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I doubt it, possibly, call them to verify but if so they won't be this affordable- Check this link out & this will handle all of your needs as far as adjusting the carburetor amongst other things on virtually all small engine! I couldn't find them locally so this is what I ordered & no regrets!

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You can try to buy it from a shop where are Poulan chain saw for sale but I am not sure they do.

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eBay. Walbro tools.
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Unless you are skilled enough to make your own, you are stuck taking the saw to a servicing dealer as they are the only ones allowed to possess the necessary 'D' head screwdriver. Give thanks to the EPA for mandating the prevention of mal-adjustment pollution.

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Yes...they have them on Ebay. Normally you won't be able to get one from a small engine repair place or dealer unless you're "in" with them. You can make using a 22 gauge-18 calibre electrical connector. (Quick disconnects-female) They need to be female spade terminals and you can stick um on the end of a screw driver and then push them down over the round-splined heads of the L and H adjusting needles on the carb. Probably have them at auto parts store....if not Radio Shack.

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Possible it's attached to your throttle body? Clean your throttle body while you're there, will get rid of rough idle.

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Ebay Link: http://tinyurl.com/3yuybuf
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