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Illustrated technical information covering Vol 2 Over 800 multi-choice systems questions Study notes and technical information Close up photos of internal and external components A compilation of links to major 737 news stories with a downloadable archive Illustrated history and description of all variants of 737 Detailed tech specs of every series of 737 Databases and reports of all the major 737 accidents & incidents General flightdeck views of each generation of 737's Description & news reports of Advanced Blended Winglets Press reports of orders and deliveries A collection of my favourite photographs that I have taken of or from the 737 Details about 737 production methods A compilation of links to other sites with useful 737 content Get the book of the website A quick concise overview of the pages on this site

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Check lines for condition and leaks. The line to the left is the power for the taxi light, the line behind is for the downlock sensors.

The red pendant is attached to the steering bypass pin and should be fitted by the groundcrew with the tow bar for pushback. The system A hydraulic pumps should remain OFF until this has been confirmed either visually on the walkaround or over the interphone.

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The NG's have a lever on the front of the nose gear which is pulled up to insert the steering bypass pin. With age these levers are not returning to the vertical after the bypass pin is removed after pushback. The first you will know about it is when you find you do not have any nosewheel steering !!!

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*** Updated 16 Sep 2016 ***

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