|757: Where are the 757 runway turn-off lights mounted? On the left wing outboard of the landing lights In the wing roots next to the wing landing lights On the right wing ouboard of the landing light on the nose landing gear.
757/767: there may be two sealed medical kits onboard; one primary and a secondary. if installed, the secondary medical kit is located ________? under the first row of seats in first class in an overhead bin in the cabin on the flight deck at the aft flight attendant station.
757pw/763: both provide an evacuation signal system which gives an aural and visual means of alerting the crew members that an evacuation has been initiated. the control panels are installed ________? on the flight deck and at each flight attendant station on the flight deck and at the aft flight attendant station on the flight deck only on the flight deck and at the fwd flight attendant station.
757: how many entry/service doors on the 757 could illuminate the ENTRY DOORS light on the overhead panel? 4 8 6 7.
757/767: the PBE that on the 757 / 767. should be preflighted, check to ensuring the vacuum-sealed pouch is in the plastic container and verifying the vacuum seal is intact. the indicator should be what color _________. red green blue pink.
767: where are the 767 runway turn-off lights mounted? on the landing gear on the left wing only outboard of the landing light in the left and right wing root on the right wing only outboard of the landing light.
757RR/764: when an emergency demand to enter the flight deck is made, the flight deck emergency aural alert " Door, Door, Door" sounds and the EMRG ENTRY ACTIVE status light flashes continuously for 30 seconds. what action is required by the crew to cancel the aural alert and status light? pushing the OPEN switch pushing the EMRG ENTRY ACTIVE switch pushing the LOCK FAIL switch pushing the HARD LOCK switch.
757PW/763: when an emergency demand to enter the flight deck is made, a cockpit emergency aural sounds continuously for 30 seconds and the ________ light flashes until the door releases. HARD LOCK DENY AUTO UNLK LOCK FAIL.
757/767: Alternate action switches have two positions: ON and OFF. When the switch is pushed ON, a mechanical shutter on one half of the switch opens to show an illuminated legend, such as ON, AUTO, or a FLOW BAR. With the switch in the ON position, what indication may the crew receive in the other half green PRESS light, white FAIL light, white INOP light or a red OFF light green PRESS light, amber FAIL light, amber INOP light or an OFF light amber PRESS light, amber FAIL light, amber INOP/ALTN light or an OFF light amber PRESS light, amber FAIL light, white INOP light or a red OFF light.
757/767: How many doors could illuminate the ACCESS DOORS light on the overhead panel? 4 2 3 6.
757/767: what causes the AUTO INOP light to illuminate with the mode selector set to AUTO 2? AUTO 1 is inoperative both AUTO controllers have failed AUTO 2 is inoperative the AUTO RATE knob is moved beyond the index mark.
757: what is the position of the HI STAGE valve with reference to the graphic? locked open locked closed valve position is now based on throttle position locked at the mid position.
757/767: what will occur when a zone temperature control selector is positioned to OFF? the packs will revert to the STBY mode the packs will produce maximum cooling the associated compartment INOP light illuminates trim air will be lost to all zones.
757: what is indicated by an illuminated amber ISOLATION VALVE light? the isolation valve has sensed an overpressure the isolation valve position disagrees with the commanded position the isolation valve has overheated the isolation valve is open.
757/767: according to the graphic, what is the operational state of the right pack? the pack controller has faulted the pack has shut down due to a compressor temperature exceedence the pack does not require a reset for this condition the left pack is producing normal flow to compensate for the condition.
767: according to the graphic, what is the cause for the VALVE light to illuminate? the forward equipment exhaust fan has failed the forward equipment supply fan has failed there is an overpressure condition sensed in the cooling system the system valves failed to reconfigure during automatic operation.
757: as shown in the graphic, what is indicated by the illumination of the BLEED light? the engine bleed air valve is failed close the engine low pressure valve is closed the engine bleed air temperature is excessive the engine high pressure valve is open at low engine thrust.
757/767: which light illuminates amber when there is a failure of the pack automatic temperature controller? PACK OFF only TRIM AIR INOP only PACK OFF and INOP.
757/767: the pressurization controller is set to the AUTO 2 position. what will occur if the AUTO 2 controller fails? cabin altitude automatically descends to 4000 feet control is automatically switched to the AUTO 1 controller the AUTO INOP light illuminates control is automatically switched to the MAN controller.
757/767: once airborne with the pressurization controller in AUTO 1 or AUTO 2, a return to the departure airport requires the crew to accomplish what action? select the opposite AUTO position used for takeoff set the AUTO RATE knob to the index position for landing reset the landing altitude for the return to the departure airport select MAN on the controller and use manual operation for landing.
757/767: how is the crew alerted when the passenger oxygen system has been activated? llumination of the passenger oxygen ON light and an EICAS caution message PASS OXYGEN ON llumination of the passenger oxygen ON light and an EICAS status message PASS OXYGEN ON llumination of the passenger oxygen ON light and an EICAS advisory message PASS OXYGEN ON llumination of the passenger oxygen ON light and an EICAS warning message PASS OXYGEN ON.
764: once activated, how long will the flow of oxygen last for the 764 passenger oxygen system? 15 minutes 22 minutes 12 minutes 18 minutes.
764: according to the graphic, what does the illuminated ICE DET light indicate? Auto operation is still available but manual anti-ice/de-ice can no longer be selected System anti-icing is no longer available Icing conditions have been detected the ice detector system has failed.
757/767: inflight, illumination of the R AOA probe heat light indicates? An air leak in the system line Proper system operation during flight A probe heater failure A probe overheat.
757/767: what occurs if the WING ANTI-ICE switches are left ON at landing? The wing anti-ice valve will close but only after an engine is shut down The wing anti-ice valves remain open until selected OFF The wing anti-ice valves remain open and an EICAS message
appears alerting the crew of an impending wing overheat The wing anti-ice valves close upon touchdown.
757/763: once activated how long will the flow of oxygen last. for the 757 and 763 passenger system? 18 minutes 15 minutes 12 minutes 22 minutes.
757/767: when will the oxygen masks in the passenger service units (PSU) automatically drop? When cabin altitude reaches 10,000 feet When cabin altitude reaches 8,000 feet When cabin altitude reaches 11,000 feet When cabin altitude reaches 14,000 feet.
764: according to the graphic, what does the illuminated ICING light indicate? Auto operation is still avaiable but manual anti-ice/de-ice can no longer be selected The ice detector system has failed An anti-ice valve is closed and engine/wing icing is detected System anti-icing is no longer available.
757/767: which probe(s), masts and/or vane(s) are not heated on the ground? Pitot probes Water drain masts total air temperature probe Angle of attack vanes.
757/767: what is the position of the right wing anti-ice valve? Selected closed and closed Selected open and open selected but not open Selected closed but not closed.
757/767: according to the graphic, the ground handling bus is being powered from what power source? Whichever is selected last Whichever is selected first APU External power.
757 as install/767: what is the time limit for HMG operation? 90 minutes No time limit 60 minutes 30 minutes.
757/767: what is the cause for the standby power bus OFF light to illuminate? Battery and Hot battery busses not powered Standby AC, standby DC and/or the battery bus(ses) not powered Standby DC and Left main DC busses not powered Standby AC and Right main AC busses not powered.
757/764: Both bus tie breakers are armed for automatic operation. the first priority to power the left main AC bus comes from? APU generator External power Right engine generator Left engine generator.
757/767: What causes the STBY POWER OFF light to illuminate? Right BUS ILSN light illuminated Battery charger failure Either or both standby busses or the battery bus is/are not powered Loss of left AC or DC power.
757/767: According to the graphic, the battery bus receives power from which bus? Left main DC bus Right main DC bus Hot battery bus Standby DC bus.
757/767: Which load shed requires manual rest of the utility busses? Generator overload Generator loss Engine start Heavy electrical load.
77/767: Which has priority in supplying power to the ground handling bus, the APU or External power? APU Whichever is selected first External power whichever is selected last.
757/767: How is the IDG oil cooled? By a hydraulic / oil heat exchanger located in the left hydraulic system By a dedicated electric cooler powered by the left main AC bus By a dedicated electric cooler powered by the right main AC bus By a fuel / oil heat exchanger .
757/767: During normal operations, what bus will supply power for operation of the two battery chargers? Standby busses Ground handling bus Ground service bus Battery bus.
757RR: According to the graphic, what could cause the ECC INOP light to illuminate? EEC is using N2 to control engine thrust EEC is using NI to control engine thrust ECC is inoperative EEC is operating in the hydro-mechanical mode.
757RR: Each engine's EEC receives power for operation from? STBY AC and DC The hot battery bus Dual dedicated generators The left main AC bus.
757/767: The airplane battery (BAT) switch is selected to OFF with the APU running. When will the APU shutdown? Only when the airplane is in flight When the airplane is on the ground or in flight There is no impact on APU operation when the battery switch is selected off Only when the airplane is on the ground .
757/767: With the APU running, what is indicated if the APU FAULT light illuminates? The APU generator breaker is tripped The APU has shutdown due to an APU fault The APU is supplying power to the left main AC bus only The APU door is in transit.
763: The REV ISLN light is illuminated during taxi. what is the cause for this light to illuminate? A fault has been detected in the thrust reverser system (ground only) This light can activate on the ground or during flight if a fault is detected This light activates during all normal reverser operations The light illuminates to advise the crew the reverser system is available.
757/763: The standby engine indicator (SEI) is positioned to AUTO. What condition will activate the indicator? The left engine is shutdown Both CRT' s fail Either CRT fails The left AC bus is unpowered.
757/767: The APU FAULT light remained illuminated after the APU selector was positioned to ON for the start. what does this indicate? APU cool down relay is functioning normally APU generator field is open APU fuel valve is not in the commanded position APU bleed valve is not in the commanded position.
757/767: when will the APU shut down immediately, bypassing the cool-down cycle? Whenever an engine fire is detected When the APU is shut down normally on the ground whenever a fault is detected When the APU is shut down normally in flight.
757/763: Approach idle is maintained for ________ seconds after touchdown to provide better engine acceleration for go-around or reverse thrust. 5 8 3 10.
757/763: What action/configuration would result in selecting continuous ignition and approach idle for the associated engine? Selecting flap position 1, 5 or 15 Plancing the ENG START selector to the CONT position Placing the wing anti-ice switch to ON performing a normal approach.
757/767: If not positioned properly, which items could result in a TAKEOFF CONFIG warning? Speedbrake lever, parking brake, wing anti-ice and stabilizer flaps, speedbrake lever, stabilizer and parking brake Flaps, speedbrake lever, engine anti-ice and parking brake Flaps, doors, speedbrake lever and parking brake.
757/767: What type of components supply the indications for a cargo compartment fire? Two overheat sensors in the forward compartment and one overheat sensor in the aft compartment Three overheat sensors in each compartment Two smoke detectors in each compartment One overheat sensor in each compartment.
757RR: What will be the indications on the flight deck if both loops of an engine fire detection system fail? The associated ENG OVHT message appears The SYS FAIL P-RESET light illuminates and cannot be extinguished Engine fire with appropriate EICAS messages Only the appropriate STATUS message(s) appear.
757/767: What is indicated by the illumination of a fire BTL DISCH light? A fault has been detected in the bottle The bottle squib cannot be activated The bottle has discharged or there is low bottle pressure The bottle is armed for discharge.
763: After arming the FWD cargo fire ARM switch, pushing the BTL DISCH switch will autoatically allows what to occur? opens the smoke clearance port closes the APU bleed valve initiates the bottle discharge sequence for all three bottles opens the overboard exhaust valve.
757/767: What action is required if the engine fire handle cannot be pulled out during an engine fire? Rotate the handle first, then pull it out Use the opposite fire handle Push the fire handle override switch then pull the handle out Push in on the handle, then pull it out.
757/767: How can an OVERSPEED WARNING siren be silenced? push the MASTER WARNING light reset switch Deselect autothrottles and re-engage them Push the EICAS CANCEL swotch Push the EICAS RECALL switch.
757/763: How would the pilot view the STATUS message(s) when STATUS is displayed on the upper left corner of the lower EICAS CRT? Push the STATUS display switch Push the CANCEL switch Push the ENGINE display switch Push the RECALL switch.
757/767: Altitude alerting occurs when approaching or departing the altitude set on the MCP. When is altitude alerting inhibited? When landing flaps have been selected In flight with all landing gear down and locked When the autopilot is engaged When within 500 feet of MCP altitude.
757/767: In the graphic, what does the illuminated light indicate? The fire handle has been pulled and a fire is not detected Both fire detector loops have failed No fire protection is available for the engine A fire is being detected.
757/767: According to the graphic, what is the reason for the RUDDER RATIO light to illuminate? The rudder ratio changer is depressurized to a high speed/full authority control mode A fault has been detected in the rudder ratio system The right hydraulic system is no longer available to power the rudder ratio Full authority of the rudder is available as long as the right hydraulic system is powered.
757: The flap lever is moved to position 1. What will the slats and flaps be commanded to do? Slats move to the takeoff position and flaps remain in the UP position Slats move to position | and flaps move to the takeoff position Slats move to the takeoff position and flaps move to position 1 when signaled by the leading edge drive unit Flaps move to position 1 and slats are moved to the takeoff position when signaled by the trailing edge flap drive unit.
767: The crew has selected flaps 1 position with the flap lever. To what position do the slats and flaps move to? Slats move to the takeoff position and flaps move to position 1 Slats move to position 1 and the flaps move to the takeoff position Slats move to the takeoff position and flaps remain up Slats remain in the UP position and flaps move to position 1.
767: According to the graphic, what is the cause for the AIL LOCK light to illuminate? One or more spoiler panels are not in the commanded position There is no hydraulic power available for the outboard ailerons One or more ailerons failed to lock at high speeds or failed to unlock at low speeds Inboard ailerons have locked out due to excessive speed.
757/763: According to the graphic, what could be a cause for the TRAILING EDGE light to illuminate? There has been an overspeed of the flap system The flap load relief system is operating correctly Light will extinguish when ALTN TE switch is pushed when caused by an asymmetry condition One or more of the trailing edge flaps failed to reach the position called for by the flap handle.
757/767: The SPEED BRAKES light is illuminated with the speed brake lever aft of the armed position. (764 - EICAS caution message SPEEDBRAKES EXT) what illuminated the light or EICAS caution? Flaps are not in the UP position and the radio altitude is above 25 feet Radio altitude is above 5 feet The flaps are in the landing position above 15 feet RA Radio altitude is between 1000 feet and 20 feet.
757/767: According to the graphic, what is the reason for the STAB TRIM light to illuminate? Stabilizer trim is not longer available MACH SPD TRIM is operating at full rate One of the two stabilizer brakes failed to release when trimming with the stabilizer trim switches Autopilot 1s operating at full rate.
757/767: The AUTO SPDBRK light has illuminated with the speed brake lever ARMED. What may happen if speed lever is left in the ARMED position and an additional fault occurs? Speed brakes may be operated normally Speed brakes are inhibited from extending in flight Speed brakes may extend in flight Speed brakes will not extend at landing (ground spoilers).
757: The flap load relief system protects the flaps from excessive airloads. The flap setting protected is flaps _____? 25 30 20 15.
763: The flap load relief system protects the flaps from excessive airloads. What flap settings are protected? 30, 25, 20, and 15 for the 763 30, 25 and 20 for the 763 30, 25 for the 763 30 and 25 only for the 764.
752PW/763: What is indicated when the EICAS message ''INSTR SWITCH" is displayed? One or more of the IRU’s has/have failed Both pilots have selected the same source to display information Either pilot has lost at least one of the sources
selected on the Instrument source selector panel The left or right FMC has failed.
757/767: What occurs when the ALERT switch on the pilot call panel (SELCAL) is pressed? A call is placed to the aft flight attendant station only A call is placed to all flight attendant stations A call is placed to the forward flight attendant station only A chime sounds in the nose wheel well alerting ground personnel.
757/767: What does the AIR DATA selector switch, when pushed or rotated, allow to occur? Selects the FMC source of navigation and flight parameter data for the associated HSI Selects the symbol generator source for the associated ADI and HSI Selects the IRS source for the associated ADI, HSI, VSI and opposite RDMI Selects the alternate air data computer / ADIRU source for the associated airspeed indicator, altimeter and VSI.
757/767: What instrument source does the FLT DIR selector provide to the command bars on the ADI? Air Data Computer Flight Management Computer Inertial Reference Unit Flight Control Computer.
757/767: What is the purpose of the IRS switch on the instrument source SEL panel? Selects a static source to give data to the ADI, HSI and VSI Allows either pilot to select the opposite IRU for heading, track, attitude and speed data for the
associated ADI, HSI and VSI; and RDMI source does not change Selects the center [RU source for heading, track, attitude and speed data for the associated ADI, HSI and VSI; and the opposite RDMI Selects inertial reference for the vertical velocity, disabling the static function.
757/767: Regarding the attitude director indicator (ADI) / primary flight and navigation displays (PFD/ND) what source normally provides the captain's attitude information? The right IRU/ADIRU The center IRU/ADIRU The left IRU/ADIRU The right VG/DG.
752/763: Is the center VHF radio available for voice communications if required? No, it is never available for voice communications Yes, but only accessible through the MCDU Yes, by tuning the appropriate frequency on the VHF radio control panel Yes, but only in flight provided maintenance has verified the CENTER VHF switch in the AFT E/E compartment is in the CENTER VHF position.
752/763: In the event the airplane reverts to battery power only during flight, is VHF communication still available to the crew? No, the left VHF radio is powered from the ground handling bus No, the crew has no access to VHF communications Yes, the left VHF radio is powered from the standby DC bus Yes, the left VHF radio is powered from the ground service bus.
757/767: What is allowed to occur when the Navigation (NAV) source selector switch is positioned to CDU L? Provides information from the left or right Flight Management Computer system Provides information from the right Flight Management Computer system only Provides information from the left Flight Management Computer system only Provides information to the left and center symbol generators and used for operation of the Alternate Navigation System.
752RR: HFDL (high frequency data link) communication is available through the left HF radio. When is HFDL available during ground operations? HFDL is only available after maintenance has placed the HFDL switch in the Forward E/E compartment to the ACTIVATE position HFDL transmissions are inhibited during all ground operations Anytime by pushing the HF TRANSMIT INHIBIT OVERRIDE switch on the overhead panel When the fueling bay door is closed and pushing the HF TRANSMIT INHIBIT OVERRIDE switch on the overhead panel.
What type of communication is enabled by the cabin interphone system? Communication between maintenance and ground service personnel Communication between the Captain and First Officer Communication between the flight deck and all flight attendant stations Secure communication between the flight deck and the forward flight attendant station only.
757/767: When operating normally, setting the correct time in the clocks automatically updates which of the following componet(s)? Left Flight Management Computer only Both Flight Management Computers and the Flight Data recorder ACARS Both Flight Management Computers and ACARS.
757/763: What does the EFI switch select when pushed? Alternate Flight Management Computer Alternate Inertial Reference Unit Center Symbol Generator Alternate Air Data Computer.
757/767: The flight data recorder provides at least 25 hours of recordable data. When does the recorder automatically start? When the ground service bus is powered When either engine is running or the airplane is in flight When all cabin doors are closed When takeoff thrust is applied.
757/767: When is radio altitude (RA) displayed on the EADI/PFD? Radio altitude is less than 3500 feet Radio altitude is displayed on the EADI/PFD continously Radio altitude is less than 2500 feet Radio altitude is displayed on the EADI/PFD only when selected.
752RR: The SATCOM CALL Light located on the overhead panel when illuminated indicates ______? A fault has been detected in the SATCOM system An incoming call has been terminated An incoming SATCOM call A successful SATCOM test has been completed.
757/767: When may the flight deck voice recorder be erased? Airplane is on the ground, AC power is ON and the parking brake is set Anytime power is disconnected from the airplane Anytime the headset jack is used for listening Anytime a test cycle is activated.
757/767: Is the cabin interphone system a secure system or is it a party line? Party line except the aft flight attendant station which is secure Secure system Party line except the forward flight attendant station which is secure party line.
757/767: How is the crew alerted to incoming calls from the cabin? A bell will sound By chimes and lights A beeper will sound A horn will sound.
757/767: What do the pitch limit indicators (PLI' s) on the ADI indicate? Pitch Limit (stick shaker activation point for existing conditions) Stall buffet AOA Maximum safe climb angle Normal pitch rotation attitude for takeoff.
757/767: What indication will the crew/ground personnel receive if the IRS reverts to DC power while on the ground? The ground crew call horn in the nose wheel well will sound The ALIGN lights will start flashing There is no indication for the crew/ ground personnel The DC FAIL lights will illuminate on the overhead panel.
757/767: During a missed approach, pushing either GA switch increases the autothrottles to maintain ______. Speed at GA engagement A climb rate of at least 2000 feet per minute MCP selected target speed Cruise thrust.
757/763: According to the graphic, what is the operational status of the AP? Still engaged but operating in a degraded mode Autothrottle has disengaged due to a fault Still engaged and operating normal Disconnected.
757/767: When the BANK LIMIT selector on the MCP is positioned to 15, which roll mode will be limited to 15 degrees angle of bank angle? Heading select Localizer capture LNAV capture VOR capture.
757/767: Go-around arms and the reference thrust limit changes to GA when _________? When the landing gear is down When the approach switch is pushed When LOC capture occurs Flaps are out of up or glideslope is captured.
757/763: With reference to the graphic, what illuminated the A/T DISC light? The A/T has disconnected and the light cannot be extingguished The Autopilot has disengaged due to a fault The A/T has disconnected The A/T is still engaged but operating in a degraded mode.
757/763: According to the graphic, why is the FMC light illuminated? PMC’ s are resetting Both FMC’ s have failed CDU is displaying an operationally significant message in the scratchpad There is single FMC operation only.
757/767: What will occur if the flight director fails in either the pitch or roll mode? An amber line is drawn through the respective pitch or roll mode annunciation The autopilot(s) disconnect The respective steering bar disappears The autothrottles disconnect.
757/767: With reference to the graphic, what caused the DC FAIL light to illuminate? The DC BUS TIE breaker did not close The right [RU has lost AC power DC backup power has failed The right IRU’s input is not reliable for navigation.
757/763: When the airplane descends below 200 feet RA, what is the Autoland Status Annunciator (ASA) allowed to do? (UPPER/LOWER) Only change to BLANK / LAND 2 Always remains in LAND 3 / BLANK Only change to LAND 2 / NO LAND 3 Only change to BLANK / NO AUTOLAND.
757/767: According to the graphic, what does an illuminated ON DC light mean? The Left IRU cannot be aligned with DC power only DC power has failed TRU has detected a fault AC power for the left IRU has failed.
753/764: The airplane has reverted to STBY POWER. Which statement is true for the 753 and 764 with reference to the IRU' s? Standby AC still poweres the right IRU after 5 minutes The right IRU will not be powered after 5 minutes The left and center IRU’s will not be powered after 5 minutes All IRU’ s remain powered during standby power operations.
757/767: With reference to the graphic, why has the FAULT light illuminated? A system fault has been detected in ATT and/or NAV modes DC backup power has been lost AC power has been lost No airplane position has been entered after 10 minutes.
757/763: The ILS control panel tunes ________ ILS receivers? 3 4 1 2.
757/763: What occurs if the crew presses the TO/GA button on the thrust mode select panel (TMSP)? It disengages the autopilot system It causes the climb power to increase by 25% It has no effect It cancels the selected assumed temperature.
757/767: What is availableto the crew by placing the IRS Mode Selector to the ATT position? Will provide attitude and position data only Will provide an airborne alignment of the IRU Will provide a quick alignment of the ADI when on the ground Will provide attitude and heading information only.
752RR/763/752PW-ER: The airplane has reverted to STBY POWER. Which statement is true with reference to the IRU' s? All IRU’s remain powered during standby power operations The left and center IRU’s will not be powered after 5 minutes Standby power to the right [RU is limited to 5 minutes to save battery power Standby AC still powers the right IRU after 5 minutes.
757/767: What component provides the flight director command inputs? Autothrottle System (A/T) Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) Flight Control Computer (FCC) Flight Management Computer (FMC).
757/767: After placing the IRS mode selectors to the NAV position during the flight deck setuo and after the completion of the self test, the ALIGN lights illuminate indicating the start of the alignment process. The alignment process normally requires about ___ to complete. 5 minutes 8 minutes The alignment is always immediate 10 minutes.
757/763: With reference to the graphic, what is the operational status of the A/P system? A/P has disconnected due to a system fault Autopilot has been disconneted by the crew Still engaged but operating in a degraded mode Still engaged and operating normal.
767: A fuel imbalance of _________ (+/- 500) pounds between the main tanks will illuminate the FUEL CONFIG light 2000 1500 1800 1200.
757/767: Which pump supplies fuel to the APU when the APU is powering the airplane? Left forward boost pump Left center boost pump Left aft boost pump DC powered boost pump.
757/767: According to the graphic, are these pump indications normal during preflight? Yes, but only when the APU is operating No, the low pressure lights are armed only when the switch is ON No, low pressure lights indicate three pumps have failed No, the center pumps should have PRESS light illuminated.
757/767: The FUEL CONFIG light is illuminated. Which statement describes why the light has illuminated? The center tank fuel is less than 1000 pounds with the center pump switches selected to ON The total useable fuel in the center tank drops below approximately 5000 pounds The total usable fuel in the left or right main tank drops below approximately 2200 pounds A fuel imbalance of 1000 pounds exists between the left and right main tanks.
767: When the center tank pumps are off, remaining center tank fuel is automatically scavenged into the _________ by two jet pumps when the main tanks are approximately half full Left main tank only Left and Right surge tanks Right main tank only Associated left or right main tank.
767: Which tank can fuel be jettisoned from? The center tank only Either main tank The right main tank only The left main tank only.
763: Positioning the FUEL JETTISON selector to the ON position, allows what to occur? Inhibits one left main tank boost pump for jettisoning to occur Inhibits all window heat to reduce the electrical demand Selects only the STBY mode in the equipment cooling system Inhibits window heat to L-3 and R-3, and selects the OVRD mode in the equipment cooling system.
757/767: The maximum allowable fuel imbalance (difference) between the left and right main tanks for all operations is? Found on the FMC PROG page 2/2 Illumination of the FUEL CONFIG light 2200 pounds 1200 pounds.
763: The fuel temperature indication on the fuel quantity indicator displays temperature in which tank? center the left surge tank right left.
757/767: The airplane is airborne with both engines operating. What does this graphic indicate? Both center fuel boost pumps are producing high output pressure The fuel crossfeed switches should be selected ON Depletion of center tank fuel The left and right main fuel system output pressure is low.
757/767: The rudder is powered by which hydraulic system(s) during normal operations? Left and right only Left, center, and right Right and center only Left and center only.
757/767: When deployed, the ram air turbine (RAT) drives a hydraulic pump that supplies adequate pressure for flight controls down to an airspeed of approximately _________? 80 knots 120 knots 130 knots 100 knots.
757: The left hydraulic system reservoir includes a standpipe to reserve fluid for what component? The nose wheel steering system, Gear, Flaps, Slats The ram air turbine (RAT) The power transfer unit (PTU) The reserve brake system.
757/767: The two center electric motor-driven hydraulic pumps, identified as center #1 and center #2, are similar/identical to the left and right electric pumps. Which pump(s) may be inhibited to prevent an electrical overload? center #2 and left electric center #2 Center #1 and right electric Center #1 .
767: Electrical power has been lost on both main AC busses. The hydraulic motor generator (HMG) activates in flight automatically and is powered from? The right hydraulic system The center hydraulic system and the PTU The left hydraulic system The center hydraulic system via the ADP.
767: What impact will be noticeable to the crew should the air demand pump (ADP) become inoperative during flight? There is no noticiable impact on the landing gear or flap/slat operation There is no impact on landing gear retraction but flap/slat extension/retraction times will increase Landing gear retraction time will increase, but no impact on the flaps/slat system Landing gear retraction and flap/slat extension/retraction times will increase.
767: When the reserve brakes and steering system is activated, the hydraulic pump that operates, regardless of the switch position is? The right electric mobér-driven demand pump The center No.2 primary pump The left electric motor-driven demand pump The center No.1 primary pump.
757: The power transfer unit (PTU), when activated, can supply hydraulic power to what components? Alternate flaps and slats, landing gear, nose wheel steering and HMG if installed Alternate flaps and slats, alternate landing gear and nose wheel steering Flaps and slats, landing gear, nose wheel steering and hydraulic motor generator (HMG) if installed Flaps and slats, landing gear, nose wheel steering and reserve brakes.
757: When the hydraulic motor generator (HMG) is operating, what affect will it have on the operation of the flaps and slats? It has no impact on the operation of the flaps and slats It results in increased operating time for the slats, but no impact on the flaps It results in increased operating time for the flaps and slats It results in increased operating time for the flaps, but no impact on the slats.
757/767: The ram air turbine (RAT) is armed on the ground above what speed? 100 knots 130 knots 85 knots 80 knots.
767: Which hydraulic system(s) powers the alternate braking system? left right center and left center.
757/767: The nose wheel steering tiller can turn the nose wheel up to how many degrees in either direction? 65 30 50 7.
757/767: The alternate brake hydraulic system provides for what type of anti-skid protection? There is no anti-skid protection available Protection to individual wheels Protection to paired wheels Protection to cross wheels.
757/763: After takeoff, the landing gear lever is positioned to OFF to allow? Arming of the AC motors for normal extension The gear and gear door locks to be pressurized Gear to be now held in the UP position by using a pneumatic air pump Hydraulic pressure to the landing gear to shut off.
757/767: The alternate brake system has all the capabilities of the normal brake system except? No hydroplaning protection No skidding protection No automatic braking No wheel lockup protection.
757: The RESERVE BRAKES switch is selected to the ON position. Which hydraulic system(s) will supply the hydraulic fluid? left and right left center right.
757/767: With the autobrakes system armed and both thrust levers at idle, autobraking is initiated at landing when the main landing gear trucks are not tilted, wheel spinup occurs and the IRS senses airplane pitch at _______ degree or less. 5 8 12 1.
764: Alternate gear extension uses what component to release all door and gear uplocks? Explosive squibs An electric hydraulic pump An alternate AC powered electrical pump An alternate gear pneumatic air pump.
757/763: The PARK BRAKE light on the center pedestal and EICAS message only indicate? PARK BRAKE handle is stowed and the anti-skid return line is either open or closed Parking brakes are set correctly Parking brake handle is not stowed and the anti-skid return line is closed PARK BRAKE handle is not stowed and the anti-skid return line is either open or closed.
757/767: When can the auto brake system be used? When alternate brakes are available When accumulator brakes are available When normal brakes are available When reserve brakes are available.
757/767: What is the recommended landing crosswind component when the control / braking action is reported as GOOD and the surface condition is WET? 30 knots 25 knots 20 knots 40 knots.
757/767: What is the autoland maximum tailwind for the 757 and 767 when conducting a CAT II or CAT III approach 25 knots 15 knots 10 knots 20 knots.
752/767: What is the autoland maximum tailwind for the 752 and 767? (No CAT II or CAT III) 20 knots 10 knots 15 knots 25 knots.
757RR/764: What is the minimum engine oil quantity required for ETOPS dispatch? 16 quarts 18 quarts no RF displayed 15 quarts.
AUTOFLIGHT MODES: Do not use FLCH on Final approach below ________ feet AFE. 800 2500 1000 500.
752PW/763: what is the engine starter duty cycle for normal re-engagement for the first and second start attempt for the 752PW and 763? 0% (zero) N2 for both first and second start attempts 0% (zero) N2 for the first start attempt and less than 20% N2 for the second start attempt Less than 5% N2 for as many start attempts that may be needed 0% (zero) N2 for the first start attempt and less than 10% N2 for the second start attempt.
757/767: What is the recommended takeoff crosswind component when control / braking action is reported as GOOD and the surface condition is WET? 15 knots 30 knots 25 knots 20 knots.
752PW/763: What is the minimum engine oil quantity required for engine start for flight? 15 quarts 18 quarts no RF displayed 16 quarts.
753: What is the autoland maximum tailwind for the 753 using flaps 30 for landing? (No CAT II or III) 20 knots 15 knots 10 knots 12 knots.
757/767: What is the autoland maximum crosswind for the 757 and 767? (No CAT II or CAT III) 20 knots 10 knots 15 knots 25 knots.
752/763; When the airplane descends below 200 feet RA, what is the Autoland Status Annunciator (ASA) allowed to do? (UPPER / LOWER) Only change to BLANK / NO AUTOALAND Only change to BLANK / LAND2 Always remains in LAND3 / BLANK Only change to LAND2 / NO LAND3.
767: According to the graphic, what is the status of both air conditioning packs after the AFT and ARM switch is pushed? Both packs remain in normal flow Both packs switch to high flow The right pack switches to high flow, the left pack remains in low flow The right pack remains in normal flow, the left pack switches to high flow.
757 /767: What does the AIR DATA selector switch, when pushed or rotated, allow to occur? Selects the FMC source of navigation and flight parameter data for the associated HSI Selects the symbol generator source for the associated ADI and HSI Selects the alternate air data computer / ADIRU source for the associated airspeed indicator, altimeter and VSI Selects the IRS source for the associated ADI, HSI and opposite RDMI.
757/767: Whit the APU supplying both electrical and pneumatic power, what occurs as the first engine is started? Only the respective utility bus and all galley busses load shed The utility busses remain powered but all galley busses load shed Only the respective utility bus load shed Both utility and galley busses load shed.
764: In the air on the ground, an automatic relight feature is enable if N2 drops below __________ 30% 10% Idle speed 20%.
757/763: The maximum indications reset (MAX IND RESET) switch when pushed will allow the crew to accomplish what task? Reset and blank all maximum overtime and overspeed exceedance values on the EICAS CRT's Reset all current status message Reset the reduce thrust setting to the thrust value. Erase all overtime and overspeed values stored in computer memory.
If ALTN on the IRS switch is selected on the Captain's panel, which IRU powers the F/O's RDMI? Left Center Allows any IRU to power the F/O RDMI Right.
757: The ground service bus receives power for normal operations from which bus? Hot Battery Right utility Right AC Left AC.
767: On the overhead panel, illumination of the BLD OVHT light (763) or OVHT (764) indicates The engine bleed air temperature is excessive The HPSOV & PRV, when commanded, failed to open. An overpressure condition has been detected A high temperature bleed air leak is detected.
757/767: Once airborne with the pressurization controller in AUTO 1 or AUTO 2, a return to the departure airport requires the crew to accomplish what Select MAN on the controller and use manual operation for landing Set the AUTO RATE knob to the index position for landing. Select the opposite AUTO position used for take off Reset the landing altitude for the return to the departure airport. .
757: According to the graphic, what is the position of the left engine bleed air valve? In transit Closed Unable to determine by the graphic Open.
767: When xxxxxx xxxxxx Overboard exhaust valve opens Packs switch to high flow The cooling system automatically reconfigures. The smoke light illuminates .
757/767: The crew selecting the wing anti- ice switch to the ON position. According to the graphic, what is the state of the right wing anti- ice system? Fully operational as this is just a pilot awareness light Not operational when an over heat is sensed in flight. No operational Fully operational, as long as engine anti- ice is selected ON.
753/764: During HMG operations, what is the status of the IRU’s for the 753 and 764 due to their unique capacity? Only the right IRU remain powered All three IRU’s remain powered After 5 minutes, the left and center IRU’s are no longer powered Captains RDMI switches to the left IRU.
757/767: Other than the switch being selected OFF or load shed , when do the UTILITY BUS OFF light illuminated? When the associated utility bus is unpowered When the DC bus tie breaker is closed When the center number 2 ELECT HYD pump sheds When one or both busses shed or are unpowered.
757 As install/ 767. During flight, when will the hydraulic xxx xxxxxx When the left hydraulic When the center and right hydraulic xxxxx. When the HMG PWR switch is selected ON When primary and AC power is lost on both main AC busses.
757/763: With a LAND 3 indication, what will the ASA indicated if left generator is lost below 200 feet AGL on a three autopilot approach whiteout the APU running? LAND2 / LAND 3 LAND 2 No AUTOLAND LAND 3.
757/767: How is the main DC electrical system powered? Directly from battery bus Directly from the associated engine DC generator. Directly from the battery when the battery charger is available and supplying power From the associated AC system through a transformer rectifier unit.
757/763:During engine shutdown, the left engine fuel SPAR VALVE light illuminate to indicate? The SPAR VALVE light only illuminates during engine start This is a normal indication during engine shutdown The position of the SPAR Valve is in agreement with the opposite of the EGN fuel valve. The SPAR valve position disagrees with the position of the fuel control switch.
757/767: What will cause the auto brakes system to immediately disarm? Auto brakes or normal anti-skid system fault occurs. Left IRU fails Loss of air pressure in the left pneumatic duct Left IRU selector switch is placed in the ATT position.
757/767: The air/ground logic system is primary sensed through what inputs? CADC sensors and IRU climb sensors as the airplane become airborne Main gear tilt sensors and the nose gear strut compression sensors A complex combination os IRU, radio altimeter, and CADC sensory inputs. IRU and radio altimeter inputs.
757/767: According to the graphic, what could be a possible cause for the FAIL P-RESET light illuminate ? One APU fire detector loop has failed Both757RR engine fire detection loops have failed. One loop of the engine overhead detection system has failed Both smoke detector in a cargo compartment have failed.