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CIRRUS
AIRPLANE MAINTENANCE MANUAL
MODELS SR22 AND SR22T
POWER PLANT
1. GENERAL
This chapter describes maintenance practices for the airplane systems which provide the means to induce
and convert fuel-air mixture into power such as the engine, baffling, cowling, mount, attach fittings, electrical harnesses, air intake, and engine drains.
2. DESCRIPTION
A. Engine
Serials 22-0002 & subs: The SR22 is powered by a Teledyne Continental IO-550-N, six-cylinder, normally aspirated, fuel-injected engine rated to 310 hp at 2700 RPM. Dual, conventional magnetos provide ignition. (See Figure 71-001) (See Figure 71-002) (See Figure 71-003)
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: The SR22 is powered by a Teledyne Continental TSIO-550-K, six-cylinder,
turbocharged, fuel injected engine rated to 315 hp at 2500 RPM climb and cruise. Dual, conventional
magnetos provide ignition. (See Figure 71-004)
B. Baffling
Sheet metal baffles are installed on the engine to direct the air flow around the cylinders and other
engine compartment components. To help direct and contain air flow in the engine compartment, the
baffles utilize fiber reinforced silicon seals in contact with the cowling around the circumference of the
engine.
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3. TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLE
Engine will not start.
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Improper use of starting procedure.
Review starting procedure. See
POH.
Fuel tank empty.
Inspect and fill tank.
(Refer to 12-10)
Mixture control in SHUTOFF posi- Advance mixture control to RICH
tion.
position.
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Fuel selector valve in OFF position.
Place selector valve in ON position to tank known to contain fuel.
Poor battery condition.
Service or replace battery. (Refer
to 12-10)
Fuel vaporization.
Turn boost pump ON.
Engine flooded.
Turn off boost pump and ignition
switch. Advance throttle to full
OPEN, retard fuel control to full
LEAN, and crank engine to clear
cylinders of excess fuel. Repeat
starting procedure.
Water in fuel system.
Sample fuel. See POH. If water
present, drain and flush fuel system. (Refer to 12-10)
Fuel contamination.
Drain and flush fuel system.
(Refer to 12-10)
Defective magneto switch or
grounded magneto leads.
Check continuity. Repair or
replace switch or leads. (Refer to
74-00)
Spark plugs fouled.
Remove, clean, and re-gap.
(Refer to 74-20)
Excessive starter slippage.
Replace starter adapter. Refer to
the manufacturer’s approved
Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Ignition system malfunction.
See Ignition Troubleshooting.
(Refer to 74-00)
Induction system leak.
Inspect hose for cracks. Tighten or
replace loose or damaged hose
connections. (Refer to 71-60)
Fuel system malfunction.
Isolate cause and correct.
Faulty starter.
Repair or fix starter.
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Engine will not run at idle RPM.
Rough idling.
PROBABLE CAUSE
MODELS SR22 AND SR22T
REMEDY
Fuel injection system improperly
adjusted.
See Engine Fuel System Troubleshooting. (Refer to 73-00)
Induction system leak.
Inspect hose for cracks. Tighten or
replace loose or damaged hose
connections. (Refer to 71-60)
Worn or fouled spark plugs.
Remove, clean and adjust gaps.
(Refer to 74-20)
Dirty air filter.
Inspect and replace air filter.
(Refer to 71-60)
Induction system leak.
Inspect hose for cracks. Tighten or
replace loose or damaged hose
connections. (Refer to 71-60)
Fuel injection system improperly
adjusted.
Adjust fuel system. Refer to the
manufacturer’s approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Mixture levers set for improper
mixture.
Review mixture control. See POH.
Fouled spark plugs.
Remove, clean and adjust gaps.
(Refer to 74-20)
Hydraulic tappets fouled.
Replace fouled tappets. Inspect
and clean oil filter at more frequent intervals.
Burned or warped exhaust valves Inspect, repair or replace cylinder.
worn seat, scored valve guides.
Replace any burned, warped or
worn exhaust valves.
Manifold valve vent obstruction.
Repair or replace manifold valve.
Valve seats worn and leaking. Pis- Inspect, repair or replace valve
ton rings worn or stuck in ring
seats and piston rings.
lands.
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TROUBLE
Engine runs too lean at cruising
power.
PROBABLE CAUSE
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REMEDY
Fuel flow reading too low.
Check fuel strainer for clogging.
Clean screen.
Fuel injection malfunction.
Inspect and replace necessary
components. Refer to the manufacturer’s approved Instructions
For Continued Airworthiness.
Cracked induction tube.
Inspect, repair, or replace induction tube.
Improper manual leaning procedure.
Review leaning procedure. See
POH.
Fuel injection system not adjusted Adjust fuel system.
correctly.
Serials 22-0002 & subs: Refer to
the manufacturer’s approved
Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Perform
Adjustment/Test - Fuel Pump
Pressure. (Refer to 28-20)
Engine runs too rich at cruising
power.
Restrictions in air intake passages.
Inspect passages and remove
restrictions.
Improper manual leaning of Fuel/ Review leaning procedure. See
Air mixture.
POH.
Cracked induction tube.
Inspect, repair, or replace induction tube.
Engine runs too lean or too rich at Fuel injection system not adjusted See Engine Fuel System Troublethrottle setting other than cruise. correctly.
shooting. (Refer to 73-00)
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PROBABLE CAUSE
Continuous fouling of spark plugs. Piston rings excessively worn or
broken.
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REMEDY
Replace rings. Replace cylinder if
damaged.
Piston rings are not seated.
Hone cylinder walls and replace
rings. Note: Cylinder grinding and
honing must be done by a qualified FAA approved rework facility.
Running the engine too rich.
Review engine operation. See
POH.
Cylinder has been overheated.
Inspect, repair, or replace cylinder.
Refer to the manufacturer’s
approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Cylinder bore out of round.
Inspect, repair, or replace cylinder.
Refer to the manufacturer’s
approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Valve seats worn and leaking. Pis- Inspect, repair or replace valve
seats and piston rings. Refer to
ton rings worn or stuck in ring
the manufacturer’s approved
lands.
Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Engine runs rough at high RPM.
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Loose mounting bolts or damaged Torque mounting bolts. Replace
mount pads.
mount pads. (Refer to 71-20)
Plugged fuel nozzle jet.
Inspect and clean as necessary.
Refer to the manufacturer’s
approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Propeller out of balance.
Perform Adjustment/Test Dynamic Balance. (Refer to 6110)
Ignition system malfunction.
See Ignition Troubleshooting.
(Refer to 74-00)
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PROBABLE CAUSE
Continuous missing at high RPM. Broken valve spring.
MODELS SR22 AND SR22T
REMEDY
Inspect and replace valve spring.
Refer to the manufacturer’s
approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Plugged fuel nozzle jet.
Inspect and clean as necessary.
Refer to the manufacturer’s
approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Burned or warped valve.
Repair or replace cylinder. Refer
to the manufacturer’s approved
Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Hydraulic tappet dirty or worn.
Remove and replace. Refer to the
manufacturer’s approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Ignition system malfunction.
See Ignition Troubleshooting.
(Refer to 74-00)
Sluggish operation and low power. Restrictions in air intake passages.
Ignition system malfunction.
Inspect passages and clear
restrictions.
See Ignition Troubleshooting.
(Refer to 74-00)
Fuel injection system not adjusted See Engine Fuel System Troublecorrectly.
shooting. (Refer to 73-00)
Valve seats worn and leaking. Pis- Borescope cylinders and check
ton rings worn or stuck in ring
compression. Refer to the manulands.
facturer’s approved Instructions
For Continued Airworthiness.
Throttle not full open.
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Perform Adjustment/Test - Throttle
Control Cable. (Refer to 76-10)
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High cylinder head temperature.
PROBABLE CAUSE
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REMEDY
Low octane fuel.
Drain tanks and replace with correct fuel grade. (Refer to 12-10)
Cylinder baffle seals leaking or
mispositioned.
Inspect, reposition, or repair cylinder baffles.
Debris between cylinder fins.
Thoroughly inspect and clean cylinder fins.
Excessive carbon deposits in cyl- Inspect ignition and fuel injection
inder head and on pistons.
system. Refer to the manufacturer’s approved Instructions For
Continued Airworthiness.
Incorrect engine timing.
Re-time ignition system internally
and externally. Refer to the manufacturer’s approved Instructions
For Continued Airworthiness.
Faulty CHT sensor.
Replace CHT sensor.
Magneto distributor block contami- Replace magneto. (Refer to 74nation.
10)
Exhaust system gas leakage.
Perform Inspection/Check Exhaust System. (Refer to 78-20)
Exhaust valve leaking.
Inspect and repair cylinder. Refer
to the manufacturer’s approved
Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Lean fuel/air mixture.
Review leaning procedure. See
POH.
Valve seats worn and leaking. Pis- Inspect, repair or replace valve
seats and piston rings. Refer to
ton rings worn or stuck in ring
the manufacturer’s approved
lands.
Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Oil leaks.
At front of engine, damaged
crankshaft oil seal.
Replace crankshaft oil seal.
Around plugs, fittings and gaskets, Torque or replace.
insufficient torque or damage.
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Deteriorated gaskets.
Replace gaskets.
Cracked crankcase.
Repair crankcase. Refer to the
manufacturer’s approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
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Low compression.
PROBABLE CAUSE
MODELS SR22 AND SR22T
REMEDY
Piston rings excessively worn.
Inspect, repair or replace cylinder.
Replace piston rings. Refer to the
manufacturer’s approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Valve faces and seats worn.
Inspect, repair or replace cylinder.
Refer to the manufacturer’s
approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Excessively worn cylinder walls.
Replace cylinder and piston rings.
Refer to the manufacturer’s
approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Valve seats worn and leaking. Pis- Inspect, repair or replace valve
ton rings worn or stuck in ring
seats and piston rings. Refer to
lands.
the manufacturer’s approved
Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Poor idle cut-off.
Worn or improperly rigged mixture control.
Inspect cable. Replace worn linkage (if necessary). Rig properly.
(Refer to 76-10)
Engine driven fuel pump improperly adjusted.
Adjust fuel pump.
Serials 22-0002 & subs: Refer to
the manufacturer’s approved
Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Perform
Adjustment/Test - Fuel Pump
Pressure. (Refer to 28-20)
Fuel manifold valve not seating
properly.
Climbing to altitude, fuel flow fluc- Fuel vaporization.
tuates.
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Repair or replace fuel manifold
valve. Refer to the manufacturer’s
approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Operate fuel boost pump. See
POH.
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Low fuel pressure.
PROBABLE CAUSE
MODELS SR22 AND SR22T
REMEDY
Fuel pump not adjusted correctly. Check and adjust fuel pump.
Serials 22-0002 & subs: Refer to
the manufacturer’s approved
Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Perform
Adjustment/Test - Fuel Pump
Pressure. (Refer to 28-20)
High fuel pressure.
Malfunctioning fuel pump relief
valve.
Replace fuel pump. Refer to the
manufacturer’s approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Obstruction in fuel line.
Clear obstruction or replace fuel
line.
Malfunctioning relief valve opera- Replace fuel pump. Refer to the
tion in fuel pump.
manufacturer’s approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Restricted recirculation passage in Replace fuel pump. Refer to the
fuel pump.
manufacturer’s approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Fuel pump not adjusted correctly. Check and adjust fuel pump.
Serials 22-0002 & subs: Refer to
the manufacturer’s approved
Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Perform
Adjustment/Test - Fuel Pump
Pressure. (Refer to 28-20)
Fluctuating fuel flow.
Vapor in fuel system, excessive
fuel temperature.
Normally, operating the auxiliary
pump will clear system. Operate
boost pump. See POH.
Engine has poor acceleration.
Idle mixture too lean.
Check RPM rise and idle cutoff.
Adjust idle mixture. Refer to the
manufacturer’s approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Worn control linkage.
Replace worn elements of linkage.
(Refer to 76-10)
Dirty air filter.
Replace air filter. (Refer to 71-60)
Malfunctioning ignition system.
Check ignition cables and connections. Replace malfunctioning
spark plugs. (Refer to 74-00)
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Engine runs rough at above idle
RPM.
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PROBABLE CAUSE
MODELS SR22 AND SR22T
REMEDY
Improper fuel/air mixture.
Check fuel manifold connections
for leaks. Torque loose connections. Check fuel control/metering
unit for adjustment. Refer to the
engine manufacturer's approved
service instructions. Check fuel filters and screens for debris. Check
for proper fuel pump pressure.
Restricted fuel nozzle jet.
Clean. Replace nozzle if obstruction cannot be cleared by solvent
action.
Ignition system and spark plugs
malfunctioning.
Clean, regap and test spark plugs.
Inspect, test and repair ignition
system. Replace components as
required. (Refer to 74-00)
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Engine lacks power, reduction in
maximum manifold pressure.
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PROBABLE CAUSE
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REMEDY
Incorrectly adjusted throttle control Check movement of linkage by
linkage.
moving control from idle to full
throttle. Replace worn components. (Refer to 76-10)
Dirty air filter.
Replace air filter. (Refer to 71-60)
Fuel manifold valve sticking or
obstructed.
Replace manifold valve.
Refer to the manufacturer’s
approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Malfunctioning ignition system
component.
Inspect spark plugs for fouled
electrodes, heavy carbon deposits, erosion of electrodes, improperly adjusted electrode gaps, and
cracked porcelains. Test plugs for
regular firing under pressure.
Replace damaged or misfiring
plugs. Gap spark plugs to spark
plug manufacturer's specifications.
(Refer to 74-20)
Loose or damaged intake manifold.
Inspect entire manifold system for
possible leakage at connections.
Replace damaged components,
torque all connections and clamps
to specifications.
Fuel nozzles restricted.
Clean nozzles. Replace nozzle if
obstruction cannot be cleared by
solvent action.
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Misadjusted wastegate controller.
Adjust wastegate controller. Refer
to the manufacturer’s approved
Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Wastegate controller leak.
Inspect wastegate controller for
leaks. Tighten loose connections
or replace malfunctioning parts.
(Refer to 78-10)
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Induction leak.
Inspect induction system for leaks.
Tighten loose connections or
replace malfunctioning parts.
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Low oil pressure indication on
engine gage.
MODELS SR22 AND SR22T
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Insufficient oil in oil sump, oil dilu- Add oil, or change oil to proper
tion or using improper grade oil for viscosity. Inspect for possible oil
prevailing ambient temperature.
dilution, repair as required.
High oil temperature.
Malfunctioning oil temperature
control valve in oil cooler. Oil
cooler restriction. Replace valve
and clean oil cooler.
Low oil supply. Oil viscosity too
low.
Replenish. Drain and refill with
correct viscosity.
Restricted oil filter. Leaking, dam- Check for restricted lines, loose
aged or loose oil line connections. connections, and for partially
plugged oil filter. Replace oil filter.
Clean parts, torque connections,
and replace malfunctioning parts.
Oil pressure gage malfunction.
Check oil pressure gauge calibration. (Refer to 79-30)
Engine oil pressure not adjusted
correctly.
Adjust oil pressure. Refer to the
manufacturer’s approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Malfunctioning oil pump.
Repair or replace oil pump.
Weak or broken oil pressure relief Replace spring.
valve spring.
High oil temperature indication.
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Prolonged ground operation.
Limit ground operation to a minimum.
Malfunctioning gage or bulb unit.
Inspect wiring, bulb unit, and
gage.
Climb angle too high.
Reduce climb angle.
Obstruction on oil cooler.
Inspect for obstruction and
remove.
Insufficient baffle sealing in area
of oil cooler.
Inspect, repair or replace engine
baffling.
Low oil supply.
Replenish.
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Engine starts but dies or will not
idle.
PROBABLE CAUSE
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REMEDY
Idle fuel adjustment screw incorrectly adjusted.
Adjust screw. Refer to the manufacturer’s approved Instructions
For Continued Airworthiness.
Obstructed fuel vent line.
Remove obstruction.
Dirty fuel strainer.
Clean fuel strainer.
Spark plugs fouled.
Remove, clean, and re-gap.
(Refer to 74-20)
Water in fuel system.
Sample fuel. See POH. If water
present drain and flush fuel system. (Refer to 12-10)
Defective ignition system.
Inspect and replace necessary
components. (Refer to 74-00)
Fuel system defective or contami- Inspect, drain and flush fuel sysnated.
tem. (Refer to 12-10)
Fuel vaporization.
Operate boost pump. See POH.
Air leak in intake manifold.
Tighten loose connection or
replace malfunctioning part.
Loose or stripped studs.
Replace studs. Refer to the manufacturer’s approved Instructions
For Continued Airworthiness.
Insufficient torque.
Tighten accessory to proper
torque.
Excessive crankcase pressure.
Cylinder blow-by.
Perform cylinder compression
test. Refer to the manufacturer’s
approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Propeller control RPM not controlling properly.
Malfunctioning propeller governor. Repair or replace governor. (Refer
to 61-20)
Loose accessories.
Incorrect oil control collar to crank- Replace oil control collar and/or
shaft clearance.
crankshaft. Refer to the manufacturer’s approved Instructions For
Continued Airworthiness.
Worn crankshaft nose seal.
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Replace crankshaft nose seal.
Refer to the manufacturer’s
approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Serials 22-0002 thru 22-0319.
10
11
LEGEND
1. Battery
2. Governor
3. Valve Cover
4. Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor
5. Governor Control Cable
6. Exhaust Gas Temperature Probe
7. Lower Spark Plug
8. Crankcase Oil Drain
9. Oil Pressure Sensor
10. External Power Receptacle
11. Master Control Unit
12. Tailpipe
12
SR22_MM71_1443
Figure 71-001
Engine Components - Serials 22-0002 thru 22-0319 (Sheet 1 of 4)
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14
13
MODELS SR22 AND SR22T
16
17
18
20
44
19
Serials 22-0002 thru 22-0319.
AFT VIEW
LEGEND
13. Oil Cooler
14. Oil Filter
15. Fuel Pump
16. Secondary Alternator
17. Starter
18. Muffler
19. Mixture Cable
20. Engine Mount Weldment
44. Heat Exchanger
SR22_MM71_1444A
Figure 71-001
Engine Components - Serials 22-0002 thru 22-0319 (Sheet 2 of 4)
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21
23
24
Serials 22-0002 thru 22-0319.
FRONT VIEW
LEGEND
21. Engine Baffle
22. Propeller Mount
23. Engine Mount Isolator
24. Exhaust Collector
SR22_MM71_1445
Figure 71-001
Engine Components - Serials 22-0002 thru 22-0319 (Sheet 3 of 4)
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26
25
28 29
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30
31 32
33 34
35
36
37
38
43
42
LEGEND
25. Throttle Control Cable
26. Oil Breather Line
27. Upper Spark Plug
28. Left Magneto
29. Wiring Harness
30. Oil Filler/Dipstick
31. Fuel Manifold Valve
32. Fuel Pressure Switch
33. Manifold Air Pressure Sensor
34. Throttle Body
41
40
39
35. Induction Duct Assembly
36. Induction Air Filter
37. Alternate Air Duct
38. Alternator
39. Fuel Line
40. Intake Manifold
41. Right Magneto
42. Fuel Boost Pump
43. Plenum Chamber
Serials 22-0002 thru 22-0319.
SR22_MM71_1446
Figure 71-001
Engine Components - Serials 22-0002 thru 22-0319 (Sheet 4 of 4)
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2
3
5
4
6
7
8
9
10 11
12
LEGEND
1. Battery
2. Governor
3. Valve Cover
4. Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor
5. Governor Control Cable
6. Exhaust Gas Temperature Probe
7. Lower Spark Plug
8. Crankcase Oil Drain
9. Oil Pressure Sensor
10. External Power Receptacle
11. Master Control Unit
12. Tailpipe
Serials 22-0320 & subs w/o Perspective Avionics.
SR22_MM71_1850B
Figure 71-002
Engine Components - Serials 22-0320 & subs w/o Perspective Avionics (Sheet 1 of 4)
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45
MODELS SR22 AND SR22T
16
17
44
19
18
18
AFT VIEW
20
NOTE
Serials 22-1602, 22-1840, 22-1863 & subs w/ Air Conditioning.
Serials 22-0320 & subs w/o Perspective Avionics.
LEGEND
13. Oil Cooler
14. Oil Filter
15. Fuel Pump
16. Secondary Alternator
17. Starter
18. Muffler
19. Mixture Cable
20. Engine Mount Weldment
44. Heat Exchanger
45. Compressor
SR22_MM71_1851B
Figure 71-002
Engine Components - Serials 22-0320 & subs w/o Perspective Avionics (Sheet 2 of 4)
EFFECTIVITY:
Serials 22-0320 & subs w/o Perspective Avionics
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21
23
FRONT VIEW
24
24
Serials 22-0320 & subs w/o Perspective Avionics.
LEGEND
21. Engine Baffle
22. Propeller Mount
23. Engine Mount Isolator
24. Exhaust
SR22_MM71_1852B
Figure 71-002
Engine Components - Serials 22-0320 & subs w/o Perspective Avionics (Sheet 3 of 4)
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25
26
30
27
31
32
33 34
35
36
37
38
42
43
40
39
41
Serials 22-0320 & subs w/o Perspective Avionics.
LEGEND
25. Throttle Control Cable
26. Oil Breather Line
27. Upper Spark Plug
28. Left Magneto
29. Wiring Harness
30. Oil Filler/Dipstick
31. Fuel Manifold Valve
32. Fuel Pressure Switch
33. Manifold Air Pressure Sensor
34. Throttle Body
35. Induction Duct Assembly
36. Induction Air Filter
37. Alternate Air Duct
38. Alternator
39. Fuel Line
40. Intake Manifold
41. Right Magneto
42. Fuel Boost Pump
43. Plenum Chamber
SR22_MM71_1853A
Figure 71-002
Engine Components - Serials 22-0320 & subs w/o Perspective Avionics (Sheet 4 of 4)
EFFECTIVITY:
Serials 22-0320 & subs w/o Perspective Avionics
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2
3
5
4
6
7
8
9
10 11
12
LEGEND
1. Battery
2. Governor
3. Valve Cover
4. Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor
5. Governor Control Cable
6. Exhaust Gas Temperature Probe
7. Lower Spark Plug
8. Crankcase Oil Drain
9. Oil Pressure Sensor
10. External Power Receptacle
11. Master Control Unit
12. Tailpipe
Serials 22-3026 & subs w/ Perspective Avionics.
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Figure 71-003
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AFT VIEW
21
LEGEND
13. Oil Cooler
14. Oil Filter
15. Compressor
16. Fuel Pump
17. Starter
18. Heat Exchanger
19. Muffler
20. Mixture Cable
21. Engine Mount Weldment
NOTE
Serials w/ Air Conditioning.
Serials 22-3026 & subs w/ Perspective Avionics.
SR22_MM71_2825
Figure 71-003
Engine Components - Serials 22-3026 & subs w/ Perspective Avionics (Sheet 2 of 4)
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FRONT VIEW
25
25
Serials 22-3026 & subs w/ Perspective Avionics.
LEGEND
22. Engine Baffle
23. Propeller Mount
24. Engine Mount Isolator
25. Exhaust
SR22_MM71_2827
Figure 71-003
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Serials 22-3026 & subs w/ Perspective Avionics.
LEGEND
26. Throttle Control Cable
27. Oil Breather Line
28. Upper Spark Plug
29. Left Magneto
30. Wiring Harness
31. Oil Filler/Dipstick
32. Fuel Manifold Valve
33. Fuel Pressure Switch
34. Manifold Air Pressure Sensor
35. Throttle Body
36. Induction Duct Assembly
37. Secondary Alternator
38. Induction Air Filter
39. Alternate Air Duct
40. Alternator
41. Fuel Line
42. Intake Manifold
43. Right Magneto
44. Fuel Boost Pump
45. Air Mixing Chamber
SR22_MM71_2829
Figure 71-003
Engine Components - Serials 22-3026 & subs w/ Perspective Avionics (Sheet 4 of 4)
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LEGEND
1. Battery
2. Compressor
3. Engine Baffle
4. Fuel Manifold Valve
5. Fuel Line
6. Manifold Air Pressure Sensor
7. Alternator
8. Air Mixing Chamber
NOTE
Serials w/ Air Conditioning.
Serials 22T-0001 & subs.
Figure 71-004
Engine Components - Serials 22T-0001 & subs (Sheet 1 of 4)
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LEGEND
9. Master Control Unit
10. External Power Receptacle
11. Throttle Control Cable
12. Intake Manifold
13. Overboost Valve
14. Secondary Alternator
15. Propeller Mount
16. Throttle Body
17. Inter cooler
18. Right Magneto
19. Left Magneto
20. Oil Filler/Dipstick
Serials 22T-0001 & subs.
SR22_MM71_3213A
Figure 71-004
Engine Components - Serials 22T-0001 & subs (Sheet 2 of 4)
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22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
LEGEND
Starter
Upper Spark Plug
Fuel Boost Pump
Mixture Cable
Oil Filter
Oil Pressure Sensor
Oil Breather Line
Wastegate Controller
Fuel Pump
Oil Cooler
Serials 22T-0001 & subs.
Figure 71-004
Engine Components - Serials 22T-0001 & subs (Sheet 3 of 4)
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31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
LEGEND
Alternate Air Duct
Governor
Lower Spark Plug
Valve Cover
Wiring Harness
Exhaust Gas Temperature Probe
Turbocharger
Wastegate
Tailpipe
Crankcase Oil Drain
Engine Mount Weldment
Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor
Induction Air Filter
Engine Mount Isolator
Alternate Air Intake
Serials 22T-0001 & subs.
SR22_MM71_3215
Figure 71-004
Engine Components - Serials 22T-0001 & subs (Sheet 4 of 4)
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4. MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
A. Engine
(1)
Removal - Engine
CAUTION:
Place a tail stand of suitable capacity under tail of airplane before removing
engine.
Note:
Label each component when disconnected to facilitate reinstallation. Protect
openings exposed as a result of removing or disconnecting components against
entry of foreign material by installing covers or sealing with tape.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
(i)
(j)
(k)
(l)
(m)
(n)
(o)
(p)
Set BAT 1, BAT 2, and AVIONICS switches to OFF positions.
Serials 22-1602, 22-1840, 22-1863 & subs, 22T-0001 & subs w/ Air Conditioning: Pull
COMPRESSOR/CONTROL PANEL circuit breaker.
Set fuel selector valve to OFF position.
Remove engine cowling. (Refer to 71-10)
Remove battery. (Refer to 24-30)
Drain gascolator and fuel lines. (Refer to 12-10)
Drain engine oil sump. (Refer to 12-10)
Remove propeller. (Refer to 61-10)
Disconnect magneto primary lead wires at magnetos. (Refer to 74-10)
Disconnect electrical cable at starter. (Refer to 80-10)
Disconnect exhaust gas temperature sensor connectors. (Refer to 77-20)
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Disconnect turbine inlet temperature sensor at connector. (Refer
to 77-20)
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Disconnect hoses from wastegate controller. Cap fittings and
hoses. (Refer to 78-10)
Serials 22-0002 & subs: Remove exhaust system. (Refer to 78-10)
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Remove tailpipes. (Refer to 78-20)
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Remove exhaust crossover. (Refer to 78-10)
CAUTION:
(q)
(r)
(s)
(t)
(u)
(v)
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When removing throttle and governor control cables, note EXACT size,
position, and number of attaching washer or spacers for reference on reinstallation. Use care to avoid bending cable controls too sharply.
Disconnect throttle and mixture control cables at engine. Remove clamps securing cable
to engine and pull cables aft, clear of engine. (Refer to 76-10)
Serials 22-0002 & subs: Disconnect governor control cable at governor. (Refer to 61-20)
Serials 22-0002 & subs: Disconnect alternate air control cable at induction duct assembly.
(Refer to 71-60)
Remove induction air filter(s). (Refer to 71-60)
Serials w/ Ice Protection: Disconnect ice protection line from firewall.
Serials 22-1602, 22-1840, 22-1863 & subs, 22T-0001 & subs w/ Air Conditioning: Disconnect compressor. (Refer to 21-50)
1
Discharge air conditioning system. (Refer to 12-10)
2
Disconnect resistor wire from wire harness.
3
Disconnect compressor hoses from firewall.
4
Cap fittings and hoses.
Disconnect all environmental air flexible hoses and ducts and remove from airplane.
(Refer to 21-00)
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Disconnect manifold air pressure sensor connector. (Refer to 77-10)
Disconnect oil pressure sensor connector. (Refer to 79-30)
Disconnect oil temperature sensor connector. (Refer to 79-30)
Disconnect cylinder head temperature sensor connectors. (Refer to 77-20)
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Disconnect manifold air temperature sensor connector.
Disconnect electrical wires at primary and secondary alternators. (Refer to 24-30)
Disconnect all clamps and ties attaching wires or cables to engine and pull wires and
cables aft, clear of engine.
WARNING:
Residual oil and fuel draining from engine hoses and lines constitutes
a fire hazard. Caution must be used to prevent the inadvertent pooling
of such materials when lines or hoses are disconnected.
(ae) Disconnect fuel pump supply line at pump and cap line.
(af) Disconnect fuel return line at pump and cap line.
(ag) Disconnect fuel system vent and drain lines at tees located beneath engine.
CAUTION:
Prior to removing engine attach bolts, ensure all hoses, wires, lines, cables,
cable ties, and clamps are disconnected or removed from positions which
would interfere with engine removal.
(ah) Attach hoist to forward and aft engine lift rings.
(ai) Loosen bolts securing engine to engine mounts.
(aj) Lift engine with hoist just enough to relieve weight from engine mounts.
CAUTION:
(2)
Note location and position of engine mount isolators prior to engine removal
for reference on reinstallation.
(ak) Remove grounding straps, nuts, washers, and bolts securing engine to engine mount.
(Refer to 71-20)
(al) Slowly hoist engine away from airplane, guiding the detached parts out as the engine is
removed.
(am) Preserve engine in accordance with the manufacturer’s approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness.
Installation - Engine
Note:
Remove all protective caps and identification tags as each component is installed.
Prior to installing engine, install all components that were removed from engine
after engine was removed from airplane.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
EFFECTIVITY:
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De-preserve engine in accordance with the manufacturer’s approved Instructions For
Continued Airworthiness.
Insert all upper isolators onto engine mount points and slowly lower engine onto engine
mount weldment so isolators are loosely held in place.
Assemble engine mount isolators. (Refer to 71-20)
Install engine mount bolts, washers, bushings, and nuts. Torque to 450 - 500 in-lb (50.9 56.5 Nm). (Refer to 71-20)
Remove hoist and tail stand.
Connect fuel pump supply line, vent line, and return line.
Connect fuel system vent and drain lines at tees located beneath engine.
Connect leads and wiring at primary and secondary alternators. (Refer to 24-30)
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(j)
(k)
(l)
(m)
(n)
(o)
(p)
(q)
(r)
(s)
(t)
(u)
(v)
(w)
(x)
(y)
(z)
(aa)
(ab)
(ac)
(ad)
(ae)
(af)
(ag)
(ah)
(ai)
(aj)
(ak)
(al)
(am)
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Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Connect manifold air temperature sensor.
Connect cylinder head temperature sensor connectors. (Refer to 77-20)
Connect oil temperature sensor connector. (Refer to 79-30)
Connect oil pressure sensor connector. (Refer to 79-30)
Connect manifold pressure sensor connector. (Refer to 77-10)
Attach and connect all environmental air flexible hoses and ducts. (Refer to 21-00)
Serials 22-1602, 22-1840, 22-1863 & subs, 22T-0001 & subs w/ Air Conditioning: Connect
compressor. (Refer to 21-50)
1
Connect resistor wire to wire harness.
2
Remove caps from fittings and hoses.
3
Connect 5/8 inch (19 mm) compressor hose to firewall. Torque hose and fittings to
250 to 350 in-lb (28.2 - 39.5 Nm).
4
Connect 1/2 inch (16 mm) compressor hose to firewall. Torque hose and fittings to
180 to 240 in-lb (20.3 - 27.1 Nm).
Serials w/ Ice Protection: Connect ice protection line to firewall.
Install induction air filter(s). (Refer to 71-60)
Serials 22-0002 & subs: Connect alternate air control cable at induction duct assembly.
(Refer to 71-60)
Serials 22-0002 & subs: Connect governor control cable. (Refer to 61-20)
Connect throttle and mixture control cables. Adjust power control cables. (Refer to 76-10)
Install exhaust system. (Refer to 78-10)
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Install exhaust crossover. (Refer to 78-10)
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Install tailpipes. (Refer to 78-20)
Connect exhaust gas temperature probes. (Refer to 77-20)
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Connect turbine inlet temperature sensor connector. (Refer to
77-20)
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Connect hoses to wastegate controller. (Refer to 78-10)
Connect starter electrical cable. (Refer to 80-10)
Connect magneto primary lead wires. (Refer to 74-10)
Install propeller. (Refer to 61-10)
Ensure any other lines, hoses, electrical leads, clamps, and ties disconnected during
removal of engine are installed.
Fill engine with proper grade and amount of engine oil. (Refer to 12-10)
Install battery. (Refer to 24-30)
Set fuel selector valve to the ON position, open throttle and mixture to full, turn on electric
fuel pump, and check fuel lines for leaks.
Perform Functional Inspection of Fuel Injection System in accordance with the manufacturer’s approved Instructions For Continued Airworthiness. (Refer to 05-20)
Perform Airplane Operational and Functional Check. (Refer to 05-30)
Install engine cowling. (Refer to 71-10)
Serials 22-1602, 22-1840, 22-1863 & subs, 22T-0001 & subs w/ Air Conditioning: Perform
Inspection/Check - Refrigerant Leak Test. (Refer to 21-50)
Serials 22-1602, 22-1840, 22-1863 & subs, 22T-0001 & subs w/ Air Conditioning: Charge
air conditioning system. (Refer to 12-10)
Serials 22-1602, 22-1840, 22-1863 & subs, 22T-0001 & subs w/ Air Conditioning: Reset
COMPRESSOR/CONTROL PANEL circuit breaker.
Serials 22-1602, 22-1840, 22-1863 & subs, 22T-0001 & subs w/ Air Conditioning: Perform
Operational Test - Air Conditioning System. (Refer to 21-50)
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B. Engine Baffling (See Figure 71-002)
CAUTION:
Proper baffling installation and care is critical to engine cooling. If baffles or seals are
broken or misshaped, the amount of air flowing past a particular cylinder or component
will increase. The increased airflow in one area causes a reduction of airflow past other
components and leads to higher temperatures in some parts of the engine. Ensure baffles are installed correctly and seals fit and direct airflow in the proper direction.
Various lines, hoses, wires, and controls are routed through some baffles. Ensure that
these components are reinstalled correctly after baffle installation.
(1)
(2)
Removal - Engine Baffling
(a) Remove engine cowling. (Refer to 71-10)
(b) Disconnect any lines, hoses, wires, and controls routed through baffling.
(c)
Remove tension springs.
(d) Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Remove intercoolers and forward induction tubes from engine
baffling.
(e) Remove bolts, screws, washers, and nuts securing baffling to engine.
(f)
Remove baffling from airplane.
Installation - Engine Baffling
(a)
Acquire necessary tools, equipment, and supplies.
Description
High Temperature Sealant
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
EFFECTIVITY:
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P/N or Spec.
Supplier
(Refer to 51-30) (Refer to 51-30)
Purpose
Sealant.
Position baffling to engine and secure with bolts, screws, washers, and nuts.
Serials 22T-0001 & subs: Install intercoolers and forward induction tubes to engine baffling.
Install tension springs.
Connect any lines, hoses, wires, and controls routed through baffling.
Apply sealant as required based on previous installation.
Install engine cowling. (Refer to 71-10)
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1
Serials 22-0002 thru 22-0820.
NOTE
LEGEND
1. Baffle Assembly
2. Bolt
3. Washer
4. Nut
5. Screw
6. Tension Spring
7. Support
8. Grommet
Fasten using engine hardware.
SR22_MM71_1447E
Figure 71-005
Engine Baffling Installation - Serials 22-0002 thru 22-0820 (Sheet 1 of 4)
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Serials 22-0821 & subs w/o Perspective Avionics.
NOTE
LEGEND
1. Baffle Assembly
2. Bolt
3. Washer
4. Nut
5. Screw
6. Tension Spring
7. Support
8. Grommet
Fasten using engine hardware.
SR22_MM71_1829B
Figure 71-005
Engine Baffling Installation - Serials 22-0821 & subs w/o Perspective Avionics (Sheet 2 of 4)
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5
1
1
LEGEND
1. Baffle Assembly
2. Bolt
3. Washer
4. Nut
5. Screw
6. Tension Spring
8. Grommet
NOTE
Fasten using engine hardware.
Serials 22-3026 & subs w/ Perspective Avionics
SR22_MM71_2858A
Figure 71-005
Engine Baffling Installation - Serials 22-3026 & subs w/ Perspective Avionics (Sheet 3 of 4)
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5
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1
5
1
1
LEGEND
1. Baffle Assembly
2. Bolt
3. Washer
4. Nut
5. Screw
6. Tension Spring
8. Grommet
NOTE
Fasten using engine hardware.
Serials 22T-0001 & subs.
SR22_MM71_3211
Figure 71-005
Engine Baffling Installation - Serials 22T-0001 & subs (Sheet 4 of 4)
EFFECTIVITY:
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