Boeing 737-300/400/500

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BOEING 737-300/400/500
Control Cables Rigging

It is necessary to test the cycle of the control cables of a system after the replacement of the cable.

I. Adjust the Control Cables II. Tighten the control cable of the system to two times the usual tension. III. Adjust the cable system.
(Use the table below for the number of test cycles that are necessary for a system) Cable System | Number or Test Cycles At Twice Working Tension | Aileron | 20 | Elevator | 25 | Rudder | 25 |

Tools Related - General

Aileron | * Dial Indicator - Accurate to 0.001 inch * Spring Force Scale, Push Type - Capable of 5 +/- 0.2 pounds * Mounting Device (to hold the dial indicator) | Rudder | * Dial Indicator - 0.001 inch accuracy (Commercially available) * Push/Pull Scale - 0 to 25 lb capacity, 1/4 lb accuracy (commercially available) * Mounting Device (to hold the dial indicator) * Loading Block, 1/8 inch thick, 3 inches by 3 inches wood or fibreglass block with pad to prevent damage to the skin | Elevator | * Dial Indicator - Accurate to 0.001 inch * Spring Force Scale, Push Type - Capable of 15.0 +/-0.2 pounds * Mounting Device (to hold the dial indicator against the elevator tab) |

Special Tools and Equipment

Aileron Tab Alignment Protractor * to identify the aileron tab neutral position and movement

Elevator Index Plate Rigging Beam * to install or adjust the elevator index plates

RIGGING PROCEDURE

Aileron

Special Tools and Equipment

* Aileron Tab Alignment Protractor * Straightedge * Rigging Pin Kit

References

* MANUAL CONTROL - MAINTENANCE PRACTICES (APPLY POWER) * AILERON AND AILERON TRIM CONTROL SYSTEM – MAINTENANCE PRACTICES * AIRCRAFT ILLUSTRATED PART CATALOG * OVERHAUL MANUAL

Rigging Procedure on Aileron Control System

1) Pressurize the hydraulic…...

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