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Introduction

This guide will show you the steps necessary to remove the capacitor in the Bendix Magneto. A worn out capacitor can cause an excessive RPM drop on the left or right aircraft magneto.

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  1. Use the #2 Flathead screwdriver to remove the five screws on the body of the magneto.
    • Use the #2 Flathead screwdriver to remove the five screws on the body of the magneto.

  2. Locate the two screws on the back of the magneto that holds the capacitor in place.
    • Locate the two screws on the back of the magneto that holds the capacitor in place.

  3. Use the #2 Flathead screwdriver to remove the two screws.
    • Use the #2 Flathead screwdriver to remove the two screws.

  4. Remove the Capacitor and replace it.
    • Remove the Capacitor and replace it.

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