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Cessna 182 ChecklistPREFLIGHTCABINReview Aircraft Maintenance Status SheetParking BrakeOffControl LockRemoveCertificates, POH, & Wt & BalCheckAvionicsAll OffE.L.T.Check OffBattery SwitchOnFuel IndicatorsCheckLightsCheckFlapsDownAll SwitchesOffLEFT WINGFuel SumpFlapAileronWing TipPosition LightsLeading EdgeFuel VentStall WarningPitot TubeFuel TankTire, Gear, Brake Pads, & rCheck QuantityCheck

NOSEStatic PortWindshieldEngine Intake Air FilterProp and SpinnerNose Gear and TireLanding LightEngine CompartmentEngine CowlingOil Level (Max 12 Qts)Fuel in. 9 QtsPull 2-3 secondsRIGHT WINGFuel TankTire, Gear, and Brake LinesLeading EdgeWing TipPosition LightAileronFlapFuel SumpCheck AGEVertical StabilizerHorizontal StabilizerElevatorTrim TabRudderBeacon/Position LightsBaggage ve

Passenger BriefPIC DutyPositive Exchange of ControlsEmergency ProceduresFire Extinguisher/ELT OperationSeatbelts/Door OperationScanning For TrafficSterile CockpitAny Questions?STARTSeatsLockedSeat Belts & Shoulder HarnessesFastenedDoors/WindowsSecureBrakesSetFuel SelectorBothCowl FlapsOpenMixtureRichCarb HeatColdThrottleOpen FullPrime (Hot/Plugged In): 1, Cold 2-3)Throttle1/4" OpenBattery/Alternator SwitchOnLights (Nav ON @ Night Only)Beacon ONProp Area(Look & Yell)ClearMagnetosSTARTOil PressureGreen w/in 30 secThrottle1000 RPMFlapsUpMixture(Max Lean)Lean for TaxiEngine InstrumentsCheckAvionics MasterOnTransponder (1200 VFR)Code & STBYHeading IndicatorSet to CompassArtificial HorizonSet Level AttitudeAltimeter (Listen to Atis)Set Baro

BEFORE TAKEOFF(In the Run-UP Area)BrakesRadios (Change To Tower)Flight InstrumentsEngine InstrumentsFlight ControlsElevator TrimMixturePrimerThrottlePropeller GovernorSuctionCarb Heat (50-100 rpm drop)Magnetos (125 rpm max)AmmeterThrottle (Idle - Verify Running)Throttle Friction LockLightsTransponderDeparture BriefSetSetCheckCheckFree and CorrectNeutralFull RichIn And Locked1,700 RPMCycle - 1200 RPM4.6-5.4" HgCheck DropCheck Drops0 or Positive1000 RPMAs DesiredLdg & Strobes ONALTReviewCRUISEFlapsPower(2300 RPM - 21" MP)Mixture (Max Lean)Cowl FlapsLightsFuel LevelEngine InstrumentsAirspeedsVso 45Va 111Vr 50Best Glide 70Max CrosswindUpSet For CruiseLeanClosedLdg OFFMonitorMonitor(Knots)Vs1 48Vfe 140 - 10Vno 143Vne 179Vx 54Vy 78Final Apr 65-7015 Kts Normal Climb 85-95

BEFORE LANDINGDestination WX (Atis or Awos)Arival Area Information10 Mile Radio CallFuel SelectorMixturePrimerLightsDecent PowerTraffic Pattern Altitude @ 3SMCarb Heat (Below 15"MP)Flaps (In The Traffic Pattern)Propeller Full ForwardObtainBriefTower/CTAFBothFull RichIn And LockedLdg ON17" MP800'-1,000' AGLOnAs NeededOn FinalAFTER LANDINGCowl FlapsFlapsMixture(Max Lean)Carb HeatLightsElevator TrimTransponderOpenUpLeanOffLdg OffNeutralSTBYSHUTDOWNAvionics ol LockHobbs and Tach TimesChocks/TiedownsCLOSE YOUR FLIGHT PLANOffAll OffIdle CutoffOffOffInsertRecordSecureDone

EMERGENCIESENGINE FIRE ON GROUNDStarterMixtureThrottleMagnetosKeep TurningIdle CutoffFull OpenOffENGINE FIRE IN FLIGHTThrottleBegin Emergency DescentCabin HeatLand As Soon As PracticableIdle140 KtsOffENGINE FAILURE IN FLIGHTBest GlideEmergency Landing SpotFuel SelectorMixtureCarb HeatThrottlePrimerMagnetos70 KtsProceedOnRichOnAdjustIn And LockedCycleIF ENGINE DOES NOT STARTTransponderEmergency Radio CallFuel SelectorMixtureThrottleMagnetosSeat Belts/Shoulder HarnessesDoorsFlapsBattery & Alternator7700121.5OffIdle CutoffClosedOffFastenedUnlatchedDownOff

Certificates, POH, & Wt & Bal Check Avionics All Off E.L.T. Check Off Battery Switch On Fuel Indicators Check Lights Check Flaps Down All Switches Off LEFT WING Fuel Sump Strain . Cessna 182 Checklist. NOSE Static Port Clear Windshield Check Engine Intake Air Filter Clear Prop and Spinner Check Nose Gear and Tire Check

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