ABCEFGMR
66BA7576
ABCEFGN
1116853D
ABCEFGP
F4D60859
ABCEFGR
01E699B4
ABCEFM
D1BCF4FF
ABCEFMN
14A610A7
ABCEFMP
F1669DC3
ABCEFMR
04560C2E
ABCEFN
73FAFC65
ABCEFP
963A7101
ABCEFR
630AE0EC
ABCEG
5C7867ED
ABCEGM
3B248B2F
ABCEGMN
FE3E6F77
ABCEGMP
1BFEE213
ABCEGMR
EECE73FE
ABCEGN
996283B5
ABCEGP
7CA20ED1
ABCEGR
89929F3C
ABCF
BF61FEC1
ABCFG
DD8D8799
ABCFGK
3CC61286
ABCFGKM
5B9AFE44
ABCFGKMN
9E801A1C
ABCFGKMP
7B409778
ABCFGKMR
8E700695
ABCFGKN
F9DCF6DE
ABCFGKP
1C1C7BBA
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Option
ABCFGKR
ABEG
ABEGM
ABEGMN
ABEGMP
ABEGMR
ABEGN
ABEGP
ABEGR
B
BC
BCD
BCDEF
BCDEFG
BCDEFGH
BCDEFGHK
BCDEFGHKM
BCDEFGHKMN
BCDEFGHKMP
BCDEFGHKMR
BCDEFGHKN
BCDEFGHKP
BCDEFGHKR
BCDEFGHM
BCDEFGHMN
BCDEFGHMP
BCDEFGHMR
BCDEFGHN
BCDEFGHP
BCDEFGHR
BCDEFGK
BCDEFGKM
BCDEFGKMN
BCDEFGKMP
BCDEFGKMR
BCDEFGKN
BCDEFGKP
BCDEFGKR
BCDEFGM
BCDEFGMN
BCDEFGMP
BCDEFGMR
BCDEFGN
BCDEFGP
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CRC Number
E92CEA57
BF34744A
D8689888
1D727CD0
F8B2F1B4
0D826059
7A2E9012
9FEE1D76
6ADE8C9B
BDA5B11D
5EE9A2BA
B875930B
3980737F
5B6C0A27
6BE9F538
8AA26027
EDFE8CE5
28E468BD
CD24E5D9
38147434
4FB8847F
AA78091B
5F4898F6
0CB519FA
C9AFFDA2
2C6F70C6
D95FE12B
AEF31160
4B339C04
BE030DE9
BA279F38
DD7B73FA
186197A2
FDA11AC6
08918B2B
753D7B60
9AFDF604
6FCD67E9
3C30E6E5
F92A02BD
1CEA8FD9
E9DA1E34
9E76EE7F
7BB6631B
Option
BCDEFGR
BCDEFHK
BCDEFHKM
BCDEFHKMN
BCDEFHKMP
BCDEFHKMR
BCDEFHKN
BCDEFHKP
BCDEFHKR
BCDEFM
BCDEFMN
BCDEFMP
BCDEFMR
BCDEFN
BCDEFP
BCDEFR
BCDEG
BCDEGHK
BCDEGHKM
BCDEGHKMN
BCDEGHKMP
BCDEGHKMR
BCDEGHKN
BCDEGHKP
BCDEGHKR
BCDEGM
BCDEGMN
BCDEGMP
BCDEGMR
BCDEGN
BCDEGP
BCDEGR
BCDF
BCDFG
BCDFGK
BCDFGKM
BCDFGKMN
BCDFGKMP
BCDFGKMR
BCDFGKN
BCDFGKP
BCDFGKR
BCE
BCEF
CRC Number
8E86F2F6
E84E197F
8F12F5BD
4A0811E5
AFC89C81
5AF80D6C
2D54FD27
C8947043
3DA4E1AE
5EDC9FBD
9BC67BE5
7E06F681
8B36676C
FC9A9727
195A1A43
3C6A8BAE
D3180CAF
02D666AF
658A8A6D
A0906E35
4550E351
B06072BC
C7CC8FF7
220C0F93
D73C9E7E
B444E06D
715E0435
949E8951
61AE18BC
1602E8F7
F3C26593
06F2F47E
30019583
52EDECDB
B3A679C4
DAFA9506
11E0715E
F420FC3A
01106DD7
76BC9D9C
937C10F8
664C8115
57684446
DF1C42CE
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Option
CRC Number
BCEFG
BDF03B96
BCEFGH
8D75C489
BCEFGHK
6C3E5196
BCEFGHKM
0B62BD54
BCEFGHKMN CE78590C
BCEFGHKMP 2BB8D468
BCEFGHKMR
DE884585
BCEFGHKN
A924B5CE
BCEFGHKP
4CE438AA
BCEFGHKR
B9D4A947
BCEFGHM
EA29284B
BCEFGHMN
2F33CC13
BCEFGHMP
CAF34177
BCEFGHMR
3FC3D09A
BCEFGHN
486F20D1
BCEFGHP
ADAFADB5
BCEFGHR
589F3C58
BCEFGK
5CBBAE89
BCEFGKM
3BE7424B
BCEFGKMN
FEFDA613
BCEFGKMP
1B3D2B77
BCEFGKMR
EE0DBA9A
BCEFGKN
99A14AD1
BCEFGKP
7C61C7B5
BCEFGKR
89515658
BCEFGM
DAACD754
BCEFGMN
1FB6330C
BCEFGMP
FA76BE68
BCEFGMR
0F462F85
BCEFGN
78EADFCE
BCEFGP
9D2A52AA
BCEFGR
681AC347
BCEFM
B840AE0C
BCEFMN
7D5A4A54
BCEFMP
989AC730
BCEFMR
6DAA56DD
BCEFN
1A06A696
BCEFP
FFC62BF2
BCEFR
0AF6BA1F
BCEG
35843D1E
BCEGM
52D8D1DC
BCEGMN
97C23584
BCEGMP
7202B8E0
BCEGMR
8732290D
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Option
BCEGN
BCEGP
BCEGR
BCF
BCFG
BCFGK
BCFGKM
BCFGKMN
BCFGKMP
BCFGKMR
BCFGKN
BCFGKP
BCFGKR
BEG
BEGM
BEGMN
BEGMP
BEGMR
BEGN
BEGP
BEGR
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CRC Number
F09ED946
155E5422
E06EC5CF
D69DA432
B471DD6A
553A4875
3266A4B7
F77C40EF
12BCCD8B
E78C5C66
9020AC2D
75E02149
80D0B0A4
D6C82EB9
B194C27B
748E2623
914EAB47
647E3AAA
13D2CAE1
F6124785
0322D668
Option
CRC Number
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Option
CRC Number
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