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McCulloch Garden | Answered on Jan 23, 2021


loosen nuts a little and turn screw to move bar - tightening chain

McCulloch Garden | Answered on Jan 10, 2020


Tools required:

Allen wrench
7/16-inch socket driver
Needle-nose pliers
Approved fuel container
Scissors
Work gloves
Wire coat hanger
paper towels or shop rags
approx. 30 minutes
  1. Drain the fuel tank

    Wear work gloves to protect your hands.
    In a well-ventilated area, remove the fuel cap and empty the fuel tank into an approved storage container.
    Open the fuel cap.
  2. 02.

    Remove the cylinder shield


    Using an Allen wrench, remove the screws that hold the cylinder shield to the engine. Lift off the shield.
    Remove the cylinder shield.
  3. 03.

    Disconnect the spark plug wire and remove the air filter


    Disconnect the wire from the spark plug. Pull the cover off the air filter housing and remove the filter.
    Disconnect the spark plug wire.
    Remove the air filter cover.
    Remove the air filter.
  4. 04.

    Remove the fuel filter


    Straighten a piece of coat hanger and bend a hook on the end. Feed it through the mouth of the tank and fish out the white cylindrical fuel filter. Cut the fuel line to remove the filter.
  5. 05.

    Remove the carburetor


    Using a 7/16-inch socket driver, remove the 2 mounting nuts that secure the carburetor to the engine.
    Pull the air filter housing off the carburetor.
    Pull the carburetor from the engine block, sliding it along the mounting studs. Be careful not to bend the throttle linkage or damage the gas lines
  6. Remove the mounting nuts. Remove the air filter housing.
    Pull the carburetor off the mounting studs.
  7. 06.

    Remove the old fuel lines


    Pull the fuel lines off the carburetor and primer bulb, using needle-nose pliers.
    Use needle-nose pliers to pull the fuel lines out of the gas tank.
    Tip: With some chainsaw models, you'll have to remove the screws from the primer bulb to detach the fuel lines.
    Pull the fuel lines off of the carburetor.
    Pull the fuel lines off of the primer bulb.
    Pull the fuel lines out of the gas tank.
  8. 07.

    Install the new fuel lines


    Use a pair of scissors to cut the new fuel lines at an angle to thread them into the tank. Push the large line about 1 inch into the tank.
    Push the small line far enough into the tank so that it can be grabbed through the mouth of the tank with needle-nose pliers.
    Pull the small line out the mouth of the tank. Cut the end square and install the fuel filter. Pull the line back in so the filter rests on the bottom of the tank. Trim the fuel lines and connect them to the carburetor
  9. .
  10. Cut the end of the new fuel lines at an angle. Fuel line cut at an angle.
  11. 08.

    Install the fuel filter


    Pull the small line out the mouth of the tank. Cut the end square and install the fuel filter. Pull the line back in so the filter rests on the bottom of the tank. Trim the fuel lines and connect them to the carburetor.
  12. 09.

    Reinstall the carburetor


    Slip the carburetor onto the mounting studs and push it into place. Position the air filter housing on the protruding studs.
    Replace the mounting nuts and tighten them to seal the gasket between the engine and the carburetor.

    Tip: Avoid crimping the fuel lines when re-installing the carburetor.
  13. 10.

    Reinstall the air filter cover and connect the spark plug


    Position the air filter in the housing and replace the cover. Reattach the spark plug wire.
  14. 11.

    Reinstall the cylinder shield


    Reinstall the cylinder shield on the chainsaw.
    Refill the fuel tank.

McCulloch Garden | Answered on Nov 05, 2019


Here in link you will find step by step with picture instruction on replacing fuel line.
https://www.ereplacementparts.com/repair-center/article/23480/How_to_Replace_the_Fuel_Return_Line_on_a_Poulan_Chainsaw_(Model_P3314).html

McCulloch Garden | Answered on Oct 30, 2019


There is usally a rod that travels under handle to carb. Could be a cable if its a top line saw. If you are having problem with it take top of saw body apart and it should give you access.

McCulloch Garden | Answered on Aug 19, 2019


Most machines will have a z bend in the end of the throttle wire, the outer cable will be anchored with a square block into the induction block, the z bend in the cable will then fit into a hole in the throttle spindle on the carb, there will only be one hole in the spindle the correct size for the cable.

McCulloch Garden | Answered on Jul 09, 2019


Some carbs have obvious adjustments ("H" for high speed, "L" for low speed or idle. )

Some however are hidden. Heres a video showing how to find theses hidden adjustments.

https://youtu.be/tlsVcCdzaoA

McCulloch Garden | Answered on Jun 12, 2019


i don't know. please be careful. different oil used for air vs water cooled engines. if info not on engine near fuel filler, details should be in owner's manual or from boat engine retailer. also, new vs used motors may use different ratios.

McCulloch Garden | Answered on May 21, 2019


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McCulloch Garden | Answered on May 16, 2019


Use the provided links:

You may contact the manufacturer, download manuals, check fuel/oil ratios, order parts, find your local service center, and view other resources using these links:

Contact us
User manuals
What is the correct fuel mixture for McCulloch products Chainsaw Trimmer...
McCulloch Service
McCULLOCH PARTS ACCESSORIES

I trust this information has proven beneficial.

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McCulloch Garden | Answered on May 03, 2019

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