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CIRRUS

AIRPLANE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MODEL SR22

INTRODUCTION

1. COVERAGE This Cirrus Design SR22 Airplane Maintenance Manual was prepared by Cirrus Design Technical Publications. This manual contains information necessary to enable a trained mechanic to inspect, service, clean, trouble shoot, functionally test, and repair systems and equipment in the Cirrus Design SR22. It also includes information necessary for the mechanic to perform maintenance or make minor repair to units in the airplane normally requiring such action on the flight line or in the maintenance hangar. This manual covers the as delivered airplane configuration. The Cirrus Design SR22 Airplane maintenance manual was prepared using GAMA Specification No. 2 (Specification for Manufacturers Maintenance data), Revised September 1982 as a content model and format guide. However, as the specification is written to cover a whole class of aircraft rather than a particular model, some deviations from the specification were made for clarity. This Maintenance Manual does not reflect part numbers and cannot be used for ordering replacement parts. Spares and replacement parts should be ordered using the current Cirrus Design SR22 Illustrated Parts Catalog. Wiring schematics within the description and operation sections of this manual are for general information purposes only. Troubleshooting shall be performed using the Wiring Manual, and the optional avionics and electrical wiring diagrams provided at delivery. 2. USING THE MAINTENANCE MANUAL This Maintenance Manual is divided into four major sections, each of which is separated into chapters. Each chapter contains its own list of effective pages and table of contents. A. Page Numbering System Page numbers used in this Maintenance Manual consist of two-element numbers separated by dashes, under which the page number and date are printed. Whenever the chapter/system element number is followed by zeros in the section/subsystem (32-00) the information presented on the page is applicable to the entire system. The section/subsystem number is used to identify information applicable to section or subsystems within a chapter or system respectively. The subject/unit element number progresses from the number `10' in accordance with GAMA Specification No. 2 and the number of section/subsystem units covered. All system/subsystem data is page numbered separately. 3. WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, AND NOTES Warnings, Cautions, and Notes are used to highlight or emphasize important points. Warnings call attention to use of materials, processes, methods, procedures, or limits which must be followed precisely to avoid bodily injury. Cautions call attention to methods and procedures which must be followed to avoid damage to equipment. Notes call attention to methods which make the procedure easier.

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MODEL SR22

4. AIRPLANE SERIAL NUMBER EFFECTIVITY Airplane serial number effectivity references are used throughout the maintenance manual to distinguish between different system designs and procedures. The effectivities are italicized and are displayed in the same font weight as the adjacent text. Effectivity references in the "General" or "Description" sections are handled in one of two ways. If effectivity applies to entire paragraph, the effectivity reference will preface the paragraph with a colon. If effectivity applies to only a section of the paragraph, the affected content shall be followed by the effectivity reference in parentheses. Effectivity references in the "Maintenance Practices" section are also handled one of two ways. If effectivity applies to only a few steps in a procedure, the effectivity reference will preface the step followed by a colon. If procedures differ greatly based on effectivity, the component and related procedures will be presented in blocks with an effectivity reference for each block. Part and/or component effectivity is also indicated in the effectivity block in the bottom corner of each page. On illustration pages the effectivity is on the face of the illustration and in the title block beneath the illustration. Note: When part effectivities are conditional to modifications, such as service bulletins, performed on the airplane, the airplane logbook should be checked to determine the proper replacement parts.

A. Service Bulletins Installation of service bulletins are shown by notations in the maintenance procedure and figure. The term "Before SB 22-XX-XX" indicates that the part effectivity is as written unless SB 22-XX-XX was installed. The term "After SB 22-XX-XX" indicates that the part effectivity is as written when the airplane has been modified in accordance with SB 22-XX-XX. B. G3 Wing Airplane serial numbers 2334, 2420, and 2438 and subsequent are equipped with a redesigned wing. Where necessary, this document may use the terms "G3" or "G3 Wing" to identify this installation. The list below shows the primary structural and system changes which accompany G3 Wing configuration: · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 1 degree increase in wing dihedral, Removal of the aileron-rudder interconnect, Increased fuel capacity and associated updates to sensing and indicating system, Redesigned ice protection system, Main landing gear location moved slightly, strut angle increased, and strut lengthened, Redesigned main landing gear fairings, Redesigned nose landing gear fairings, Redesigned lightning protection plan, Relocation of stall warning port, RH lower engine cowling modified, Redesigned environmental control system, Redesigned wing root fairings, Modification of interior trim panels, Redesigned bolster switch panel, Leading-edge wing tip recognition lights. EFFECTIVITY: All

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MODEL SR22

C. Special Conditions New features are sometimes introduced on a "pilot" airplane before going into regular production. As a result, certain parts or assemblies are installed on a range of airplanes with a "split" or a break in affected serial number range. For example, a split effectivity listing of "Serials 2420, 2438 & subs" indicates that the part or assembly is effective for airplane serial number 2420, skips airplane serials numbers 2421 through 2437, and is effective for airplane serials 2438 and subsequent. See the following Special Conditions table, for a list of airplane serial numbers affected by split effectivities. Serial Number 1602 Special Condition Aircraft installed with Primary Engine Instruments. Disposition Unless otherwise noted, refer to serial number 1663 for part identification of Engine Instruments. Unless otherwise noted, refer to serial number 1863 for part identification of Environmental Control System. Unless otherwise noted, refer to serial number 1663 for part identification of Engine Instruments.

Aircraft installed with Environmental Control System with factory installed Air Conditioning. 1644 Aircraft installed with Primary Engine Instruments.

1821

Aircraft installed with Environmental Unless otherwise noted, refer to serial Control System with factory installed fan. number 1863 for part identification of Environmental Control System. Aircraft installed with Environmental Control System with factory installed Air Conditioning. Unless otherwise noted, refer to serial number 1863 for part identification of Environmental Control System.

1840

2334

Aircraft installed with G3 Wing and asso- Unless otherwise noted, refer to serial number 2438 for part identification of ciated systems. systems affected by G3 Wing and ADL installations. Aircraft installed with Aircraft Data Logger (ADL) and associated systems. Aircraft installed with G3 Wing and asso- Unless otherwise noted, refer to serial number 2438 for part identification of ciated systems. systems affected by G3 Wing and ADL installations. Aircraft installed with Aircraft Data Logger (ADL) and associated systems.

2420

D. Avionics Configuration Airplane serial effectivities shown in a maintenance procedure or figure may be further limited by the airplane's avionics configuration. Cirrus Design offers the SR22 with the avionic options listed in the table below; therefore, the effectivity for a maintenance procedure or figure may also be limited by the installed avionics. Standard avionics suites are available in the following configurations:

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Serials 0002 and Subsequent: Configuration A Moving Map Display (Avidyne MFD) Two-Axis Autopilot (S-Tec System 30) Integrated Audio System with Intercom (Garmin GMA 340) Marker Beacon Receiver (Garmin GMA 340) Two IFR Approach-Certified GPS (Garmin GNS 430 and Garmin GNC 420) Two VHF Communications Transceivers (Garmin GNS 430 and Garmin GNC 420) Single Navigation (VOR/LOC/GS) Receiver (GNS 430) Mode C Transponder with Altitude Encoder (Garmin GTX 327) Horizontal Situation Indicator Course Deviation Indicator Configuration B Moving Map Display (Avidyne MFD) Two-Axis Autopilot (S-Tec System 55X) Integrated Audio System with Intercom (Garmin GMA 340) Marker Beacon Receiver (Garmin GMA 340) Two IFR Approach-Certified GPS (Garmin GNS 430) Two VHF Communications Transceivers (Garmin GNS 430) Two Navigation (VOR/LOC/GS) Receiver (GNS 430) Mode C Transponder with Altitude Encoder (Garmin GTX 327) Electronic Navigation Display (Sandel SN3308) Course Deviation Indicator Serials 0435 and Subsequent: Configuration PFD Moving Map Display (Avidyne MFD) Primary Flight Display (Avidyne PFD) Two-Axis Autopilot (S-Tec System 55X) Integrated Audio System with Intercom (Garmin GMA 340) Marker Beacon Receiver (Garmin GMA 340) Two IFR Approach-Certified GPS (Garmin GNS 430) Two VHF Communications Transceivers (Garmin GNS 430) Two Navigation (VOR/LOC/GS) Receiver (GNS 430) Mode C Transponder with Altitude Encoder (Garmin GTX 327)

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Serials 0656 thru 0685, 0687 thru 0717, 0730 thru 0768: Configuration Centennial Moving Map Display (Avidyne MFD) Primary Flight Display (Avidyne PFD) Two-Axis Autopilot (S-Tec System 55X) Integrated Audio System with Intercom (Garmin GMA 340) Marker Beacon Receiver (Garmin GMA 340) Two IFR Approach-Certified GPS (Garmin GNS 430) Two VHF Communications Transceivers (Garmin GNS 430) Two Navigation (VOR/LOC/GS) Receiver (GNS 430) Mode C Transponder with Altitude Encoder (Garmin GTX 327) Goodrich SkyWatch Goodrich Stormscope Avidyne EMax Engine Monitoring System Ice Protection System E. Optional Equipment Airplane serial effectivities shown in a maintenance procedure or figure may be further limited by optional equipment installed in the airplane. Cirrus Design offers the SR22 with the optional equipment listed in the table below; therefore, the effectivity for a maintenance procedure or figure may also be limited by the installed optional equipment. Optional Equipment Serials 0002 & Subsequent: Goodrich SkyWatch Serials 0002 & Subsequent: Goodrich Stormscope Serials 0002 & Subsequent: S-Tec System 55X Serials 0002 & Subsequent: Sandel SN3308 Electronic Navigation Display Serials 0142 & Subsequent: Avidyne EX5000C MFD Serials 0300 & Subsequent: Avidyne EMax Engine Monitoring System Serials 0334 & Subsequent: Ice Protection System Serials 0687 & Subsequent: McCauley Propeller Serials 0821 & Subsequent: Hartzell DF Propeller Serials 2044 & Subsequent: Hartzell Composite Propeller Serials 0821 & Subsequent: Garmin Mode S Transponder Serials 1036 & Subsequent: Honeywell Terrain Awareness and Warning System Serials 1104 & Subsequent: Avidyne XM Weather System Serials 1307 & Subsequent: Avidyne Flight Director Serials 1511 & Subsequent: XM Radio System Serials 1821, 1863 & Subsequent: Cabin Air Fan Assembly EFFECTIVITY: All

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Optional Equipment Serials 1602, 1840, 1863 & Subsequent: Air Conditioning System 5. REVISIONS This manual has been prepared in loose-leaf form for ease in inserting revisions. Tabbed dividers, throughout the manual, are in standard GAMA format and numbering and allow quick reference to data in each section. Logical and convenient Tables of Contents are located at the beginning of each chapter to aid in locating specific data within that chapter. Numbered revisions will be issued periodically. These revisions are printed on white paper and contain a revision instruction sheet to assist the user in filing the change. Upon receipt of a numbered revision, file it according to the provided instructions as soon as possible. Additionally, a record of filing must be made on the following Log of Revisions page. 6. REVISION BARS Changes to data in an existing section will be identified by a revision bar in the outer margin of the page. Change bars are used in figures to indicate changes. 7. TEMPORARY REVISIONS Temporary revisions are used to provide time sensitive information and changes as they become available. Temporary revisions provide, with the least possible delay, new information which assists in maintaining safe and efficient flight/ground operations.Temporary revisions are incorporated at the next regularly scheduled revision and become a permanent part of the Maintenance Manual. Upon receipt of a Temporary Revision, file the revision in the applicable chapter in accordance with filing instructions that appear on the Temporary Revision. Additionally, a record of filing the Temporary Revision must be made in the Log of Temporary Revisions for that AMM chapter. Typically, the Log Of Temporary Revisions for a chapter will be replaced by a blank log when a numbered revision for that chapter is issued. Temporary Revisions should be removed from this manual only when removal instructions are noted on the regular revision summary sheet or by instructions noted on a superseding Temporary Revision. 8. REVISION SERVICE AND GENERAL CONTACT INFORMATION Revision Service for this manual is available from Cirrus Technical Publications at the address below: Cirrus Design 4515 Taylor Circle Duluth, MN 55811 E-mail: [email protected] Phone: (218) 788-3000 Fax: (218) 788-3500 9. PUBLICATION CHANGE REQUEST FORM A Publication Change Request form can be found online at the following link: http://www.cirrusdesign.com/serviceandupgrades/serviceloopform Use the form to submit a Publications Change Request to our Engineering Department and/or to tell us what you think of the quality of the publication. We will use the data you provide us to improve the quality of our technical publications.

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