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1.  What engine is used in the T-33A?  

2.  What is the rated thrust of the engine?
^[[4600# dry 5400@ with water alcohol]]

3.  Why should the emergency fuel switch be turned "OFF" above 5,000'?
^[[Automatic switch over above 5000' could cause overheating & overspeeding.  Better to flame-out.]]

4.  Where are the emergency fuel system indicator lights and what do they indicated to the pilot when:
^[[Left inst. panel]]
a.  Red light is ON, green and amber OFF?
^[[Gear not up & locked, T.O. & Land OFF.]]
b.  Red light is OFF, green and amber ON?
^[[T.O. & Land ON & operating on emergency system.]]
c.  Red and amber OFF, green ON?
^[[T.O. & Land ON & operating on Normal system.]]
d.  All lights OFF?
^[[Gear up & locked, T.O. & Ld OFF.]]
e.  All lights ON?
^[[Emergency fuel check-out.]]

5.  How do you get ignition for a ground start?  Air start?
^[[Ignition SW - power fr APU
Air start ignition sw - power fr. battery]]

6.  At what rpm should the starter and ignition disengage?

7.  What is the oil capacity needed for normal operation?
^[[12 qts]]

8.  Where and how may the oil level be checked?
^[[Check bayonet gauge on right side of accessory drive gear casing]]

9.  What is the total usable fuel capacity of the T-33?
a.  What is the usable fuel capacity of the following:
Centerline tip tanks: ^[[460]]
Leading edge tanks: ^[[104]]
Main wing tanks: ^[[154]]
Fuselage tanks: ^[[95]]

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