Stihl MS 362 Service Workshop Manual Repair
Stihl MS 362 Service Workshop Manual for the Stihl chainsaw. Repair and service the MS 362 with this manual, which contains clear repair photos. The manual contains diagrams and accurate information as used by professional mechanics and repair shops to troubleshoot and repair the chainsaw. View free page images online or download full PDF that you can print or view on any suitable device. The manuals have plenty of pictures and diagrams to make the entire repair process easy for you. Can be used as guides for other models as they may share key components such as motors.
Stihl MS 362 Service Workshop Manual Contents
Introduction, Specifications, Troubleshooting Attachments, Clutch, Engine, Ignition, Starter, Servicing, Controls, Fuel System, Special Tools.
The MS 362 PDF manual contains very detailed diagrams and descriptions. At the click of a mouse you have access to the most comprehensive diagnostic, repair and maintenance information as used by professional mechanics, technicians and repair workshops. Very clear and precise diagrams and instructions. The manual is designed to get the information you need quickly and easily.
Stihl MS 362 Specifications
Model Name MS362
Engine Type single-cylinder two-stroke
Engine Capacity 59cc, 3.6cu.in
Cylinder Bore 47 mm, 1.85 in
Piston Stroke 34 mm, 1.34 in
Ignition Type Electronic (breakerless) magneto
Spark Plug Type Bosch WSR 6 F or NGK BPMR 7 A
Spark Plug Gap 0.5 mm, 0.02 in
Carburetor Type All position diaphragm type with built-in fuel pump
Fuel Tank Capacity 0.60 litre
Fuel Mixture 50:1 with Stihl two-stroke air-cooled engine oil
Weight 5.9 kg (13.0 lb)
Chain Lubrication Type Automatic oil pump
Oil Tank Capacity 0.325 litre
The STIHL MS 362 is a powerful mid-range chain saw for serious home users and even professionals.
With a remarkable power-to-weight ratio of 1.8 kg/kW, it is a great tool for all types of forestry work.
Its advanced 2-stroke engine features a stratified charge system where the burned charge in the combustion chamber is separated from the fresh charge in the crankcase by a layer of air during the flushing process.
This results in up to 20% less fuel consumption and 50% less exhaust emissions. It also means greater engine power in a relatively lightweight machine.