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mccullough 2014 chain saw. auto oiler does not work.

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mccullough 2014 chain saw. auto oiler does not work.

There were 4 model 2014 so you will need to check the model number exactly

 

11-600032-15 Eager Beaver 2014 06/93 to 05/96 IPL 211229

11-600032-19 Silver Eagle 2014-S 06/93 to 05/96 IPL 211229

11-600032-28 Eager Beaver 2014 06/93 to 05/96 IPL 211229

11-600032-71 Silver Eagle 2014 IPL 211229-01

 

After you find what parts they need, type the part numbers in here to see if they can be ordered.

 

http://www.ordertree.com/cms/order-now/9787.html

 

Customer: replied 6 years ago.
IT IS AN EAGER BEAVER BUT WHERE ON THE SAW WOULD I FIND A MORE DIFINITIVE MODEL NUMBER AS I HAVE NOT FOUND IT. HOW DO I CHECK OILER?

Any McCulloch chainsaw built before the year 2000 is going to be very difficult to find parts for. That is the year that McCulloch went out of business and threw all of the parts in the trash. The Name was sold to a Chinese company. The new saws can have some parts ordered for them but usually those saws are not worth putting a much more than a new spark plug in them if they do not work. They are not well made.

 

The only possibilities in your case are if you find parts on ebay or if you contact an old-time dealer such as http://www.oldmowerparts.com/

and ask them via email if they have a particular part in stock.

They do have some of the older McCulloch parts in stock.

Try to get the model number of the saw which is in many cases located inside the air filter box.

Sometimes you even have to take the air filter element out of it to find the numbers.

The part that is usually needed is the entire oil pump itself.

You got lucky this time as both of the eager beaver saws use the same oil pump.

And, I found one on ebay for you.

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-McCULLOCH-OIL-PUMP-301304-MC-9228-310106-3200-3516-/150471147377

 

Before you take the saw apart, check the oil hole in the bar and make sure that it is completely open. They like to get plugged with sawdust and will cause the oiler not to work.

 

 



Edited by James W on 8/6/2010 at 4:41 AM EST
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