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Cessna Service Bulletin SEB07-11 Rev 1

December 17, 2007

Carburetor Throttle Body Screw Inspection

Revision 1:  Removes models R182, T182, TR182, & FR182 from the effectivity section.

Purpose:  To transmit Lycoming Mandatory Service Bulletin No. 366A; Carburetor Throttle Body Screw Inspection.  According to Lycoming, instances have been reported of leakage through the gasket between the bowl assembly and throttle body of the carburetor, evidenced by fuel stains in the area of the leak.  Leakage of this type is accompanied by loose screws that attach the bowl and throttle body. 

NOTE:  This SB will effect CAP older (prior to 1997) Lycoming powered a/c.  See SB for applicable serial numbers. 

Compliance:  Mandatory; shall be accomplished within the next 50 hours of engine operation and at each 100 hours of engine operation, thereafter, or anytime fuel stains are evident as stated in Lycoming Mandatory SB N. 366A (or latest revision)

NOTE:  Service Bulletins considered mandatory, by the CAP Service Bulletin Committee, and Service Bulletins marked mandatory by the manufacturer, with a credit date, will be posted on this page and distributed to the appropriate Wings.

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