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I have a 18 in poulan pro that want run. has new plug, air filter,gas filter

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Check if is any "spark" at the spark plug.If not change the "coil" =spark plug cable and coil all are together.

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I have a Pouan Pro. I can start it but then when I give it gas it seems to have no power. It doesn't die, just gets no power. Occasionally it revs.


It may well be running too rich because the air filter is blocked, remove the filter and just try the revs again free running, if ok, clean/replace the filter.

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Pro 42CC 2 Cycle Chainsaw, 18": New gas, clean plugs..Ran fine last year, won't st...


Check for a plugged fuel filter and defective fuel lines. Make sure the carburetor fasteners are tight. Check for spark at the plug--it should be blue and snappy with a new plug. If ok, squirt in some fuel mix in the plug hole, replace the plug, and see if it will pop a couple of times. If ok, make sure the primer bulb draws fuel into it after several pumps. If still won't run, remove the lower chamber of the carburetor and check the diaphragm for flexibility and no holes. Hope this helps!

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Since you have good spark and good gas the only things left to check are the air filter and the carbeurator. If the air filter is dirty, replace it. While you are at the auto parts store also pick up a can of a gasoline additive called seafoam which will keep your carb. clean. Finally get a can of spray carb. cleaner and put a couple short squirts directly into the air intake which is right there when you remove the air filter.

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My guess is that one of your fuel lines has a crack or small hole in it. Inspect these and replace if needed. let me know how it goes.

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The prob is at the base of the carb. Its sucking air. Be certain to install a new gasket, making sure the both services are very clean. And the mounting bolts tightened equally! Frankster016

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