Question about McCulloch Garden
Yes it definately sounds like you have a air leak or the unit is starving for fuel...
Check over your fuel filter flush it out also if you can see it check the gasket and intake manifold for cracks or leaks after that if you are confident you can clean out the carby.
If none of that works then i would say one of your crank seals or base gasket is leaking and being that model they are not the easiest saw to work on and would reccommend taking it to your local small engine repairer...
Hope this helps
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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