STARTING ENGINES PILOT (CONT)
Return of ECS airflow is positive indication
of starter dropout and should occur between
52 to 58% NG speed. The engine start light
must remain illuminated until 52% NG and
will normally extinguish prior to reaching
60% NG (but not necessarily simultaneously
with the return of ECS airflow).
g. Starter dropout Verify engine start
*h. Idle speed check Verify time to
idle is within limits of figure 5-1.
upon completion of engine starting.
i. Engine instruments Check.
WARM ENGINE START. Less
than 4 hours since last shutdown.
Do not use this procedure for
inflight restarts. Start procedures
are as follows:
(1) START switch IGN OVRD
until NG reaches 18 - 20%.
(2) START switch OFF. Allow NG
to spool down below 5%.
(3) START switch START.
(4) PWR lever IDLE after NG
speed increases and TGT is
below 80 C.