Question about Poulan Garden
Remove the starter mechanism and the left side cover to expose the flywheel and ignition module. If you have little or no spark, try setting the pole gap using a thin business card for a gap gauge. Turn the flywheel magnets under the ignition module poles, insert the card into the gaps, loosen the module screws and allow the poles to contact the magnets. Reset the screws and try for spark. Hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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