IX. Emergency Operations
C. Systems and Equipment Malfunctions
References FAA-H-8083-2, FAA-H-8083-3, POH/AFM
Objective To determine that the applicant exhibits satisfactory knowledge, risk management, and skills associated with system and equipment malfunctions appropriate to the airplane provided for the practical test and analyzing the situation and take appropriate action for simulated emergencies
The applicant demonstrates understanding of
K1 Partial or complete power loss related to the specific powerplant, including:  
K1a a: Engine roughness or overheat  
K1b b: Carburetor or induction icing  
K1c c: Loss of oil pressure  
K1d d: Fuel starvation  
K2 System and equipment malfunctions specific to the airplane, including:  
K2a a: Electrical malfunction  
K2b b: Vacuum/pressure and associated flight instrument malfunctions  
K2c c: Pitot/static system malfunction  
K2d d: electronic flight deck display malfunction  
K2e e: landing gear or flap malfunction  
K2f f: Inoperative trim  
K3 Smoke fire/engine compartment fire  
K4 Any other system specific to the airplane (e.g., supplemental oxygen, deicing)  
K5 Inadvertent door or window opening  
The Applicant demonstrates the ability to identify, assess and mitigate risks encompassing:
R1 Failure to use the proper checklist for a system or equipment malfunction  
R2 Distractions, loss of situational awareness, or improper task management  
The applicant demonstrates the ability to:
S1 Describe appropriate action for simulated emergencies specified by the evaluator, from at least three of the elements or sub-elements listed in K1-K5 above  
S2 Complete the appropriate checklist