Question about Poulan Pro 42CC 2 Cycle Chainsaw, 18"
Need diagram for routing new fuel lines on craftsman chainsaw model 358.36012. Lines have rotted away.
There is two sizes of line. I see the large one goes to the large port on the primer button and then to the fuel tank. The small one goes from the primer button to the carb. The problem is there are two hose connections on the carb. I believe one is a vent, but I am not sure what one it is. I have a 36cc 2-cycle model 358.352161
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
I removed the fuel lines from my carburetor and primer bulb on my homelite 33cc chain saw and cnnot remember the order to put them back on
Posted on Mar 10, 2011
I've written this guide which shows you how to troubleshoot chainsaw or string trimmer carburetors. See link below.
In general the procedure for identifying the lines is to connect them and make sure the return line in the fuel tank without the filter is above the level of the gas and the line with the filter is submerged. When you push the primer button, gas should flow out of the return line in the tank. If this doesn't happen and air bubbles come out the filter, the lines are incorrectly attached to the ports and must be reversed.
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