Thu, Dec 22, 2011
AD NUMBER: 2011-26-04
SUBJECT: Airworthiness Directive 2011-26-04
ACTION: Final Rule
SUMMARY: The FAA is superseding an existing
airworthiness directive (AD) for certain fuel injected
reciprocating engines manufactured by Lycoming Engines.
That AD currently requires inspection, replacement if necessary,
and proper clamping of externally mounted fuel injector fuel lines.
That AD also states that it is not applicable to engines that have
a Maintenance and Overhaul Manual with an Airworthiness Limitations
Section that requires inspection and replacement, if necessary, of
externally mounted fuel injector lines.
This new AD requires the same actions. This AD was prompted by
Lycoming Engines revising their Mandatory Service Bulletin (MSB) to
add engine models requiring inspections. The FAA is issuing this AD
to prevent failure of the fuel injector fuel lines that would allow
fuel to spray into the engine compartment, resulting in an engine
DATES: This AD is effective January 25,
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