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Old 12-03-2019, 06:15 PM
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Default RV-12iS Mandatory Safety Directive SD 19-12-03 (supersedes SB 19-10-11)

RV-12iS Safety Directive SD 19-12-03 was published this afternoon by Van's Aircraft. This document directs owners to newly-updated Rotax documentation covering mandatory replacement of affected fuel pumps on certain Rotax 912 iS aircraft engines.

Note that this Safety Directive refers to the same Rotax 912 iS electric fuel pump issue as, and supersedes, previously-published Van's Service Bulletin SB 19-10-11.

As was indicated in the Service Bulletin, compliance per Rotax is required and must take place before further flight on affected aircraft.

Link: https://www.vansaircraft.com/service...s/sd-19-12-03/
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