Husqvarna 372 XPG-Torq Workshop Manual



Husqvarna 372 XPG-Torq Workshop Manual Repair

Husqvarna 372 XPG-Torq Workshop Manual for the Husqvarna chainsaw. Repair and service the 372XPG-Torq with this manual. The manual has diagrams and accurate information as used by mechanics and repair shops to troubleshoot and repair the chainsaw. View free page images online or download a full PDF that you can print or view on any suitable device.

The manuals have plenty of pictures and diagrams to help with repairs and servicing. May be used as a guide for other models as they may share key components such as motors.

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Husqvarna 372 XPG-Torq Workshop Manual Contents

Index may vary with model number

Introduction, Specifications, Troubleshooting, Attachments, Air Filter, Carburetor, Crankcase, Clutch, Engine, Ignition, Starter, Servicing, Controls, Fuel System, Electrics, Special Tools.

This PDF manual helps you find the information you need quickly and easily. it provides a detailed description of for trouble shooting, repair and testing of the chain saw.

Husqvarna 372 XPG-Torq Chainsaw Specifications

The XP G model has both heated handles and carburetor.

Cylinder displacement 70.7 cm³
Cylinder displacement 4.31 cu.inch
Power output 5.5 hp
Maximum power speed 10200 rpm
Fuel tank volume 1.62 US pint
Idling speed 2700 rpm
Spark plug Champion RCJ7Y, NGK BPMR7A
Electrode gap 0 in
Torque, max. 3.8 Nm
Fuel consumption 426 g/kWh

Recommended bar length, max 28 in
Recommended bar length, min 16 in
Chain pitch 3/8?
Chain speed at max power 74.5 fts
Chain speed at 133% of greatest engine power speed 99.08 fts

Weight (excl. cutting equipment) 14.3 lbs

Oil tank volume 0.89 US pint
Oil pump type Automatic
Oil pump capacity Max 20 ml/min
Oil pump capacity Min 4 ml/min

The electrical carburetor heating ensures reliable starting and operation in cold conditions.

Efficient heating coils in the front and rear handles make the saw more comfortable to use in cold and damp conditions.

The crankcase and crankshaft are extra heavy-duty and the carburetor has vibration damping to handle high speeds and high loads. The saw combines low weight, high power and rapid acceleration with flexible operation.

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