Question about Poulan P3314 14" Gas Chain Saw 2.0 Cuin 33CC 2 Cycl
FIrst off be sure you have the correct size line. Poulan uses several sizes of fuel line. If you got the wrong one, you won't get it to go in. The best way is to cut the tip of the fuel line at an angle. If you warm the fuel line before inserting it, it will go in easier. Once you get it forced in a little ways, you can reach in with a pair of needle nose pliers and pull on the fuel line while pushing it in from the outside. If you bought the line from a Poulan dealer, then instructions would be included along with the end being precut at a long angle to assist with installation.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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