December 28, 2018

Find the right carburetor assembly for a Craftsman snowblower, tiller or log splitter

By Sears PartsDirect staff
Carburetor assembly for a Craftsman snowblower, tiller or log splitter
Carburetor assembly for a Craftsman snowblower, tiller or log splitter

To find the carburetor assembly for the engine on your Craftsman snowblower, tiller or log splitter, first find the supplier name—either Huayi or Deni—and calibration code on the original carburetor. Use the supplier and calibration code to find the part number for the carburetor that fits your snowblower, tiller or log splitter.

SupplierCalibration codePart number
Huayi161H951-14019
Huayi161HA951-14020
Huayi161HB951-14020A
Huayi165H951-12702
Huayi165HA951-12702A
Huayi170H951-12785
Huayi170HA951-12783
Huayi170HB951-12785
Huayi170L951-12158
Huayi170LA951-12552
Huayi178L951-12374
Huayi178LA951-12791
Deni165S951-12706
Deni165SB951-12705
Deni170S951-14027A
Deni170SA951-14027A
Huayi161S951-14018
Huayi161SA951-12612
Huayi161SB951-12612A
Huayi161SC951-14093
Huayi165J951-12704
Huayi165JA951-12704A
Huayi165JB951-12704B
Huayi165S951-12707
Huayi165SA951-12706
Huayi165SB951-12705
Huayi170J951-14028A
Huayi170JA951-14028A
Huayi170S951-14026A
Huayi170SA951-14026A
Huayi178S951-14024A
Huayi178SA951-14024A
Huayi183S951-14023A
Huayi183SA951-14023A
Huayi190S951-14022A
Huayi190SA951-14022A
Huayi190SB951-14035

Use this chart to find the right carburetor.

Symptoms for gas snowblowers

Choose a symptom to see related snowblower repairs.

Main causes: dirty carburetor, clogged fuel filter, dirty spark plug, incorrect valve lash, leaky engine gaskets
Main causes: clogged chute, damaged auger blades, broken shear pins, worn auger belt, damaged gear case, engine problems
Main causes: clogged chute, snow build-up in auger housing, broken auger shear pins, auger drive belt needs adjustment, auger cable problems
Main causes: loose drive clutch cable, damaged drive clutch cable, worn friction disc, scraper blade scraping the ground, engine problems
Main causes: stale gas, clogged carburetor, clogged or broken fuel line, dirty spark plug, bad rewind starter, incorrect valve lash
Main causes: broken shear pins, worn or loose auger drive belt, auger drive cable failure, damaged auger, bad gear case
Things to do: replace the spark plug, change the oil, rebuild the carburetor, adjust valve lash, adjust or replace the belts
Main causes: snow build-up in chute, chute drive mechanism failure, bad chute control assembly
Main causes: punctured tire, damaged rim

Repair guides for gas snowblowers

These step-by-step repair guides will help you safely fix what’s broken on your snowblower.

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How to replace a snowblower friction disc

The friction disc is one of the components of the drive system. If it's worn or damaged, the snowblower won't self-propel. These step-by-step instructions show how to replace the friction disc yourself, in about half an hour.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 30 minutes or less
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How to replace a snowblower stop switch

Replace the stop switch on your snowblower if your engine won't start.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 30 minutes or less
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How to replace a snowblower skid shoe

To prevent damage to your snowblower auger, replace the skid shoes when both sides of the shoe are worn. It's an easy repair that you can handle yourself.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 15 minutes or less

Articles and videos for gas snowblowers

Use the advice and tips in these articles and videos to get the most out of your snowblower.

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Start-of-winter snowblower care

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Get your snowblower ready for winter before winter arrives, so you don't have to mess with it while snow piles up.

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