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Lmaire

Unable to start engine

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Hi,

 

After installing version 1,8, i'm unable to start engine. Battery lights don't turn on when i turn battery switches on. I use same starting procedure that i used with previous version (without any problem) but now nothing. Any idea? Thanks.

 

Real

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Posted (edited)
20 hours ago, Lmaire said:

Hi,

 

After installing version 1,8, i'm unable to start engine. Battery lights don't turn on when i turn battery switches on. I use same starting procedure that i used with previous version (without any problem) but now nothing. Any idea? Thanks.

 

Real

Try first loading a default aircraft with the engines running, and then switch to the Falcon. If you are using P3dv4 I would suggest using the F-35 as your start up aircraft.

If that doesn't help, I would next try uninstalling and reinstalling the Falcon.

Al

Edited by ark

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I've finally uninstalled and reinstalled it. It works ok now. Thanks

 

Real

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I just installed the plane from a new purchase and have this issue.  My default P3D v4 flight is the Mooney retro with everything running.  I turned all the switches off (to Cold n dark), then loaded the Falcon...  everything is cold and dark.  I've followed the manual for a engine start with GPU and nothing happens when I hold the starter down.

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1 hour ago, ryanbatcund said:

I just installed the plane from a new purchase and have this issue.  My default P3D v4 flight is the Mooney retro with everything running.  I turned all the switches off (to Cold n dark), then loaded the Falcon...  everything is cold and dark.  I've followed the manual for a engine start with GPU and nothing happens when I hold the starter down.

If you are not seeing any movement on the N2 gauges after the starter buttons are pushed, check if you have the C and D buses connected -- left and right rotary switches vertical. They need to be connected to the A and B buses to power the N2 gauges.

Looks like having the C and D buses connected needs to be added to the start instructions in the manual.

Al

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