PAC STARTING AND OPERATING PROCEDURES - Continued
To prevent starter motor damage, do not attempt to start the engine for more than 10
seconds continuously. If the engine does not start within 10 seconds, wait at least 1 minute
to allow starter motor to cool before starting again. Failure to comply may result in damage
Extended engine starter engaging will result in starter drop-out and generate a
starter engagement time fault.
After starting, engine accelerates to 1,600 rpm during warm up. Discharge air
pressure is 60 psi (414 kPa) during warm up. After warm up, engine maintains
1,200 rpm at idle.
Turn main power control switch (Figure 4, Item 1) to ENGINE START position and start engine.
Release main power control switch (Figure 4, Item 1) after engine startup.
Allow engine to warm up for 3 minutes.
Push PRESSURE CONTROL switch (Figure 5, Item 2) to build up air pressure to 350-400 psi
(2,413-2,758 kPa) on DISCHARGE AIR PRESSURE gauge (Figure 5, Item 1).
Pressure Control Switch.
Rotate handle (Figure 6, Item 2) on air service valve (Figure 6, Item 1) to Open position to supply