AD 80-06-03 Wing Flap Cable Clamp
April 21, 1980
For ’77 “M’s and A150M’s, ’78 – ’79 152s, one ’74 A152, and ’78 – ’79 A152s.
To assure continued structural integrity of the wing flap direct cable, just install this new Flap Follow-up Cable Clamp.
80-06-03 CESSNA: Amendment 39-3713. Applies to the following models and serial number airplanes certificated in all categories:
|150M||15078506 through 15079405|
|A150M||A1500685 through A1500734|
|152||15279406 through 15283354|
|A152||A1500433, A1520735 through A1520867|
|172N||17261445, 17267585 through 17272447|
|R172K||R1722000 through R1723127|
COMPLIANCE: Required as indicated unless already accomplished.
To assure continued structural integrity of the wing flap direct cable, thereby preventing possible sudden unexpected retraction of the left wing flap accomplish the following:
A) Prior to or upon accumulation of 1000 hours time-in-service for airplanes with less than 900 hours time-in-service on the effective date of this AD or within the next 100 hours time-in-service after the effective date of this AD for airplanes having 900 hours or more time-in-service on the effective date of this AD:
Install a new Cessna Part Number 0560037-1 flap follow-up cable clamp and associated hardware in accordance with instructions in Cessna Single Engine Customer Care Service Information Letters SE79-16 and SE79-16 (Supplement #1) and Cessna Service Kit SK172-60A dated May 3, 1979.
B) A special flight permit, in accordance with FAR 21.197, is permitted for the purpose of moving affected airplanes to a location where the modification required by this AD can be accomplished.
C) Any equivalent means of compliance with this AD must be approved by the Chief, Engineering and Manufacturing District Office #43, Wichita, Kansas, Telephone (316) 942-4219.
This amendment becomes effective April 21, 1980.