Question about McCulloch Garden
Route of fuel lines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fuel line diagram for 358.352160
It is most likely a Poulan almost all are. The IPL is the only manufacturer supplied fuel system detail, it lists components, part numbers and very little routing detail. and is usually spread over multiple illustrations.
I think you'll find the short video, a few notes and a typical system most helpful. Any local saw shop can provide replacement hose.
Fuel Line Replacement by SmallEng.com
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
In general, the routing is from the fuel filter in the tank, through about 3 inches of fuel line inside the tank, then through the upper wall of the tank near the carburetor position and up to the top of the carburetor. Don't make any sharp bends in the line or it will eventually kink at that point. The line within the tank should allow the filter to flop around to find the lowest pick-up point as the saw position is changed. If the saw has a primer bulb, it should pull fuel from the carburetor (at a lower port) into the bulb when it is pumped. Another line runs from the output side of the bulb back down into the tank to return fuel (no filter here). Fill the tank with fuel mix and attempt to pump fuel into the bulb from the carburetor (leave the return line loose for a test). If successful, attach the remaining line to the bulb, and attempt start. Hope this helps!
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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