Question about Husqvarna "Chain Saw - 16" Bar, 3 Hp
Posted by Anonymous on
Depends on the model we are talking about, however the basics are much the same, start by making sure the chain brake is off, remove the securing nuts and remove the side cover/brake, if it has an inboard clutch, remove the clip and washer from the end of the crank that secures the sprocket, remove the sprocket, remove the clutch, this will be threaded onto the crank left hand thread, it may well have cut a ways to insert a screw driver so as to jar it off,there will now be a bar protection plate held with one or two screws, remove the plate, the pump will now be accesable, once removed ,the oil pick up pipe will be behind, if the machine has an out board clutch, this will have to be removed before you can remove the sprocket.
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