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Ignition Module

Part Number: 530039198
PoulanJonsered
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Price: $34.19
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: and 530052277.

Product Information
Manufacturer: Poulan, Jonsered
Product Number: 530039198
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.32 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Description:
This is a genuine OEM sourced replacement part designed for use with Poulan chainsaws. The ignition module also known as armature-magneto provides current for the ignition system by producing pulses of high voltage for the spark plugs. It is made out of metal with some rubber components and it is sold individually. Includes a spark plug boot.

To complete this repair you would need screwdriver set. Please note replacing this module would differ based on your unit, however the basic steps would be the same.

• Remove the housing/covers from the unit
• Remove the spark plug
• Bind the cylinder
• Remove the air filter cover and side cover
• Remove the throttle cable from the carburetor
• Disconnect the wires
• Remove old ignition coil
• Install new ignition coil
• Install the red wire
• Set the gap
• Install the black wire
• Reassembly and test the unit
Compatibility

This part is compatible with the following machines:

Poulan
1900 Gas Chain Saw
1900 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
1950LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
1950LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
1950LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
1950LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
1975LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
1975LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
1975LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
1975LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2025 Gas Chain Saw
2025 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2050LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2050LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2050LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2050LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2055LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2055LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2055LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2055LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2075 LE Gas Chain Saw
2075 LE Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Predator Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Predator Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2150LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2150LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2150LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2150LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2150LE Predator Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2150LE Predator Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2150LE Predator Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2150LE Predator Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2155 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2155 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2175 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2175 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2175 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2175 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2175 Gas Chain Saw
2175 Gas Chain Saw
2250 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2250 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2250 Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2250 Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2250 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2250 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2250 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2250 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2250 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2250 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2250 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2250 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2250 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2250 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2250LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2250LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2350 Gas Chain Saw
2350 Gas Chain Saw
2375 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2375 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2375 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2375 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2375LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2375LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2375LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2375LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
BH2160 Gas Chain Saw
BH2160 Gas Chain Saw
BH2160LE Gas Chain Saw
BH2160LE Gas Chain Saw
P3314 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
P3314 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
P3314WS Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
P3314WS Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
P3314WS Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
P3314WS Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
P3314WSA Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
P3314WSA Type 1 Gas Chain Saw

Products Compatibility

This item works with the following types of products:

  • • Chain Saw
  • • Saw
Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
26 of 26 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Ignition Module - 530039198
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Allen wrench, feeler gauge
Replaced bad ignition module
When installing the new module, put a .010" feeler gauge between the ignition module and the magnet on the flywheel. The magnet will hold everything in place so you can tighten the allen screws.
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21 of 21 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Ignition Module - 530039198
Assy Wire Harness - 530057943
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Nutdriver, star or torx screwdriver
Wouldn't start with ether.
Coil and harness are simple. All my wires were slightly damaged so I changed everything. It wouldn't start on ether and now it starts pretty good on fuel if my elbow is up to it. Used an old business card to set the coil gap. Less is best as long as it doesn't rub. (@ 0.010) The air filter and housing were only changed because the housing cover didn't stay on well. Spent some time with a tach setting the carb up and it really runs better than it ever did. I bought it as a $70 refurb at Home Depot and probably spent that fixing it after the fuel lines rotted out. It's a Poulan P4018WT. Guess you could say it runs better than when it was new. Spark gap is about 0.020. or .5MM (a mm = 0.040) These don't have a lot of ignition voltage so keep the gap close. It isn't your car. Do yourself a favor and buy the canned pre-mixed fuel. Ethanol will rot the lines out and destroy the carb. If you don't put a lot of hours on a saw it isn't worth finding the "real" gas and mixing it. Since Poulan won't give RPM limits I set it for 9k under load. It sounds about right.
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13 of 14 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Ignition Module - 530039198
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Socket set
No start, no spark
Tested for spark found none, ordered new ignition module. Removed cover, installed the new one just as the old one was attached and set gap between the flywheel and ignition module with a standard business card. Unit started right up.
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3 of 3 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Ignition Module - 530039198
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
, Torx
Ignition module
Remove outer shell.
Remove module
Replace module
Use feeler gauge for proper spacing. .014
Reassemble and start cutting.
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3 of 3 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Ignition Module - 530039198
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Allen wrench and business card to set the gap
Coil no good.
1. Removed the top section covering spark plug.
2. Removed the pull rope cover.
3. Disconnected wire from spark plug.
4. Disconnected spade wire(yellow) from the coil.
5. Using Allen wrench, removed the coil.
6. Removed tension clip holding the ground wire, yellow wire and spark plug wire.
7. Making sure the spark plug wire fits below ground wire and yellow wire, loosely attached new coil( if not, the spark plug wire is too short).
8. Used business card to make gap between coil and magneto, tightened coil screws
9. Spun magneto to check the ap.
10. Connected spark plug wire, installed top and side covers.
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Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Ignition Module - 530039198
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Bussiness calling card. Torx and allen bits
Module quit producing spark
1. Removed pull start cover.
2. removed the old module
3. installed new module with a business calling card placed between the module and the magnet for correct spacing.
4. replaced pull start cover
Works great. I bought one on Amazon, but was not the correct module. Save time and pay a little more to get the proper module here!
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Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Ignition Module - 530039198
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver
Replaced the ignition coil and spark plug
Popped the cover off.....unscrewed the old coil.....installed the new coil and plug. Fired up the chainsaw and went back to work.
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Discussion
Discussion for Ignition Module - ( 530039198 )
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Question: Ingnition Module

jakelabadie

what is the spec to set the ignition coil to the flywheel.
WJA
Hello jakelabadie,

The most popular way to set the gap between 530039198 Ignition Module and the 530047534 Flywheel Assembly. Is to use an ignition gapping gauge or a standard business card. Remember to rotate the flywheel until the magnets on the flywheel align with the contacts on the ignition coil. Then insert the gauge or business card between them, then secure the ignition.

-WJA
WJA
Question: Module- Ignition Coil

dejajay75

Hello dejajay75,

The 530039198 is the ignition coil for the Poulan 2025 chainsaw. It also is used on quite a few of their other gas engines.

Hope this helps,
WJA
Product Information
Manufacturer: Poulan, Jonsered
Product Number: 530039198
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.32 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
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