Question about Husqvarna Chain Saw 20" Bar
You need to get the clutch off first. In order to do this it is best to invest in a clutch removal tool. You can damage your clutch and fan fairly easily if you do not use one. After you get the clutch off you have access to the pump. The pump is very easily removed by removing the one screw that holds it in place. You will have to wiggle the forward side out of the boot that is attached to the inlet hose. There is a tiny impellar that spins when the clutch is engaged. Sometimes this has been stripped and is the case of no oil. You more than likely just have blockage that needs clearing. Check that before you you order any parts.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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