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ILLUSTRATED PARTS CATALOG
CIRRUS DESIGN SR20
CIRRUS DESIGN INCORPORATED
4515 Taylor Circle
Duluth, MN 55811
FAA APPROVAL HAS BEEN OBTAINED ON THE TECHNICAL DATA IN THIS PUBLICATION THAT AFFECTS AIRPLANE TYPE DESIGN.
COPYRIGHT 2000 CIRRUS DESIGN CORPORATION DULUTH, MINNESOTA, USA
ISSUED JUNE, 2000
Log of Revisions
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Log of Temporary Revisions
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This Illustrated Parts Catalog (IPC) has been prepared by Cirrus Design Corporation as an aid to operators
and mechanics in identifying and procuring replacement parts for the Cirrus Design SR20 airplane. Information in this catalog covers the airplane and its options as delivered from the factory or as modified by
Cirrus Design Service Bulletins. Information contained within this catalog does not authorize or provide
authority to perform airplane modifications.
This manual has been prepared in loose-leaf form for ease in inserting revisions. Tabbed dividers, throughout the manual, are in standard GAMA format and numbering and allow quick reference to data in each
section. Logical and convenient Tables of Contents are located at the beginning of each chapter to aid in
locating specific data within that chapter.
Numbered revisions will be issued periodically. These revisions are printed on white paper and contain a
revision instruction sheet to assist the user in filing the change. Upon receipt of a numbered revision, file it
according to the provided instructions as soon as possible. Additionally, a record of filing must be made on
the Log of Revisions page in the front matter of the IPC.
3. TEMPORARY REVISIONS
Temporary revisions are used to provide time sensitive information and changes as they become available.
Temporary revisions provide, with the least possible delay, new information which assists in maintaining
safe and efficient flight/ground operations.Temporary revisions are incorporated at the next regularly
scheduled revision and become a permanent part of the manual.
Upon receipt of a Temporary Revision, file the revision in the applicable chapter in accordance with filing
instructions that appear on the Temporary Revision. Additionally, a record of filing the Temporary Revision
must be made in the Log of Temporary Revisions just behind the Log of Revisions in the front matter of the
IPC. Typically, the Log of Temporary Revisions will be replaced by a blank log when a numbered revision is
Temporary Revisions should be removed from this manual only when removal instructions are noted on the
regular revision summary sheet or by instructions noted on a superseding Temporary Revision.
4. REVISION BARS
Changes to data in an existing section will be identified by a revision bar in the outer margin of the page.
Pointing hands and change bars may be used in figures to indicate changes.
5. REVISION SERVICE
Revision Service for this manual is available from Cirrus Design Customer Support at the address below:
4515 Taylor Circle
Duluth, MN 55811
Phone: 218 727-2737
Fax: 218 727-2148
6. LEVEL OF COVERAGE
The parts lists in this IPC contain all parts comprising this airplane except those parts that are attached by
bonding, welding, or riveting. Bonded, welded, and riveted parts are included when the part is considered
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The level of detail (breakdown) covered is to the Line Replaceable Unit (LRU) level.That is, coverage and
breakdown in this IPC includes removal of components from the airplane but does not include bench disassembly of the components. Disassembly, inspection, test, and reassembly of components on a bench is
beyond the scope of this manual and, where necessary, will be covered in appropriate overhaul manuals.
7. ILLUSTRATED PARTS CATALOG NUMBERING SYSTEM
The content of this catalog is arranged and presented in the same Aircraft Group, Chapter, and Section
arrangement as appears in the Airplane Maintenance Manual (AMM). Therefore, the user can usually
expect to find coverage of items in the AMM in the same Chapter/Section of the IPC.
The numbering system employed in this catalog is composed of a six-digit number containing three elements. Each element consists of two digits as shown in the following example.
The following abbreviations have been used throughout this catalog:
ALT - Alternate
AR - As Required
ASSY - Assembly
BHD - Bulkhead
BL - Buttock Line
DET - Detail
EXHTD - Exhausted
FUS STA - Fuselage Station
FWD - Forward
LH - Left hand
NHA - Next Higher Assy
NP - Not Procurable
P/N - Part Number
REF or RF- Reference
RH - Right Hand
WS - Wing Station
9. ASSEMBLY ORDER
The relationship of component parts in an installation or assembly may be determined by the degree of
indenture in the nomenclature column as indicated below:
123 4 5678
• Detail parts for Installation
• Attaching Parts for Assembly
• • Detail Parts for Assembly
• • Sub Assembly
• • Attaching Parts for Sub Assembly
• • •Detail Parts for Sub Assembly
Attaching parts for an assembly or component are shown at the same level of indenture as the assembly or
component they attach and are distinguished from other items by an “A” immediately preceding the
description of the assembly or component in the nomenclature column.
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Airplane effectivity is indicated in the effectivity column. Effectivity is given by airplane serial in start – stop
order. For example, an effectivity listing of “1005 1119” indicates that the part or assembly is effective for
airplane serial number 1005 through airplane serial 1119. A blank (“ “) ending effectivity is the equivalent
of saying “and subsequent.”
In the event that an effectivity is split, i.e., not sequential, the effectivity will consist of one or more effectivity
lines. For example, the effectivity
indicates that the part was installed on airplane serial 1005 through 1010, skipped serial 1011, and was
also installed on airplane serials 1012 and subsequent.
When part effectivities are conditional to modifications, such as service bulletins, performed
on the airplane, the airplane logbook should be checked to determine the proper replacement parts.
11. NOTES AFFECTING EFFECTIVITY
Service Bulletins - Installation of service bulletins are shown by notations in the nomenclature column.
The term "Before SB 20-xx-xx" in the nomenclature column indicates that the part effectivity is as written in
the effectivity column unless SB 20-xx-xx was installed. The term "After SB 20-xx-xx" in the nomenclature
column indicates that the part effectivity is as written in the effectivity column when the airplane has been
modified in accordance with SB20-xx-xx.
Spares Notes - Spares notes in the nomenclature column may redirect the user to a part that was not
installed at original manufacture for a replacement part. These notes will usually state, "FOR SPARES
USE P/N 12345-xxx" or "WHEN EXHTD USE 12345-xxx." The "FOR SPARES …" note requires that the
noted part be used as a replacement for the original part. The "WHEN EXHTD …" note allows use of the
noted part when stock of the original part is exhausted.
Alternate Parts - Alternate parts are those parts that may be used in place of another part. Where alternate parts are listed, the term “ALTERNATE FOR …” will appear in the nomenclature column. Normally,
the next item listed will be the alternate part and it will have an “ALTERNATE FOR …” notation referencing
the first part. Alternate parts have identical serial effectivities.
Symbol Notes - Airplane serial effectivities shown in the effectivity column may be further limited by symbol notes. A symbol note is indicated by a symbol character on the extreme right of the part number column. The note corresponding to the symbol appears immediately after the figure listing. Symbol notes may
require that additional data be supplied when a part is ordered, may indicate that there are configuration
differences, may indicate that the part listed is a bulk item and a quantity must be specified, or may state
any additional data about the part or component in the listing.
12. IDENTICAL PARTS: LEFT-AND RIGHT-HAND ASSEMBLIES
If two or more assemblies are made of a majority of identical parts, or the assemblies are mirror (reversed)
images, as in the case of left-hand and right-hand parts, they are listed together in the nomenclature column. The detailed parts of each assembly are combined and listed together. All detail (indented) parts
common to both assemblies are listed once with each part having a single item number. Parts not common
to both assembles are noted “LH” or “RH” or other appropriate differentiating term. The quantity of parts
listed in the “UNITS PER ASSEMBLY” is for one assembly only.
13. VENDOR SUPPLIED PARTS
Vendor or commercially supplied parts are listed in this IPC. Where vendor or commercially supplied parts
are listed, the manufacturer’s part number is listed in the part number column. A statement giving the cor12138-001
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