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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
A1Knob-Choke
Part #: 530057893
In stock
13 available
 $3.99
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A2Spring-Ign. Switch
Part #: 530057908
In stock
2 available
 $3.99
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A3Lever-Ign. Switch
Part #: 530057891
In stock
3 available
 $4.30
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A4Rope Retain Screw
Part #: 530016080
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
A5Kit-Trigger/Lockout
Part #: 530071888
In stock
8 available
 $6.37
Add To Cart
A6Kit-Line Tank/Purge
Part #: 530069216
In stock
25+ available
 $5.40
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A7Fuel Line (25" Long)
Part #: 530069247
Note: Note: Part Number 530069247- Purge Lines Required to be Ordered; Old Purge Lines Not Compatible with this Bulb
In stock
25+ available
 $3.98
Add To Cart
A8Filter
Part #: 530095646
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A10Kit-Clutch Washer
Part #: 530071945
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
A11Assy-Clutch Drum 3/8"
Part #: 530057905
In stock
25+ available
 $14.81
Add To Cart
A12Kit-Clutch Washer
Part #: 530071945
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A13Assy-Clutch
Part #: 530057907
In stock
25+ available
 $7.24
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A14Washer-Large Clutch
Part #: 530016419
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A15Assy-Fuel Cap
Part #: 580940901
In stock
25+ available
 $4.12
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A16Scp#6-19 x .437 .Pl. Pan.
Part #: 530016064
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A17
Nut-Speed
Part #: 530015922
Backorder:
Unavailable until 04/30/2015
 $0.99
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A18Assy-Flywheel
Part #: 545016305
In stock
3 available
 $23.58
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A19Shield-Heat
Part #: 530057911
In stock
2 available
 $2.62
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A20Flywheel Washer
Part #: 530015127
In stock
17 available
 $3.99
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A21Nut-Flywheel
Part #: 530016134
In stock
13 available
 $3.99
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A22Screw
Part #: 530015920
In stock
17 available
 $3.99
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A23Pulley
Part #: 530057890
In stock
25+ available
 $9.20
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A24Spring-Starter
Part #: 545008013
In stock
25+ available
 $6.44
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A25Housing-Fan
Part #: 579372001
In stock
9 available
 $9.23
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A26Handle-Starter
Part #: 530056402
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A27Rope (3 ft.)
Part #: 530069232
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A28Screw
Part #: 530016432
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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A29Rope Retain Screw
Part #: 530016080
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A30Assy-Oil Vent
Part #: 530058786
In stock
2 available
 $2.71
Add To Cart
A31Assembly-Oil Cap w/ret.
Part #: 530057236
In stock
25+ available
 $5.22
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A32Handguard
Part #: 585600501
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A33Spring-Handguard Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 530016416
Discontinued
N/A
A34Assy-Chassis Green
Part #: 530058870
Note: Includes figures 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 15, 16, 17, 19, 31, 33 and 37
Ships in 4 - 8 business days
 $48.94
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A35Kit-Chainbrake
Part #: 530071893
In stock
25+ available
 $15.86
Add To Cart
A36Screw
Part #: 530016432
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
A37Bolt - Bar
Part #: 530016133
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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A38Plate-Bar
Part #: 530057910
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A39Nut - Bar Mounting
Part #: 530015917
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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A40Assy-Clutch Cover
Part #: 530058933
Note: Includes figure 41
In stock
25+ available
 $9.98
Add To Cart
A41Kit - Bar Adjust
Part #: 530069611
Note: Includes figures 42 and 43
In stock
25+ available
 $4.04
Add To Cart
A42Pin - Bar Adjust
Part #: 530015826
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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A43Retainer - Bar Adjust
Part #: 530038593
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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A44Chain 14"
Part #: 581562101
In stock
25+ available
 $18.26
Add To Cart
A45Bar 14"
Part #: 952044368
In stock
25+ available
 $26.27
Add To Cart
A46Kit-Clutch Washer
Part #: 530071945
Note: Includes figures 10 and 12
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A47Screw
Part #: 530016432
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
A48Handle-Front
Part #: 530057888
In stock
12 available
 $13.11
Add To Cart
A49Kit-Oil Pump
Part #: 530071891
Note: Includes figures 51-53
In stock
25+ available
 $15.95
Add To Cart
A50Assy-Oil Pick Up
Part #: 530057924
In stock
19 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
A51Scp#6-19 x .437 .Pl. Pan.
Part #: 530016064
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
A52Assy-Oil Pump
Part #: 581071401
In stock
25+ available
 $5.00
Add To Cart
A53Gear-Worm Spring
Part #: 530037820
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
B1Shield-Cylinder
Part #: 530058837
Note: Includes figures 2 and 3
In stock
3 available
 $10.94
Add To Cart

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1204162
Question: Carb Parts

1204162

Can any one let me know if the carb be bought in separate pieces?
WJA
Reply: Carb Parts

WJA

Hello 1204162,

I can't locate where you would be able to order separate parts for the 545070601 Carburetor Zama W-26. Perhaps one of our forum members may be able to help.

-WJA
primerbulb120
Reply: Carb Parts

primerbulb120

Try link removed.
IronHorse101
Question: Removal Clutch

IronHorse101

sparks come from the clutch area, what parts should i replace and how do I pull clutch drum off?
1149478
Question: Clutch Springs

1149478

My trusty poulan 3314 needs clutch springs, can't see them on the schematics?
WJA
Reply: Clutch Springs

WJA

Hello 1149478,

I have looked through all the different type numbers of the Poulan P3314. It looks like they don't supply the springs separate from the clutch, It looks like you will need to order the clutch assembly, part number 530057907.

-WJA
1094347
Question: Dan

1094347

How do I rout the fuel lines I got new ones but all the old ones were rotted off I have been trying everything Help
me please not happy with Poulan at this time
WJA
Reply: Dan

WJA

Hello Dan,

To assist you with replacement of the fuel lines on your chainsaw. We have prepared an article and video on that subject. It shows three different types of carburetors, I'm sure one of them will be similar to yours. I hope it will help you with your repair. Here is the link to it.

How to Replace Fuel line on 2 Cycle Engines.
alanr
Question: Knob-Choke

alanr

Do you have any idea when they will be
available.
WJA
Reply: Knob-Choke

WJA

Hello alanr,

In checking with the manufacture the 530057893 choke knob is in stock at the factory and ready to ship.

-WJA
Has anyone performed the cylinder sleeve replacement ?
ggalloway
Question: Replacing Starter Spring

ggalloway

i have model P3314 chainsaw the starter spring came out and i cant get it back in would it be possible to order the fan housing with the spring already installed
teda
Reply: Replacing Starter Spring

teda

I just did one this aft and it is quite straight forward .I you're still having probs I may be able to explain how I did it.
eddie
Question: Chain Oiler

eddie

How do you get to the chain oiler to replace it?
crackerjack
Reply: Chain Oiler

crackerjack

how do i get to the chain oiler to replace it?
ismael_re
Reply: Chain Oiler

ismael_re

Replace the oil pump..Or just try to clean it out but I have been through this and it worked for about ten minutes and I ended up just replacing the pump and works fine now. They are not very expensive (35.00-40.00) and only takes about ten minutes. Get a beer and a table or the tail gate of you truck should be fine. Take off the side cover remove the bar and chain. Clean everything up... air compressor is best a paint brush and rag works good if you do not have a air compressor. Take the top plastic cover (three screws on top of the saw). Pull the spark plug and feed a piece of rope into the cylinder. This will bind up saw so you can remove the clutch. I use a pull start rope from my old lawn mower and keep it in my saw box for this reason. This size and kind of rope seems to work best. Now you need to remove the clutch. There is an arrow on the clutch that tells you which way to turn it to get it off. This can sometimes be tricky but don't give up. I'm sure there is a tool for this and I keep saying that I'm going to make something. I use the handle of a good strong pair of pliers and turn the plier with a pair of vice grips. When you see the clutch you'll figure out something to use to loosen it and spin it off. Un-spin the clutch and remove the clutch drum by just sliding it off the spindle. Be careful because there is a bushing with needle bearings. The bearings are in there pretty good and wont just fall out. If you want to replace that you can 14.00 or so. There is also a plastic drive gear for the pump that just lifts out , replace it too 6.00 or so. Take off the metal cover I think it's just one screw. When you remove the cover you may see a lot of saw dust and oil all packed inside. If you have an air compressor just blow it all out. The oil pump is right there and is simply removed with one screw. clean every thing up put the new pump in put everything back together and you should be back in business.
Scott
Question: Fuel Filter

Scott

I have a Poulan P3314 chainsaw that has been sitting for a while. I have two problems: it initially started, but it would die whenever I squeezed the throttle. It finally quit and refused to start. When I checked the fuel tank, I found the fuel filter loose in the tank. I ordered a filter and tubing from Poulan. I am not sure where to put the tubing. There is a small, rotten piece of tubing coming from the back end of the tank. There also appears to be a fitting on the front end. Where do I install the tubing and how? Do you think this was the cause of my problem? I would have thought the engine might have still run whether or not there was a filter connected.
DrewM
Reply: Fuel Filter

DrewM

I have the same problem with my Poulin P3314, though it had not been sitting for a while, and has been in use several times this year. I also noticed that the filter was loose in the tank. I replaced the rotten fuel line and re-attached the filter. It is still quitting though when I squeeze the trigger. It seems like a fuel problem, but I'm at a loss as to the cause.
rich
Question: Tech Question

rich

I have a 33cc poulan engine. I am using on an rc pulling truck and I need to known the the horse power rpm range.
How do properly install the gear worm on my Poulan P3314?
My saw dies when I press throttle.
I have done the following:
1. Removed carb. Cleaned with Laq Thin. And blew out with comp.air.
2. Cleaned & Checked fuel filter.
3. Cleaned Air Filter.
4. Reset fuel jet? 1 1/2 turns.
5. Assured chain gear is runs free.
6. Checked Spark plug OK and electrical OK
7.Gas cap? seems ok -- I think I can Blow a little air thru it.
Low and High have not been touched since it ran, or ever for that matter.
Gas lines seem Ok and fitted well onto carb. No apparent leaks.
What am I Missing?
tom a
Reply: Poulan 3314 Chainsaw Problem

tom a

I had the same problem and still do. There is a rubber hose behind the air filter to the carb that keeps breaking from motor heat. I have replaced it many times with home remedy's but have found nothing to last.
John
Reply: Poulan 3314 Chainsaw Problem

John

Remove the exhaust and clean the screen. You may have to scrape it out and clean it with some gas or carb cleaner. If you run 90 or higher octane gas in your saw you won't have this problem. Some saws have a threaded screen on the exhaust port that may have to be cleaned as well.
walter
Question: Starter Kit

walter

Does #530071966 include the spring, #530042095? How difficult is it to install the kit and the spring in the housing?

Thanks
tom
Question: Saw Stops Running.

tom

My saw will run but as soon as you take your finger off the trigger it dies.
Poulan P3314WSA chainsaw wont start after running for 30 minutes, it stopped, I refueled it and added chain bar oil and started it up. Now it won't start.
Mark
Reply: Chain Saw Poulan P3314WSA Wont S...

Mark

Hi Aaron,

Many chainsaws can be temperamental top start after being run and then sitting for a few minutes. I would suspect that the saw is now flooded. Typically a "hot" saw, one that has been run in the last hour or so, will not need to be choked when restarted. You will simply turn the saw on and pull the start rope. If it doesn't start within about four pulls then add some choke. If a hot saw is choked when it doesn't need it then it will flood almost immediately.

There are a couple of things you can try to get your flooded saw started. The first is to turn the ignition on, make sure that the saw is NOT choked and hold the throttle all of the way open. Now with the throttle still open attempt to start the saw. You may need to pull the starter rope up to 20 times or so to get the cylinder to clear and the saw to start. The saw will run very smokey for a bit but that will clear up as the oil is burned out of the exhaust.

If the first method doesn't work then you will need to try the following. First remove the spark plug. The spark plug will likely be very wet with gas. Dry the spark plug using an air compressor. Now use a nozzle on your compressor that will fit tightly onto the spark plug hole in the cylinder. Slowly pull on the starter rope while blowing air into the cylinder. The air will pass through the cylinder and out the exhaust, carrying the excess fuel with it. Now reassemble the saw and try starting it like you normally would from a cold start.

I hope this helps with your repair!

-Mark
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