Model #358350080 CRAFTSMAN Chainsaw, Gas

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No fire to spark plug 358350080 Craftsman Gas chainsaw

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Need to know what the routing and where to connect the fuel lines to new carb. 358350080

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Thanks for the inquiry and for being a valued member.

There is not anything published by the manufacturer on the specific routing of the lines, as the lines can differ based upon the model number. To help you with the routing, I have posted a diagram below that you can refer to on the fuel line orientation. Sometimes it's a trial and error process, but keep in mind the fuel flow should be from the tank to the primer to the carb to the tank. 

I hope this helps and thanks for using SearsPartsDirect.com. We appreciate your business. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
April 29, 2015
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Craftsman 18" Gas Chain Saw Bar leak Craftsman Gas chainsaw

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Thanks for the inquiry and for using SearsPartsDirect.com.
I know how frustrating it is to open your chainsaw case to see it's covered in bar oil, sorry to hear of the issue.
This is a pretty common issue with chainsaws, irregardless of the brand. 
If the saw is leaking oil for a long time or continually, the air vent for the oil reservoir might be restricted. You can clean the vent and run a small wire through it to be sure it is open. The vent lets air into the tank to stop any siphoning of oil. Another trick is to open the oil reservoir cap before storage to relieve any residual pressure. Put the cap back on, and sometimes that helps.
Outside of those suggestions, you could simply store the chainsaw without bar oil and pack some newspapers into the case to prevent that from occurring. When you need to use the chainsaw, just put enough bar oil in to finish the job, or add more in when necessary. Another thought would be to use a brand of bar oil that is thicker. I've found that the cheaper bar oil brands have thinner (almost motor oil) viscosity. The name brand bar oils tend to be thicker in viscosity, almost like syrup. Thicker is better for bar oil. You may pay a little more, but it's worth it in the long-run. 
If you decide to try to fix the issue, I would recommend trying to determine if the leak is coming from the cap or the pick-up assembly, then purchase the needed parts or clean them thoroughly and see if it makes a difference. 
Hope these suggestions are helpful and thanks for using SearsPartsDirect.com. We appreciate your business. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
July 17, 2014

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