Forum Rules. Home Forums Reviews Articles Store. Homepage Today's Posts Search Register. Forgot your Password? Sign Up. Remember Me? Page 2 of 3 First 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Results 11 to 20 of It's a totally different machine!!! I see on your list of accessories that you bought a Kolpin gun boot.
Where did you mount in and what do you think of it? Reply With Quote. Re: Kawasaki Mule Upgrade Project lots of pics.
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Gives me a project for the spring. My father gave me a used Rice Farm Mule in really good shape, just idles poorly. I am going to turn it into a hunting vehicle and something my wife isn't embarrassed to ride in.
Originally Posted by Green Power. Nice project. Originally Posted by MazsterBlaster. Great project!
Do you have any knowledge if 12x7 wheels with 5. Also, how did the 10" wide tires look mounted on the 7" wide wheels? Really enjoyed your write up. Re: Kawasaki Mule Upgrade Project lots of pics Have you noticed any power loss with the 25" tires.
I noticed in your original post that you didn't think it was an issue, but wondered if you have noticed a difference after more use. Have you noticed any power loss with the 25" tires. Re: Kawasaki Mule Upgrade Project lots of pics I'm just starting a similar project on my Mule xc and would love to see the pictures but Photobucket says they are unavailable.You back off throttle and it stops but starts again after a minute or if you get on it.
The carburetor has been cleaned, we checked the spark plug, and then changed it. So my next idea would be to change coil and plug boot. Have not replaced rectifier yet so could also be that, maybe. It does put out vdc peak of power to coil, should be but I figured that was pretty close. So do you have any ideas? Wow, it sounds like the slew of tests you have performed were quite extensive. There is, however, one item that might have slipped your mind.
Heat makes things expand, right? When you start a cold engine everything is tight no matter if it is worn out of spec or not, but soon becomes hot and loose? So the very first thing I would check is the compression when the engine is warm.
If the engine heats up and the cylinder compression gets low due to worn rings, the engine will begin to show signs of trouble. If this is a carbureted version of the H. The timing of a machine is also crucial. If the timing is off or the valves are out of adjustment you can also get these same symptoms in similar circumstances. Story by Rick Sosebee. Get ATV.
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Consumers should check with recalling firms for further details. It is important to remember that CPSC and recalling firms urge consumers not to use recalled products. For more information, contact Kawasaki between 8 a. Kawasaki is contacting its customers directly. The vehicles are model year Kawasaki four-wheeled, off-highway utility vehicles with side-by-side seating for two people and automobile style controls.
Each model has a bench seat, a rollover protection structure and a cargo bed. The vehicles are available in the colors green, red, black and camouflage. The following models are being recalled:. The brand name appears on the sides and tailgate of the cargo bed and the model name appears on the sides of the front cowl.
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It came in a transformable and a cc, three-cylinder diesel engine version. The Mule Trans4x4 has a rear folding bench seat that allows for an extended cargo bed. The Kawasaki Mule features a cc, four-stroke, V-twin engine with overhead valves.
It uses a Mikuni BW26 carburetor and has an electronic ignition system. The liquid-cooled motor has a bore and stroke of mm by mm with a Its snorkel-type air filter has two-stage, cyclone-type replaceable elements. The Mule has a ladder-type frame with a tiltable cargo bed.
It has selectable four-wheel drive and an automatic transmission with high and low range with a reverse gear. It rides on DeDion rear leaf-spring suspension with front MacPherson struts. The Mule has four-wheel, sealed hydraulic drum brakes and rack and pinion steering. The Mule is It has a Its dry weight is 1, lbs. It carries lbs. Kawasaki Mule Specs by Phil Whitmer. Physical Dimensions The Mule is References Kawasaki: Mule Trans4X4.Discussion in ' Mechanic and Repair ' started by woodenspokeMay 11, Log in or Sign up.
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Messages: 7. After 24hrs rest the problem comes back again in minutes. I have changed the oil, oil filter, plugs, air filter and gas filter with no change. Being a non mechanic my only thoughts are gas line blockage or a carburetor problem, any ideas?
Messages: 2, My 17hp and a few others on here have the same problem.
Kawasaki MULE PRO-FX Owner's Manual
One guy fixed by putting a electric fuel pump on his. Another by replacing fuel lines. Speaking of this problem I think I will e-mail kawi's service dept. Messages: 11, Kawasaki states to check and adjust valves every hrs.
I performed the valve adjustment and found the customer had replaced the air filter with the wrong one as per the service bulletin below. So valve adjustment, new plugs and the proper air filter took care of the problem on that one.
The aftermarket company we were getting filters from stated theirs replaced both but I found they were wrong so watch out with aftermarket filters. Maybe this will help. RestrorobMay 11, Restorob: I checked the filter per your tech bulletin and I have the correct filter installed, Thanks for the heads up and the bulletin.Quick Links. Download this manual. Table of Contents. Kawasaki mule trans 4x4 utility vehicle owner's manual pages.
Page 3 Whenever you see the symbols shown below, heed their instructions! Always follow safe operat- ing and maintenance practices. Page 4 WARNING Engine exhaust, some of its constituents, and certain vehicle components contain or emit chemicals known to the State of Cali- fornia to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Page 5 We want you to be satisfied with your new Passenger s should also be tall enough for the Kawasaki vehicle, so drive carefully, safely, and ex- seat belt to fit properly and to be able to brace them- ercise good judgement.
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Practice basic maneuvers selves, as necessary, by placing both feet firmly on so you can drive confidently and safely. Page 6 Wearing Seat Belts Refueling Both the operator and passenger s should al- Before refueling the vehicle, shut the engine off ways wear their seat belts properly. Seat belts and make sure the area is well ventilated and free cannot completely protect you in every accident, of any source of flame or sparks.
Page 8 You should keep a maintenance record for your vehicle. To assist you in keeping this record, we have pro- vided space at the end of this manual where an authorized Kawasaki dealer, or someone equally competent, can record the maintenance. You should also retain copies of maintenance work orders, bills, etc. Loading Cargo Bed Glove Compartment Front Access Cover Ignition Switch Multifunction Meter Joint Boots Seat Belts Overall Width 1 mm Compression Ratio 9.
They are the only means of identifying your particular machine from others of the same model type. These serial numbers may be needed by your dealer when ordering parts. Coolant Reserve Tank 2.How to clean your fuel injectors on a ATV
Headlights SnakeWrangler 51, BOBO the Clown 47, RKHarm24 44, NORML as can be 42, Most Online 19, Feb 5th, Print Thread. Joined: Feb Vanderpool, TX. Have a hardy Kawasaki Mule Trans 4x4. Usually runs great. It has started having a new issue and I am beyond tired of trying to figure it out. If anyone has had this problem any advice would be great. Starts up, idles fine, works fine in neutral.
When you put it into gear it will either run fine for a few minutes or right away has no power. I mean barely wants to go. If it does start out fine, it will just all of a sudden drop power and start to drop speed, then crawl. Once again, you put it in neutral and it is fine. Did this a few times on me before, but has been terrible since I drove through some flooding on the ranch. Have changed the spark plugs, checked the fuel lines, tank,etc. Checked the air filters added fuel cleaner.
Cleaned the spark arrester i guess didnt seem like it did much. Removed the drain plug and unclogged the drain on torque converter. Is there something I am missing? Could this be an issue with belt or pulley in the cvt?? Joined: Oct The Island Cres. Just a guess but, I've seen a Polaris do the same thing.
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Does it think it's in reverse or neutral? Originally Posted By: Chunky Monkey. Joined: Dec SW Arkansas. I know there are gas units out there with lots of hours on them that have given no fuel issues but I had a gas that I was very happy with until it started giving me trouble after about hours and I never did get it to stay right for over maybe hours before it would screw up again, pretty much just like you describe.
I would clean and lube the throttle body, change out the pump, drain the gas, etc. Never did get it right and spent a lot of time and money trying. Unreliable is unacceptable so I got rid of it and went to a diesel for my bird hunting rig.
Hate to be a bearer of bad news but sure hope you will have better luck with the gas than I did. It is located in Vanderpool, TX.