The cannon plug referred to is found only on the single Comanche models from serial number 2202 and forward; and all 400 Comanches. 180 - 250 cannon plug service 260 cannon plug service 400 cannon plug service is similar to the 180 - 250 Typical 260 cannon plug assembly as received [...]
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Engine Compartment Cannon Plug Comanche singles from S/N 24-2202 forward, and all 400 Comanche Re-wire the engine compartment side of the cannon plug at the firewall with Tefzel® MIL-W-22759 and Tefzel® shielded wire MIL-C-27500. The wires are properly marked for circuit identification with the Kingsley® equipment just as done at the Piper factory and soldered [...]
Engine Compartment Cannon Plug All 260 Comanches Plan ahead for your firewall-forward project or upgrade, a great addition at engine change or restoration. Re-wire the engine compartment cannon plug from the firewall forward with Tefzel® MIL-W-22759 and Tefzel® shielded wire MIL-C-27500. The wires are properly marked for circuit identification with the Kingsley equipment just as [...]
This 250 is Pierre Schmit's from Switzerland. Pierre has the baffles, wiring harnesses, cannon plug, and gear indicator light kits. Darned if I can remember the details of where this photo was taken. I promised Pierre that I would put this photo on my website a very long time ago.
This page is simply contains some hints and encouragement for you when the opportunity arises to tackle the firewall refurbishment. This opportunity typically arises when the engine is removed, take advantage of that time. From personal experience the Koolmat product was the best temperature amelioration and sound-reducer improvement I have performed. I've tried thick windows, and super sound-proofing, however I've not had the opportunity [...]
Adjustment suggestion - down-lock limit switches. I would bet that this down-lock switch adjustment procedure is not well understood; a slight misadjusting here will allow the gear to be un-safe, i.e. not "down and locked" over center. I have encountered this misadjusted condition even on new harness installations; it can lead to a "gear collapse". I wish for all [...]