The instrument panel (see figure 7-2) is designed around the basic "T" configuration. The gyros are located immediately in front of the pilot, and arranged vertically. The airspeed indicator and altimeter are located to the left and right of the gyros, respectively. The remaining flight instruments are located around the basic "T". The fuel pressure gage, clock, fuel quantity indicators, ammeter, oil pressure gage, oil temperature gage, cylinder head temperature gage and low-voltage warning light are located to the left of the flight instruments. Avionics equipment is stacked approximately on the centerline of the panel, with the right side of the panel containing the suction gage, economy mixture indicator (EGT), flight hour recorder, and space for additional instruments and avionics equipment. A switch and control panel, at the lower edge of the instrument panel, contains most of the controls, switches, and circuit breakers necessary to operate the airplane. The left side of the panel contains the auxiliary fuel pump switch, engine primer, master switch, ignition switch, general circuit breakers, electrical switches, landing gear indicator lights and landing gear lever. The center area contains the static pressure alternate source valve, and the carburetor heat, light intensity, throttle, propeller, and mixture controls. The right side of the switch and control panel contains the wing flap switch and position indicator, cabin heat and cabin air controls, cigar lighter, and map compartment. A pedestal extending from the switch and control panel to the floorboard, contains the elevator and rudder trim control wheels, cowl flap control lever, and microphone bracket. The fuel selector valve handle is located at the base of the pedestal. A parking brake handle is mounted below the switch and control panel in front of the pilot. The avionics power switch and avionics circuit breakers are mounted on a small circuit breaker panel located adjacent to the pilot on the left cabin sidewall.

For details concerning the instruments, switches, circuit breakers, and controls on this panel, refer in this section to the description of the systems to which these items are related.

1. Sidewall Circuit Breaker Panel
2. Avionics Power Switch
3. Ammeter, Oil Pressure, Cylinder Head, and Oil
    Temperature Gages
4. Fuel Quantity Indicators
5. Fuel Pressure Gage
6. Digital Clock
7. Auxiliary Microphone Switch
8. Flight Instrument Group
9. Airplane Registration Number
10. Encoding Altimeter
11. ADE Bearing Indicator
12. Course Deviation and Glide Slope Indicators
13. Autopilot Control Unit
14. Marker Beacon Indicator Lights and Switches
15. Audio Control Panel
16. NAV/COM Radios
17. Transponder
18. Secondary Altimeter
19. Economy Mixture Indicator
20. Carburetor Air Temperature Gage
21. Suction Gage
22. Flight Hour Recorder
23. ADF Radio
24. Map Compartment
25. Cabin Heat Control
26. Cabin Air Control
27. Cigar Lighter
28. Wing Flap Switch and Position Indicator
29. Mixture Control
30. Propeller Control
31. Rudder Trim Control Wheel and Position Indicator
32. Microphone
33. Cowl Flap Control Lever
34. Fuel Selector Valve Handle
35. Static Pressure Alternate Source Valve
36. Elevator Trim Control Wheel and Position Indicator
37. Throttle (With Friction Lock)
38. Instrument and Radio Dial Lights Dimming Rheostats
39. Carburetor Heat Control
40. Landing Gear Lever and Position Indicator Lights
41. Electrical Switches
42. Parking Brake Handle
43. Circuit Breakers
44. Ignition Switch
45. Master Switch
48. Primer
47. Auxiliary Fuel Pump Switch