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How to shut down the bombardier learjet ?

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lionlicker First Officer

Hi 😀 - hav'nt been on this forum for a while - good to see it still going strong.

Does anybody know how to shut down the turbines in the Lear 45 ?

In practicing my flame out scenarios, I have to go into the fuel page (Alt F A) and remove all fuel out of the tanks - and let the engines konk out 😛 .

Is there a proper way to do it?

Thanks 🙄

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Ed Reagle (edr1073) First Officer

I have wandered the samething? You can take the throttles down a bit but you can't shutdown the turbines. Let me know if you get the anserw please.

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Bob (Traches) First Officer

My FSX installation is a bit messed up right now, but I know if you set the mixture to idle/cutoff it'll kill them... you can either map an axis to mixture and pull it all the way back or hit Ctrl+Shift+F1

It's not entirely realistic though, as there should be a fuel cutoff switch in a jet and not a mixture setting.

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Mohit (Mc_GaNgStA) First Officer

There should be a fuel cut-off lever on the throttle quadrant. It tends to be just below the throttle.

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lionlicker First Officer

Yes - you are right! - CTRL SHIFT F1 does shut off the fuel and the engines spool down. THANK YOU

CTRL SHIFT F4 turns the fuel back on and you can initiate start up again.

Thats great

There is no visible cue on the panels to indicate the status of the fuel switch - so you could get confused - but at least you can switch it.

Mr.Halifax Guest

For me to shutoff engines, I do ctrl+shift+F1 while FN is on that works for me

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