We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 77 Poulan Leaf Blower models
Poulan leaf blowers quickly clear driveways and help keep lawns looking neat and tidy. Over time, these systems may develop fuel leaks that compromise efficiency and can pose a serious hazard for users.
Poulan leaf blowers feature fuel tanks and lines that deliver gas directly to the engine chamber. Any cracks in the lines or holes in the tanks necessitate replacement of these components. Even if the cracks seem superficial, they may lead to exceptionally dangerous conditions over time. This makes it wise to replace these crucial components as soon as signs of wear appear.
Not all leaf blower parts show cracks or obvious holes and scratches when they leak. Trace leaking fuel back to its source by following the damp trail, and look at gaskets and seals to confirm if the leak originates from the engine compartment. Seals and gaskets may become loose and require replacement without showing other signs of wear, making it harder to identify the source.
Leaking from the engine area may also indicate a failed or damaged carburetor. The carburetor mixes gas and air to ensure the proper ratio for use in engine combustion. If the carburetor becomes damaged, it may begin to fill with leftover fuel and eventually cause stutter, stalls or complete failure of the engine as the fuel mixture becomes too rich with fuel and lacks enough air for combustion. This excess fuel may leak from the carburetor, so replacing this part may solve this issue. A handyman skilled in leaf blower troubleshooting may also try rebuilding the carburetor using a kit instead of replacing it outright.
Poulan leaf blower parts from Sears PartsDirect can help stop leaks and get leaf blowers running in peak form. Choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.