AD 67-31-04 Glove Box Removal
November 29, 1967
To prevent loss of longitudinal control, in a small number of 150G and 150H airplanes, (Serial Numbers 15064533 through 15067891), the glove compartment had to be removed from the aircraft prior to further flight.
After it was removed, the glove compartment could be modified and reinstalled, if the modification was approved by the Chief, Engineering and Manufacturing Branch, Federal Aviation Administration, Central Region, before it was reinstalled in the aircraft.
67-31-04 CESSNA: Amdt. 39-516, Part 39, Federal Register November 29, 1967. Applies to Models 150G and 150H Airplanes, Serial Numbers 15064533 through 15067891.
To prevent loss of longitudinal control, unless already accomplished, prior to further flight, remove the glove compartment from the aircraft.
If after it is removed the glove compartment is modified, the modification must be approved by the Chief, Engineering and Manufacturing Branch, Federal Aviation Administration, Central Region, before it is reinstalled in the aircraft and the aircraft returned to service.
This amendment effective November 29, 1967, for all persons except those to whom it was made effective by air mail letter dated November 17, 1967