We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 6 Poulan Tiller models
Poulan Tillers help you get the most out of your garden by facilitating optimal soil preparation. However, a misfiring or rough-running engine, a commonly encountered issue with tillers, can prevent the machine from functioning at its best. Here are three tips for troubleshooting this problem.
Performing a tune-up is a general maintenance, tiller troubleshooting tip that keeps the tiller working at peak efficiency. To tune up, change the oil, clean the engine and replace the air filter if it is clogged or dirty. Also, inspect the carburetor and ignition system and adjust the throttle, choke control and all moving parts. Lubricate the moving parts as well.
The carburetor delivers a mixture of air and fuel to the engine, and if the carburetor is clogged, the engine cannot run smoothly. If, during a tune-up, you notice that the carburetor is seriously clogged with varnish or debris, try clearing it with carburetor cleaner or compressed air. If this is ineffective, replace the dirty carburetor with a new one from Sears PartsDirect's selection of tiller repair parts.
Rebuilding the carburetor is sometimes an effective solution for correcting fuel supply problems. Buy a rebuild kit that matches your tiller's make and model. The kit includes a gasket, pins, seals, jets and other parts you need. Disassemble the carburetor, and clean if necessary. Use the components in the rebuild kits to overhaul the carburetor.
Keep your Poulan tiller going strong for years to come with the help of quality repair parts from Sears PartsDirect. Choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.