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Old 06-14-11, 04:12 PM
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Unhappy need part no. HELP

Anyone know the pn. for the AN union that brings pressurized fuel pressure to the fuel flow gauge on the FWD bulkhead? I can't find it in my MM or PM. Only similar part I could find was for the oil pressure and it's just a standard AN832-4 fitting... I'm told that the one for the fuel has a metered orifice and I can't seem to nail down the pn...

your help here is appreciated


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Old 06-15-11, 04:13 PM
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I think it's S2289-3 fig. 109 item 21
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Old 06-15-11, 05:43 PM
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Working with Kim's information, I came up with something different.

For 73-76 models, the applicable figure is indeed 109, but my IPC doesn't show part 21 as S2289-3 (the S means it's a standard part made for many aircraft, not just Cessna). Instead, for those model years, it shows 1450024-1, which would make sense if it's a Cessna part with a metered orifice.

For your model, the 70-72 IPC has this as Figure 134, shown below. I've put the part numbers at the top right of the figure, and part 21 is also 1450024-1.

Kim (who I was fortunate enough to meet at our first Skymaster Fly-In at a Bahamian out-island in 2002) knows far more than me and it's my go-to guy when I'm having technical problems, so his answer -- not mine -- may be the right one.

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Old 06-15-11, 07:56 PM
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Ernie is right the P/N is or was 1450024-1 but my book for a 78has WEU S2298-3.
The WEU means "when exhausted use"
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thanks for the help fellas... I got a new used one and all is good.
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