I have a spring missing off thr trottlebecause of this i can not get full throttle where doesthis spring go
There are typically two springs connected to the throttle linkage. One is on the carb, and one is in the handle. Those springs are meant to shut the throttle down when you let go of the trigger. The one that could cause the problem you are describing would most likely be the one in the handle. If that one becomes dislodged, is installed incorrectly, or is jammed by a piece of debris it could limit how far you are able to pull the trigger. If you are not able to press the trigger fully into the handle, then that is where I would check. If you are able to press the trigger all the way, then the problem is elsewhere.
If you are saying the spring is missing because it is no longer inside the saw, please describe it the best you can, and I will do my best to give a more precise location for installing it.
Wasn't able to get Poulan's online manuals to load for me, but perhaps you'll have better luck.
Here is the web site:
Select Download Manual
Select Illustrated Parts List and enter the model number for your saw. (It looked like there may have been two or three different models called wild thing.)
The Poulan manual will give you a detailed breakdown of every part in your saw, and where it goes.
Sep 26, 2011 |
Poulan 18" Wild Thing Chainsaw