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FLIGHT COMPARTMENT- MAINTENANCE PRACTICES

1. General
A. This maintenance practices section gives the removal and installation for the crew seats, seat
rails, seat belts, and shoulder harnesses. The seat belt and shoulder harness components are
non-repairable field items. You must replace any component that does not operate correctly.
WARNING: If the airplane has AMSAFE inflatable restraints, do not do
maintenance on the crew seats, seat rails, seat belts, or shoulder
harnesses until you first look at and obey all applicable precautions
and instructions supplied in AMSAFE publications and this
maintenance manual. If you do not obey these instructions and safety
precautions, damage to equipment and harm to personnel can occur.
B. If your airplane has the AMSAFE inflatable restraint system, do not do maintenance on the seats
or the seat restraint system unless you first obey all applicable precautions and instructions in
the E508804 Supplemental Amsafe Maintenance Manual and this Maintenance Manual. Refer to
Inflatable Restraint System - Maintenance Practices.
2. Seat Removal/Installation
A. Seat Removal (Refer to Figure 201).
WARNING: If the airplane has AMSAFE inflatable restraints, do not remove
seats with the seat belts buckled or the EMA connected. Damage
can occur to the system and an accidental deployment of the
system can cause injury.
(1) Disarm the AMSAFE Inflatable Restraints. Refer to AMSAFE Inflatable Restraint Disarm/Arm.
(2) Remove the seat stops from the forward and aft of each seat track.
(3) Unlatch the seat from the seat track and move the seat forward on the seat track until the
forward roller clears the seat track.
(4) Move the seat aft on the seat track until the aft rollers clear the seat track.
(5) Remove the seat from the airplane.
B. Seat Installation (Refer to Figure 201).
(1) Set the aft roller of the seat in position on the seat track.
(2) Move the seat forward on the seat track until you can install the front roller on the seat track.
(3) Install the seat stops to the front and the rear of the seat track.
WARNING: Make sure the seat stops are set correctly. Incorrectly
installed seat stops can let the seat move during flight, with
the result of serious injury or death.
(4) Make sure the seat stops are installed correctly.
(5) Arm the AMSAFE Inflatable Restraints. Refer to AMSAFE Inflatable Restraint Disarm/Arm.
(6) Complete a test of the seat through the full range of motion to make sure of the correct
operation.
3. Shoulder Harness Guide Removal/Installation
NOTE: The removal/installation procedures are typical for the pilot and copilot seats.
A. Shoulder Harness Guide Removal (Refer to Figure 201).
(1) Move the seat in the full forward position.
(2) Put the seat back in the forward position.
CAUTION: Make sure you are careful when you lift up the upholstery so you do
not cause damage.

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(3) Lift the upholstery above the pocket on the seat back to get access to the headrest frame
and cotter pins.
(4) Remove the cotter pins from the headrest frame.
(5) Lift the headrest up and out of the seat back.
(6) Remove the shoulder harness guide.
(7) If you do not install a new shoulder harness guide, do the procedures that follow.
(a) Install the headrest into the seat back.
(b) Install new cotter pins in the headrest frame.
CAUTION: Make sure you are careful when you pull down the upholstery so
you do not damage it.
(c) Pull down the upholstery over the seat back.
(d) Move the seat aft and set the seat back in the vertical position.
B. Shoulder Harness Guide Installation (Refer to Figure 201).
(1) If the seat is not in the same position as it was when the shoulder harness guide was removed,
complete the procedures that follow.
NOTE: If the seat headrest is removed from the seat back, go on to the next step. You do
not have to complete this step.
(a) Move the seat in the full forward position.
(b) Put the seat backs in the forward position.
CAUTION: Make sure you are careful when you lift the upholstery so you do
not cause damage.
(c) Lift the upholstery above the pocket on the seat back to get access to the headrest frame
and cotter pins.
(d) Remove the cotter pins from the headrest frame.
(e) Lift the headrest up and out of the seat back.
(2) Install the shoulder harness guide on the headrest.
(3) Install the headrest with the shoulder harness guide into the seat back frame.
(4) Install new cotter pins in the headrest frame.
(5) Move the seat aft and set the seat back in the vertical position.
CAUTION: Make sure you are careful when you pull down the upholstery so you
do not cause damage.
(6) Pull down the upholstery over the seat back.
(7) Move the seat aft and set the seat back in the vertical position.
4. Seat Rail Removal/Installation
A. Seat Rail Removal (Refer to Figure 201).
(1) Remove the bolts that attach the seat rails to the fuselage.
B. Seat Rail Installation (Refer to Figure 201).
(1) Install the seat rails to the fuselage with bolts.
5. Shoulder Harness and Seat Belt Inspection
A. The shoulder harness and seat belt assembly must be inspected in accordance with the time
intervals in Chapter 5, Inspection Time Limits. The shoulder harness and seat belt assemblies have
a time life associated with them. Refer to Chapter 5, Component Time Life for these limits.
6. Crew Shoulder Harness and Seat Belt Removal/Installation
NOTE: The removal and installation of the shoulder harness and seat belt assembly are typical.
A. Shoulder Harness and Seat Belt Assembly Removal (Refer to Figure 202).

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(1) If necessary, disconnect the AMSAFE components as follows (refer to the applicable Warnings
and steps in Inflatable Restraint System Maintenance Practices, Inflatable Restraint System
Removal/Installation):
(a) Disarm the AMSAFE inflatable restraints.
(b) Disconnect the squib connector from the inflator assembly.
(c) Disconnect the gas hose from the inflator assembly.
(2) Remove the access covers (if installed) to get access to the attached hardware.
(3) Remove the nuts, bolts, washers, and spacers that attach the shoulder harness and seat belt
assembly to the fuselage and to the seats.
(4) Remove the shoulder harness and seat belt assembly from the airplane.
B. Shoulder Harness and Seat Belt Assembly Installation (Refer to Figure 202).
(1) Install the shoulder harness to the fuselage and/or the seat belt assembly to the seat.
(a) Make sure the spacers (if installed) are in the correct position.
(2) Install the access covers (if equipped).
(3) If necessary, connect the AMSAFE components as follows (refer to the applicable Warnings
and steps in Inflatable Restraint System Maintenance Practices, Inflatable Restraint System
Removal/Installation):
(a) Connect the gas hose to the inflator assembly.
(b) Attach the squib connector to the inflator assembly.
(c) Arm the AMSAFE inflatable restraints.
(4) Complete a check of the system for the correct installation and operation.
7. Map Compartment Removal/Installation
A. Map Compartment Removal (Refer to Figure 203).
(1) Remove the interior screws that attach the map compartment to the instrument panel.
(2) Pull out the map compartment from the instrument panel.
B. Map Compartment Installation (Refer to Figure 203).
(1) Put the map compartment in the instrument panel.
(2) Attach the map compartment to the instrument panel with the screws.

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Figure 201. Seat Installation

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Figure 202. Seat Belts and Restraints Installation

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Figure 203. Map Compartment Installation

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