Dont know what the checklist would say, but here we go.. Parking brake set. Ignition switch on, enough air pressure for the starter, (more than 35 psi for most engines), start switch to start. Watch for start valve open light. As soon as you see N2 rotation, (high pressure compressor), look for oil pressure rise(dont need full pressure yet, just making sure the pump is working). Then look for N1 rotation(low pressure compressor). We like to let the starter go as high as it will go, then turn on the fuel with the cutoff lever. Then you watch egt, to make sure it doesnt go above redline. Fuel flow indicator is your first indication. Should have said that first. If you have high fuel flow, chances are you are going to exceed max egt. Cut the starter off at the right speed, and make sure the start valve open light goes out, confirm by watching the duct pressure gauge, that the pressure returns to normal. As the engine accelerates, watch oil press to see that it goes to normal. Watch egt the whole time to make sure it doesnt go too high, or you might cook the engine. If you have a problem before fuel is turned on, just turn off the starter, if after fuel is added, turn off the fuel, and let the engine "motor" with the starter for about 15 seconds. Keep in mind, these are general procedures that do not apply to all engines. Turbo prop, and turbo shaft engines may be different, but I dont know why they would. Always follow the checklist..