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wanted: ignition coil for poulan S 33

Discussion in 'Chainsaw Parts' started by lfryxell, Nov 14, 2019.

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    lfryxell New Member

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    I would like to find an ignition coil for a poulan S33. It seems like this would be a good place to try to find one. the saw is complete but has no spark. I think it would be fun to get it running. I've attached a picture of the saw.
    Let me know and thanks.
     

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    smokey7 jack of a lot ace of a few

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    That would have to be a point saw I would be willing to bet my testicles that it probably needs points more so than a coil but it may need a coil as well
     
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    I don't know a whole lot about these old saws. Can you replace the points easily? Are they available? or can you somehow refurbish the ones on it?
     
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    As long as the condenser is good yes Google cleaning points. Likely under the flywheel and under a cover under the fw
     

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