Model #358352181 CRAFTSMAN Chainsaw, Gas

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Q:

How do I replace the fuel lines on my Craftsman Chain saw model #358.352181 ? 358.352181

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To help you with the fuel line routing for this Craftsman chainsaw, I have attached a routing diagram to help you. Don't worry if the fuel lines get put on incorrectly at first, it won't cause any damage, it just won't start. If that's the case, just reverse them.


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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
November 10, 2014
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On my model 358352181, the choke nipple and the throttle nipple are on one below the other on the side of the carb that is away from the primer bulb. Also, the fuel line from Primer bulb to throttle side nipple on carb is a small OD line and not a large OD line as shown in the diagram. I do have a piece of the large line left. Do I need to use it instead of the small line? I could be wrong, but I thought that I replaced small with small, but I could have replaced large with small.

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Greg -
December 20, 2014
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I am replacing the fuel lines on my chain saw model number 358.352181 the old lines had disintergrated so I don't know where the lines go. there are two connections to the primer bulb and two connections to the carberator. I need to see how the lines are routed to the primer, fuel tank and carberator.

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Phil -
July 28, 2015
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With new fuel lines and spark plug, chainsaw won't start. 358352181 Craftsman Chainsaw

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I am sorry to hear of the difficulty you are having getting the unit to run. I know how frustrating that is to have happen.

I would start by pulling the spark plug, reattach it to the boot, and ground the base of the plug to the metal cylinder while a helper is pulling the rewind starter. If there is spark from the base of the plug, spark is good.

If spark is there, we can narrow it down to fuel. It could be that the fuel cap is not venting properly, and is creating a negative vacuum within the tank, which is not letting fuel flow freely. However, if this was the case, it would usually start initially, and then become harder to start after it's warmed up. Try starting it with the fuel cap off and see if that helps.

If not, you could likely have a partially blocked fuel jet within the carburetor, and the carb will either need to be replaced, rebuilt, or cleaned. These smaller carbs are tough to clean, but there are some great YouTube videos on how to do it. If you want to rebuild it, the part number for the kit is 530069826. You can also replace it, which is part number 530069703. For the cost difference between the two, a replacement may be a better choice. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
December 21, 2014
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How to attach throttle link to throttle? 358352181 Craftsman Chainsaw

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You'll need to have the carburetor removed from their mounting studs. The end of the linkage that makes a kind of "U" shape needs to connect to the trigger. Now turn the carburetor sideways to connect it to the end of the linkage. Once the linkage is in place you can then put the carburetor back on the mounting studs and put everything else back in place.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
August 27, 2013

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