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    "Pull Up" and "Terrain! Terrain" warnings on Approach

    My approaches are clean , right on the money, but lately I am getting these warnings for no reason at every airport. Even happens with Autoland in clear weather. How do I fix this?? Very annoying. (Just installed TSS GE , don't know if that matters.)

    Thank you in advance, everyone is usually very helpful here.

    Kplastique
    Ken Rose

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    Originally posted by kplastique View Post
    My approaches are clean , right on the money, but lately I am getting these warnings for no reason at every airport. Even happens with Autoland in clear weather. How do I fix this?? Very annoying. (Just installed TSS GE , don't know if that matters.)

    Thank you in advance, everyone is usually very helpful here.

    Kplastique
    Hi Ken,

    Two things to try:
    1) download and run makerunways.exe. See 747 Introduction document page 0.00.49.

    2) Delete the file ... FSX [or P3D]\PMDG\NavData\ARPT_RWY.dat
    Back it up first if you want. Although it is in the navdata folder, it is not part of the airac and will rebuild the next time you load the 747 or 777.

    Mike


    Mike

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      #3
      Thank you Mike,
      Have you had this problem??

      Ken



      Ken Rose

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        #4
        Originally posted by kplastique View Post
        Thank you Mike,
        Have you had this problem??

        Ken
        Not sure -- maybe awhile ago with Kaitak (which is not a standard FSX airport as it closed in 1998).

        Mike
        Mike

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          #5
          You will with Ksi Tak if you are attempting to fly the IGS approach onto RWY13. Part of the arrival procedure for this runway was to inhibit the GPWS G/S warning.

          If Ken is getting these warnings consistently after installing TSS.GE then it is almost certainly the likely cause of his problems.
          Michael C

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            #6
            Did not happen initially with TSS.

            tx,
            Ken Rose
            Ken Rose

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              #7
              I've had it happen arriving PHOG and it turns out to be related to the minimum runway length FMS setting. I believe it defaults to 8500 ft and PHOG is 7000 ft. Adjust the FMS runway length and problem when away.

              However, happening at all airports is a new one. Never saw that reported before. I don't know what TSS is... but it's on the suspect list.
              Dan Downs KCRP

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              • Ralgh
                Ralgh commented
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                Ah good to know. I never could figure out why my 777 got the warnings at PHOG and my 737 didn't.

              #8
              Yes!, happened there for me too! I just glads in to jfk and it didn’t happen. (Did before). Not sure what is happening now. I’ll try again. Don’t think it is TSS. TSS is an sound program.

              Thank you!

              Ken Rose
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